Russell Vick

Russell Vick

Writer

Russell Vick is an alumnus from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary where he graduated with degrees in Biblical Languages and New Testament Studies. He fell in love with the Anglican way at All Saints Anglican Cathedral in Amesbury, MA. He is currently the curate at Incarnation Anglican Church in South Arlington, VA, where he is undergoing the discernment process for holy orders.

From One Jesus Revolution to Another: An Anglican Journey

Posted on January 26, 2024
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The Faith Once Delivered to Me I grew up in a church affiliated with Calvary Chapel, a denomination that directly originated from the Jesus Movement. The Jesus Movement was a revival that spread throughout the world during the sixties and seventies, and it had a particularly strong influence among the counter-cultural youth on the West…

I Throw Me At His Feet: A Reading of George Herbert’s “The Priesthood”

Posted on March 4, 2023
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As I discern my own vocation, George Herbert’s poem, The Priesthood, has helped me to understand the sacrament of ordination. Sacraments of the Church The catechism of the ACNA describes five different rites and institutions as “sacraments of the church” (see To Be A Christian, #124). These differ from the sacraments of Baptism and Holy…