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"I want more joy in my life." Fr. Paul invites us to look to the shepherds and discover the deeper joy in Jesus's birth. We, too, are unworthy of God's love and yet we are welcome to go and see the gift of God's love.
Sermon delivered on Sunday, December 24, 2017.
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We are called to be wise, but not judge. Fr. Paul examines
how judging others is hazardous and hypocritical. Instead, we must be
humiliated with Christ and show forth His compassion, mercy, and grace.
Sermons from Easter, exploring topics from our Rector and the church calendar.
Fr. Paul explains that after Jesus arose from the dead and appeared to His disciples, He showed them His wounds and they received His peace as He breathed the Holy Spirit on them. We, too, share in His peace and His power.
Fr. Paul Donison invites us to
let Jesus speak into our lives and see what He reveals, because when we listen
to His voice, all things are possible. We may see a miracle.
Fr. Paul explains that faith and doubt are not enemies. Even so, the Christian faith offers a coherent and compelling vision for life based on the evidence of Jesus' birth and resurrection. Our faith rises and falls on the fact of Christ's life. Delivered on Sunday, August 20, 2017.
Sermons from the fall, exploring topics from our Rector and the church calendar.
"Who do you say Jesus is?" The Most Rev. Dr. Foley Beach invites us to reflect on whether we have relegated our faith to the back seat, or whether we have let Christ take the drivers’ seat
The Rev. Canon Paul Donison tells us that Biblical hospitality is radical hospitality. Everyone is welcomed into Christ because of the cross; we are all brothers and sisters united in Christ.
Sermons from Epiphany, exploring topics from our Rector and the church calendar.
The Rev. Canon Paul Donison exhorts us to embrace Jesus' radical mandate to go on mission with the Gospel. We are His witnesses to a world in need of repentance and forgiveness of sins.
Dr. Erika Moore examines the
conversation between Christ and His disciples on the Road to Emmaus, wherein
Jesus grounds their faith on the Old Testament scriptures and breaks bread to
show them that He is in their midst.
Fr. Paul shows us a unforgettable image of God's radical
provision: He provides Abraham a sacrifice, sparing Isaac's life. So, too,
we are spared by the gift of God's own Son. We only need to share Abraham's
faith in God to provide.
Sermons from Lent, exploring topics from our Rector and the church calendar.