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Fr. Jonathan reminds us that, like Elisha, we have been given a mission. We are called to participate in God’s own work of reconciling the world to himself through Jesus.
Sermons from the summer, exploring topics from our Rector and the church calendar.
Fr. Paul examines the story of Jonah—a prophet who does almost everything wrong, yet he is a template for our own story: called to mission and chosen for love.
Sermons from Lent, exploring topics from our Rector and the church calendar.
Fr. Paul Donison explains the remarkable hospitality of Ananias, who cared for the murderous Saul as a brother, and invites us to practice the same supernatural forgiveness and healing toward one another.
Sermons from the season of Epiphany, exploring topics from our Rector and the church calendar.
Fr. Paul continues in his series “Into Mission” by teaching that mission emerges because of Word and Sacrament. Believers should not need prodding into mission, only hearts that commune with Jesus.
"What does it mean to be drawn closer to Jesus?" The Very Rev. Canon Paul Donison reveals Jesus' enormous and far-reaching power to draw us to Himself—a process that churns up conflict as it transforms us unto great joy.
Fr. Paul concludes his series on the book of Jonah with a call to find comfort and inspiration in Jonah’s story, which is not unlike ours—a comedic mess.
Fr. Paul sets the proper context for our prayers for healing: Pray for Christ to be near. Where Christ is, there is also healing.
Fr. Paul begins Holy Week with the passion reading from the book of Mark, and invites us to read ourselves into the story of Jesus’ betrayal, suffering, and crucifixion. We will find in ourselves some of Peter, some of Judas, and some of Pilate.
Father Paul urges us to take a posture of worship—to fix our eyes on the Lord—when we face life’s obstacles. Here we will find the Lord’s power and provision.
The Rev. Bryan Biba explores the meaning of Holy Lent, a season for the preparation and renewal of our Baptism. Citing examples of faith from the early church, Fr. Bryan encourages us to embrace a view of Lent not as mere moral improvement, but one of participation in the life and death of Christ.