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"I want to be more consistently grateful." Fr. Paul shares the gospel of gratitude in Luke's story of the 10 healed lepers. Luke 17:11-19
Sermons from All Saints, exploring topics from our Rector and the church calendar.
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"What does it mean to be the church in a divided culture?" The Rev. Bryan Biba speaks to the power of Jesus' commandment to love God and neighbor. It equips us as His witnesses.
Fr. Paul encourages us to dream big—to wildly give yourself to those dreams—about the Kingdom of God. “Easter helps us dream...embrace the dream.”
Sermons from Easter, exploring topics from our Rector and the church calendar.
Fr. Paul explains that capability, calling, and godly character are the real traits of a person fully alive in Christ; made possible only by Pentecost, the living breath of our Lord.
Sermons from Ordinary Season, exploring topics from our Rector and the church calendar.
The Rev. Creighton Friedrich examines our Lord's most important prayer on our behalf: the high priestly prayer of John 17, an invitation to share in Jesus' unity, glory, and love.
Sermons from the season of Epiphany, exploring topics from our Rector and the church calendar.
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.
Fr. Aaron reminds us that ministry is not done alone. It takes the church, passionately partnering together, to succeed in reaching the lost.
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.