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Fr. Bryan explains that as the world asks what we should do with our bodies, Christians should look forward to God restoring us from the crippling effects of sin—sickness and brokenness.
Sermons from the summer, exploring topics from our Rector and the church calendar.
Fr. Paul asks us to take a deep look at our own mortality—to think about the final judgement. It is here we see the Gospel on full display.
Continuing his Living the Resurrection series, Fr. Paul Donison advances the idea that we ought to pursue our kingdom dreams now. “Easter addresses those things that crush our dreams; it enables us to begin working in those dreams—even in this life now.”
Sermons from Easter, exploring topics from our Rector and the church calendar.
Fr. Paul explains how Jonah’s prayer in the belly of the fish gives courage for mission and proclaims the coming Resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Sermons from Lent, exploring topics from our Rector and the church calendar.
The Rt. Rev. Neil Lebhar explains that weak faith in Christ prevents us from knowing God's presence and care for the lost, lonely, and broken. But we are called to be a faithful witness to all persons, proclaiming Christ, the only real hope.
Fr. Paul teaches that generosity with our words, time, and resources is the only faithful response to a generous God. It is generosity, poured out in love, that will change the world.
Fr. Paul continues his Lenten journey through Jonah explaining how repentance is at the heart of the gospel proclamation and what it looks like to receive this grace in our daily lives.
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.
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"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 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.