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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.
Sermons from Lent, exploring topics from our Rector and the church calendar.
Fr. Paul sets the proper context for our prayers for healing: Pray for Christ to be near. Where Christ is, there is also healing.
Sermons from the summer, exploring topics from our Rector and the church calendar.
The Father’s Promises. Fr. Paul closed his “Into Mission” series with a reality check—God’s mission is too big for us when we do not trust in God’s promises. Even so, God keeps his promises, seen in the wounded hands of the resurrected Christ
Fr. Bryan offers a word of hope for the anxious and fearful. In Jesus Christ there is rest and freedom from the trap of our restless, overworked culture.
"How does God convert a person to faith?" In this series on the conversion of Saul of Tarsus, Fr. Paul Donison explores how, at the heart of every conversion, we find the mercy of God.
Sermons from the season of Epiphany, exploring topics from our Rector and the church calendar.
Fr. Paul teaches that strength and courage in the midst of trials are grown in worship, where we see the fullness of our Heavenly Father—our refuge.
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.
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.
Burning Hearts & Broken Bread: Fr. Paul teaches that only a burning heart for the Gospel will tell the world about Jesus. “A burning heart moves feet into mission.”