Dynamic Downtown Worship in the Anglican Tradition

Sermons on Acts

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Saying “Grace”

Awkward! Have you ever experienced a moment of supreme discomfort when a friend or family member did something that made you cringe? Where you wanted to shrink into the woodwork? Imagine God himself being involved in something ‘cringeworthy.’ In our gospel reading, this is precisely what happens as Jesus tolerates ‘inappropriate’ attentions. Sunday we will…

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Water, Fire and the Spirit

Sunday, Pentecost, we celebrate the outpouring of the Holy Spirit. It is a day of spiritual fireworks and supernatural phenomena, a day of mighty winds and miraculous tongues. And yet, amidst all of the fireworks, it is also a day when, according to Jesus, the thirsty would be filled with living waters. This Sunday, discover…

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Graduation, Millenials, and the 360 Degree Leader

Sunday is another of those milestone days for many graduates across the lowcountry. The question always on my mind is, have we prepared our high school seniors “spiritually” as well as academically for the world they are about to face? This Sunday we will look at the unique generation we call the millennials through the…

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Truth What Is It, Who Is It

Charleston native and TV personality Stephen Colbert is said to have coined the word “truthiness” on his show the night of October 17, 2005. The word is said to mean “claiming to be true, irrespective of facts or reality. This concept is consistent with the views of many contemporary writers and, indeed, many of our…

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A Plunge in the Depths

Sermon on Sunday A Plunge in the Depths Baptism. Most of us reading this have either been baptized or seen a baptism. Christian baptism is something different from the baptism which Jesus experienced, yet his baptism and ours have a couple of remarkable parallels. But the very fact of Jesus presenting himself to John for…

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