Dynamic Downtown Worship in the Anglican Tradition

Sermons on Exodus

Don’t Give Up – Look UP

  Can you imagine being Moses?  You just led 600,000 Jews out of Egypt through the biggest miracle ever seen…yes, your people are delivered!  But unbelievably, these same ‘rescued’ people want your head because they can’t find water.  Let the whining begin! Moses has had it! Martha in a similar way is despairing over the…

Why the Red Door

There are certain traditions in life with profound meaning, that if we’re not careful can become empty and meaningless over time.  Two quick examples…the tradition of churches with red doors, and that one word: Passover. If we don’t engage the deeper meaning of these two traditions, we will never understand Jesus and the miracle of…

Weeping with Rachel

After the wise men leave Bethlehem, we come to one of the most tragic episodes in scripture, Herod’s massacre of the children. It is an unthinkable scene, one we might want to skip over, and yet it shapes our Lord’s early years in a dramatic way, driving the holy family into Egypt. Furthermore, it also…

God’s Call

Join us this Sunday to hear how God reveals His name, His promises, and His purposes to Moses at the burning bush.  We’ll even see the angel of the LORD acting and speaking in a manner that suggests he is more than simply an angel or messenger.  Could this be the pre-incarnate Jesus? See how…