Dynamic Downtown Worship in the Anglican Tradition

Sermons on Luke

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Gospel Community Produced Mission

Sunday is a good news day. Why? We are resurrection people! Every Sunday is Easter Sunday, proclaiming the depths of the love of Jesus. It’s also a good news day because Sunday we’re going to plunge into Luke 14 and find something that I guarantee will change the way you look at your neighbor, your…

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Gospel Community Produces Hope

This is a Holy City Connects week and each group all around the lowcountry will be looking at the astounding statement that ‘True Gospel Community Produces Hope.’ 2 Kings 4 and Luke 9 reveal that God is the hope-giver. Studying these Scriptures together not only brings hope that comes from Jesus, but we will also…

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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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Christmas Eve Go Tell It on the Mountain

We hope you leave these services not just with the beauty of the music and sanctuary, but with the deepest, and most profound JOY you could ever imagine. This kind of JOY doesn’t depend on circumstances or situations, but only comes when Jesus is birthed into our hearts. Some of you might remember the birth…

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