Dynamic Downtown Worship in the Anglican Tradition

Pentecost

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Living with an Anchor

It seems every day over the last 2 weeks there has been an international terror strike in one form or another. From the deadly attack in Manchester England, to the London Bridge, to the French Cathedral of Notre Dame. Yet how can we respond differently from the world? In Christianity we have what no other…

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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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When the Sky Falls

Sermon on Sunday When the Sky Falls One of the greatest challenges to faith is the reality of evil. How can an all-powerful God who is also completely good and loving allow evil to exist and devastate so many lives? Today, as we remember the evil that was manifest at the Twin Towers fifteen years…

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Knowing Your Place

When Jesus noticed how the guests chose the places of honor, he told them a parable. We live in a world of constant evaluation. The value of something is measured beside a fixed principle or standard or a set of expectations of some kind. In this world the question “who am I and what is…

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Un-privatizing the Gospel

Too often we have adopted the culture’s premise that religion is a private matter that doesn’t belong in the public square. The threats of radicalism and the nuisance of fundamentalism only further this idea. But true religion is always outwardly focused. It turns up to God and then out toward others. We have heard in…

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Setting Fire To The Earth

‘I came to cast fire on the earth.’ Yikes! What does Jesus mean by this? It sounds like he has more in mind for this fire than just birthday candles or roasting marshmallows. For he then continues ‘Do you think I have come to give peace on earth? No I tell you, but rather division.’…

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