Dynamic Downtown Worship in the Anglican Tradition

Sermons by The Rector

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Stop Fighting God

Hannah Learns That Gentleness Means, “Stop Fighting God” On Sunday, we look at Mother’s Day through the lens of Hannah from 1 Samuel. It’s an amazing story that details the power of the fruit of the spirit of true gentleness with a firm center. I am defining gentleness through the phrase… “STOP FIGHTING GOD,” something…

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Do You Need Jesus

As your Rector and Shepherd, I can’t emphasize enough how critical Palm Sunday and Holy Week are both to our spiritual lives and to our understanding of Jesus. I urge you therefore, whatever you have planned that would take you away from worship on Palm Sunday and Holy Week, reschedule it! I promise you will…

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Can We Be Good Without God ?

Love, Joy, Peace, Patience, Kindness….Goodness Here we are on the 6th fruit of the Holy Spirit: Goodness. For some the word goodness conjures up such images as the Church Lady from Saturday Night Live; the living symbol of the hypocritical and judgemental but “good” Christian person. It might bring to mind the image of the…

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The Call To Followship

We often talk about fellowship, we rarely talk about followship. When we look at Matthew 4, we find one phrase repeated three times in six verses, and that phrase is follow-me, or followship. There are many great leaders, but practicing followship isn’t all that easy! Today we will highlight Andrew. Andrew lived as a follower…

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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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