Dynamic Downtown Worship in the Anglican Tradition

Sermons by The Rector (Page 2)

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Show Me a Sign, Lord

How many of us have ever uttered those words? Perhaps you face a major decision in your life and need to know which way to turn, or even find yourself interceding for another and again, looking for a sign on their behalf. As we continue our Advent journey in the book of Isaiah, we realize…

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Walking and Living as Children of God

8:00 am, 10:30 am, & 6:00 pm Sermon Imitating Jesus on the Four Corners: Walking and Living as Children of God CTCT-20160923_052906_1 On this All Saints’ Sunday and with the Presidential election coming up in 3 days, and the trials of Michael Slager and Dylann Roof underway across the street, there is no greater need…

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The Living Tide Commerical

8:00 am, 10:30 am, & 6:00 pm Sermon The Living Tide Commercial CTCT-20160923_052906_1 Quick quiz. What is the most Biblically minded city in America? By contrast, which city in America is least Biblically minded? The answers will come in today’s sermon. These are critical questions because they remind us that when Christians live out their…

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You Are Heard by God for a Purpose

8:00 am, 10:30 am, & 6:00 pm Sermon You Are Heard by God for a Purpose CTCT-20160923_052906_1 This Sunday, we pray for those still recovering from Hurricane Matthew, from Haiti to the Northeastern United States, and for those those who lost lives and livelihoods. As we continue our autumn walk through the beautiful pages of…

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Lay it Down

The Word Sabbath means different things to different people, but the one thing it is not is vacation! Sabbath means laying life down as we know it, so that Jesus can pick it up and transform it! Today’s question, what do you need to lay down today? A worry? An anxiety? A relationship? Jesus is…

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