Dynamic Downtown Worship in the Anglican Tradition

Sermons by The Rev. Alfred T. K. Zadig Jr

Part 3: How Miracles Change our Life

Have you ever thought of the fact that miracles can actually change your life?  On Easter evening, the Disciples are overwhelmed by not one, but 5 powerful miracles and would forever be changed. Today, two questions, how do miracles change our lives and what is the chief obstacle that can prevent miracles in our lives? …

Don’t Give Up, Hold It Up

This sermon was given on Easter Sunday, April 4, 2021. Going Deeper with St. Michael’s Church: We are so glad you’re here!  Today is part of a 3 part Easter series on Miracles.  Please complete the journey with us this Wednesday and next Sunday to see how miracles can change our lives.  But remember, Easter is…

The Secret to Life is…

As we approach the end of Lent, John 12 reveals the secret to life.  Today we unveil that secret, a secret that has deep implications for the way we live.  It’s a secret we have to recommit to each moment of each day, symbolized by these two statues, stay tuned. This sermon was given on…

Consumerism, Covenant, Conquest

Last week on the first Sunday of Lent, we took you to the attic of your soul to take inventory, and begin a cleaning process.  Today let’s go deeper in that attic and look deeply into the chamber of Mark 17 (one of the most challenging passages of Jesus Christ).  Jesus in Mark 17 is…

Lent: Attic Time

On this first Sunday of Lent, please go with me to your attic.  Is it a scary place?  A place neglected?  The attic is a great metaphor for the human heart.  What’s in there that needs to be removed?  What needs to be dealt with to make room?  Or even more, how can that old…

God Off Mute

One of the most often repeated phrases in this Covid era Zoom world we are living in is:  ‘You’re muted!  Take yourself off mute!’  How many times have you said that to another and or how many times have others said that to you?  As we come to the final Sunday in Advent before Christmas,…

Stainless, Blameless, Peace-Filled

We never know when our last day on earth will be, in fact one of the great blessings of Advent is that it forces us to “slow down” and assess the lives we are leading.  Am I living the life Jesus has called me to live?  As we continue our trek through Advent into the manger scene, today…

Jesus as King and King in Our Lives

Can you believe this is the last Sunday before Advent begins?  Advent is that ‘4’ week season of the year where we focus on preparing for the birth of Christ in the world and in our hearts.  So, traditionally as Anglicans today we celebrate this Sunday as Christ the King Sunday, acknowledging the Kingship of…

The Treasure of Your Heart Produces Generosity

This sermon was given on Sunday, October 25, 2020. Did you know your highest treasure produces generosity?  For example, If your heart’s treasure is golf, you will give generously to golf.  If hunting, you will give generously to that hobby.  Our highest treasure produces generosity!  If Jesus is your highest treasure, you will crave and…