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Topic: Easter

  • 16 May 2021

    Topic: Ascension , Easter , Power

    Book: Acts

    Today we celebrate Christ’s Ascension into Heaven. This final miracle of His earthly ministry offered a glimpse of Jesus’ power and majesty. How great is Jesus’ power, and what does it mean for our life and ministry here and now?

  • 9 May 2021

    Topic: Easter , Joy

    Book: 1 John

    Sermon given by the Rev. Mark R. Galloway (Bishop-retired) on 5/9/2021 (6 Easter). Most of us have plenty to be joyful for. So why aren’t we happy? Christians indeed must be joyful, for having received the gift of eternal life. Listen as the Rev. Galloway unpacks Psalm 33.

  • 2 May 2021

    Sermon given by the Rev. Nathan Stomberg on 5/2/2021 (5 Easter). We’re always told the secret to love and happiness is to “follow your heart.” But what if there was a better way? The Rector discusses the true nature of God’s love for us, agape love – love that is self-sacrificing.

  • 25 April 2021

    The shepherds who lead God’s people have the sober responsibility to care for and protect the flock. So what are we to make of those who lead the flock astray? The Rev. Galloway discusses the Church’s great need for true, good shepherds, who are obedient to the one True Shepherd.

  • 18 April 2021

    When we choose to walk in the light, and not in darkness, we experience deeper fellowship with God and each other. And even in the smallest choices of daily life, we must decide between living in the Truth, or living in darkness. In Christ, we are assured that a Light will always shine in the darkness, and the darkness will not overcome it.

  • 11 April 2021

    The Second Sunday of Easter closes out Easter Week, which is observed over eight days (an octave), and it places great emphasis on forgiveness. The Rev. Galloway explains the incredible forgiveness and mercy we receive through Christ Jesus.

  • 3 April 2021

    Christ’s Death and Resurrection secured salvation for all God’s people throughout all time and history. Anyone who puts his or her faith in Christ will too be saved. Christ is risen. The Lord is risen indeed! Alleluia!