24 April 2022
Who is Jesus? The answer to this question is central to our Christian faith. Listen as the Rector discusses how we understand Jesus’ identity, as laid out by the early Church Fathers at the Council of Chalcedon.
3 April 2022
Topic: Common Prayer Book , Lent , Lessons , Prayer
We only recite the Long Exhortation as a congregation a couple of times over the course of the year, typically only during the season of Lent. Long though it may be (as the name implies), this beautiful prayer is packed with theology and teaches us much about how we should approach worship.
27 March 2022
Speaker: The Rev. Mark Galloway
Topic: Discipline , Joy , Lent , Lessons
While it may seem counterintuitive, there is great joy to be found in the disciplines of Lent. Listen as the Bishop-retired explains the meaning of Lenten joy.
20 March 2022
Topic: Annunciation , Lent , Lessons , Virgin Mary
The Annunciation of our Lord to the Virgin Mary is an iconic moment in the Gospel narrative. And yet, it is an account that is frequently overlooked in Evangelical circles. Listen as the Rector explains all there is to be learned, Biblically and traditionally, from the Annunciation account.
13 March 2022
The Church calls us to “prayer, fasting, and almsgiving” in observance of a Holy Lent. Listen as the Bishop-retired explains what each of these three disciplines means, and what each looks like in the Christian life.
27 February 2022
Topic: Epiphany , Holiness , Lessons , Transfiguration
In Luke 9:28-36, we read an account of Christ’s Transfiguration, a revealing of His perfect holiness on earth. But what really is God’s holiness, and what does it mean for how we should worship Him?
6 February 2022
Topic: Baptism , Epiphany , Lessons , Presentation
In Luke 2:22-40, we receive the account of the infant Jesus presented at the temple by Joseph and Mary. While we may quickly read past this short account, there is actually a tremendous amount to be learned here.
23 January 2022
Topic: Eucharist , Holy Communion , Lessons
Lesson given by the Rev. Nathan Stomberg on 3 Epiphany (1/23/2022). We at Holy Communion Anglican Church observe the Holy Eucharist every week. But what exactly is the Eucharist, and what does it mean for us in the Anglican tradition?
9 January 2022
Is Baptism just a symbol, or is there more to it? Listen as the Rev. Nathan Stomberg explains the Sacrament of Baptism from an Anglican perspective.