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A candlelit service of music and prayers, based on the liturgy used for centuries by monastic communities to end the day. It is both ancient and contemporary, with chant and newly-composed music sung by members of the Trinity Choir. =
 
We make it our goal to provide biblically rooted, Gospel-oriented messages that make contact with the 'rag and bone shop of the heart' (Yeats). It is also our attempt to proclaim God's two 'words' from Scripture -- the first 'word' is Law (which unveils to us God's glittering righteousness and disturbingly exhumes the vexed human condition) and the second word is 'Gospel' (which is a message of unadulterated and unnuanced acquittal, forgiveness, and belonging through the grace of Jesus Chris ...
 
Holy Trinity Church is an Anglican church founded by Pastor Todd Hunter, located in Orange County, California. We are deeply interested in Jesus Christ, the church, and the world around us. We admit that our services are a bit eclectic: a combination of biblical teaching, openness to things of the Spirit in worship and prayer, and Anglican liturgy. We are apprentices of Jesus, learning how to do what he did, live as he lived, for the sake of others. If you find yourself in Orange County, we ...
 
This podcast features sermons, teachings, and commentaries from the Anglican Church of the Good Shepherd in Binghamton, New York. Good Shepherd is a congregation committed to following the Lord Jesus Christ and sharing the Good News of his Life, Death, and Resurrection, through the study, exposition, proclamation and application of His Word, the Bible by which we learn to trust Christ in all things while the Holy Spirit equips us to serve him in the church and in the community. For more info ...
 
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This sixth Homily was written by Edmund Bonner. Bonner was a conservative opponent of Thomas Cranmer, but nevertheless his Homily has an important place within the book. As you listen consider the question: How is Bonners view of love different to that of 21st century Christians? Scriptures referenced (in order): Matt. 22:37; 5:43-47; John 5:30; Ma…
 
Christ Taking Leave of the Apostles by Duccio (1308-1311) Epiphany 2B 2021 Rev. Doug Floyd 1 Samuel 3:1–21, Psalm 63, 1 Corinthians 1:6-9, John 1:43–51 Jesus tells Philip, “Follow me,” and he follows. He even finds Nathaniel and invites him to follow as well. Today we are pausing over the call of Jesus Christ to each of us, “Follow me.” We begin li…
 
For many of us, finding Jesus is crucial to our understanding of our faith. But in our text from John 1, we are reminded that it all starts with God knowing and calling us to “Come and see” through his people. It is Jesus who finds us and brings us to himself as the one who unites heaven and earth. Image: Biblical illustrations by Jim Padgett, cour…
 
Lauren’s and my little family have almost no new stories. Mostly just the same old rhubarbs that have kept us laughing, crying, and sometimes wincing for years. This isn’t (I hope!) because we’re boring or unimaginative. It’s actually important, because our stories situate us and help remind us of who we are. This is, in part, why I believe C. S. L…
 
Sermon & Small Group Resources This is the third sermon in our series on God’s Story. This sermon is ‘Redemption’. Preacher: The Rev’d Michael Calder. Bible Reading: Mark 14:12-26 Download the Small Group Questions, Going Deeper, and Sermon Transcript (PDF). Next Steps this Week BIBLE READING: Mark 14:12-26 On the first day of the Festival of Unlea…
 
The following sermon was preached at the services of Helensburgh and Stanwell Park Anglican Church on Sunday 17th January 2021 by Steve Carlisle. The sermon outline was as follows:** Intro** What Gentleness Is** What Gentleness Is Not** Pursuing Gentleness** Grace Fueled Gentleness** ConclusionsBy Helensburgh & Stanwell Park Anglican
 
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