February 23, 2018 (Mark 15). Fr. Shobe asks if we allow Jesus to challenge our instrumental notions of truth. Listen to the sermon
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February 18, 2017 (St. Mark 1:9–13). None of us choose the wilderness. We have to be driven there. Listen to the sermon
February 4, 2015 (2 Kings 4:18-21,32-37; 1 Corinthians 9:16-23; St. Mark 1:29-39) Why? Three answers: faith, hope, and love. Listen to the sermon
January 28, 2018 (St. Mark 1:14–20) : Authority as a concept isn’t necessarily bad, but most, if not all, of us, have a default reaction to reject or challenge authority. Fr. Andy talk us through Mark 1:21-28 where we come face to face with the authority of Jesus and need to decide how we are going […]
January 21, 2018 (St. Mark 1:14–20) Jesus invites us to “believe the Gospel,” not because we don’t believe in anything, but because we believe all the wrong things. Listen to the sermon
January 7, 2018 (St. Mark 1:7-11) The foundation of spiritual growth must be the insight and experience of Jesus at his baptism: a Father who calls us beloved. Listen to the sermon
Christmas Eve: Dec. 25, 2017 (St. Luke 2:1–20) We’re prone to think of top-down regime change as the most potent way to make an impact. Yet when the Word became flesh, he began a bottom-up revolution. Listen to the sermon
December 15 (1 Thessalonians 5:16-24) In I Thessalonians, St. Paul encourages Christians to “rejoice always.” Often that seems inappropriate or impossible. What might St. Paul have meant? How might a Christian “rejoice always” — even in challenging circumstances? Listen to the sermon
We’ve published a recording of the wonderful concert before the Lessons and Carols service played by violinist Catherine Price Allain and harpist Karen Thomas. Lessons and Carols Prelude Concert
Advent 2: Dec. 10, 2017 (St. Mark 1: 1–8) John the Baptist challenge is for everyone—tax collectors, sinners, and “pretty good people” to let go of pride, superiority, and self righteousness and join him at the lowest place. Listen to the sermon
December 3, 2017 (Mark 13:24-37) Beginning the church year with Advent and calls to watch and wait seems strange. Fr. Andy guides us to consider the expectant hope of Christ’s return that makes this a great time for a new beginning. Listen to the sermon
November 19, 2017 (Mt 25:14-30) The parable of the talents challenges us to consider the fundamental way we see the universe and dares us to trust in God’s goodness. Listen to the sermon
Read the Daily Office online via the ESV website. You can bookmark the link and return each day for the psalms and readings appointed.
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