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Founded in 1858, St. John's Episcopal Church of Detroit is a traditional, Anglican parish, which uses for worship the 1928 Book of Common Prayer and The Hymnal 1940. Sermons available here are typically from the primary Sunday morning service which is held each week at 10:00 AM, however, additional sermons from special services (e.g. Evensong, Christmas Eve, Corpus Christi) may also be made available. Proclaiming the Changeless Truth: Jesus Christ is Lord!
 
Sermons and other recordings from St. Mary's Episcopal Church has been in downtown Eugene for over 150 years to worship, serve, and grow in faith. Guided by the teachings and life of Jesus Christ, we value community, inclusiveness, compassion, our living tradition, health, and collaborative leadership. All are welcome at St. Mary's, no matter what age, ethnicity or race, gender identity, sexual orientation or economic and social circumstances.
 
All Saints’ Episcopal Church, Atlanta is a vibrant, progressive community that welcomes all – wherever they may be on their spiritual journey. We are called to know, to love, and to serve God and our neighbors. In all that we do, we honor All Saints’ abiding commitment for justice and peace for all people in Atlanta and across the world. Visit us online at https://allsaintsatlanta.org
 
Saint Stephen’s is a beacon for the proclamation of the Gospel of Jesus Christ and for the building of community all the while focusing its sights continuously on the needs of those outside her open doors and windows. Saint Stephen’s looks forward to taking on the challenges of a new world with the fresh old message of Jesus Christ crucified and Jesus Christ resurrected. We hope you will join us in this call to mission to proclaim the Gospel, help those in need, and build a strong Christian ...
 
Father Tom Reeves is the pastor of St. Matthew's Episcopal Church in Bloomington, IL, and the author of "Was Jesus an Evangelical: Some Thoughts about the American Church and the Kingdom of God" released by eLectio Publishing (a small traditional publisher) in September 2017. https://credo-life.weebly.com/publications.html He also manages and posts on the "The Creedo-life Blogspot". https://credo-life.blogspot.com/
 
Topic: Daily morning prayers following the Episcopal Church’s Daily Office, with readings from the New Testament and Gospels. Additionally, we pray the complete Psalter over a 60 day period. Author: The Rev'd Sanford A. Key is an Episcopal Priest with over twenty years of parish and campus ministry experience. Music: Dr. Chris Shepard is a pianist and conductor. He currently serves as the director of several choirs including the Director of Music at St John’s Episcopal Church in Stamford, CT ...
 
Sunday Sermons from San Francisco's Grace Cathedral, home to a community where the best of Episcopal tradition courageously embraces innovation and open-minded conversation. At Grace Cathedral, inclusion is expected and people of all faiths are welcomed. The cathedral itself, a renowned San Francisco landmark, serves as a magnet where diverse people gather to worship, celebrate, seek solace, converse and learn.
 
Episcopal Priest Kyle Martindale tackles various topics, from religion and theology to pop culture. In the first few minutes, he takes a crack at explaining the topic for the episode and sometimes submitted questions before bringing in someone who is much more knowledgeable on the subject. With his signature blend of comedy and seriousness, Episcopal Priest Explains becomes an approachable entry point into sometimes difficult subjects.
 
AnglicanTV Ministries, Inc is a "501c3" non-profit organization, incorporated on February 5, 2008. AnglicanTV started as a personal ministry of Kevin Kallsen. Then, toward the end of 2007, Kevin sought out like-minded individuals and formed a Board of Directors, which eventually lead to incorporation and non-profit status. The Mission of AnglicanTV Ministries is, "To provide news and commentary important to the 77 million Anglican Christians worldwide; to educate and train church laypersons ...
 
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" We readily talk about who is the greatest. We want to know them or name them. Our culture is attuned to that, to power and influence, to excelling. There's nothing inherently wrong with wanting to do our best, to encourage others, to excel, to use the gifts that we have. But in Bible study, the conversation immediately hit on the sports world and…
 
All Saints’ Episcopal Church, Atlanta is a vibrant, progressive community that welcomes all – wherever they may be on their spiritual journey. We are called to know, to love, and to serve God and our neighbors. In all that we do, we honor All Saints’ abiding commitment for justice and peace for all people in Atlanta and across the world. Visit us o…
 
The wisdom of the cross asks us to see the painful truths, to see the suffering of climate change, not to avert our gaze, and the wisdom of the cross asks us to also see the beauty that can happen even in the ugliest of situations. The wisdom of the cross is that dread does not have the last word. There is always a reason to hope. There is always a…
 
"Depending on your background, Proverbs 31 might mean nothing to you, or it might mean a lot, and not necessarily for good...sadly, centuries of Christian women have found their identities and vocations in the Church defined through the narrow funnel of these 20 verses." The Rev. Samuel T. Vaught preaches on the seventeenth Sunday after Pentecost (…
 
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September 12, 2021: May God’s words be spoken, may God’s words be heard. Amen. Well, the opening of that epistle of James we just heard likely rang a few school bells for teachers far and wide. “Not many of you should become teachers, my brothers and sisters, for you know that we who teach will be judged with greater strictness.” Ain’t it the truth…
 
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