Sermons
Bishop Anthony Burton

Traditional Service, “Mission Improbable: Pentecost”

Put away your hyphens! Walk away from your self-definition! In Christ we are a new creation, called show the world what the kingdom of God looks like—in our relationships, in our generosity, in our worship, in our lifestyle, in our commitment to the poor, the marginalized, and the vulnerable.

Fr. John Sundara

Uptown Service, “Three Lessons from Jeremiah’s Life”

Jeremiah was a witness in a context that rejected him. Yet, there are three lessons that we can learn from Jeremiah’s life—that rejection follows Christian witness, that we can pour our hearts out to God, and that God never leaves or abandons us.

Fr. Chris Yoder

Traditional Service, “Disruption”

The disruption Christ brings is sometimes difficult to bear, but always leads to life.

Bishop Anthony Burton

Traditional Service, “Mission Improbable: Pentecost”

Put away your hyphens! Walk away from your self-definition! In Christ we are a new creation, called show the world what the kingdom of God looks like—in our relationships, in our generosity, in our worship, in our lifestyle, in our commitment to the poor, the marginalized, and the vulnerable.

Fr. John Sundara

Uptown Service, “Three Lessons from Jeremiah’s Life”

Jeremiah was a witness in a context that rejected him. Yet, there are three lessons that we can learn from Jeremiah’s life—that rejection follows Christian witness, that we can pour our hearts out to God, and that God never leaves or abandons us.

Fr. Chris Yoder

Traditional Service, “Disruption”

The disruption Christ brings is sometimes difficult to bear, but always leads to life.