Sermons from “Traditional Service”

The Rev. Dr. Stephen Rankin

Traditional Service, Guest Preacher Rev. Dr. Stephen Rankin

Dr. Rankin is the author of “Aiming at Maturity: the Goal of the Christian Life” and serves at SMU as Chaplain and Minister to the University. As Chaplain, his passion is helping students, professors and campus ministers engage in thoughtful practices that integrate faith and learning.

Fr. Thomas Kincaid - January 29, 2017

Traditional Service, “An Invitation from Another World”

As we begin our four week focus on inviting folks to church, we need to make sure we know what we’re inviting them to. Jesus’ Beatitudes provide a surprisingly aggressive answer.

Bishop Anthony Burton

Traditional Service, “Sympathy for the Devil”

Drive past the Giant Iguanas for a sermon on the role that fear of the unknown plays in our spiritual lives. Take courage, have faith, and follow where Christ leads you.

Fr. Joe Hermerding

Traditional Service, “Come and See”

What do the Three Kings and the disciples have in common? They are invited to Jesus’ home. And that invitation is open to us as well.

Bishop Stephen Andrews

Traditional Service, Guest Preacher Bishop Stephen Andrews

This Sunday, the Rt. Rev. Stephen Andrews joins the Traditional Service as guest preacher. Bishop Andrews is the Principal of Wycliffe College in Toronto, and formerly served as President of Thorneloe University in Sudbury, Ontario; and as Bishop of the Diocese of Algoma.