Sermons from “Traditional Service”


Traditional Service, “Sharing an Easter Life”

The stories of how the disciples and the emerging church reacted to the resurrection of Jesus by moving beyond themselves out into the world gives us a model for living lives that are a reflection of the meaning of the Good News of the risen Christ. When we move out into the world in service to others in Jesus’ name we show forth the meaning of the Gospel not only with our lips but with our lives, and that transforms us as it transforms the world around us.


Traditional Service, “Too Good To Be True?”

In his Easter sermon, Bishop Burton explains why the Resurrection of the body is such good news, and what it means for you.


Traditional Service, “When Jesus called Peter, Satan!”

What does it profit a man, to gain the whole world and forfeit his soul? Bishop Burton addresses the challenge of trying to live as a Christian in the middle of a materialist and shattered culture.


Traditional Service, “The Hope of Glory”

Have you ever had a ‘mountain top moment’? Are you afraid to talk about it? In this sermon on the Transfiguration, Bishop Burton reflects on our religious experiences and Christ’s promise of future glory.