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Sermons from St. George's
16 minutes | Nov 27, 2022
The Rev. Dr. David Barr: Stay Awake
The apocalyptic restoration of all things in all of creation will not come through manipulating levers of power. It will not come through coercion, or better planning, or more sophisticated technologies. The redemption of all things will only come through the God who made all things.
16 minutes | Nov 27, 2022
The Rev. J. Malone Gilliam: Advent Waiting is the Hardest Part
Cultivating a capacity for Awareness: The subtle numbing of Busyness.
14 minutes | Nov 20, 2022
The Rev. J. Malone Gilliam: There Must Be Some Misunderstanding
“Good souls many will one day be horrified at the things they now believe of God.” – George McDonald Sermon from The Table.
17 minutes | Nov 20, 2022
Guest Preacher: The Most Rev. Ian Ernest
Archbishop Ian Ernest serves as Personal Representative of the Archbishop of Canterbury to the Holy See and is Director of the Anglican Centre in Rome.
17 minutes | Nov 13, 2022
The Rev. Colin Ambrose: God's Future
The prophet Isaiah describes that God will do a new thing —he will create a new heaven and a new earth. In this sermon, Colin explores God’s promise and what it means for us here and now. For I am about to create new heavens and a new earth; the former things shall not be remembered or come to mind. But be glad and rejoice forever in what I am creating; for I am about to create Jerusalem as a joy, and its people as a delight. I will rejoice in Jerusalem, and delight in my people; no more shall the sound of weeping be heard in it, or the cry of distress. No more shall there be in it an infant that lives but a few days, or an old person who does not live out a lifetime; for one who dies at a hundred years will be considered a youth, and one who falls short of a hundred will be considered accursed. They shall build houses and inhabit them; they shall plant vineyards and eat their fruit. They shall not build and another inhabit; they shall not plant and another eat; for like the days of a tree shall the days of my people be, and my chosen shall long enjoy the work of their hands. They shall not labor in vain, or bear children for calamity; for they shall be offspring blessed by the Lord--and their descendants as well. Before they call I will answer, while they are yet speaking I will hear. The wolf and the lamb shall feed together, the lion shall eat straw like the ox; but the serpent-- its food shall be dust! They shall not hurt or destroy on all my holy mountain, says the Lord. (Isaiah 65:17-25)
17 minutes | Nov 6, 2022
The Rev. Dr. David Barr: Come, Desire of Nations, Come
The prophecies of the Old Testament aren’t just about this world as we know it. They are about something God is doing, something so good that we are almost too afraid to imagine. Sermon from the 11:00am service.
20 minutes | Oct 30, 2022
The Rev. Colin Ambrose: Baffled
Habakkuk 1:1-13; 2:1-4 “O Lord, how long shall I cry for help, and you will not listen?” The prophet Habakkuk is baffled by the injustice that surrounds him. And yet, despite his confusion, he remains faithful to God. Habakkuk’s words and action guide us when we find ourselves baffled before God. Sermon from The Table.
15 minutes | Oct 30, 2022
The Rev. J. Malone Gilliam: God’s Vision and Invitation of a Lifetime
“If I Could Only Win Your Love” Sermon from the 8:45am service.
12 minutes | Oct 23, 2022
The Rev. Dr. Chris Jones: The Pharisee & the Tax Collector
“God be merciful to me, a sinner.” The Tax Collector discerns his need for God’s mercy, while the Pharisee overestimates the value of his good deeds. Sermon from the 8:45am service on 10/23/22.
17 minutes | Oct 23, 2022
The Rev. J. Malone Gilliam: The Futility of Promoting our Spiritual Resumes
Sermon from The Table on 10/23/22.
18 minutes | Oct 16, 2022
The Ven. Dr. Martin Odidi: Persistent Prayer of Faith
Luke 18:1-8 Prayer is like a walking exercise. It is a spiritual exercise. The more you pray daily, the stronger you become. Persistent praying in faith on a particular subject produces an eventual expected result — just like the persistent widow in the gospel reading. Prayer is simply talking to God like a child would with his parents. Pray in a simple, innocent, and honest way. Not doubtful, but persistent, until the expected result is achieved, or until you are appeased appropriately. This is how our prayer relationship with God is supposed to be. Sermon from The Table on 10/16/22.
16 minutes | Oct 16, 2022
The Rev. Margery Kennelly: It's About the Blessing
The thing is, prayer doesn't have to be perfect to be effective. In fact, a prayer muttered with all our fears and short-sighted demands — and even selfish requests — affects life powerfully. Sermon from the 8:45am service on 10/16/22.
19 minutes | Oct 9, 2022
The Rev. Roger Senechal: Senior Appreciation Sunday
Sermon from the 8:45ams service on 10/9/22.
17 minutes | Oct 9, 2022
The Rev. Richard Kew: Senior Appreciation Sunday
Sermon from The Table on 10/9/22.
14 minutes | Sep 25, 2022
The Rev. Dr. Chris Jones: Money, Contentment & Charity
Addressing the topic of money, St. Paul says there is “great gain in godliness combined with contentment” and encourages us to be charitable. Sermon from The Table on 9/25/22.
17 minutes | Sep 25, 2022
The Rt. Rev. Joey Royal, Bishop of the Arctic: Guest Preacher
Sermon from the 8:45am service on 9/25/22.
15 minutes | Sep 18, 2022
The Rev. Margery Kennelly: A Scammer is Praised
It seems God isn't interested in a tidy, prissy, stingy, respectable response to his love. Sermon the 8:45am service on 9/18/22.
16 minutes | Sep 18, 2022
The Rev. J. Malone Gilliam: God Desires for Everyone to Be Saved
God desires for everyone to be saved. What a beautiful insight into the heart of our Savior! What does it mean? Sermon from The Table on 9/18/22.
20 minutes | Sep 11, 2022
The Rev. Colin Ambrose: God's Forgiveness
1 Timothy 1:12-17 What does it mean to believe in God’s forgiveness? In this sermon Fr. Colin discusses the inexhaustible nature of God’s love and the promise this holds for us. Sermon from 9/11/22 at The Table
16 minutes | Sep 11, 2022
The Rev. Dr. David Barr: Fools
"God converts the foolishness of the world into the foolishness of the cross." Sermon from 9/11/22 at 11:00am.
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