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Adult Education

Exploration Class #10: Reformation Anglicanism is Mission-Focused

May 19th, 2019

The Rev. Nick Lannon continues The Exploration Class with a discussion of how Reformation Anglicanism is focused on mission. What is mission? Where do we go? What do we say? He also outlines some of the ways that Grace Anglican (as a local church) is looking to get involved in mission.

Sermon

No Matter Who You Are

May 19th, 2019

The Rev. Nick Lannon preaches a sermon on Acts 11, in which Peter has a vision about the Good News being available to the Gentiles. This doesn't mean that you're okay no matter who you are, it means that, no matter who you are, Jesus is for you.

Acts 11

Adult Education

Exploration Class #9: Reformation Anglicanism is Liturgical

May 12th, 2019

The Rev. Nick Lannon continues The Exploration Class with a discussion of the liturgical nature of Reformation Anglicanism. We worship from a book, in an ordered form. Why? What are the advantages? How can we answer some of the criticisms?

Sermon

Out of the Great Ordeal

May 12th, 2019

The Rev. Nick Lannon preaches a sermon on Revelation 7:9-17, in which John has a vision of the throne room of God. These worshiping saints have come out of a great ordeal, he's told, and have been washed white in the blood of the lamb. We are such saints.

Revelation 7

Adult Education

Exploration Class #8: Reformation Anglicanism is Episcopal

May 5th, 2019

The Rev. Nick Lannon continues The Exploration Class with a discussion of how Reformation Anglicanism is episcopal, that is, having bishops. There is no one governing New Testament way of doing church, but an "episcopal" model is beneficial to the health and thriving of the church.

Sermon

Love Me Three Times

May 5th, 2019

The Rev. Nick Lannon preaches a sermon on John 21:1-19, in which Peter, after Jesus' resurrection, proclaims his love for his savior three times. Jesus is about the business of fixing the broken things of the world. He is a redeemer.

John 21

Adult Education

Exploration Class #7: Reformation Anglicanism is Reformational

April 30th, 2019

The Rev. Nick Lannon continues The Exploration Class with a discussion of how Reformation Anglicanism is...well, reformational. Three particularly reformational aspects of Cranmer's Anglicanism were the "comfortable words" as the center point of weekly worship, the Prayer of Humble Access before communion, and the reorientation of the way we think about the freedom of the human will.

Sermon

Your Faithfulness is in His Wounds

April 28th, 2019

The Rev. Nick Lannon preaches a sermon on John 20, in which Jesus appears to Thomas, who doubted his resurrection. We are all like Thomas, and the Good News is that Jesus shows up to the faithless, offering us his wounds and thereby giving us the faith we lack.

John 20