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February 4th, 2024
Formation Class

The Rev. Jacob Davis continues his class exploring the Book of Common Prayer with a discussion of how the prayer book came to America and was revised over the years.

January 28th, 2024
Sermon

The Rev. Nick Lannon preaches a sermon on Mark 1 and Jesus' interaction with a man possessed by an unclean spirit. Jesus has come to destroy the unclean and bring something altogether new to life.

January 28th, 2024
Formation Class

The Rev. Jacob Davis continues his class on the Book of Common Prayer with a look at three revisions: the 1559, the 1604, and the 1662 versions. He also considers the political context, focusing on the Elizabethan Settlement.

January 21st, 2024
Sermon

The Rev. Nick Lannon preaches a sermon on Jonah. We need—and have—a God who will do all manner of seemingly impossible things in order to accomplish our salvation.

January 21st, 2024
Formation Class

The Rev. Jacob Davis continues his class on the Book of Common Prayer with a look at the political and theological situation in England surrounding the publication and first few editions of the BCP.

January 14th, 2024
Sermon

The Rev. Nick Lannon preaches a sermon on John 1, in which Nathanael questions if Good News can come from a place like Nazareth. God comes, in Christ, from and to Nazareth—and places like it—and he comes to save.

January 14th, 2024
Formation Class

The Rev. Jacob Davis begins his class on the Book of Common Prayer with an introductory discussion: what is the BCP and why should we use it?

January 7th, 2024
Sermon

For Epiphany, the Rev. Nick Lannon preaches a sermon on Matthew 2, in which wise men from the East visit Jesus. Upon meeting the savior, everything changes. The same is true for you.

December 31st, 2023
Sermon

The Rev. Nick Lannon preaches a sermon on Galatians 3 and 4, in which Paul reminds Christians that they are free in Christ.

December 25th, 2023
Sermon

The Rev. Nick Lannon preaches a sermon on Titus 3 for Christmas Day, in which Paul reminds us that we are saved not by any good works that we do, but by the gracious arrival of God in Christ.

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