Media

Formation

2021 Fall Retreat (Part 1): Rich and Poor Together

October 29th, 2021

Anne Kennedy kicks off the 2021 Fall Retreat with a talk about success, failure, and how we misunderstand the two, diving deep into the story of Lazarus and the rich man from Luke 16.

Luke 16

Glorifying God's Name

October 28th, 2021

The Rev. Nick Lannon kicks off our 2021 "Not a Stewardship Campaign" Campaign with an overview of the season and a look at Ecclesiastes 2:9-17. Our calling is not to glorify our own name, but to glorify God's, remembering what he has done for us in Christ.

2021 Annual Meeting

October 24th, 2021

On October 24, Grace Anglican Church held its annual Parish Meeting. The Rev. Nick Lannon gave a Rector's Report, Micah Childs gave the Senior Warden's Report, and Jon Mand gave the Treasurer's Report. In addition, the parish elected two new members to the vestry.

Sermon

Built on the Blood

October 24th, 2021

The Rev. Nick Lannon preaches a sermon on Hebrews 7, in which Jesus is said to have ended the sacrificial system. His sacrifice for us was once, for all.

Hebrews 7

Formation

The Pastoral Epistles (Part 8)

October 17th, 2021

Bryan Lilly continues his study of the Pastoral Epistles with a concluding session on 1 Timothy and Titus, looking at the various ways that St. Paul encourages Timothy and Titus in their ministries and how we can draw encouragement from the same.

For Bryan's slides, click HERE. For his supplemental material, click HERE.

1 Timothy, 2 Timothy, Titus

Sermon

There Ain't No Free Lunch

October 17th, 2021

The Rev. Nick Lannon preaches a sermon on Isaiah 53, in which the prophet describes a suffering servant, and Mark 10, in which Jesus claims that his life will be given as a ransom for many. Nothing comes for free...not even your salvation. But that is paid for, in full, by Christ your savior.

Isaiah 53, Mark 10

Sermon

Jesus Brings a Scalpel

October 10th, 2021

The Rev. Nick Lannon preaches a sermon on Hebrews 4, which describes God's word as a sharp sword, and Mark 10, in which a rich young man asks how to be saved. God's word kills us and then, on account of Jesus, raises us to new and eternal life.

Hebrews 4, Mark 10

Formation

The Pastoral Epistles (Part 7)

October 10th, 2021

Bryan Lilly continues his study on the Pastoral Epistles with a look at St. Paul's teaching regarding the Christian's fidelity to God in light of worldly authority.

For Bryan's slides, click HERE. For his supplemental material, click HERE.