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October 4th, 2023
Fall Retreat

Zac Hicks opens the 2023 Fall Retreat with a look at Thomas Cranmer’s preface to the first prayer book and the collect for purity. The liturgy is designed to unleash the Word of God to do its work on us.

October 1st, 2023
Sermon

The Rev. Nick Lannon preaches a sermon on Matthew 21, in which Jesus tells a parable about two sons and their chores. Only the Gospel of Christ's finished work can change a heart of disobedience into one of faithfulness.

October 1st, 2023
Formation Class

Michael Neal continues his class on the book of Leviticus with a look at what is commonly called the "burnt offering" or the "whole burnt offering," explaining why it might be better called the "ascension offering."

October 1st, 2023
Formation Class

The Rev. Nick Lannon begins his class on the biblical worldview with a discussion of identity. The world wants you to define yourself in a host of different ways, but the Bible only offers us two identities: either dead in trespasses and sins or newly alive in Christ.

September 24th, 2023
Sermon

The Rev. Nick Lannon preaches a sermon on Matthew 20, in which Jesus tells a parable about workers in a vineyard. We think we want fair, but what we actually need from God is mercy and generosity.

September 24th, 2023
Formation Class

Michael Neal continues his class on the book of Leviticus with a preliminary look at sacrifices, starting in Genesis: God sacrifices for Adam and Eve in the garden, and Cain and Abel bring offerings to God.

September 17th, 2023
Sermon

The Rev. Nick Lannon preaches a sermon on Matthew 18, in which Jesus tells a parable about an unforgiving slave. Don't forget, he cautions us, the extent of the debt you've been forgiven!

September 17th, 2023
Formation Class

Michael Neal continues his class on Leviticus with a comparative look at the Garden in Eden, Mt. Sinai, and the Tabernacle. God dwells on the mountaintop.

September 10th, 2023
Sermon

The Rev. Nick Lannon preaches a sermon on Matthew 18, in which Jesus teaches on church discipline. We discipline ourselves to protect our witness to the world, so that we can win the world to Christ. We forgive because we have been forgiven.

September 10th, 2023
Formation Class

Michael Neal continues his study of the book of Leviticus with an examination of divine rest. Where God rests, that is his temple...and he rests with his people on earth.

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