"Do not let your past ruin your present or your future... Have Jesus literally stand between you and your past history. Let Him be the filter." Sermon by the Rev'd Nigel Mumford | November 18, 2018 - 11:15am
"The Good News is this: Jesus Himself is the end of human history and because all things find their consumation and fulfillment in Him, and because that is the case, even in the midst of difficulty and suffereing we can straighten up, and raise our heads because we know our redemption is drawing near."
"In response to Jesus, and His grace, may we become more like the widow - ever growing in our trust of Him, ever growing in our dependency on Him to meet our every need, and more and more knowing and living into that freedom that He has won for us."
"While we may experience the church to be weak, and feeble, and even sometimes broken, God has already determined that the church that He has created and the church that He sustains will, in fact, fulfill its mission in the world, and will, in fact, come to share in His glory."
"We are to raise up others in the faith, teaching them the ways of the Lord...and we are to always be prepared to have a reasonable defense of the faith. But we cannot teach or defend what we do not know ourselves. As Christians, we should always be growing and maturing in the faith."
"If we begin with the point of thinking that God took Jesus' suffering and death on the cross and used that event to result in our redemption then surely we can say that God allows suffering only because He is able to bring good from it."
"God intends for our marriage covenants to be permanent, as His covenant with the Church is permanent. So as Christians, we should not seek out divorce. Instead, we should first seek forgiveness and reconciliation." Sermon by the Rev'd Wesley Jagoe | October 7, 2018
"Let us seek to serve. Let us seek to help the helpless and the vulnerable. Let us seek to live in holiness and purity before the Lord. This is what His kingdom is all about." Sermon by the Most Rev'd Dr. Foley Beach | September 30, 2018
"There is no more sure and certain sign of God's desire to be our father and of His desire for us to live as His children in His kingdom than the cross." Sermon by the Rev'd Canon Matthew Wilkins | September 23, 2018