Best grace episcopal podcasts we could find (Updated April 2019)
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Sermons delivered at The Episcopal Church of Our Saviour, Mill Valley, California: A welcoming community for those seeking to deepen their relationship with God, and to journey in faith with God's people through the breaking of bread and in service to others, in Christ's name.
 
Sunday Sermons from San Francisco's Grace Cathedral, home to a community where the best of Episcopal tradition courageously embraces innovation and open-minded conversation. At Grace Cathedral, inclusion is expected and people of all faiths are welcomed. The cathedral itself, a renowned San Francisco landmark, serves as a magnet where diverse people gather to worship, celebrate, seek solace, converse and learn.
 
Sermons from St. Gregory of Nyssa Episcopal Church in San Francisco. Listen to our smart, un-preachy preaching, which draws on critical scholarship and life experiences to encounter God at work among us. If you can't be with us in person, you can join us through our podcast.
 
Sermons from Grace Church - Episcopal in Yukon, OK
 
Grace Episcopal Church online teachings are the Sunday Sermons from Grace Episcopal Church in Sterling, IL
 
Sermons and other recordings from the Rev'd K. Nicholas Forti, priest and pastor at the Fork Church of St Martin's Parish in the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia.
 
Grace Church is an Ancient Faith in Modern Times. Our podcast features conversations and teachings designed to engage our lives with the teachings of Jesus.Do you have thoughts or suggestions? We’d love to hear from you! You can send them to Jonathandfrench@gmail.comYou can find us on Social Media here:Facebook: fb.me/AncientFaithModernTimesInstagram: instagram.com/grace_church_ocala/Website: Graceocala.org
 
Sermon podcast from Grace and St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, located in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
 
Grace Episcopal Church online teachings are the Sunday Sermons from Grace Episcopal Church in Bainbridge Island, WA
 
Recorded live at San Francisco's Grace Cathedral, The Forum is a series of stimulating conversations about faith, ethics and culture in relation to the important issues of our day. Host and Dean of Grace Cathedral Malcolm Clemens Young invites artists, inventors, philosophers, pop culturists, elected officials and other inspiring guests to share in a civil, sophisticated discourse that engages hearts and minds to think in new ways about the world.
 
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Once a month, the 20s and 30s community of Grace-St. Luke's Episcopal Church gathers over food and drinks to engage Memphis' most compelling theological minds. Join us as we wrestle with life's most important and unsettling questions.
 
Weekly sermons from Grace Episcopal Church in Siloam Springs, Arkansas
 
Sermons from St. Alban's Episcopal Church, Waco, Texas. Proclaiming to all, through word and deed, the grace of God in Jesus Christ.
 
Holy Comforter Episcopal Church shares Christ's message of hope, peace, and grace with all. Our Sunday sermon podcast is one way that you can grow with us on our journey to know Jesus Christ. You can also join us live at 7:45, 9:00, and 11:00 AM Holy Comforter.
 
I’m so glad you’ve visited our podcast! We hope you find our site to be a warm welcome to the good work that God is doing in our midst here at Christchurch Montgomery. We look forward to worshipping with you! Christchurch is a member of the worldwide Anglican Communion, the third largest denomination in the world, and is a founding church in the Anglican Church in North America, the newest branch of that community of 77 million Christians. Christchurch opened its doors in 2005, when a group ...
 
These are the Sunday sermons preached at Grace Episcopal Church in San Antonio, TX. The Rev. Jay George, Vicar and church planter of Grace Church, preaches 90% of these sermons. There may occasionally be various Grace Church recordings added to this podcast.
 
Grace Church Van Vorst is an Episcopal congregation in Jersey City.We believe in Jesus. Our longing for him brings us here and makes us family. We don’t all believe the same things about Jesus (or anything for that matter,) but we do find Jesus present, just like he promised, every time we break bread, study scripture together, visit someone who is sick, imprisoned, or make breakfast for our hungry neighbors.
 
This Week's Focus - brief reflections on upcoming Revised Lectionary Texts as used for daily & weekly, seasonal worship by many Christian denominations.
 
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On Easter Sunday, Fr. Tim invites us to take a leap into faith, examining the awesomeness and absurdity of the resurrection.
 
During our Easter Vigil, the Rev. Kirsten Baer invites us to look through the eyes of a child, reliving the story of Jesus again and again.
 
On Good Friday, the deacon Rev. Helen Waddle invites us to spend time considering Jesus' death on the cross and what it means for us today.
 
"The same stone which the builders rejected has become the chief cornerstone." —Psalm 118:22This sermon was preached on Easter Sunday, Holy Pascha—April 21, 2019—at the Fork Church of St Martin's Parish in the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia.
 
"Why do you look for the living among the dead? He is not here, but has risen" (Lk. 24).
 
Do you have thoughts or suggestions? We’d love to hear from you! You can send them to Jonathandfrench@gmail.comYou can find us on Social Media here:Facebook: fb.me/AncientFaithModernTimesInstagram: instagram.com/grace_church_ocala/Website: Graceocala.org
 
Good Friday leaves us in the tomb with our Savior, Jesus.By rector@oursaviourmillvalley.org (Patricia Rose).
 
On Maundy Thursday, Ben Whaley invites us to examine our need for help. Through the washing of His disciples' feet, Jesus demonstrates the ultimate act of service, love, and compassion.
 
This sermon was preached on Palm Sunday—April 14, 2019—at the Fork Church of St Martin's Parish in the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia.
 
What is the nature of existence? Three hundred years ago Jonathan Edwards (1703-1758) addressed this question in his essay "Of Being." He wrote, "The mind can never… conceive of a state of perfect nothing."
 
Do you have thoughts or suggestions? We’d love to hear from you! You can send them to Jonathandfrench@gmail.comYou can find us on Social Media here:Facebook: fb.me/AncientFaithModernTimesInstagram: instagram.com/grace_church_ocala/Website: Graceocala.org
 
Text: Like 19:28-40 Preacher: The Rev. Aaron M. G. Zimmerman Listen (Right click to download)
 
This sermon was preached on the Fifth Sunday in Lent—April 7, 2019—at the Fork Church of St Martin's Parish in the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia.
 
5th Sunday of Lent Year C 2019 Our Lenten journey is approaching its penultimate climax. Next Sunday we will wave our palm branches and re-enact Jesus’ triumphal entry before we hear the story of his passion. Today’s reading is preparation for us and for Jesus’ friends gathered at Martha, Mary, and Lazarus’ home. But it is also preparation for ...…
 
4th Week of Lent Year C 2019 Sometimes when the new season of a television series is coming up, I will watch the previous season’s finale to remind me where the plot line was when I left off last season. And when I’m in the middle of a series, but it’s been a while since I’ve watched an episode, I will go back and remind myself what’s going on. ...…
 
3rd Week of Lent Year C 2019 Note: the audio is from March 17th, 2nd Sunday and the text is from March 24th, 3rd Sunday of Lent Let the wicked forsake their way, and the unrighteous their thoughts; let them return to the Lord, that he may have mercy on them, and to our God, for he will abundantly pardon. For my thoughts are not your thoughts, n ...…
 
Lent 1 Year C 2019 It is a humble journey, the one we began on Ash Wednesday and continue today, the first Sunday in Lent. It begins with an undignified smudge of ash on our foreheads in the shape of a cross, with the words, "remember that you are dust, and to dust you shall return." Foreheads that were splashed with baptismal waters years earl ...…
 
In an electrifying sermon, the Rev. Mike Michie visits Grace Church to deliver a message: "God Has Named You Grace". Mike Michie is the Staff Officer of Church Planting Infrastructure for the Episcopal Church.
 
A sermon for the Fifth Sunday in Lent on John 12:1-8 by the rector of Holy Comforter Episcopal Church, the Rev. Jimmy Abbott.
 
Mary's anointing Jesus' feet points towards God's lavish love for us.By rector@oursaviourmillvalley.org (Patricia Rose).
 
"We look for the resurrection of the dead and the life of the world to come."
 
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Text: John 12:1-8 Preacher: The Rev. Neal McGowan Listen (Right click to download)
 
This sermon was preached on the Fourth Sunday in Lent—March 31, 2019—at the Fork Church of St Martin's Parish in the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia.
 
Continuing our Lenten series, Fr. Tim examines the parable of the Prodigal Son.
 
How do we handle what God has rolled away?By rector@oursaviourmillvalley.org (The Rev. Br. Richard Edward Helmer).
 
"We had to celebrate and rejoice, because this brother of yours was dead and has come to life; he was lost and has been found" (Lk. 15). Have you ever wondered how Jesus has changed you from what you might otherwise have been?
 
The only Syrian-born Anglican priest in the world on his work with The Awareness Foundation, which through education empowers children and young people in Syria and Iraq to build peace in a region torn apart by war.
 
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Text: Luke 15:1-3, 11b-32 Preacher: The Rev. Aaron M. G. Zimmerman Listen (Right click to download)
 
This sermon was preached on the Third Sunday in Lent—March 24, 2019—at the Fork Church of St Martin's Parish in the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia.
 
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