Best Episcopal podcasts we could find (Updated January 2019)
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Sunday sermons from Holy Spirit Episcopal Church in Houston, TX
Sunday Anthems from Trinity Episcopal Church, Concord, Massachusetts
God Stops Here for Love and Laughter
Since the first Book of Common Prayer in 1549, Choral Evensong has been an evening offering sung in cathedrals and churches of the Anglican Communion. Choral Evensong is followed by community supper ($5) with educational programs at 7:30 p.m.To subscribe to this and other Trinity Evensong podcasts copy and paste the following into iTunes or other Podcast manager :
Sermon podcast from Grace and St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, located in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
Sermons and other recordings from St. Mary's Episcopal Church, Eugene, Oregon. St. Mary's believes that Christ calls us to proclaim and practice our faith with compassion, thereby making a difference in the lives of our members and our neighbors in the heart of the city. All are welcome to worship at St. Mary's, no matter what age, ethnicity or race, gender, sexual orientation or economic and social circumstances.
TMI Episcopal's official podcast where we share stories from our alumni, updates about the school, and help you reconnect and discover what the TMI community is all about.
Welcome to the prayers, preaching and music of the community of St. John's Church, West Hartford, CT. We invite you to join us each Sunday morning, but we recognize that life sometimes has other plans for us; if so, we invite you to listen to the wonderful music of the Anglican tradition and the preaching & prayers that we share together. And of course, please join us in person as often as possible!
The Episcopal Church of All Saints blends ancient traditions with a modern worldview in our worship and service to the community around us. We welcome all (and we mean ALL) people to join us on Sundays at 10am and Wednesdays at 6pm.1559 Central Ave.Indianapolis, IN 46202
This is the weekly sermon recorded each Sunday from Trinity Episcopal Church in Covington, KY
The podcast of Christ Episcopal Church, located on the corner of East Walnut and Kimbrough in downtown Springfield, Missouri. This podcasts features our weekly sermons from Fr. Ken Chumbley, Fr. Mark Ohlemeier, and other guest preachers. Our mission is "To Know Christ, and to Make Christ Known."
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.
Trinity Cathedral the Cathedral of the Episcopal Diocese of Ohio an inclusive community of faith
This podcasts features the weekly sermons from the clergy of St. Thomas, Terrace Park, Ohio.
Welcome to All Saints! We are an open and affirming congregation. We love meeting new people and hope you enjoy your time with us. Our podcast is designed to tell you a little more about our community, how we worship, and the things we do as a parish that we believe make All Saints a special place. We believe and practice that whoever you are and wherever you are on your journey of faith, you are welcome, accepted, and loved at All Saints Episcopal Church.
St. Stephen's Episcopal Church is a Parish of the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas proclaiming the victory of Christ over sin and death in the heart of downtown Sherman.
Morning Prayer for today with a reading from the Psalms, the New Testament, and the Gospel, with meditation music from "Inner Voices" and "In Beauty We Return," by R. Carlos Nakai. Courtesy Canyon Records, Phoenix, AZ (800)-268-1141. All rights reserved.
"Our Stories" is the official podcast for Palmer Memorial Episcopal Church. It is a series of conversations with parishioners, clergy, church staff, or people-in-general who define us as a parish at the center of the 4th largest city in America.
Sermon's from Saint John's Episcopal Church in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Visit our website for service times and information about the church -
Weekly sermons from Grace Episcopal Church in Siloam Springs, Arkansas
Weekly reflections from the pulpit of Trinity Episcopal Cathedral in Portland, OR. Learn more at
VTS Sermons
A seminary of the Episcopal Church
Homily/Sermon Audio Podcast from St. Francis Episcopal Church in Houston, TX
St. Stephen's Episcopal Church is an urban parish serving McKeesport, Pa., and the entire Mon Valley since 1885. Our worship is traditional, but we are an accepting, welcoming church and pride ourselves on being "the friendly church in the heart of town!" If you enjoy this podcast, please consider joining us on Sundays at 8 or 10 a.m., or visiting our website at
All about the programs and experiences at Good Shepherd Episcopal School, giving you a glimpse into the "why" behind what we do and how it impacts students. We hope you enjoy the show, we hope you enjoy learning about Good Shepherd, and we always hope you leave...inspirED.
Sermons from Trinity Episcopal Church on Capitol Squre, Columbus, Ohio
SSJE Sermons
A monastic community of the Episcopal Church
Christ Episcopal Church
St. Paul's Cary
Each week, we share reflections meant to nurture your spiritual life. The homilies and talks are from services at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Cary, North Carolina.
Sunday sermons from Galilee Episcopal Church updated weekly. Listen remotely, download your favorites or catch up on a missed Sunday. Featuring Father Andrew Buchanan and occasional guest speakers.
Sermons from St. George’s Episcopal Church in Nashville, where we receive, live, and share the abundant life of Jesus Christ.
Weekly sermons from Church of the Holy Comforter, Episcopal, an Anglican Christian church in Drexel Hill, PA. Visit us online at
Sermons and teachings from Apostles By-the-Sea + A Chapel in the Anglican & Episcopal Tradition in Rosemary Beach, Florida on Scenic 30a. Fr. John Wallace, Rector
We are finally are able to record and post sermons for our faraway friends.The solemn beauty of Trinity Episcopal Church has provided solace and consolation to people in grief, in trouble, and in transition. It is also a place of celebration, and thanksgiving for life’s many blessings and sacraments, including Eucharist, Baptism, Matrimony, Confirmations, and other rites. Trinity is a place where parishioners, community members, and others on The Way can turn to worship, pray, reflect, and f ...
Sermons by the Rector, Assistant Rector, Bishop of WNY, or others recorded with permission
St. Mary's Episcopal Church, Laguna Beach CA. The Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles. To be open to God’s love and guidance. To embrace all in the name of Jesus Christ. To be free to use God’s gifts for the daily expression of our faith. To work in the power of the Holy Spirit for peace and justice. St. Mary’s is an open and inclusive community. Wherever you are in your journey with God, we invite you to join us.
Favorite books and great recent reads from the SMS community.
Blog for the community garden at St. Matthew's Church in Newton, KS.St. Matthew's Episcopal Church2001 Windsor DriveNewton, Kansas 67114316-283-3310
Sermons preached at Church of the Ascension, the English-speaking Anglican Episcopal Church in Munich.
Sermons and recorded events from St. George's Episcopalian, Glen Dale, MD
Each Sunday, we record the sermon from the 8am or 10am Eucharist at St. Stephen's Church in Ridgefield, CT (Episcopal) and publish it as a podcast in the iTunes Store. Click the title of each sermon to see the corresponding Lectionary page.
Sermons from St. Alban's Episcopal Church, Waco, Texas. Proclaiming to all, through word and deed, the grace of God in Jesus Christ.
Grace Cathedral is home to a community where the best of Episcopal tradition courageously embraces innovation and open-minded conversation, where inclusion is expected and people of all faiths are welcomed, where beliefs are put into action and where people are encouraged to seek God and progress on their own spiritual journeys. 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 and thoughts by John F. Beddingfield, an Episcopal priest at The Church of the Holy Trinity, East 88th Street, NY, NY.
Sermon recordings from Church of the Incarnation -- an Episcopal parish in Dallas, Texas.
Class recordings from Church of the Incarnation -- an Episcopal parish in Dallas, Texas.
An Episcopal Seminary
Sermons from the Rt. Rev. Mariann Edgar Budde, bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Washington, and other recordings.
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Mary says to the servants, “do whatever my son asks of you.” Do you? What is Jesus asking of you this day? Where has the wine run out? What if the Son’s request of you this day is to open up that part of your life to him with this simple but powerful prayer: “Lord, fill this empty place. Pour yourself into me like water poured into those stone ...…
God knows we cannot survive running on empty. And so he is right now filling you. Because he knows you can’t fill yourself. He is filling your jars full.Sermon from The Table on 1/20/19.
January 20, 2019 Mr. Steve Johnson, Jr.’s inspiring sermon in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., reminding us “there are no days off” in our pursuit of a more just and peaceful world where every person is recognized as a child of God. And thank you, Steve, for helping us daily live out our faith in the commitment to make Trinity a place wher ...…
The texts for this sermon on the second Sunday after the Epiphany (1/20/19) are Isaiah 62:1-5; Psalm 36:5-10; 1 Corinthians 12:1-11; John 2:1-11 The Rev. Heather Wiseman
"How can we come to terms with miracle stories?" Sermon by The Rev'd Deacon Kenneth Powell, January 20, 2019, 10:00am.
A sermon offered on January 20, 2019 by the Rev. John F. Beddingfield at The Church of the Holy Trinity in New York City.
The Rev. Carr Holland discusses the Wedding at Cana and grace (John 2:1-11; 1 Corinthians 12:1-11): "I had this image, how some go through life and their days, perceiving they have a pound of sugar or kindness or goodness, some but a cup, and others a teaspoon. And we deal with each other from that perception."…
"Beloved, we have been blessed with joy and grace; we have been blessed with good wine, good news, and it is ours to share."
Oluwatomike “Tomike” Falebita described herself as a people pleaser during her #SeniorChapelTalk. She would do anything to help other people feel better and felt tremendous guilt if she let anyone down. When she came to TMI in the 9th grade as a boarding student, she felt alone and desperate to avoid the challenges of a new school and new envir ...…
Text: John 2:1-11 Preacher: The Rev. Aaron M. G. Zimmerman Listen (Right click to download)
In Padrecast #8 Head of School, Fr. Scott Brown, shares some highlights of the last couple months here at TMI and gives an update on the Strategic Planning process and what’s ahead. Fr. Scott talks in depth about some of the new and exciting positions we’re bringing on for the 2019-2020 school year, including the new Associate Head of School, D ...…
Sunday Sermon - January 13, 2019 - The Rev. Joshua T. Condon
Ordination Sermon - January 10, 2019 - The Rev. Aaron Zimmerman
You think middle school math classes today are pretty much the same as they were years ago? Think again! Math at Good Shepherd has a renewed energy, focus and direction. Join us for Part 2 of our middle school math series of podcasts as we hear from our 7th and 8th grade team and learn about the things that go on in their classrooms.…
It’s not what you do that defines who you are. It’s who you are that defines what you do. Sermon from the 8:45am service on 1/13/19.
"Baptism does not deny our natural family ties—it honors them, and elevates us and ours into a broader family. Indeed, we are designed to love our own flesh and blood, but in this new family, we love even the stranger as family, because as Christ reminds us, in the stranger, we may encounter none other than Christ himself.” Sermon from The Tabl ...…
The readings for this sermon on the first Sunday after the Epiphany, the Feast of the Baptism of Our Lord Jesus Christ (1/13/19) are Isaiah 43:1-7; Psalm 29; Acts 8:14-17; and Luke 3:15-17,21-22.
A sermon by the Rev. Jimmy Abbott for Sunday, January 13, 2019 The Baptism of our Lord Jesus Christ Isaiah 43:1-7
Growing up, did you think, “I’m just not a math person.”? What we know today is that isn’t necessarily a true statement for most people. Listen in to our middle school math team as they discuss ways they encourage all Good Shepherd students to embrace and enjoy math.
(Luke 3:15-17, 21-22) A young girl named Joanne got her first job at the tender age of nine. She and her sister cleaned a little Anglican church down the street from their home in England. ... She was baptised on July 31, 1976, her eleventh birthday, sprinkled at the font of St. Luke's Church. She would go on the share her birthday with the mai ...…
"There is no chaff in God's economy. Everything and everybody has a role to play." Sermon by Dean Nathan LeRud, Sunday, January 13, 2019, 10:00am.
The Annual Meeting of The Church of the Holy Trinity was held on Sunday, January 13, 2019. The rector's annual report and overview of 2018 was given in the form of the sermon.
Andrew was an ordinary Christian just like us, yet God used him to do extraordinary things? Why is that? How can God use us to do extraordinary things?
If Peter is the “rock” (Matt. 16:18), Andrew is the pavement. Andrew shows us what it looks like to make a way for people to come to Jesus. Building bridges between people and Christ is key to living and fishing like disciples.
January 13, 2019 A sermon for Epiphany 1: the Baptism of Christ. Delivered at the 9 a.m. Mostly Jazz Mass by the Rev. Sarah Shofstall. To subscribe to this and other Trinity Sermons podcasts copy and paste the following into iTunes or other Podcast managers: The post Sermon Podcast: The Ba ...…
"The most scandalous reason we baptize, are baptized, and renew our baptismal vows: We have to die." The Rev. E. Suzanne Wille preaches on the first Sunday after the Epiphany (January 13, 2019). Readings: Isaiah 43; Psalm 29; Acts 8; Like 3.
Isaiah 42:1-9 Matthew 3:13-17 The first lesson appointed for today, the reading we heard from the Prophecy of Isaiah, begins with the words: “Here is my servant; …I have put my spirit upon him; he will bring forth justice to the nations.”[i] Now this reading is like a supernatural transcription of what the prophet Isaiah heard from God: God’s s ...…
In her #SeniorChapelTalk, Bridget Lynch spoke about being truly reckless–finding uninhibited creation. Her reckless moment happened while daydreaming under a tree in the southwest one summer. As humans, we tend to want to be comfortable, content and satisfied...we stray away from walking along the edge of life, experiencing new adventures and t ...…
Text: Isaiah 43:1-7 Preacher: The Rev. Aaron M. G. Zimmerman Listen (Right click to download)
First Sunday after the Epiphany: The Baptism of our LordGospel:Luke 3:15-17, 21-22Preacher: The Rev. Laurel Johnston.
Fe Maria Cajiga Pena is a 2015 graduate of TMI and currently a senior at Boston University studying Biomedical Engineering. In this episode, she talks about how TMI prepared her for college, her plans after graduation, and how she is continuing to live as a Servant Leader. During the summer of 2016, she served as an intern in the Mexican Embass ...…
Sunday Sermon - January 6, 2019 - The Rev. Korey Wright
1 John 4:7 – 12 Psalm 72: 1 – 8 Mark 6: 30 – 44 Those of you who have heard me preach before know that when reading Scripture, my attention is often caught, not by the soaring passages, or the amazing miracles, but the details that often creep in around the edge. Yes, the majesty of the Prologue of John, or the poignancy of the Foot Washing at ...…
"The wise men came to visit Jesus, but they didn’t stay. Whatever happened to them? I think we are left to wonder if they were truly converted by this experience or not. Perhaps they came and worshiped and gave presents but didn’t really give their lives to Jesus. Perhaps that sounds a bit like Christmas for us… for me. But I give the wise men ...…
"We were made for wonder and joy and love, and this Child that the wise men sought actually came into the world seeking us, giving himself on the cross to restore in us the life and peace we were made for. “Arise, shine, for your light has come, and the glory of the LORD has risen upon you.” May the light of his love dispel the fog of fear that ...…
The readings for this sermon on the Feast of the Epiphany (1/6/19) are Isaiah 60:1-6; Psalm 72:1-7,10-14; Ephesians 3:1-12; and Matthew 2:1-12
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