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Founded in 1858, St. John's Episcopal Church of Detroit is a traditional, Anglican parish, which uses for worship the 1928 Book of Common Prayer and The Hymnal 1940. Sermons available here are typically from the primary Sunday morning service which is held each week at 10:00 AM, however, additional sermons from special services (e.g. Evensong, Christmas Eve, Corpus Christi) may also be made available. Proclaiming the Changeless Truth: Jesus Christ is Lord!
 
Practice Makes Presence is a podcast that focuses on healthy spirituality with deep roots in Christianity as well as the wisdom of other faith traditions. There are no sacred cows here; Matt values open dialogue across a wide understanding of faith and personal experiences. Practice means that there is nothing conventional, standard, or predictable about your life. Your path is a grand journey where relationships with wise travelers can be both inspiring and encouraging. This growth takes wo ...
 
Hosted by the Faith To Go team in the Episcopal Diocese of San Diego, David Tremaine and Charlette Preslar, and joined the each week by a special guest, the Faith To Go Podcast highlights themes from the Sunday Gospel reading for you to take into your faith discussions and reflections throughout the week. All of the Faith To Go resources can be found on our website at www.myfaithtogo.org
 
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In today's Community Update, Head of School Fr. Scott Brown takes a look back at the first full week of hybrid instruction and emphasizes the importance of every member in our community following the protocols and procedures we have for being on campus. Abiding by the rules and being disciplined while we are both on and off campus will allow us to …
 
The Rev. Mike Angell speaks with Noah Bullock and Osvaldo Lapuente from Cristosal. They talk about the state of human rights work in El Salvador and the Central American region. We also reflect together on our shared realities, and how focusing on human rights and dignity can see us through emergency situations when governments are challenging norm…
 
"I don’t know what the outcome of our work will be. In terms of, will I produce the right amount of justice, freedom, and peace? Will I personally participate in the work enough that I’ve earned my status as Christian, as Beloved? But the gospel today tells me to get rid of that fear. To drop my judgment. To cease from trying to figure out who dese…
 
September 13, 2020: May God’s words be spoken, may God’s words be heard. Amen. As I was writing this sermon, I kept seeing the sights and sounds of the week against the backdrop of the scriptures, and my heart broke. The picture of a boy who was found holding on to his dog as they died trying to escape the flames of the wildfires, the sound of booi…
 
Welcome to Season 3 of Episcopal Youth Ministry in ATL. In this season, the team will be providing a new format. Every other episode will be a "how-to" approach to youth ministry and opposite episodes will be a discussion will on a hot button and its context in youth ministry. In the premiere episode of Season 3, our hosts are talking about privile…
 
Clergy: The Rev Kenneth L. Chumbley, The Rev Mark W. OhlemierPreacher: The Rev Kenneth L. ChumbleySoloist: Tim StokeOrganist: Catherine Wong The bulletin for this service can be found at https://christepiscopalchurch.com/bul...Music published under ONE LICENSE #732147-A. All rights reserved.Christ Episcopal Church welcomes your support of this and …
 
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