A Podcast of the Sunday Episcopal Lectionary
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Best Lectionary podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Lectionary podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
Updated July 2020
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A Worldwide Classic This plan follows the Daily Office Lectionary found in The Book of Common Prayer (1979) used worldwide by Anglicans and Episcopalians. Over the course of 2 years, enjoy daily readings comprised of passages from the Psalms, Old Testament, New Testament, and Gospels. © 2017 Crossway. All Rights Reserved.
Come on in and set a spell with "Two Bubbas and a Bible"
Pulpit Fiction is a podcast hosted by Rev. Eric Fistler and Rev. Robb McCoy. It is a conversation guided by the Revised Common Lectionary, and includes thoughts about pop culture and current events. It is for preachers looking for inspiration as well as any person of faith willing to think critically about their faith and the Bible.
10:55 AM Worship Service at First United Methodist Church of West Point, MS.
Biblical Sermons and Lectio Divina from Church of the Redeemer in Camden, NC. An Anglican Church. Feedback is invited at email@example.com
Charles St-Onge, Lutheran missionary and pastor, shares the Good News of Jesus Christ.
Subscribe to hear the story of one of the venerable Saints commemorated each day in the Orthodox Church.
Weekly reflections from Mike Rinehart, bishop of the Texas-Louisiana Gulf Coast Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. Podcast includes relevant ideas about preaching on the revised common lectionary.
Discover the Lectionary is intended to bring you closer to God through a more profound experience of encountering the Bible. Many churches throughout the world share in the standard reading of specific scriptures each Sunday according to a three-year (A, B, C) cycle. Typically, the Sunday readings include one from the Old Testament, a Psalm, one from the Epistles, and a Gospel reading. Each Discover the Lectionary episode reflects the prescribed texts for each Sunday according to the Revised ...
This podcast is made available from Bethlehem Lutheran Church. Saint Cloud, MN
This podcast features a weekly sermon by the Rev. John C. Preus, pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church (LCMS) in Cheyenne, Wyoming. Trinity uses the historic one-year lectionary.
Listen along to each Sunday's set of Scripture passages: an Old Testament (or a portion of Acts during Easter), Psalm, New Testament Epistle and Gospel.
Kirk Thinking. . .
Audio from Pastor Danny's sermons at the Bridle Creek Circuit.
A Lectionary Podcast by Crackers & Grape Juice
These are sermons from Rev. Meg Lindsay Dudley at the historic Bluff Presbyterian Church in Wade, NC.
Listening to the Bible changes the way you understand scripture. Each week on This Week’s Lectionary with the CEB, you’ll hear that week’s scriptures from the revised common lectionary in the Common English Bible translation. Our audio version of the Bible was produced with a multitude of diverse voices. The Common English Bible Translation: An Invitation to Engage with Scripture with Your Heart and Mind Readable: It means more than reading phrases on a page. It means truly comprehending the ...
WorkingPreacher.org now features the "I Love to Tell the Story," a weekly podcast that invites you into a conversation on the Narrative Lectionary Scripture passages for the coming Sunday. The conversations will be fun, informative, and creative--and will help you and your congregation become "fluent in the first language of faith."
Join the Rev. Jacob Smith and the Rev. Aaron Zimmerman each week as they break down the lectionary texts for the coming Sunday with Gospel insight, a few (in)appropriate cultural references, and a heart for the sufferer in the pew—and the pulpit. All in 25 minutes or less. Lectionary readings here: http://www.lectionarypage.net/.
Daily scripture readings and commentary on the lectionary of the Orthodox Church.
My sermons are not really meant to be written down.
Sunday sermons preached at St. George's Anglican Church, Gate Pa, Tauranga. These are mostly based on the RCL Lectionary readings for that Sunday, with a few variations for our own lectionary in this Province, and special events here at Gate Pa.
Weekly Verbatim Psalms from the Catholic Lectionary
Soulfull Sundays is a weekly worship gathering at St. Mark's Episcopal Church in Houston, TX. This podcast is a glimpse into our weekly 5pm liturgy, with a Scripture reading, homily, and musical worship.
First Reading offers exegetical resources for the Old Testament Lectionary reading each week. Hosts Rachel Wrenn and Tim McNinch are PhD students at Emory University. Each month, they invite a leading Hebrew Bible scholar for a longer conversation about the nitty-gritty of the week's text.
Christ-Centered, Cross-Focused Talk Radio
Each week, I preach a sermon into the mirror.
Prepare your heart, and the hearts of your children, by listening to this Sunday’s Gospel. The Gospel is paraphrased for younger children and read for older children, followed by engaging questions to help us think about what we’ve heard.
A weekly podcast where a Biblical scholar and a Minister explore one of the lectionary texts to equip preachers to proclaim the Word.
For over 6 years, Brian G. Murphy and Fr. Shannon TL Kearns have shared an LGBTQ perspective on a different Bible passage each week. Most weeks, the show covers a passage from the upcoming Sunday's lectionary but also occasionally covers current event, special themes, and important events like Coming Out Day or Transgender Day of Remembrance. Join tens of thousands of listeners from around the world for the Bible, every week, queered.
WorkingPreacher.org's Sermon Brainwave podcast is a weekly conversation on the Revised Common Lectionary readings for the coming Sunday. The conversations (hosted by Luther Seminary faculty) are fun, informative and creative -- and just may give you the spark that ignites your own sermon brainwave!
Sermons preached at Peace Lutheran Church, Oelwein, IA and Our Redeemer Lutheran Church, Independence, IA. This is a dual parish of The Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod. We use the one year, historic lectionary.
This podcast features a weekly sermon by the Rev. Charles L. McClean, pastor of Our Saviour Lutheran Church (LCMS) in Baltimore, Maryland. Our Saviour uses the historic one-year lectionary.
Surviving the Bible seeks to get your sermon/service prep jumpstarted by homing in on crucial issues and themes in the passages and talking through possible opportunities and issues in preaching the various texts. We’ll aim for Lectionary commentary that is sharp and practical, maybe seasoned with a pinch of snark. Join Rev. Amy Piatt, Dr. Tripp Fuller, and guru impersonator Christian Piatt for some weekly fun.
Discussing common themes between the weekly Scripture readings we hear at church, and the Harry Potter books and movies. Support us at Patreon.com/hpatchurch and ko-fi.com/hpatchurch
Once a month Lydia and Becca focus on a lectionary or liturgical aspect of worship and discuss creative things you can do in worship or in the life of the congregation in "What's Brewing?". Each episode also include Scripture Shots with a quick creative thing you can do each week based on the Revised Common Lectionary and a Chaser which is a shout out to another resource you can turn to for creative worship. All this is done with some favorite or punny beer, cider, wine or alcohol suggestions.
An Unconventional, No-Apologies Exposition of God's Grace from an Evangelical-Methodist Point of View
Revised Common Lectionary Biblical texts are briefly discussed with insight and humor.
Following the format of the Common Lectionary, Pastor Adam Ericksen and Lindsey Paris-Lopez explore passages of scripture together, sharing insights, real-life applications, and meaning for the modern world. “Jesus Unmasked” seeks to remove the masks of exclusive theology and violent cultural lenses that obscure the truth of Jesus’s unconditional love. Scripture passages are read from the Revised Standard Version of the Bible. "Jesus Unmasked" is a Raven Foundation production.
July 12, 2020 Old Testament: Genesis 25:19-34 Psalter: Psalm 119:105-112 Epistle Lesson: Romans 8:1-11 Gospel Lesson: Matthew 13:1-9, 18-23 S.D.G.By Pastor R. Bret Walker
Proper 10 First Psalm: Psalms 148–150 Psalms 148–150 (Listen) Praise the Name of the Lord 148 Praise the LORD! Praise the LORD from the heavens; praise him in the heights! 2 Praise him, all his angels; praise him, all his hosts! 3 Praise him, sun and moon, praise him, all you shining stars! 4 Praise him, you highest heavens, and you waters above th…
Dr. Carl Fickenscher of Concordia Theological Seminary-Ft. Wayne, IN Concordia Theological Seminary-Fort WayneBy Lutheran Public Radio
Proper 10 (15) Sixth Sunday after Pentecost (Year A, 2019-2020) Genesis 25:19-34 • Psalm 119:105-112 • Romans 8:1-11 • Matthew 13:1-9, 18-23By Richard Parrish, Bob Ravenscroft, LuAnn Roberson
For the Sixth Sunday after Pentecost, Delmer and John are stirring up trouble in the womb with Jacob and Esau and searching for sermon material in Romans and the fertile fields of Matthew's gospel. Special musical guests are The Chicks performing There's Your Trouble.By John Fairless and Delmer Chilton
This rebroadcast of a 2016 podcast discusses the Narrative Lectionary preaching series on 2 Corinthians. Note that the podcast covers the entire series. In this recording they refer to a six-week series, but the summer 2020 version of the preaching series has been adapted to a five-week series spanning read more...…
TheCollect: O Lord, make us have perpetual love and reverence foryour holy Name, for you never fail to help and govern those whom youhave set upon the sure foundation of your loving kindness; throughJesus Christ our Lord, who lives and reigns with you and the HolySpirit, one God, for ever and ever.Amen. Track1 Old Testament: Genesis 21:8-21. Track …
In today’s episode, we answer a reader question from Tumblr regarding ways to talk about the Bible as communicative of revelation. This person also asks, “Or are the scriptures only inspired in a relativized sense alongside great works of literature, poetry, etc ?” We then queer the text from Psalm that perfectly ties to the Tumblr question. Stay t…
Proclus was the uncle of Hilarius; both were from Kallippi in Asia during the reign of Trajan. When Proclus was brought to be tried as a Christian, the judge asked him 'Of what race are you?' Proclus answered 'I am of the race of Christ, and my hope is in my God.' When the judge threatened to torture him, he said 'When you are afraid to transgress …
Proper 9 First Psalm: Psalms 20–21 Psalms 20–21 (Listen) Trust in the Name of the Lord Our God To the choirmaster. A Psalm of David. 20 May the LORD answer you in the day of trouble! May the name of the God of Jacob protect you! 2 May he send you help from the sanctuary and give you support from Zion! 3 May he remember all your offerings and regard…
"Saint Olga, renowned for her wisdom and sobriety, in her youth became the wife of Igor, Great Prince of Kiev, who ruled during the tenth century. After her husband's death, she herself ruled capably, and was finally moved to accept the Faith of Christ. She travelled to Constantinople to receive Holy Baptism. The Emperor, seeing her outward beauty …
Join Profs. Rolf Jacobson, Karoline Lewis, Joy J. Moore, and Matt Skinner for a conversation on the Revised Common Lectionary texts for July 19, 2020 (Seventh Sunday after Pentecost - Ordinary 16A). Recorded via Zoom on June 11, 2020, for Working Preacher. Watch video version at https://youtu.be/qvgtK0jYQos read more...…
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Proper 9 First Psalm: Psalms 16–17 Psalms 16–17 (Listen) You Will Not Abandon My Soul A Miktam1 of David. 16 Preserve me, O God, for in you I take refuge. 2 I say to the LORD, “You are my Lord; I have no good apart from you.” 3 As for the saints in the land, they are the excellent ones, in whom is all my delight.2 4 The sorrows of those who run aft…
For the Born Again Christian, Paul's struggle between his sinful flesh and his regenerate spirit as recorded in Romans chapter 7 is all too real. But we can take comfort in knowing that this struggle is an indication of the grace that is already at work within us. Romans 7:15-25 Recorded at Ebenezer UMC on July 9, 2017 (Originally published July 10…
Romans 16:1-16Matthew 13:4-9By Fr Thomas Soroka and Ancient Faith Radio
During a persecution of Christians in the reign of the Emperor Licinius, Leontius and several of his companions came before the Imperial governor in Nikopolis of Armenia, and declared themselves as Christians. They were whipped and thrown into prison, where they were given no food or drink; but a Christian noblewoman secretly brought them water, an…
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Read more on BishopMike.com July 19, 2020 is Pentecost 7A/Proper 11A/Ordinary 17A Genesis 28:10-19a OR Wisdom of Solomon 12:13, 16-19 OR Isaiah 44:6-8 Psalm 139:1-12, 23-24 OR Psalm 86:11-17 Romans 8:12-25 Matthew 13:24-30, 36-43By Bishop Michael Rinehart
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Proper 9 First Psalm: Psalm 18:1–20 Psalm 18:1–20 (Listen) The Lord Is My Rock and My Fortress To the choirmaster. A Psalm of David, the servant of the LORD, who addressed the words of this song to the LORD on the day when the LORD delivered him from the hand of all his enemies, and from the hand of Saul. He said: 18 I love you, O LORD, my strength…
Romans 15:17-29Matthew 12:46-13:3By Fr Thomas Soroka and Ancient Faith Radio
He was born in Antioch during the years that Christ walked in the flesh in Palestine. His parents, hearing of Christ's miracles and teaching, journeyed to Jerusalem, bringing their young son Pancratius. There all three of them saw and listened to Jesus Himself, and met the disciple Peter as well. After the Ascension, Pancratius and his parents were…