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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.
 
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Often systems of power silence victims, as seen in the beheading of John the Baptist for speaking the truth. But, Jesus' life and teaching shows us that all voices are valued and honored. True power lies not in violence or hatred, but in God’s redeeming love.
 
Play Video Grace Episcopal Church Sheboygan, Wisconsin The Eighth Sunday after Pentecost [Proper 10 B] Amos 7.7-15 Psalm 85.8-13 Ephesians 1.3-14 Mark 6.14-29 May the Lord be in my mind, on my lips, and in my heart, that I may rightly and truly proclaim His holy Gospel. Who do you listen to? Who do you pay attention to? I’ll state right up fron ...…
 
Text: 2 Samuel 6:1-5, 12b-19 Preacher: The Rev. Neal McGowan Listen (Right click to download)
 
Jesus talks about how prophets are not always welcomed in their own hometown or family. Often, we let our preconcieved notions and past experinces with others prevent us from seeing how God is at work in their lives making them new. And, likewise, our past doesn't have to hold us back from letting God do a new thing in us.…
 
Play Video Grace Episcopal Church Sheboygan, Wisconsin The Sixth Sunday after Pentecost [Proper 9 B] Ezekiel 2.1-5 Psalm 123 2 Corinthians 12.2-10 Mark 6.1-13 May the Lord be in my mind, on my lips, and in my heart, that I may rightly and truly proclaim His holy Gospel. In his short story The Remarkable Rocket, Oscar Wilde tells the tale of a f ...…
 
Text: Mark 6:1-13 Preacher: The Rev. Neal McGowan Listen (Right click to download)
 
6th Week after Pentecost Year B Jesus is returning from the Gentile side of the Sea of Galilee having just delivered the Gerasene demoniac from a group of demons who named themselves after a Roman military force called Legion. Somehow word has preceded Jesus trek back across the water and there is a great crowd waiting for him, just like the on ...…
 
God's healing in our lives may not always look like we think it should. But, there is no season in our lives that isn't touched by God's grace. Jesus is always committed to people being whole and thriving.
 
Play Video Grace Episcopal Church Sheboygan, Wisconsin The Sixth Sunday after Pentecost [Proper 8 B] Wisdom of Solomon 1.13-15, 2.23-24 Psalm 30 2 Cor. 8.7-15 Mark 5.21-43 May the Lord be in my mind, on my lips, and in my heart, that I may rightly and truly proclaim His holy Gospel. “She had heard about Jesus, and came up behind him in the crow ...…
 
Text: Mark 5:21-43 Preacher: The Rev. Aaron M. G. Zimmerman Listen (Right click to download)
 
Fifth Sunday after Pentecost Year B Fear rises up from the depths of our lives, sometimes when we least expect it, like a storm we didn’t see coming, like a whirlwind that catches us by surprise. And while many of our fears are well-founded, like the storm the disciples encountered on the lake with Jesus, many have little basis in reality, they ...…
 
Jesus calls us out of our lives of comfort to share His love and peace with the oppressed, the refugee, the poor, the stranger. We are called to be beacons of light and joy, so that they may experience God every day.
 
Text: Mark 4:35-41 Preacher: The Rev. Aaron M. G. Zimmerman Listen (Right click to download)
 
The parables of the Bible call us to see the world differently. They challenge the status quo, calling us to do and to act and to speak differently than the world.
 
Play Video Grace Episcopal Church Sheboygan, Wisconsin The Fourth Sunday after Pentecost [Proper 6 B] Ezekiel 17.22-24, Psalm 92.1-4, 11-14, 2 Cor. 5.6-17, Mark 4.26-34 May the Lord be in my mind, on my lips, and in my heart, that I may rightly and truly proclaim His holy Gospel. Does your faith precede you or tag along? Put another way, is you ...…
 
Text: I Samuel 8:4-11, 16-20 Preacher: The Rev. Neal McGowan Listen (Right click to download)
 
Second Sunday after Pentecost Year B The gate was pad-locked and the fence was eight to ten feet high as I recall, but my friend and I were determined to get in, so we climbed over. The sun was out, a gentle breeze blowing, the temperature was hovering around 75 degrees – it was a perfect day to play some tennis and take a break from our studie ...…
 
Samuel's calling reminds us that no matter our age, our background, how capable or incapable, that God knows us and has known us since the beginning. God has given us all passions and talents and abilities to use for his kingdom, and God has called each of us to a ministry of some kind.
 
Play Video Grace Episcopal Church Sheboygan, Wisconsin The Second Sunday after Pentecost (Proper 4 B) Deut. 5.12—15 Psalm 81.1—10 2 Cor. 4.5—12 Mark 2.23—3.6 Deuteronomy 5.12—15 Deuteronomy is the fifth and last book of the Pentateuch or Torah (the Law). The title comes from the Greek version of the Old Testament (the Septuagint or LXX). Deuter ...…
 
Text: Mark 2:23-3:6 Preacher: The Rev. Aaron M. G. Zimmerman Listen (Right click to download)
 
Trinity Sunday, Year B Within Reach Last week, a film crew shut down my street for two evenings. They were shooting scenes for season 3 of a show called “True Detective.” (If you’ve never seen “True Detective,” it’s on HBO, and viewer discretion is highly advised.) One of the stars of this new season is a man named Mahershala Ali. He’s been in ...…
 
Play Video Grace Episcopal Church Sheboygan, Wisconsin Trinity Sunday (The First Sunday after Pentecost) Isaiah 6.1-8 Psalm 29 Romans 8.12-17 John 3.1-17 The Lectionary for Trinity Sunday includes the description of a theophany (a manifestation of God), described from a human perspective; the psalm’s description of God’s power; and Jesus’ refer ...…
 
In the book of Acts, we see that even in the early church people struggled to live by the Spirit. Paul tells us that we are adopted into God's family. Being family means that we have a responsibility to love, care and provide for one another, despite our differences. Family is about providing a place for all people to be loved and to belong.…
 
Text: John 3:1-17 Preacher: The Rt. Rev. Dena Harrison, Bishop Suffragan, Diocese of Texas Listen (Right click to download)
 
Pentecost Year B Remember a few weeks ago one of our readings was about the Ethiopian Eunuch who was travelling home after the Feast of Passover in Jerusalem and he didn’t understand what he was reading from Isaiah’s prophecy about the suffering servant. Philip the Deacon shows up and explains how Jesus is the fulfillment of that prophesy. Toda ...…
 
Play Video Grace Episcopal Church Sheboygan, Wisconsin The Feast of Pentecost (Year B) Acts 2.1-21 Psalm 104.25-35, 37 Romans 8.22-27 John 15.26-27; 16.4b-15 Alleluia. Christ is risen. The Lord is risen indeed. Alleluia. “When the Spirit of truth comes, he will guide you into all truth …” That sounds comforting, but vague, because what we agree ...…
 
On Pentecost Sunday we celebrate the birthday of the church. Pentecost in Acts 2 begins a movement of uniting all people. We see God's vision of inclusion for all people from all nations. The Spirit that came upon the church then, is the same Spirit that is upon the church now. And God's vision then, is still God's vision for his church now.…
 
Text: John 15:26-27;16:4b-15 Preacher: The Rev. Neal McGowan Listen (Right click to download)
 
7th Sunday of Easter Year B The Gospel reading you just heard is part of what is commonly called Jesus’ high priestly prayer, toward the end of a much longer passage where Jesus is speaking to his disciples at the Last Supper. Immediately after Jesus concludes this prayer for his disciples, he will travel to the Garden of Gethsemane where he wi ...…
 
Our guest this episode is writer, teacher, and Episcopal priest, the Rev. Katherine Bush. Katherine is a lifelong Memphian, as well as a graduate of Rhodes College and Virginia Theological Seminary. She has served parishes in the Diocese of West Tennessee, and currently works as the Chaplain at St. Mary's Episcopal School. This evening we will ...…
 
On Mother's Day, Rev. Kirsten encourages us to see God as Mother. The Bible is filled with metaphors of God as feminine. Opening our hearts to know God in this way expands the ways we see God working in the Sacramental Moments of our lives each day.
 
Text: Luke 24:44-53 Preacher: The Rev. Aaron M. G. Zimmerman Listen (Right click to download)
 
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