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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.
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.
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.
Sermon broadcast from the Episcopal Church of the Redeemer, Jacksonville, FL.
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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Mtr. Sarah shares that repentence is more about how we live our life today, by turning to God, as we live in Christ.
"Who am I that I should go to Pharaoh, and bring the Israelites out of Egypt" (Ex. 3)?
The chaplain for the San Francisco 49ers and the Golden State Warriors, and former chaplain for San Quentin, on sports and the spirit.
Fr. Wiley encourages you to search for those places where God is absent and then take that place to God in prayer.
The best-selling author on Grace Cathedral’s Year of the Body, with her fascinating perspectives on death, sex, eating, spaceflight, and war.
"Blessed is the one who comes in the name of the Lord" (Luke 13).
Fr. Wiley invites you to let God fill you with the power to withstand the storms of life.
The co-founder of one of the first digital social networks on effecting positive change.
“I have come to call not the righteous but sinners to repentance” (Lk. 5).
Two sermons from The Vine on Ash Wednesday. “We are treated as impostors, and yet are true… as having nothing, and yet possessing everything” (2 Cor. 6).
Fr. Wiley challenges us to be the spotter as we look at our darkness this Lent, and let God's grace destroy that which is seeking to destroy us.
Fr. Wiley challenges us to give up something in Lent that you intend to give up for good, and let God transform your life.
The innovative choreographer on the beauty of the Hawai’ian hula and his transformative work with prisoners
Fr. Wiley shares that love without reservation is the only kind of love that brings transformation.
"Love your enemies, do good to those who hate you, bless those who curse you" (Lk. 6).
Tomiquia Moss in conversation with The Very Rev. Dr. Malcolm C. Young
Fr. Wiley describes a God who is not comfortable until all are comforted.
A sermon on Jeremiah 17:5-10 for the Sixth Sunday after the Epiphany by the Rev. Jimmy Abbott.
Fr. Wiley reminds us that whatever we fear, we face with Christ - and fear is turned to victory.
David Thomson in conversation with The Very Rev. Dr. Malcolm C. Young
A sermon by the Rev. Jimmy Abbott for the Fifth Sunday after the Epiphany, Scout Sunday. Luke 5:1-11
Fr. Wiley shares that the mission of Jesus is about loving more than just those who love him, and he intends for us to help him accomplish the mission.
John Philip Newell in conversation with The Very Rev. Dr. Malcolm C. Young.
Fr. Wiley challenges us and asks the question of whether or not we're accomplishing those things our Savior has set out to do.
A sermon for Sunday, January 27, 2019 by our seminarian, Rhonda Rogers.
Bishop Howard describes how God saves the very best for last and the best is yet to come.
A panel discussion moderated by Dr. Clayborne Carson and featuring the Rev. Dr. Andrea C. White, presented in partnership with The Northern California Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Foundation. Organized around the MLK2019 theme of Weâ��re In This Together, the conversation is designed to create a space to critique, analyze and thoughtfu ...…
Alan Hirsch in conversation with The Very Rev. Dr. Malcolm C. Young
Fr. Wiley offers the invitation of baptism where water begins the lifelong work of separating the wheat from chaff in each of us.
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