The Very Rev. Ed McNeill
Luke 7:1-10
18 mins 26 secs
Views: 304
A Centurion asks Jesus to heal his servant. Jesus agrees and offers to come. The Centurion politely refuses and says that Jesus' order is enough, as a man under authority he understands that commands are to be followed. Jesus marvel's at his faith. So should we.
The Very Rev. Ed McNeill
John 16:12-15
30 mins 34 secs
Views: 330
We experience God in marvelous and mysterious ways. God's ways are not our ways though and every attempt to explain God as both One and Trinity inevitably fall short of the true glory of God. This Sunday Fr. Ed will most assuredly not attempt to explain the Trinity. In his great work "On The Trinity", St. Augustine writes "If you deny the trinity you lose your soul, if you try to explain the trinity you shall lose your mind." This Sunday Fr. Ed will preach on ways the Holy Spirit leads and guides us. Much, much safer territory!
The Very Rev. Ed McNeill
John 14:8-17 & John 14:25-27
12 mins 50 secs
Views: 270
Pentecost was one of the annual feasts celebrated throughout Israel during Jesus' earthly ministry. In the Qumran Community and perhaps elsewhere in Israel Pentecost was the celebration of the events at Mt. Sinai. At Mt. Sinai, God came down and dwelt among the People of Israel. This Sunday we remember and celebrate the first Pentecost after Jesus' Resurrection and Ascension.
The Rev. Cindy Stansbury
Luke 24:44-53
9 mins 22 secs
Views: 249
Jesus appeared to many people in Jerusalem in the weeks following his resurrection. Following these physical appearances Jesus ascended into heaven. Just as Jesus had taken on flesh to dwell among us, he returned to heaven and to His Heavenly Father. The ultimate homecoming. We rejoice with Angels the good news of Jesus' triumphal return to heaven even as we reflect on the very important question the Angels asked Jesus' disciples.
The Very Rev. Ed McNeill
John 14:23-29
9 mins 1 sec
Views: 307
Jesus promised us that when two or three are gathered in his name he would be with us. This is true. Sometimes we don't experience his presence, and other times we are intensely aware of God's abiding presence as we experience the activity of the Holy Spirit or a sense of peaceful abiding in God's presence.
The Rev. Cindy Stansbury
John 13:31-35
13 mins 6 secs
Views: 288
Love one another, Jesus commands, in this sermon we are challenged to pray for one another, share our lives with one another and come together to worship.
The Very Rev. Ed McNeill
John 13:31-35
9 mins 55 secs
Views: 311
In this weeks Gospel Jesus has a conversation with people who just don't understand who he is. If they did they would live life differently. This raises a question for us: are we living like we believe? The enemy rejoices when we live like we believe in part. This Sunday we will remember what Jesus promises to those who believe and follow. Together we will try to live more fully Christian lives.
The Rev. Ken Dean
John 21:1-19
23 mins 8 secs
Views: 301
Jesus calls us to be fishers of men, to reach and care for his sheep.
The Very Rev. Ed McNeill
John 20:19-31
12 mins 7 secs
Views: 294
This Sunday we begin with Jesus' appearance in the Upper Room. Thomas wasn't there and could not believe what he was hearing. Hence his nick name "Doubting Thomas". This Sunday we will reflect on the first words Jesus spoke to the disciples in the Upper Room. They really are amazing and so important for us to hear again.
The Very Rev. Ed McNeill
John 20:1-18
15 mins 36 secs
Views: 292
Jesus' Resurrection changed everything. Sense emerged from Non Sense.