Listen to sermons from Christ City Church, Washington, DC.
A Beloved Community
It is our task to be in beloved community as children of God, and Pastor Andrea Ackermann explains how we are to live this out in our context, in our community, and with these particular people. Not in spite of our differences, but in a way that fully embodies them. [Ephesians 2:13-22, Galatians 3:27-28, 2 Corinthians 5:16-20]
Pastor Justin Fung opens up our six-week series on Race, Faith, and the Kingdom of God, where we’ll move beyond just what we should know or what we should feel – and toward what we should do. [Genesis 1:27, Revelation 7:9-12]
Love & Unity Project report: https://go.christcitydc.org/lupreports2021.
Listen and Learn:
Take an implicit bias test: https://go.christcitydc.org/implicitbias.
Look up Beverly Daniel Tatum’s stages of racial identity development: https://go.christcitydc.org/racialidentitydevelopment.
Take Little Lights’ Race Literacy 101 class: https://go.christcitydc.org/raceliteracy.
Serve and Show Up:
Volunteer for a ministry team: https://christcitydc.org/connect.
Volunteer for the upcoming Miner event: https://go.christcitydc.org/outreach.
Find Your People:
CCC affinity groups: https://go.christcitydc.org/affinitygroups.
Pastor Matthew Watson closes our series on “Who We Are” by answering the questions: What is a disciple? and How are disciples made? [Deuteronomy 6:4-9; Matthew 28:18-20]
Pastor Lisa Rodriguez Watson preaches on why we love others and what that love looks like for us as individuals and as a church. [Matthew 5:43-48; Matthew 22:34-40]
In a world that is so full — of events, of emotions, of voices — it is easy to forget our identity, our calling, our convictions. In this series, we are introduced and re-introduced to the vision and mission of Christ City Church — the calling of God on each of us individually and all of us together. Pastor Justin Fung kicks off the three-week series with the most important reminder: that we are to love God, because we are loved by God. [Deuteronomy 6:4-9]
Hope in exile
Pastor Andrea Ackermann looks at Jeremiah 29 and reminds us that our hope is founded on God’s ever-present work, even in seasons and places we don’t want to be in. [Jeremiah 29:4-10]
Amazing church in DC
In a world full of polarization - especially in the church - Christ City stands out as a new way forward. Devoted to Jesus, the Bible, and community while still wrestling with very real issues in our world, they thread the needle on justice, race, sexuality, and many other human topics to show grace and love to the world.
Great podcast and church.
Evangelical but not too preachy.