Podcast by Saint James Church Alexandria VA
Ephesians- Part 1
Why this letter of Paul? And who are these "Ephesians" to whom Paul is writing? This week we begin a series on a relatively short letter in the New Testament. We read the letter to the Ephesians to catch a glimpse of the early church and what it meant and means to follow the path of Jesus. Join us Sunday at 11AM Eastern online.
God Is Not An Either:Or
This Sunday is celebrated in many churches as Trinity Sunday; it is an opportunity to talk about the theology of our God who is Three-in-One and One-in-Three. Still when it comes down to everyday living, we may wonder what this enigmatic understanding of God has to do with us. This Sunday Pastor James will do his best to talk about the impact of Trinity on our faith and way of living.
Life Happens: The Final Word
Ezekiel was a prophet speaking his visions of God's life-giving power. He spoke hope into a hopeless time. Can we hear echoes of our calling in a prophet who died centuries before Jesus was born? Join us Sunday when we catch a glimpse of what God might do even among the dry bones.
Life Happens - Sent In The World
Jesus prays a beautiful prayer for us. He talks about to whom we belong. He talks passing along his word. And he talks about responsibility for us and the responsibility we bear as receivers of the gift. What does this prayer mean for us? Join us Sunday at 11AM Eastern online as we wrestle with this text to find a meaning for today.
Life Happens: Friends with Jesus
Have you ever "awakened" to realize there was more than you ever imagined? Perhaps it was a relationship that meant more than you thought. Perhaps it was something else altogether. Life is surprising when it is happening. This week we're going to look at the surprise the gospel of John recounts of Jesus' final commandment. And perhaps it not quite as surprising as we might think.
Life Happens: Scandalously Particular
Life happens in big and small ways. Last week we talked about Jesus handing on his mantle to us, all of us, as he did to Simon Peter in John 21. Are we each meant to replicate the things that Jesus did and, if so, in what way? What does that look like in practicality? This Sunday we will explore the ongoing, life-giving mission we are called to emulate and “particulate” in our everyday lives. Join us at 11AM Eastern online!
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Sermons from a Virginia pastor who is a student of the Center for Action and Contemplation.
Great church! Very welcoming and loving. Relaxed vibe and a community all about serving others and embodying Jesus.