We make it our goal to provide biblically rooted, Gospel-oriented messages that make contact with the 'rag and bone shop of the heart' (Yeats). It is also our attempt to proclaim God's two 'words' from Scripture -- the first 'word' is Law (which unveils to us God's glittering righteousness and disturbingly exhumes the vexed human condition) and the second word is 'Gospel' (which is a message of unadulterated and unnuanced acquittal, forgiveness, and belonging through the grace of Jesus Christ). We welcome you to tune in!
The Unambivalent Hero -Mark 11
The Rev'd Ethan Magness, Rector, preached this Palm Sunday sermon on March 28th.
Holy Monday: Sweeter than Sirens – Hebrews 10
The Rev'd Deacon Eric Phillips preaches about the author and finalizer of our faith - and it's not you!
Holy Tuesday: Cross Haters (Then & Now) -I Cor 1
The Rev'd Ethan Magness, Rector
Holy Wednesday: Different Kinds of Blood – John 13
The Rev'd Deacon Eric Phillips
Maundy Thursday: the Slave of Ragamuffins -John 13
Mr Steve Matson, Director of Family Ministries
Good Friday: The Arm -Isaiah 52-53
The Rev'd Canon Dr Donald Shepson, Campus Missioner
Thank you from Quarantine.....
Thank you for providing this podcast. My family has been strictly quarantined from COVID due to several people with very serious medical issues. We have missed church intensely, and benefited greatly from the ability to hear the word of God preached so well. Thank you!
Ethan Magness is a modern St. Paul, in my opinion. He is everything to all people to communicate the profundity of the life, death, and resurrection of the carpenter from Nazareth named Jesus.
This podcast feed has breathed life into me and my wife, and it'll do the same for you. I suggest starting with Ethan's "St. Joe" series from mid-2020 about Joseph. I'd recommend listening to his sermons multiple times. You'll be impacted each time.
Sermons that are biblical and relevant
I can’t recommend Grace Anglican sermons enough. Uplifting educational and always centered on the Grace of Jesus Christ rooted in the Word