Here you will find youth and main sermons given on Sundays...Recording of various homilies or guest speakers...Various Liturgical Services or chanting to the Glory of God...Bible Study Sessions...Orthodox Life Series topics
The Myrrhbearers and Mothers Day - Main Sermon 5/8/22
Today, the third Sunday of Pascha we celebrate the Myrrhbearing woman along with Joseph of Arimathea and Nicodemos. Today in our country we also celebrate Mother's Day. We hear from the Book of Proverbs "Train up a child the way he should go, and when he is old he will not depart from it". We are to continue to be a parish that works along side every mom and dad as they raise their child(ren) following the direction of our Lord and His Church. This sermon also shares a story about a protective mom who referenced herself as a "Momma Bear."
Palm Sunday, Holy Week and Us - Main Sermon
Palm Sunday is a bright day in the life of the church, yet it also has sadness mixed with it. With this day we remember how our Lord was welcomed with excitement, yet we know that those shouting his praise would later shout out for His crucifixion. What about us? What is our focus here today? What will our focus being later during this Great and Holy Week?
Belief, Unbelief and the Power of God - Main Sermon 4/3/22
Belief, unbelief, doubt. Faith is a process, and we ascend (through the Church and her teachings) in wisdom and knowledge. When we see our human weakness at times it is because of Satan's grip, yet we must remember that Jesus is the strongest. Faith is not always clear, it has confusion, it has doubt, yet we are reminding to have faith in the One Who Is.
Getting Up When We Fall Down - Youth Sermon 4/3/22
We can learn a lot about our spiritual life from riding a bike. When we first learned how to ride it was easy because of the training wheels. Then one day, they came off. We fell, cried, and wanted to the training wheels back on. What does this have to do with our spiritual lives listen
The Holy Cross and the Crosses We Bear - Main Sermon 3/27/22
We have been quite comfortable with Crucifixion, yet at the time of Christ it was seen as utter humiliation, a cruel and unusual form of punishment. Yet what about our cross that we are to take up and follow Christ? This cross that we take up requires time and endurance and it can bring pain and suffering as well and sometimes we might want to cut our cross down (see image for example). Yet we do not take up our cross to reject life but rather to save life. Listen for more.
The Cross: The Symbol and The Prayer - Youth Sermon
The Third Sunday of Great Lent is of the Holy Cross. Why? What is the Cross for us? Did you know that it can also be a prayer? Listen for more
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