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Welcome! These are sermons from the Chapel of the Cross in Madison, Mississippi! We hope you will join us on Sundays at 7:30, 8:45, 11, or 5. Intro music credit: "Jerusalem," composed by Sir Charles Hubert Parry, and performed by Terry Yount & Chris Dolske on their album "God of Grace and Glory." Used with permission.

The Chapel of the Cross The Chapel of the Cross

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Welcome! These are sermons from the Chapel of the Cross in Madison, Mississippi! We hope you will join us on Sundays at 7:30, 8:45, 11, or 5. Intro music credit: "Jerusalem," composed by Sir Charles Hubert Parry, and performed by Terry Yount & Chris Dolske on their album "God of Grace and Glory." Used with permission.

    Christ the King 2020

    Christ the King 2020

    The Rev. Ben Robertson preaches a sermon for Christ the King Sunday (22 November 2020) at the Chapel of the Cross

    • 9 min
    23 Pentecost 2020

    23 Pentecost 2020

    The Rev. Ben Robertson preaches a sermon for 23 Pentecost (8 November) 2020 at the Chapel of the Cross.

    • 9 min
    All Saints Day 2020

    All Saints Day 2020

    The Rev. Will Compton preaches a sermon for All Saints' Day at the Chapel of the Cross.

    • 11 min
    21 Pentecost 2020

    21 Pentecost 2020

    The Rev. Ben Robertson preaches a sermon for 21 Pentecost at the Chapel of the Cross.

    • 10 min
    20 Pentecost 2020

    20 Pentecost 2020

    The Rev. Will Compton preaches a sermon for 20 Pentecost at the Chapel of the Cross.

    • 11 min
    19 Pentecost 2020

    19 Pentecost 2020

    The Rev. Ben Robertson preaches a sermon for 19 Pentecost at the Chapel of the Cross.

    • 8 min

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Thoughtful, challenging sermons every week!

I am so thankful for this podcast! Even if I can’t make it to church, I can listen anytime to sermons that challenge me and inspire me throughout the week.

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An active, historic, and impactful community of faith.

Full disclosure: I work at the Chapel. However, this is deeply resonant place: profoundly beautiful, rich with history, and richer still with warm and generous people who celebrate our Episcopal tradition and feel called to do God's work in the world. Little ones scamper across the grounds and older folks share wonderful fellowship. All are welcome here. You should visit - you will be blessed by the experience.

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