Romans: Saved for Mission

Ryan ThompsonPastor Ryan Thompson | Romans 9:1-5 |

In Romans chapters 9 and 10, Paul explores the ramifications of the gospel for his Jewish kin. He wrestles with questions of God’s sovereignty and the means by which salvation is declared. Paul is passionate for his fellow Jews and seeks to declare the gospel to them in hopes that they will come to salvation by faith in Christ. Join Ryan Thompson as he applies these powerful chapters to the lives of our Cathedral family.

 

Romans: Saved for Mission

Mr. Matthew Lambert | Romans 8:31-39 |

In the conclusion to Romans 8, Paul delivers a rousing summation of our Christian freedoms and an powerful declaration of God’s radical love for us. In times of great trial, these words take on a new and vibrant life. Join vestry member, Matt Lambert, as he applies God’s statement of ultimate faithfulness to our uncertain and shifting surroundings.

 

Romans: Saved for Mission

The Rev. David Alwine | Romans 8:26-34 |

Romans 8 provides a moving account of the Holy Spirit’s action in the lives of believers. This description includes the unusual language of the Spirit “groaning” on our behalf. What does this say about God, and how does Spirit to “groan” for us? Join Rev. David as he explores this unique phrase and its implications for us.

 

Romans: Saved for Mission

The Rev. Patrick Schlabs | Romans 8:18-25 |

In Romans chapter 8, Paul explores life in the Spirit. The Spirit is given to God’s children to bring about new creation in their lives even while they live in a broken world. Paul shows the Spirit as the connection between the ‘already’ of God’s kingdom and the ‘not yet’ of the Christian life. Listen as Patrick Schlabs shows how the Spirit brings hope in suffering and assures us of the future renewal of all creation as well as our physical bodies.

 

Romans: Saved for Mission

Mr. Jacob Graudin | Romans 8:7-17 |

The first half of Romans chapter 8 describes a new kind of existence for God’s people: life in the Spirit. What does it mean to live life in the Spirit? What does this life in the Spirit look like, and why does it so often feel like the Christian life is anything but Spirit-filled? Join Jacob as he wrestles with these questions and finds deep and important answers in the pages of Scripture.

 

Romans: Saved for Mission

The Rev. Patrick Schlabs | Romans 6:1-11 |

Continuing our series on Romans, Rev. Patrick dives into chapter six, wherein St. Paul writes that Christians are to consider themselves “dead to sin and alive to God in Christ Jesus.” What is the meaning of this paradoxical status? How does it affect our lives with God and with one another? Join Rev. Patrick as he unpacks the meaning of our death and our life in Christ.

 

Romans: Saved for Mission

The Rev. David Alwine | Romans 5:12-23 |

Beginning our summer-long preaching series on the book of Romans, we examine the two monumental figures in chapter five: Adam and Jesus Christ. What does it mean that sin and death came into the world through one man? What could it mean that justification and life comes through another? Join Rev. David as he explores these figures and their impact upon us.

 

A Cathedral of Priests

Peet DickinsonJune 18th, 2017 | The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson |

Matthew 9:35-10:15

After demonstrating the work of ministry to his disciples, Jesus sends them out, two by two, to preach the Gospel of the Kingdom. In this way, they begin to fulfill their ancient call to be a “kingdom of priests.” Join the Rev. Peet as he examines the implication of this call and this sending for us.

 

The Trinity: Relating to God as He Really Is

Ryan ThompsonJune 11th, 2017 | Pastor Ryan Thompson

2 Corinthians 13:5-14

The doctrine of the Trinity is a mysterious formula that has taken the church centuries to settle and articulate. But why does it matter in our day? Join Ryan Thompson as he talks about the nature of the Trinity and why it matters for our relationship to God and to one another.

 

The Gifts of God for the People of God

June 4th, 2017 | The Reverend Patrick Schlabs

1 Corinthians 12:4-13

The Spirit of God has equipped his people with gifts for the common good. However, the church in Corinth shows how these gifts can become a source of strife and disunity instead of a manifestation of the Spirit. Join Rev. Patrick as we see how Christ emptied himself so that we might rightly use our Spirit-given gifts.

 

Sermon: May 28, 2017

Peet DickinsonMay 28, 2017 | The Very Reverend R. Peet Dickinson, IV, Dean and Rector

The Eternal Swing of Glory

John 17:1-11

For competitive rowers, swing is the experience of pure, peaceful, perfect rhythm when everyone is moving in sublime unison. It’s like a fleeting touch of heaven, but then it’s gone. Join Rev. Peet as he explores Jesus’ high priestly prayer and the swing of unison with our Heavenly Father, a union meant to last for eternity.

 

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Sermon: May 21, 2017

May 21, 2017 | The Reverend Samuel Kennedy

The Branch, the Fruit, & the True Vine

 John 15:1-11

Jesus’ final “I am” statement is a beautiful, yet somewhat puzzling, metaphor centering around his identity as “the true vine.” What does it mean to be a branch of the vine? How do we bear fruit? Join Rev. Samuel as he unpacks this passage and all it brings to bear on our lives as the product of God’s careful cultivation.

 

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Sermon: May 14, 2017

May 14, 2017 | The Rev David Alwine

“The Parting Promises of Divine Love”

John 14:1-14

At the Last Supper our Lord encourages his anxious and confused disciples after they learn He is leaving them to return to the Heavenly Father. His promises still encourage his followers today. He reassures us by explaining how his presence will guide us, reveal his love and empower us to serve.

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