Sermons

At the Cathedral, our sermons seek to faithfully exposit the Scripture and display relevant application to modern life while seeking to reveal the gospel in every passage.

Come and See

The Rev. Patrick Schlabs | John 1:43-51 After John’s poetic prologue, his gospel becomes a story of witnesses who invite others to come and see Jesus. In an age where many […]

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The In-Between Space

The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson | Mark 1:7-11 John the Baptist strikes a singular figure within the Gospel narrative, entering Israel’s culture at a turning point unlike any before. His ministry […]

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Expectations & Hopes

Pastor Ryan Thompson | Luke 2:1-20, Matthew 2:1-6, 9-11 Christmas comes loaded with anticipation of what might be received, yet inevitably brings some measure of disappointment. Did the amazing story of […]

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Awaiting the King

Mr. Jacob Graudin | Psalm 96 While we tend to keep politics and religion at arm’s length during the holidays, Christmas deals directly with both. The Incarnation of Jesus brings with […]

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Those Who Dream

The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson | Psalm 126, Isaiah 65:17-25 Although our society often venerates famous “dreamers”, visionaries who lead the way forward, yet it is also the case that to […]

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Beginning with the End

Mr. Jacob Graudin | Isaiah 64:1-9, Mark 13:24-37 The first Sunday of Advent brings with it the start of the new liturgical year, yet our readings for this Sunday speak of […]

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Power and the King

The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson | Ezekiel 34:11-20 During Christ the King Sunday, we approach the dangerous question of power. Is it inherently corruptive? Is it a neutral force? Both […]

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Our Primary Hope

The Rev. Danny Clark | Matthew 25:1-13 Jesus’ parable of the ten virgins waiting for the bridegroom is loaded with a sense of immediate expectation, an expectation the Christian story […]

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Heroic Love

The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson | Ephesians 1:15-23 Paul’s letter to the Ephesians opens with thanksgiving for the city’s Christians and a prayer on their behalf, that God would continue […]

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