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.

Romans: Saved for Mission

The Rev. David Alwine | Romans 12:9-21 | Romans 12 marks Paul’s turn from doctrine, the story of the Gospel, to action, the call to believers to participate in God’s mission. […]

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Romans: Saved for Mission

Jacob Graudin | Romans 12:1-8 | Romans 12 marks Paul’s turn from doctrine, the story of the Gospel, to action, the call to believers to participate in God’s mission. Yet this turn […]

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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. […]

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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 […]

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Romans: Saved for Mission

The Rev. Samuel Kennedy | Romans 7:21-8:6 | We continue our Romans series with chapter 7. In this controversial and confusing passage, St Paul reflects on the struggle between flesh, law, […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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A Cathedral of Priests

June 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 […]

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