Sermon: August 16, 2015

David Barr

“Living a Life of Prayer”
August 16, 2015 | Mr. David Barr
First Lesson – Psalm 103
Gospel – John 4:1-26


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Sermon: August 2, 2015

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“Prayers of Petition”
August 2, 2015 | The Reverend Samuel Kennedy
Lesson – Psalm 102:1-22
Gospel – John 16:20-24


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Praying the Psalms

Beginning this Sunday, July 19th, several of our preachers at the Cathedral, both lay and ordained, will be preaching a 5-week series called “Praying the Psalms in the Power of God.

From our summer intern David Barr, “Prayer is not just a tool in the toolbox, but an essential aspect of the Christian life. The hope is that we would be called to gospel mission in our lives through drawing close to the Lord in prayer.”

Join us as we seek to be the heart of God for the heart of Charleston by becoming a people of prayer.
JULY 19 | Becoming a Praying Church with the Psalms – R. Peet Dickinson
JULY 26 | Prayers of Lament – Matt Lambert
AUGUST 2 | Prayers of Petition – Samuel Kennedy
AUGUST 9 | Prayer as Praise – Jacob Graudin
AUGUST 16 | Living a Life of Prayer – David Barr

Sermon : Sept 30, 2012

“God Gives”
Sermon September 30, 2012 | The Very Reverend R. Peet Dickinson IV, Dean and Rector

Lesson: Psalm 19
Gospel: Mark 9:38-48

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