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August 9, Sermon, Matthew 14

Keith Allen preaches from Matthew 14 about how Jesus is present with us in the midst of our storms; He is capable and willing to command the situations we face. Our part is to focus our eyes upon Jesus above our surrounding situation and trust He will save us.
 
   

July 26, Sermon, Matthew 13

Fr. Keith Allen preaches on the five parables written in Matthew chapter 13, and from that we learn the greatest thing we can get is wisdom from God that enables us to live out His will in our day. God has both a plan and a purpose for us at this time, and with just a little faith and cooperation from us is able do exceedingly more with our lives than we can imagine.
 
   

July 19, Sermon, Wisdom

Fr. Bob Stull teaches from Wisdom in the Apocrypha (12:13-19), a non-doctrinal source applicable for instruction and inspiration. God rules according to His character which is holy, just, and loving. It is His great love that shapes and forms us to be like Him.

 
   

July 12, Sermon, Matthew 11

Fr. Keith Allen teaches from Matthew 11:25-30 about God's provision of rest. When you are worried or weary, as many are at this time, remember that our heavenly Father is a King who is greater than our biggest need. He invites all to come unto Him for complete rest.
 
   

July 5, Sermon, Matthew 11

Fr. Keith Allen teaches from Matthew 11:25-30 about God's provision of rest. When you are worried or weary, as many are at this time, remember that our heavenly Father is a King who is greater than our biggest need. He invites all to come unto Him for complete rest.
 
   

June 28, Sermon, Matthew 10

Rev. Kim Allen teaches from Matthew 10, the hard words of Jesus about the cost of following Him as a disciple. While we hope to be people of peace, the costs of faithful discipleship include being the subject of controversy, losing family support, and yielding your life ambition. Nevertheless, we have the promise of Jesus and help of the Holy Spirit to lead us in the eternal way of truth.
 
   

June 14, Sermon, Romans 5:1-11

Please note: this is an audio-only file (MP3).

Fr. Keith Allen teaches on the Ministry of Reconciliation from Apostle Paul's letter to the Romans. Speaking to current events in our nation, the Church needs to lead the way for change, healing and grace to our culture. Having been reconciled to God we should now be reconciled to each other, bringing peace and hope to the world.

 
   

June 7, Sermon, Matthew 28:16-20

Fr. Keith Allen teaches from Matthew 28:16-20 about God's commission to each of his followers to be a disciple who makes disciples. We are at war against evil and the evil one, and God is counting on us to accept the commission to carry the good news of Jesus to the world, engaging the enemy on the front lines and advancing the kingdom of God across the earth.
 
   

May 31, Sermon, Acts 2:1-13

Please note: This is an audio-only file (MP3).

Fr. Keith Allen teaches about the obedience and harvest tied to Pentecost, and how God used the occasion to pour out the Holy Spirit onto the disciples to re-create, reclaim, and cleanse life that was destroyed in the Fall of man (Genesis).

 
   

May 24, Sermon, John 17

Fr. Keith Allen teaches from John 17, the prayer of Jesus to his Father as the hour of death was nearing. In those final moments, knowing what was ahead, he prayed from the heart of a Savior for those disciples He loved and ones who would believe in him, all for the glory of God.

 

 

 

May 17, Sermon, John 15

Fr. Keith Allen teaches from John 15 that Jesus, the True Vine, is calling us to life in Himself. Only as we are remade and renewed in His life, are we able to produce abundant fruit that glorifies the Father and identifies us as children of God.

 
   

May 10 Sermon, John 14:1-7

Please note: this is an audio-only file.

From the text of John 14, Fr. Keith Allen teaches us that even when we are perplexed at what God is doing, as were the disciples in this story, Jesus is active and preparing a place for us - the Church - and is Himself the path to that place where we will be welcomed in and unto the Father.

 
   

May 3 Holy Eucharist and Sermon, Psalm 23

From the text of Psalm 23, Fr. Keith Allen teaches that Yahweh, our Lord, is a shepherd present with us and not looking upon us from afar. In His goodness to us, the sheep of His pasture, we receive full provision of all our physical and spiritual needs, protection from our enemies, and the provision of belonging to God's family.

 

April 26  Holy Eucharist and Sermon, Luke 24

In a teaching from Luke 24, Fr. Keith Allen reminds us that like the disciples in the story, we also may be so focused on our concerns and unmet expectations that we don't sense the presence of Jesus right beside us in the midst of our struggles. The resurrection of Jesus changes how we walk the road of our present sorrows as we open our hearts to the living Word of God, fellowship with other Christians, and pray earnestly for the Kingdom of God to be manifested in our daily lives.

 

April 19  Holy Eucharist and Sermon, John 20

Fr. Keith Allen challenges us to let the Resurrection truth make an impact on our lives each day.

 

April 12  Easter Sunday

Fr. Keith Allen invites you to travel into the Resurrection story and let it transform you and take root in your soul.

 
April 10 Good Friday 

To reveal the heart of the Savior, we examine His last words spoken from the cross. 

 

April 9 Maundy Thursday, John 13

Deacon Kim Allen teaches about Love that lasts, lowers, and lays down its life and that Jesus Himself is the very source of perfect love.

 

April 5 Palm Sunday, Matthew 27

Note: this is an audio-only recording of the Palm Sunday sermon. Sermon, by Fr. Keith Allen

 
 
 

March 8 Deacon Ordination and Institution of a New Rector

Bishop Neil Lebhar leads the service to Ordain a new Deacon and install a new Rector of Christ Church. His teaching, starting at 35:12, emphasizes the gracious and serving nature of our King, the importance of teaching, and our responsibility to listen faithfully to God's Word.
   
January 27 Sermon Video Keith Allen  January 19 Worship Video
   
Combined Service January 12 Sermon January 5 Cameron Scalera
   
   
   

       

 

 

 

 


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