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Sermons and other recordings from St. Mary's Episcopal Church has been in downtown Eugene for over 150 years to worship, serve, and grow in faith. Guided by the teachings and life of Jesus Christ, we value community, inclusiveness, compassion, our living tradition, health, and collaborative leadership. All are welcome at St. Mary's, no matter what age, ethnicity or race, gender identity, sexual orientation or economic and social circumstances.
 
All Saints’ Episcopal Church, Atlanta is a vibrant, progressive community that welcomes all – wherever they may be on their spiritual journey. We are called to know, to love, and to serve God and our neighbors. In all that we do, we honor All Saints’ abiding commitment for justice and peace for all people in Atlanta and across the world. Visit us online at https://allsaintsatlanta.org
 
Saint Stephen’s is a beacon for the proclamation of the Gospel of Jesus Christ and for the building of community all the while focusing its sights continuously on the needs of those outside her open doors and windows. Saint Stephen’s looks forward to taking on the challenges of a new world with the fresh old message of Jesus Christ crucified and Jesus Christ resurrected. We hope you will join us in this call to mission to proclaim the Gospel, help those in need, and build a strong Christian ...
 
The Episcopal Podcast is an initiative of intellectual formation by Bishop Richard Umbers, auxiliary bishop in the Archdiocese of Sydney. In the context of a fortnightly informal discussion with co-hosts and guests, the podcast aims to bring awareness to the riches that make up the Christian intellectual tradition, which includes philosophy, theology, history, the sciences, languages and the arts. Conversations will last between 30 and 45 minutes and be organised around discussions on specif ...
 
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This forum is part of our ongoing discussion around housing policy. Professor Todd Swantrom has studied housing policy and justice throughout his career. He came to St. Louis, in part, to study the "most depopulated city in the world." He talks about the concept of gentrification and asks whether St. Louis is actually experiencing its effects.Click…
 
I want to give Thomas, the Doubter, a break this morning. Instead, I want to talk about Jesus’ words to the disciples, “Receive the Holy Spirit. If you forgive the sins of any, they are forgiven them; if you retain the sins of any, they are retained.” The gospel story makes it very clear that the disciples were afraid. The crucifixion had them fear…
 
April 11, 2021: May God’s words be spoken, may God’s words be heard. Amen. I love the stories of the early resurrection appearances – to Mary Magdalene first, then the disciples (well, except Thomas), then Cleopas and the woman walking with him on the road to Emmaus (presumably his wife)[1], then Thomas, then the boys on the beach, and a lot more a…
 
Here we are, in this time and place. We have our own fears and our own unique challenges in becoming our own brand of beloved community. To listen to the mutuality of love. To be of one heart and soul and mind, so that there is not one needy person among us. To live together in diverse community. To achieve racial reconciliation and justice and eco…
 
Welcome to a very special episode of Episcopal Youth Ministry in ATL. We are excited to share a new project of our diocese that recently premiered on YouTube. We know we have a core audience of this podcast that will greatly appreciate a conversation on leadership between the young people we serve. ------------ The Office of Youth and Young Adult M…
 
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