• Jesus and Crisis21:37

Did you know that there is a story in the Gospels where Jesus meets a gay man? Today is Pride Sunday, and we examine an encounter between Jesus and a Roman Centurion whose "pais" (sometimes translated: slave) is sick and near to death. He comes asking for healing – and in the context of this culture, Father John makes the argument that the proper understanding of this Greek word should be understood as the Centurion's male lover (this narrative occurs both in Matthew 8 and Luke 7). How did Jesus respond to this request? With not an ounce of condemnation. Listen, and be encouraged with the Good News that God accepts all of us as we were created - there is spiritual hope available for all persons, a message important for the LGBT+ community. Click the button below to listen.

  • The Message of Hosea - Returning to God19:30

  • Daring to be Different21:21

  • An Unhurried God18:19

Below is the Experience of the Early Christians sermon series, by Fr. John Rumple, in its entirety. Stream below, or download at this link.

  • Easter 202010:56

Sermons

  • Good Shepherd32:16

  • Philippians 113:11

  • Quarantine24:30

  • December 29, 2019 sermon10:01

  • Salt and Light24:20

  • Pain23:54

  • Celebrating Black History Month26:46

  • The Message of Hosea - The Depth of God's Love21:06

  • Mary Interrupted21:20

  • Growth at Grace19:17

  • Loneliness21:48

  • A Vision of Hope18:18

Earlier Sermons:

  • Palm Sunday15:54

  • Creation Care17:05

Last Sunday's Sermon:

  • The Power of Worship22:44
  • The Mystery of Holy Communion24:47
  • Living in the Spirit26:25
  • Strength in Tough Times23:33
  • The Scandal of Inclusion25:54
  • Discovering Spiritual Reality23:12
  • Overcoming Religious Scrupulosity21:22
  • Hope in the Face of Opposition24:07

  • Getting What We Deserve18:36

  • Acts 1520:57

Episcopal Church

  • Magi18:24

  • Living Stones17:37

  • My Experience of Racism20:45

  • Who Is My Neighbor?21:29

Please note: sermons preached as part of the series, Who Do You Say That I Am?, are found at this link.