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Advent is a time to sit and wait while the rest of the world barrels along to Christmas. Fr. Michael Mayo encourages us to lean into asking the hard questions and sit with the discomfort of not knowing when Jesus will return. If you like what you see, we hope you'll join us in person if you're in the area. Learn more about us: https://linktr.ee/ser…
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It's tempting to uphold the systems of this world or to put ourselves first. Fr. David Trautman explains how for believers - and eventually for all creation - there is only one King: Christ. If you like what you see, we hope you'll join us in person if you're in the area. Learn more about us: https://linktr.ee/servantsanglican https://www.servantsa…
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These last few Sundays before Advent, we spend time contemplating how we should live waiting on Christ's return. Today Mother Susan Rhodes takes us through the parable of the talents and urges us to consider where God would have us steward what we've been given. If you like what you see, we hope you'll join us in person if you're in the area. Learn…
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Because we don't know when to expect Jesus's return, we are to wait with eagerness while we remain prepared. Fr. David Trautman expands on these ideas through the parable of the virgins from Matthew 25. If you like what you see, we hope you'll join us in person if you're in the area. Learn more about us: https://linktr.ee/servantsanglican https://w…
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Today we remind ourselves that we worship with all the saints: past, present, and future. We're looking forward to the great party at the end of time when every tribe, nation, and people will gather together in worship of our Lord Jesus Christ.If you like what you see, we hope you'll join us in person if you're in the area. Learn more about us:http…
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Where does Jesus make you most uncomfortable? That may be where He's wanting you to grow the most. Fr. Michael Mayo elaborates on the question in today's sermon.If you like what you see, we'd love for you to join us in person. Learn more:https://linktr.ee/servantsanglicanhttps://www.servantsanglican.org/…
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Every person we encounter has been made in the image of God and it's important that we let that image unite us, not divide us. Fr. David Trautman expounds on Matthew 22:15-22.If you like what you see, we hope you'll join us in person if you're in the area. Learn more about us:https://linktr.ee/servantsanglicanhttps://www.servantsanglican.org/…
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Bishop Alex Farmer visits to institute Fr. David Trautman as our rector (senior pastor). Bp. Alex shares his joy with Servants as we move into the next phase of our life together as a parish. If you like what you see, we hope you'll join us in person if you're in the area. Learn more about us: https://linktr.ee/servantsanglican https://www.servants…
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As Kathy Ayres is ordained to the diaconate, her calling to serve those of differing abilities reminds us that Jesus didn't die just for the able-bodied and neurotypical, but for everyone.If you like what you see, we hope you'll join us in person if you're in the area. Learn more about us:https://linktr.ee/servantsanglicanhttps://www.servantsanglic…
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The blessings we receive from the Lord are given so that we may be a blessing to all. Fr. David Trautman lays out the parable of the bad tenants for our examination. If you like what you see, we hope you'll join us in person if you're in the area. Learn more about us: https://linktr.ee/servantsanglican https://www.servantsanglican.org/…
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