Fr Jon’s most recent sermons can be listened to below. You can also check out the archive here.
Sunday September 8th
What can we truly own in this world aside from the love of God?
Sunday September 1st
Sometimes our caution keeps us safe, but sometimes it keeps us from living boldly into our Christian faith.
Sunday August 18th
Choosing the path of Christ always brings opposition and division; the power of God through the resurrection should impel us forward anyway.
Sunday August 11th
What are the hopes that ground our faith in the life of Jesus?
Sunday August 4th
God entrusts to be the caretakers of Creation, not the rulers
Sunday July 28th
It’s the Lord’s Prayer! which may seem rote to us today, but it’s really a pretty radical teaching from Jesus
Sunday July 21st
We plan, God laughs
Sunday July 14th
Jesus, pepperoni pizza, and the gift of grace
Sunday July 7th
Our civic freedoms are freedoms “from,” but Christ’s freedom is a freedom “for”… For peace, for love, for reconciliation, for a loving response to our neighbors.
Sunday June 23rd
Sometimes the chaos of life seems to cut us off from God; but God remains.
Sunday June 9th – Pentecost
At Pentecost we celebrate the coming of the Holy Spirit, not just to the apostles in Jerusalem two millennia ago, but to us as well.
Sunday June 2nd
Jesus’ Ascension is a testament to His trust in or ability to get it right and to continue His work.
Sunday May 26th
What does it mean to be a Christian? What’s the point of following Jesus?
Sunday May 19th
Part of God’s call on us is to be stewards of the Creation, ensuring the right and sustainable use of the world’s abundance for us and future generations.
Sunday May 12th
Immersing ourselves in the stories of our faith brings beauty and understanding to our lives and clarity in our calling.
Sunday May 5th
Conversion is an openness to seeing the world differently so that we can act differently in the world.
Sunday April 14
Jesus shows us another way
Sunday April 7th
If we claim Christ as our Lord and recognize ourselves as His body, what should the greatest accomplishments of our lives be?