Sermons from May 2014
In this Memorial Day sermon, Fr. Marc encourages us to remember the heroes in our country, our own lives, and the Church. Looking at some of the first accounts of persecution found in the book of Acts, he challenges us to live for what is eternal rather than what is temporal.
Fr. Marc continues the series on worship with a look at three major events that have dramatically changed the way Christians worship, including their view of the Eucharist. He also reminds us that true worship is not about the outward form, but about a life of loving obedience to Christ.
In the second part of a series on worship, Fr. Marc goes back to the earliest recorded history of the Church, tracing the characteristics of worship found in the book of Acts, the Didache, Justin Martyr’s Apologies, and other writings from the first few centuries of Christianity. He also examines the connection between the original forms of worship and the way Christians worship today.
In the first part of a series on worship, Fr. Marc talks about his personal journey as a Christian minister. He then looks at the story of the woman at the well in John 4 as well as other parts of Jesus’ life as he examines what it means to worship God in spirit and in truth.