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Servants of Christ Anglican Church

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Our mission is make disciples, learning to do all that Jesus said. We post sermons from our services weekly. Servants of Christ Anglican Church is located in Gainesville, FL, USA.

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United States

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Our mission is make disciples, learning to do all that Jesus said. We post sermons from our services weekly. Servants of Christ Anglican Church is located in Gainesville, FL, USA.

Language:

English


Episodes

The Third Sunday of Epiphany | January 22, 2023

1/22/2023
The image of God in every human being changes how to interact with one another. Our desire to be known and seen is fulfilled by the One who knows all. Fr. Michael Mayo walks us through Psalm 139 for a better understanding of how we can understand God and His image in us. If you like what you hear, 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/

Duration:00:27:31

The Second Sunday of Epiphany | January 15, 2023

1/16/2023
We are called by God into relationship with Him - grace. We respond to God by opening our hearts - faith. We act on our response through changed lives and priorities - works. Fr. Bob Ayres shows us the pattern of call, response, and action in John, and he invites us to see this pattern in our own lives. To view the sermon with signing, you can visit https://youtu.be/sjJ8yHfLj1E?t=1258. If you like what you hear, we hope you'll join us in person if you're in the area. Learn more about...

Duration:00:22:09

The First Sunday of Epiphany | January 8, 2023

1/8/2023
In his baptism, Jesus identified with sinners as a part of answering the question: who is the "us" in "God with us"? Fr. James Manley speaks about Jesus' purpose in His baptism. If you like what you hear, 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/ Want to get involved? Download our app.

Duration:00:18:56

The Second Sunday of Christmas | January 1, 2023

1/2/2023
Like Jesus, we should be about our Father's business. Mother Susan Rhodes shares how we can see the Father at work and join Him. 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/ Want to get involved? Download our app.

Duration:00:20:18

Christmas Eve | December 24, 2022

12/25/2022
Though the infant Christ was far from ordinary, his birth was quite mundane. But Fr. Michael Mayo explains how that humble beginning belied the importance of what was happening: God’s salvation came down to us. If you like what you hear, 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/ Want to get involved? Download our app.

Duration:00:25:03

The Fourth Sunday in Advent - A Festival of Lessons & Carols | December 18, 2022

12/19/2022
In short, Jesus is the best gift that anyone could receive. Fr. James Manley talks about how, when all is said and done, we all need Jesus. If you like what you hear, 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/ Want to get involved? Download our app.

Duration:00:10:29

The Third Sunday in Advent | December 11, 2022

12/12/2022
It's not uncommon to feel like Jesus isn't meeting our expectations. Fr. Michael Mayo walks us through John the Baptist's struggle to believe, Psalm 146's strategy to reorient ourselves, and Isaiah's understanding of the weariness of waiting. 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/ Want to get involved? Download our app.

Duration:00:21:17

The Second Sunday in Advent | December 4, 2022

12/4/2022
Hope might not be unique to Christianity, but it's rare to hear other believe systems talk about it. Fr. James Manley talks how Jesus brings us hope: hope that the wrongs will be made right, hope that a just King will one day rule with equity, hope that this corrupted world isn't all there is. 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/ Want to get involved?...

Duration:00:16:42

The First Sunday in Advent | November 27, 2022

11/27/2022
Because our service was an instructed Eucharist, Fr. Michael Mayo brings us a meditation on a portion of Matthew 24. Jesus's return is put off or deterred by the evil and ugliness of this world. We can hope in Jesus while we watch and wait for Him to come back. 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/ Want to get involved? Download our app.

Duration:00:07:19

Christ the King Sunday | November 20, 2022

11/20/2022
Christ the King Sunday is a relatively new feast day, just barely 100 years old. Fr. James Manley discusses how the feast came to be, and why it's important we understand Christ's kingship. If you like what you hear, 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/ Want to get involved? Download our app.

Duration:00:18:04

The Twenty Third Sunday after Pentecost | November 13, 2022

11/13/2022
No one knows the Day of the Lord, but He will return and it's important that we believe He will come again. Mother Susan Rhodes invites us to think about what we should - and shouldn't - do while we wait. 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/ Want to get involved? Download our app.

Duration:00:20:02

All Saints' Day | November 6, 2022

11/6/2022
Bp. Alex Farmer joins us as we welcome several new members in to the ark of Christ's Church. He preaches on Paul's letter to the Ephesians, where Paul begins his passage with worship, continues with prayer, and then returns back to Jesus, the Source and center of it all. If you like what you hear, 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/ Want to get involved? Download our app.

Duration:00:26:28

The Twenty First Sunday after Pentecost | October 30, 2022

10/30/2022
Zacchaeus was a wee little man...and was it really his persistence to see Jesus that paid off? Or was it something - or Someone - else? Fr. James Manley walks us through Zacchaeus's story to show us Who it's really all about. Spoiler alert: it's Jesus. If you like what you hear, 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/ Want to get involved? Download our app.

Duration:00:20:44

The Twentieth Sunday after Pentecost | October 23, 2022

10/23/2022
Jesus liked to tell stories with surprise endings and the parable of the Pharisee and the tax collector is no exception. Fr. James Manley helps us understand how we can see ourselves in this parable. If you like what you hear, 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/ Want to get involved? Download our app.

Duration:00:14:43

The Nineteenth Sunday after Pentecost | October 16, 2022

10/16/2022
Pray, persist, prevail, and praise God for His presence: these are the points Fr. Bob Ayres makes this morning using the parable of the unjust judge from Luke's gospel. Persistence often looks like love; justice often looks like forgiveness - Fr. Bob explains how. If you like what you hear, 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/ Want to get involved? Download our app.

Duration:00:19:35

The Eighteenth Sunday after Pentecost | October 9, 2022

10/9/2022
Jesus challenges us with His plan for the Kingdom. He challenges our culture, our expectations, and our comforts. Fr. Michael Mayo walks us through the story of the 10 lepers in Luke, giving insight into these challenges. If you like what you hear, 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/ Want to get involved? Download our app.

Duration:00:23:17

The Seventeenth Sunday after Pentecost | October 2, 2022

10/2/2022
Guarding the Gospel is something we're called to, but not something that it's our responsibility to make acceptable to the culture. If we're faithful to the apostolic teaching we've been given, the Holy Spirit in us will use us to defend the Gospel from the slippery slope that culture provides to apostacy. Fr. James Manley gives us some practical ways we can stay faithful. If you like what you hear, we hope you'll join us in person if you're in the area. Learn more about...

The Sixteenth Sunday after Pentecost | September 25, 2022

9/25/2022
The readings this morning are a tough bunch. Talking about money is never easy, but it's so vital that we set our hearts on the things that matter. As Fr. Michael Mayo tells us: Jesus isn't after a line item in our budgets. He's after our hearts. 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/ Want to get involved? Download our app.

The Fifteenth Sunday after Pentecost | September 18, 2022

9/18/2022
Fr. Loren Fox is our guest preacher. He encourages us to pray for our leaders, know God’s desire for humanity, and affirm our calling to invite everyone into God’s family. If you like what you hear, 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/ Want to get involved? Download our app.

The Fourteenth Sunday after Pentecost | September 11, 2022

9/11/2022
The theme running through the readings today, and really the entire Bible, is mercy. Mother Susan Rhodes walks us through how prayer and mercy go hand in hand. If you like what you hear, we hope you'll join us in person if you're able. Learn more about us: https://www.servantsanglican.org/ https://linktr.ee/servantsanglican Want more from Servants? Download our app