Recent Posts

Archive

Tags

The Resurrection and the Life

All Saints Anglican Church, Prescott, AZ April 29, 2018 Text: Ezekiel 37:1-14 Let the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart be always acceptable in thy sight, O Lord my strength and my redeemer. Amen This morning we are going to talk about the valley of dry bones and the resurrection portrayed there, the resurrection of Christ, our resurrection, and how we should live. Before we talked about that, we need to ask the question, from what do we need to be resurrected? The predominant cultural view of our own humanity is that in ourselves, we are not really that bad. Within our hearts and minds our sin is not terribly grievous. Though, we look at the world around us and it is easy to

Giving Good Gifts

Please forgive the typos in this sermon - check out the recording if you're finicky about typos. A Homily for Easter 3 All Saints Anglican Church, Prescott, AZ April 22, 2018 Text: 1 Samuel 2:1-10 Let the words of my mouth and the mediation of my heart be always acceptable in thy sight, O Lord my strength and my redeemer. Amen. This morning our first lesson is what is commonly called “Hannah’s Song.” If you read it carefully, you may notice that it is similar to a song or canticle that we often sing or read during Evening Prayer. The Evening Prayer canticle is of course, Mary’s Song, or the Magnificat which is found in the first chapter of St. Luke’s gospel. There is no mistake of this conne

The Good Shepherd Giveth His Life for the Sheep

Let the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart be always acceptable in thy sight, O Lord, our strength and our redeemer. (Ps 19:14) “The good shepherd giveth His life for the sheep” (Jn 10:11) [Easter 2, All Saints, Prescott, AZ, 15 Apr 2018] I don’t know about you… but I would hate to be called a sheep. I have been called many things in life, but sheep was not one of them. Why are we sheep? Why not a cheetah, or wolf, or tiger, or any other animal with a bit of flair… a bit of class and power and strength? The answer lies in our desire to be protected from harm in body and soul and to be saved from permanent destruction. The cheetahs and wolves and tigers in human clothing are do

Indeed, He is Risen!

All Saints Anglican Church, Prescott, AZ April 8, 2018 Text: Luke 24:36-49 Let the words of my mouth and the meditations of my heart be always acceptable in thy sight, O Lord my strength and my redeemer. Amen We often forget that just as we spend forty days in fasting and in repentance that following Easter Sunday we have forty days of celebration of the resurrection of the Lord. This long season of joyful remembrance of Christ’s resurrection is to help us recall the importance of the life we find in Him. It reminds us again and again of the broken, false expectations and the renewed promise of His resurrection and coming again. As we read the New Testament lesson this morning, we are remind

Set your affection on things above

A Homily for Easter Sunday April 1st, 2018 All Saints Anglican Church, Prescott, AZ Text: Colossians 3:1-4 Alleluia! Christ is Risen! He is Risen indeed! Alleluia! In St. Luke’s gospel account we are confronted by two men on the first Easter morning. The women have gone to care for the tomb, to bring spices to help fight the odor of the Lord’s body, which by now would have been decomposing, but were perplexed, and probably deeply distressed that the stone was rolled away and the body of Christ was gone. At the sepulcher they meet two men, and these men say “Why do you seek the living among the dead? He is not here, but has risen. Remember how he told you, while he was still in Galilee, that

ALL SAINTS ANGLICAN CHURCH

Anglican Province of America

Presiding Bishop: The Most Rev. Walter Grundorf

Episcopal Visitor: The Rt. Rev Robert Giffin

Rector: The Rev. Ian Emile Dunn

(928) 443-5323

  • YouTube
  • Instagram

©2017 BY ALL SAINTS ANGLICAN CHURCH. PROUDLY CREATED WITH WIX.COM