St. George's Anglican Church

Worship: Sunday mornings at 10am. Contact: shanec@stgeorgephx.org for location details.

SERMONS



Exodus 5

April 11, 2021
Moses and Aaron go to Pharaoh for the first time to ask him to let the people of Israel go. Things do not turn out like Moses and the people…

Easter Sunday 2021

April 4, 2021
We have been united to Christ in His death, burial and resurrection. We live as dead to anything that is not Christlike and have been freed to listen, obey and…

Exodus 4:24-31

March 28, 2021
God meets Moses to put him to death for disobeying His command to circumcise his son. The blood of Moses' son saves him. We are saved through faith in the…

Exodus 4:1-23

March 21, 2021
God's grace is greater than all of our past rejection and wounds. He will complete His purpose in His children to make us Christlike.

John 6:1-14

March 14, 2021
Jesus feeds us.
We live out of who we are in Christ: God's beloved children.

Exodus 3

February 28, 2021
God responds to Moses' "who am I?" with the the revealing of His name, that "I am." When God calls a person to a work, it is His all sufficiency…

Exodus 2:23-25

February 21, 2021
This passage is the turning point in the book of Exodus. In these verses we find a God who HEARS His people. REMEMBERS His promises to do good to them,…

Exodus 2:1-22

February 14, 2021
In Exodus 2 we are introduced to Moses. He will point us to Jesus who unlike Moses, did not take matters into his own hands and acted in perfect accordance…

Exodus 1

February 7, 2021
The first chapter of Exodus shows that God is the only person who has both the authority and power to accomplish what He purposes.

2 Kings 6

January 24, 2021
This passage recounts the story of Elisha being protected by God after performing numerous miracles.
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