St. George's Anglican Church

Worship: Sunday mornings at 9am. Contact: shanec@stgeorgephx.org for location details.

Exodus 19:1-6

July 11, 2021
In Exodus 19, the people of Israel arrive at Mt. Sinai to worship God. God gives the Gospel order: we are Accepted, we respond with obedience and we experience blessing.

Exodus 18

July 4, 2021
Exodus 18 tells the story of Moses' father in law, Jethro, who comes to meet him. Hearing of what God has done for the people of Israel, he rejoices and…

Exodus 16

June 20, 2021
We are in the wilderness with the people of Israel who find themselves thirsty and hungry. Their response to God's goodness and grace is to grumble against Him. It reveals…

Exodus 14 & 15

June 13, 2021
The crossing of the Red Sea is not just a famous story, but the CENTRALevent in the whole Old Testament. This completes the whole salvation ofIsrael out of Egypt that…

Exodus 13

June 6, 2021
Exodus 13 falls between the Passover event in chapter 12, and the full deliverance of Israel by God in the crossing of the Red Sea in chapter 14. In this…
The 10th and final plague on Egypt: God kills Pharaoh's firstborn son. This is a challenging passage that forces to ask questions about the very nature of God and human…
The first 9 plagues that God sent on Egypt so that the Pharaoh, the Egyptian people, and Moses and the Israelites would ALL know that He, Yahweh, is God.

Exodus 6:9-7:13

May 2, 2021
Today we look at the hearts of three people: Pharaoh with a hard heart, the people of Israel with an untrusting heart, and Moses with and engaged, trusting heart. 

St. George’s Day

April 25, 2021
We took a look at our adversary the dragon and his work to deceive us about who Jesus is and Jesus' statement that the world will hate us.