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  • Easter 2019

    Worship Service: Sermon only - 19 Apr, 2019

    | By Rev. Michael D. Gladish , Mitchellville, MD

  • A New Commandment

    Worship Service: Informal Family - 18 Apr, 2019

    The Lord teaches us to love others as He loves us. He teaches this at the Lost Supper with His disciples, where He also washes their feet. These two events which precede the commandment something about the way the Lord loves us, and how we should love others. | By Rev. Derrick Lumsden , Sarver, PA

  • I Am Among You As One Who Serves

    Worship Service: Sermon only - 18 Apr, 2019

    "I am among you as the one who serves." (Luke 22:27) | By Rev. Erik J. Buss , Bryn Athyn Cathedral

  • Rising from the Tomb

    Worship Service: Family (may include music) - 18 Apr, 2019

    Bryn Athyn Church School Easter Service. Opening and closing by Rev PB Schnarr. Lessons and address by Rev SJ Keal. Interlude by the Bryn Athyn Cathedral Choisters replaced by hynm "When Very Early in the Dawn" from a later service because of copyright issues. | By Rev. Solomon J. Keal , Bryn Athyn Cathedral

  • I Bestow Upon You a Kingdom

    Doctrinal Class - 17 Apr, 2019

    A series of three Doctrinal Classes on Luke 22:29: "I bestow upon you a kingdom." Class 1 April 3 The Lord as King & What Is this Kingdom? Class 2 April 10 Kingdom Messages influencing the disciples Class 3 April 17 Kingdom Messages influencing others Not all discussion is included. | By Rt. Rev. Peter Martin Buss, Jr. , Bryn Athyn Cathedral Social Hall

  • Hosanna! - Saved by the Lord

    Worship Service: Informal Family - 14 Apr, 2019

    On Palm Sunday, as the Lord rode into Jerusalem, the people shouted “Hosanna” which means “Save us, please!” What does the Lord save us from as He enters our lives? | By Rev. Solomon J. Keal , Bryn Athyn Heilman Hall

  • The Reason He Came, Part 4 - Bear Witness to the Truth

    Worship Service: Childrens Talk & Adult Sermon - 14 Apr, 2019

    The Lord Jesus Christ came to bear witness to the truth. When we live as Jesus teaches we make ourselves citizens of heaven and part of His Kingdom. The Lord is truth because he fulfilled the Word and because He is the Word made flesh. When we do the truth we bring together the Word outside with the Lord within which brings us into heaven from the inside out. | By Rev. Derrick Lumsden , Sarver, PA

  • Can You Recognise the Messiah

    Worship Service: Childrens Talk & Adult Sermon - 14 Apr, 2019

    This Sunday we celebrate Jesus riding into Jerusalem on Palm Sunday. When He rode in some people recognised Him as the Messiah, other people didn't know who He was, and other people strongly rejected the idea that He was the Messiah. We hope that we would have been among those who saw Him as the Messiah but, a few chapters later, the Lord warns people not to be fooled by people pretending to be the Messiah. Can we tell the difference between the Lord and people pretending to be the Lord? | By Rev. Malcolm G. Smith , Westville, RSA

  • Welcoming the Lord as King

    Worship Service: Sermon only - 14 Apr, 2019

    Then those who went before and those who followed cried out, saying: "Hosanna! 'Blessed is He who comes in the name of the Lord!' Blessed is the kingdom of our father David That comes in the name of the Lord! Hosanna in the highest!" (Mark 11:9-10) | By Rev. Eric H. Carswell , Bryn Athyn Cathedral

  • Palm Sunday

    Worship Service: Childrens Talk & Adult Sermon - 14 Apr, 2019

    The significance and spiritual meaning of the Lord's almost last entry into Jerusalem before His Crucifixion. As the Lord entered the final week of His life on earth the tension in the atmosphere, especially in Jerusalem, was reaching a critical point. More than once already some had taken up stones to kill Him for blasphemy, while others could not have been more thrilled at His wonderful words and healing miracles. And even though He continued to reassure His disciples, by this time He had already predicted His crucifixion on at least three occasions. In short some loved Him and some absolutely hated Him, and the clash between these two forces was mounting by the hour. - MDG | By Rev. Michael D. Gladish , Mitchellville, MD