St. George’s Anglican Church, Burlington is a vibrant, Christ-centred, church family located in Burlington, Ontario. Each Sunday we gather to worship God, fellowship with one another and hear the preaching of the good news about Jesus Christ. We record most of the sermons preached and you can listen to them here on this podcast. We hope they are an encouragement to you.
We seek to rightly divide the word of truth between Law and Gospel, so that the people in the city of New York and beyond might know and confess where they end and God begins. We proclaim the historic faith of Christ and Him crucified. "When I came to you, brothers and sisters, I did not come proclaiming the mystery of God to you in lofty words or wisdom. For I decided to know nothing among you except Jesus Christ, and him crucified." - 1 Corinthians, 2 Calvary/St. George’s is a community of ...
Sermons at St. George's offers preaching from the pulpit of a Texas Episcopal Church that strives to be inclusive and welcoming of all who come to us, progressive and scripturally based. These sermons relate scripture to spiritual, ethical, personal and social issues that are of immediate usefulness in the lives of our listeners.
Until you know God as Father you cannot truly pray. Come to God with child-like wonder. Marvel at things you might have taken for granted. The more that you pray the more you will realize that everything you have is grace.Av St. George's Anglican Church
The Rev. MJ Layton explores how Jesus offers us living water that flows freely and quenches our thirst. This living water is the Holy Spirit who convicts us of sin, renews our relationship with God, and begins to heal the hurts and pains of our broken earthly relationships.Av The Rev. MJ Layton
You don’t need to win an audience with God, you already have him. You have a Father who made you, cares for you and knows you better than you know yourself. So pray to Him with vulnerability and an open heart.Av St. George's Anglican Church
The Rev. MJ Layton explores how God’s law sets a standard of perfection that no human being can follow, but Jesus’ obedience makes a way for us to find life in God even when we disobey.Av The Rev. MJ Layton
If your picture of paradise is endless relaxation and amusement, then you have been sold a lie. Man was made to work and it is only through work that our rest has any true meaning or value.Av St. George's Anglican Church
The Rev. MJ Layton explores how It seems foolish to the world to preach Christ’s crucifixion. But through the wisdom of God, we believe that Christ’s death and resurrection have accomplished for us forgiveness of sins and eternal life.Av The Rev. MJ Layton
God is the one who brings order from chaos. You can see this order and beauty in his elegant universe. Watch as R.D. Glenn opens Genesis 1:1-2:3 and explores creation and our Creator.Av St. George's Anglican Church
The authority of God’s word is central to the Christian life. Don't put yourself over scripture, instead live under it. Let it lay bare your heart and show you the glory of Christ.Av St. George's Anglican Church
The cross is the measure of Christ’s humility. He did not consider anything beneath him. He went all the way down for you and me. Your life is founded on the humble saviour.Av St. George's Anglican Church
The Rev. MJ Layton's explores how the new year brings resolutions to better ourselves, which almost always fail. But the Feast of the Holy Name offers something different: a reminder that Jesus came to save us from our sins.Av The Rev. MJ Layton
The Rev. MJ Layton explores how God promises to be with us. This means that he enters the worst parts of our world, the parts that are marred by sin. He comes to be with us so that he can show us his love and forgiveness.Av The Rev. MJ Layton
The Rev. MJ Layton explores how in Advent we look forward to the future coming of Jesus Christ, when he will heal our world and reconcile us to each other and to God. While we wait, we prepare our hearts for him through confession and repentance, trusting in his grace to forgive our sins and heal our wounded hearts.…
The Rev. MJ Layton's Thanksgiving sermon. Just like we need physical food to sustain us physically, we need spiritual food to be nourished spiritually. Jesus is the spiritual nourishment who gives life to our souls and it is through our belief in him that we find eternal life.Av The Rev. MJ Layton
The prophet Isaiah describes that God will do a new thing - he will create a new heaven and a new earth. In this sermon, Colin explores God’s promise and what it means for us here and now.Av St. George's Nashville
The prophecies of the Old Testament aren’t just about this world as we know it. They are about something God is doing, something so good that we are almost too afraid to imagine. Sermon from the 11:00am service on 11/6/22.Av St. George's Nashville
We are all like Absalom, with traitorous, rebellious hearts that seek to usurp the throne. Only after we see that our hearts are by nature like Absalom, can we see the beauty of Jesus.Av St. George's Anglican Church
Habakkuk 1:1-13; 2:1-4“O LORD, how long shall I cry for help, and you will not listen?” The prophet Habakkuk is baffled by the injustice that surrounds him. And yet, despite his confusion, he remains faithful to God. Habakkuk’s words and action guide us when we find ourselves baffled before God.Sermon from The Table on 10/30/22.…
The Rev. MJ Layton explores how humans frequently fall into the trap of comparing ourselves to other people. But true humility is found in comparing ourselves to God. We know that we will never measure up to his perfection, but he in his graciousness will extend mercy to us for our imperfection.Av The Rev. MJ Layton
We cannot approach the presence of God through our own means - by the reaching out of our own sinful hands. For God is holy and we would be struck dead in His presence, but we have an advocate.Av St. George's Anglican Church
The thing is, prayer doesn't have to be perfect to be effective. In fact, a prayer muttered with all our fears and short-sighted demands — and even selfish requests — affects life powerfully.Sermon from the 8:45am service on 10/16/22.Av St. George's Nashville