Not sure how we’ve fallen so far behind, but nonetheless here’s the sermon by Rev. Joe Dunagan from June 12, 2016.
The sermon from June 5, 2016 by the Rev. Joe Dunagan.
You’re faithful podcaster has been gone for the past couple of weeks so I’m working through an ever-so-slight backlog of sermons and liturgical music. Please enjoy this while we catch up!
The sermon from Holy Eucharist Rite II, May 22 2016 at Emmanuel Episcopal Church in Bristol.
This Sunday was beautiful day at Emmanuel. Two baptisms, sixteen confirmations and receptions, and a standing-room-only congregation. The children sang with the choir in a lovely Offertory that should drop later this week, so stay tuned.
Here is the Pentecost sermon by the Bishop of Southwestern Virginia, the Rt. Rev. Mark Bourlakas, May 15th, 2016.
Remember that next Sunday, May 15th, is Pentecost, and our episcopal visit! Our bishop, Mark Bourlakas will be here, and there’ll be 4 baptisms and 16 confirmations and receptions! It’ll be a beautiful day for the church. Keep a look out Monday or Tuesday of next week for a podcast of the service, featuring Bishop Mark’s sermon.
Hello Listeners! You have slightly abridged liturgy today as someone who shall not be named forgot to press record. Stay tuned for later on this week when we’ll drop the choir’s lovely performance of The Lord is my shepherd by Howard Goodall, if we can sufficiently clean up the recording.
This Sunday’s Liturgy of the Word, including Salutation, Collect of the Day, lectionary readings including sung Psalm, the Gospel, and the sermon by Fr. Joe Dunagan around the 11:30 mark.
For brevity, the opening hymn and sequence hymn were excluded.
The sermon by Fr. Joe Dunagan from April 17th, 2016 at Emmanuel Episcopal Church, Bristol, VA.
The salutation, collect, readings and sermon from Holy Eucharist, Rite II at Emmanuel Episcopal Church in Bristol, VA.
Listen to our Palm Sunday service inside the Oped Red Doors of Emmanuel Episcopal Church in Bristol, Va. The podcast begins with our choir chanting Psalm 118 as the Processional Hymn. Then, the liturgy of the word, including a chanted gospel and brief sermon and announcements by Rev. Dr. Joe Dunagan. The chanted gospel begins at 08:41, and the sermon at 19:32.
Hosanna in the Highest!