SERMONS AND TALKS

 

Here’s what’s in store for you in the coming weeks. If you want to listen to a particular sermon or talk, or research a topic or book of the Bible, browse our sermons and talks database below.

Each Sunday, Holy Trinity’s recorded worship service is available on our YouTube channel by 10:45am. The recorded sermon will be posted below on Monday morning.  For your convenience, here is the service bulletin for August 1, 2021.

SUMMER PREACHING SERIES

God’s Hidden Hand: Joseph and the Way of Grace

From family dysfunction to murderous deception, an unjust prison sentence and ultimate rise to the top of society, the story of Joseph has it all. And on every page of this gripping narrative God’s hidden hand moves in the background. Join us this summer as we follow the life of Joseph and witness God’s gracious provision in saving his people.

June 6 – The God Who Makes Promises (Genesis 35:1-15)

June 13 – Dreams and Deception (Genesis 37)

June 20 – Punishing the Innocent (Genesis 39)

June 27 – Faithfulness in Obscurity (Genesis 40)

July 4 – From Prison to Power (Genesis 41)

July 11 – Dreams Fulfilled (Genesis 42)

July 18 – Testing Loyalties (Genesis 43-44)

July 25 – Reconciliation (Genesis 45:1-15)

August 1 – God’s People Come to Egypt (Genesis 45:16-46:7, 28-30)

August 8 – The Deaths of Jacob and Joseph (Genesis 49:28-50:26)

RECENT SERMONS AND TALKS

Holy Trinity’s recorded worship service is available on our YouTube channel by 10:45am on Sunday. The services are no longer catalogued below.

Andy Crouch - March 4, 2021

How to Thrive in a Digital Age

How to Thrive in a Digital Age

From Series: "How to Thrive in a Digital Age"

If you are looking for a better way to balance the use of technology in your life, your family's or your teenager's – or in all three, then please listen in to leading author and thought leader Andy Crouch and his daughter Amy Crouch who help us reimagine how to thrive in a digital age. What Andy and Amy won’t tell us is to throw away our devices. They won’t offer us a list of rules. Instead, we will be challenged to think differently about technology with wisdom, thoughtfulness, and courage. This forum is sponsored by the Center for Public Christianity in partnership with Holy Trinity, Vintage, Christ the King and Providence churches.

 

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