VIDEOS AND PODCASTS
For anyone aged 60 and over, retirement from actively following Jesus is not an option. We still have more learning and growing to do as his disciples, and we also have a responsibility to share with those who are younger what we’ve learned about living a faithful life and to serve our community.
The Aging Faithfully Conference was held to encourage us to do just that – age faithfully. Our speakers, the Rt. Rev. Terrell Glenn, Julia Sprunt Grumbles and Dr. Janet Savia, anchored us in God’s Word as they shared their wisdom, insights and perspectives to help us grasp God’s purposes for us in this season of life and how to do it well.
In our spring study of Genesis, we will marvel at the intimacy of a holy God’s relationship with an imperfect, yet faithful Abraham and members of his family, and his unwavering love toward them. We’ll be reminded of his promises and blessings that are ours, as well.
Each Wednesday by 1pm, you’ll find the teaching audio file below.
This podcast with John Yates addresses why we seem to be unsettled, discontent and so easily distracted. He explores how our culture is forming us and then invites us to allow the gospel to reshape us into the image of Christ.
In addition, at the end of each talk will be a brief discussion of its application to daily life co-hosted by Center for Public Christianity Executive Director Josh Chatraw and New City Fellows alumnus Micah Vandegrift who are joined by a special guest each time. So continue listening at the end of John’s talk!
The podcast is also available on Spotify and Apple Podcasts – search Holy Trinity Anglican Church Podcasts.
Interested in catching up on our latest video content? Check them out below and be encouraged! For a complete list of all our talks and sermons, visit Sermons and Talks and browse by series, speaker or book of the Bible.
There is nothing more compelling than to hear from Christians about God’s transforming work in their lives. Listen in as Holy Trinity members share their stories of real life and testimonies of hope and transformation.
This series, presented by the Rev. Dr. John Yates III, rector of Holy Trinity Anglican Church, and the Rev. Sam Ferguson, rector of The Falls Church Anglican, seeks to bring clarity regarding the Scriptural teaching on sexuality and gender, to increase the Church’s compassion toward and awareness of those experiencing same-sex attraction or gender dysphoria, and to create space for Christians to learn and talk about these challenging topics together.
Hear from three New City Fellows alumni on the topic of failure, Dr. Richard Beck and Dr. Joshua Chatraw on faith and doubt, four New City Fellow alumni about relationships in the changing seasons of life, the Rev. Dr. John Yates II and Dr. Crawford Loritts on godly leadership, Dr. Karen Swallow Prior on beholding true beauty and Dr. Warren Kinghorn on anxiety and how medicine and Christianity can work together for good.