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Did you miss a sermon or session, or do you want to dive deeper into what we're learning at the Cathedral Church of St. Luke and St. Paul? You can find all of that here at Your Cathedral Podcast!The Cathedral Church of St. Luke and St. Paul is a diverse, urban, Anglican community being formed in the… read more

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After God's Heart: Leadership & Grief | Mr. Hunter Myers

August 1st, 2022


Join us this Sunday as Student Ministry Director Hunter Myers walks us through 2 Samuel 1:17-27. In this passage, we see King David as a leader. What happens when leaders fail us? Hunter encourages us to continue to …

After God's Heart: Showing Mercy | The Rev. Canon Patrick Schlabs

July 28th, 2022


Everyone loves a story of revenge. But in Jesus' kingdom, what does it look like to show mercy and to love our enemies? Join Canon Patrick as he explores more of the life of King David.

After God's Heart: Holy Things | The Rev. Dr. Rob Sturdy

July 18th, 2022


Join us this Sunday as Rob Sturdy teaches from the life of David. Jesus tells us that the Sabbath is made for man and not man for the Sabbath. What does that mean for the priorities of God's family? What does this story …

After God's Heart: Spiritual Friendship | The Rev. Dr. Sandi Kerner

July 11th, 2022


God has given us to one another in spiritual community and in friendship. How can the way we love one another express the good news of what Christ has done? Join Rev. Sandi this Sunday as we look into the friendship of …

After God's Heart: Simple Trust | The Rev. Dr. Marion Platt

July 6th, 2022


Join us this Sunday as the Rev. Dr. Marion Platt walks us through the story of David and Goliath. God uses simple things to accomplish His purposes.

After God's Heart: God Sees | The Rev. Canon Patrick Schlabs

June 28th, 2022


This week Canon Patrick teaches on the anointing of David and reminds us that God sees us.

After God's Heart: Welcomed Into the Family | The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson

June 20th, 2022


What does it mean to be a part of the family of God? In Zechariah Chapter 12, we hear about a promise of One who will come from the house of David, who will make even the feeblest among us strong. Join Dean Peet as we …

The Trinity's Love Song | The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson

June 13th, 2022


The Trinity--Father, Son, and Holy Spirit--exists in an eternal relationship of dynamic love. Does this matter to us today? Join Dean Peet in …

Good Gifts | The Rev. Canon Patrick Schlabs

June 7th, 2022


The Scriptures tell us that the Holy Spirit gives us gifts. What is the purpose of the gifts of the Spirit and what does it look like for the family …

Trustworthy and True | The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson

June 2nd, 2022


How many times have you thought or uttered, "Lord, have mercy" in these past weeks and months? This Sunday, Dean Peet reminds us that the words of Jesus are trustworthy and true--that the Spirit is with us and that God …

I Will Restore | The Rev. Dr. Sandi Kerner

May 23rd, 2022


We live in a world full of hurting people. The last few years have been marked with loss and uncertainty. What does God have to say when it feels …

Holy Love | Mr. Hunter Myers

May 16th, 2022


Because of Jesus, you can recognize your sins and bring them to a Holy AND shame-safe God. This week, Student Ministry Director Hunter Myers shares …

I Will Follow | The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson

May 9th, 2022


How have you bee shepherded by the Good Shepherd? How can we follow the Good Shepherd in the way we care for and support one another? We have a …

Christ Revealed | The Rev. Canon Patrick Schlabs

May 2nd, 2022


John 21:1-14 describes an encounter with the risen Christ. This Third Sunday in Eastertide, Canon Patrick teaches us that the Lord Jesus has made …

Eastering In Us | Mr. Hunter Myers

April 26th, 2022


Many of us long for an encounter with God, like the ones we read in Scripture. This second Sunday of Easter, Hunter Myers shares the good news that Jesus meant what He said, "It is better that I go away, for if I go …

Good Friday: Et Incarnatus Est | The Rev. Dr. Rob Sturdy

April 25th, 2022


"My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?" This Good Friday, Rob Sturdy explores Jesus' cry of grief from the cross.

Easter Sunday | The Right Rev. Chip Edgar

April 22nd, 2022


Through His resurrection, Jesus opens for us the bright new reality of new life in Him. Join us this Easter Sunday as Bishop Chip Edgar invites us into that new life found in the risen Lord. 

The Easter Vigil: New Life in the Redemptive Story | The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson

April 22nd, 2022


Journey with us this Holy Saturday through the story of creation, fall, deliverance, and restoration as we await the resurrection of our Lord Jesus.

Maundy Thursday: Served in Humility | The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson

April 14th, 2022


What did Christ demonstrate for us as he washed his disciples' feet during the week of His passion? Dean Peet shows us on this Maundy Thursday that the Son of Man came not to be served, but to serve, and to give His …

The Threat of Disunity | The Rev. Canon Patrick Schlabs

April 12th, 2022


As we begin Holy Week, Canon Patrick teaches from Philippians 2:1-11.

Joy Restored | The Very Rev. Dr. John Barr

April 4th, 2022


Psalm 126 leads us through a journey of pain and lament into restored joy. How does God shepherd us through pain and into joy in Him? This week The …

Unfailing Promise | The Rev. Canon Patrick Schlabs

March 28th, 2022


We live in a world of broken promises--promises that we ourselves have broken, and promises made to us that others have broken. This week at Cathedral, Canon Patrick teaches on the promise-keeping God, who makes a …

I Have Come Down to Deliver Them | The Rev. Dr. Rob Sturdy

March 20th, 2022


Does God see the suffering of people? If He does see, what does He do about it? This Sunday in Lent Rob Sturdy preaches on the calling of Moses and helps us see both the character of the God who sees, hears, and comes …

Waiting on the Promise | The Rev. Dr. Sandi Kerner

March 13th, 2022


This week in the season of Lent, The Rev. Dr. Sandi Kerner invites us to journey with Abram as he discovers the faithfulness of God.

The Promise of the Promised Land | The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson

March 6th, 2022


We join the nation of Israel as we are called to trust the promise of the Promised Land.

A True Fast | Hunter Myers

March 2nd, 2022


Why is the truth so hard to hear? The Cathedral's Student Director Hunter Myers reminds us that we have a God who speaks the truth and listens even more closely than we know, and a Savior who invites us into His true …

Seeing Jesus | The Rev. Canon Patrick Schlabs

February 27th, 2022


Have you ever walked by something 100 times before noticing something unique that had escaped your notice? Turns out it is possible to see without seeing. Join Canon Patrick Schlabs as he looks at the meaning of the …

I Have Not Made You For the Dungeon | The Rev. Dr. Rob Sturdy

February 20th, 2022


This morning at Cathedral, Rob Sturdy preaches on Isaiah 61:1-4 and the Year of Jubilee. How has the Jubilee Man come to set us free from bondage? Rob reminds us that God's people bear the responsibility of bringing …

Guarding Our Hearts | The Rev. Dr. Erin Clifford

February 13th, 2022


This week at the Cathedral, the Rev. Dr. Erin Clifford is our guest preacher. She teaches from the book of Jeremiah and Psalm 1 to remind us that God desires to renew our hearts. Our heart is an important part of who we …

Comfort Food | The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson

February 6th, 2022


Have you ever had a dish transport you into a memory? In the same way, what does the Gospel do for your soul? We have a weekly reminder at the Lord's …

Making Our Home in the Vine | The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson

January 30th, 2022


John 15 paints a picture for us of the vine and the branches. Dean Peet reminds us that the source of life and growth is in the Vine, which is Jesus Christ. As we look to the growth of the year ahead, let us first seek …

Good News for the Poor | The Rev. Canon Patrick Schlabs

January 23rd, 2022


In Luke 4:14-30, the people from Jesus' hometown reject the message of the Messiah. Who is the Gospel good news for? When Jesus reads from the Prophet Isaiah, He shows us that the Gospel is good news to those who know …

Not Forsaken | The Rev. Dr. Rob Sturdy

January 16th, 2022


John 2:1-11 gives an account of the wedding at Cana. The picture of Jesus restoring joy at the celebration of the bridegroom and the bride is a sign and foreshadowing of the provision of Jesus on the cross. On the …

A Tender Straightening | The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson

January 12th, 2022


Who is the one who sees a tender reed but will not break it? Who can hold a faintly burning wick but not quench it? This week Dean Peet reminds us …

The True Temple | Mr Hunter Myers

January 3rd, 2022


Join Hunter Myers, our Director of Youth Ministries, as he looks at the unprecedented and precedented encounter between the Holy Family and Simeon …

Wanting Christmas | Mr Hunter Myers

December 25th, 2021


What do we want when we want Christmas? Though it's easy to get lost in the feelings of haste, waste, or hype, Christmas comes to us with something much better. Join our youth director, Hunter Myers, as he unpacks the …

The Cloistered Immensity of God's Love | The Very Rev Peet Dickinson

December 24th, 2021


Have you ever stopped to think about just how bad the circumstances of Jesus' birth actually were? A young, poor, unmarried woman, a long journey to be counted by the state, and an unseemly birth surrounded by farm …

When Joy is Hard To Come By | The Rev Canon Patrick Schlabs

December 23rd, 2021


This time of year is wonderful, but for some of us, joy can be hard to come by. In the early chapters of Luke's gospel we find joy erupting from the …

Merciful Fire | The Very Rev Peet Dickinson

December 12th, 2021


The readings in Advent are filled with warnings of judgment and calls for repentance. But how can these warnings be good news to us, rather than omens of fear and shame? Join Dean Peet Dickinson as he preaches on John …

The Big Wait | The Rev Dr Rob Sturdy

December 5th, 2021


Advent is about waiting, but what exactly our we waiting for? Join the Rev Dr Rob Sturdy in Micah 3 and Luke 3 as we discuss Jesus' first coming and what exactly we wait for in his second coming. 

Redemption Draws Near | The Rev Canon Patrick Schlabs

November 29th, 2021


Advent has arrived! This season is a time to remember that when it seems like we're surrounded by chaos on all sides, that our redemption draws near. Join Patrick Schlabs as we look to Jesus' words in Luke 21 and see …

Your King Comes to You | The Very Rev Peet Dickinson

November 21st, 2021


On Christ the King Sunday, Peet Dickinson teaches from the gospel of John, chapter 18. Join us as we see Jesus as the true King of the whole world …

Reviving Evangelism in the Next Generation | Jordan Biere

November 16th, 2021


Is an emerging post-Christian context the greatest obstacle for reaching GenZ, or is it the greatest evangelistic opportunity in our lifetime? 

On November 4th, the Cathedral hosted an AlphaSC event with the Alpha Youth …

A Beautiful Inheritance | Mr. Hunter Myers

November 14th, 2021


This Sunday at the Cathedral, Student Director Hunter Myers teaches from Psalm 16. When faced with suffering, what do you grasp for false security? …

Not Lost and Not Alone | The Rev. Canon Patrick Schlabs

November 7th, 2021


Revelation 7:9-17 speaks of the great gathering of all of the saints from throughout the ages. What encouragement can we take from this future picture when the church feels so divided in our time? Like an assuring word …

A People of Word and Mission |The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson

October 31st, 2021


This Sunday at the Cathedral Church, we celebrate the baptism of one of our newest family members. Dean Peet teaches from Deuteronomy 6 and the people of God's task to teach one another the love of God and of neighbor. 

He Came For Us | The Rev. Dr. Marion Platt

October 24th, 2021


Isaiah 59:9-20 speaks of a people with no hope. However, in the middle of the passage, we hear that God sees and responds. Marion Platt, the director of Charleston's Star Gospel Mission, shares with us the hope of the …

Can We Really Rejoice in Suffering? | The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson

October 17th, 2021


Isaiah 53 speaks of the Suffering Servant and his acquaintance with pain and grief. If Jesus has taken on flesh in order to suffer with us, how does this speak to the way that we suffer together? Dean Peet invites us to …

The Price of Eternal Life | The Rev. Canon Patrick Schlabs

October 10th, 2021


How does Jesus call us to live in relation to our resources? This Sunday Canon Patrick talks about the tension of accumulating earthly wealth and …

The Four Commons: Common Good | The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson

October 3rd, 2021


The fourth value in our Four Commons series is the Common Good. How are we called to seek the common good of our communities and our neighbors as the Body of Christ? Genesis 2 describes the nature of God's creative …

The Four Commons: Common Grace | Mr. Hunter Myers

September 26th, 2021


How do we live as a family of God in a community formed by common grace? Student Ministry Director Hunter Myers teaches from Romans 12:1-8 this Sunday.

The Four Commons: Common Life | The Rev. Canon Patrick Schlabs

September 19th, 2021


The second community value in our Four Commons series is Common Life. How do we share life as members of God's family? Canon Patrick teaches on Romans 12:9-21 and challenges us to press into knowing and loving one …

The Four Commons: Common Prayer | The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson

September 12th, 2021


Psalm 116:1-9 speaks of the story of God's children; it is a story of God's rescue, care, and love. At The Cathedral, we express our values through the Four Commons: Common Prayer, Common Life, Common Grace, and Common …

Cross Culture Family: 1 Corinthians 16:13-24 | The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson

September 5th, 2021


This Sunday is the final Sunday of our 1 Corinthians series, and we are ending by talking about living as God's family with one another in love. 

Cross Culture Bodies: 1 Corinthians 15:35-58 | The Rev. Dr. Rob Sturdy

August 29th, 2021


What does it mean for us to inhabit perishable bodies? Have you experienced the disconnect between your bodily reality and the spiritual reality of …

Cross Culture Hope: 1 Corinthians 15:1-8;12-19 | The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson

August 22nd, 2021


What is the hope that keeps us afloat in waves of uncertainty and despair? This Sunday, Dean Peet reminds us that the resurrection of Jesus seals for us a hope that cannot be taken away.

Cross Culture Love: 1 Corinthians 12:31-14:1 | The Rev. Canon Patrick Schlabs

August 16th, 2021


What does the transforming love of God look like in a deeply divided culture? 1 Corinthians 13 talks about the kind of love that has been …

Cross Culture Gifts: 1 Corinthians 12:1-20 | Mr. Hunter Myers

August 8th, 2021


What do you think of when you think of spiritual gifts? 1 Corinthians 12:1-20 talks about the ways that God has given His Body different spiritual gifts. Student Director Hunter Myers shares that these gifts for …

Cross Culture Proclamation: 1 Corinthians 11:17-27 | The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson

August 1st, 2021


Let's be real: sometimes it is hard to understand what Paul is saying! However, in this week's passage of the Cross Culture Church series, Dean Peet …

Cross Culture Trust: 1 Corinthians 10:1-14 | The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson

July 25th, 2021


How has God shown His faithfulness to you? This week, Dean Peet teaches on idolatry and how God is and has been faithful to His Church.

Cross Culture Rights: 1 Corinthians 9:19-27 | The Rev. Dr. Rob Sturdy

July 18th, 2021


This Sunday in our 1 Corinthians series, guest speaker Rob Sturdy exhorts is to walk in another, better way to live as submitted to one another in …

Cross Culture Relationships: 1 Corinthians 7:1-17 | The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson

July 13th, 2021


This Sunday in our 1 Corinthians series, Dean Peet frames for us a picture of the family of God, where neither being single nor being married elevates or diminishes your place and purpose in the kingdom. 

Cross Culture Freedom: 1 Corinthians 6:12-20 | The Rev. Canon Patrick Schlabs

July 4th, 2021


This week, in our 1 Corinthians series, Canon Patrick talks about sexual stewardship of our bodies. Our bodies are good and made by God; we have been bought by God with a price, and so what does it look like to honor …

Cross Culture Work: 1 Corinthians 4:12-20 | The Rev. RaShan Frost

June 27th, 2021


This Sunday in our 1 Corinthians series, we have a guest speaker from The Bridge Church, Rev. RaShan Frost. RaShan asks us to ponder together if we are working in the name of Christ or in the name of the world's wisdom. …

Cross Culture Faith: 1 Corinthians 3:1-17 | The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson

June 20th, 2021


This week in our series on 1 Corinthians, Peet teaches about the wisdom of the world and the wisdom of God. The kingdom of God does not conform to …

Cross Culture Church: 1 Corinthians 1:18-31 | The Rev. Canon Patrick Schlabs

June 13th, 2021


Ordinary Time in the church calendar is a time for steady growth in the Gospel. This week, Canon Patrick introduces a new series on 1 Corinthians and begins with 1 Corinthians 1:1-18. The cross of Christ invites us to …

How's Your Heart? | The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson

June 6th, 2021


This week, Dean Peet teaches from 2 Corinthians 4:13-18, where Paul describes the hope for those of us who are discouraged. Have you felt that you …

A Well-Practiced Love | Rev. Dr. Rob Sturdy

May 30th, 2021


This Trinity Sunday, Rob Sturdy preaches from Jesus' encounter with Nicodemus in John 3:1-16. The Trinity exists in ever-self-sacrificing love. When Jesus meets Nicodemus at night, he shows him that to walk in light is …

Peace in the Midst of Fear | The Rev. Canon Patrick Schlabs

May 23rd, 2021


This Pentecost Sunday, Canon Patrick teaches that Jesus invites us, by the presence of His Spirit, to respond to fear with trust that He is with us. John 20:19-23 shows us that Jesus' first words to the disciples after …

The Spoils of Victory | The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson

May 16th, 2021


This First Sunday After the Ascension, Dean Peet teaches from Psalm 68:1-20. The victory of the cross belongs to God, but to whom go the spoils? Peet shows us that though the victory is the Lord's, the spoils of victory …

To Be a Christian | Mr. Hunter Myers

May 9th, 2021


This morning, Student Director Hunter Myers teaches on the church at Antioch in Acts 11:19-30. What does it look like to live into the name that we bear as Christian? How to be become that which we already are? Hunter …

A Cross that Moves Us | The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson

May 2nd, 2021


1 John 3:11-24 speaks of others knowing that we belong to the Family of God by seeing our love in action. This 5th Sunday of Easter, Dean Peet …

Becoming Like Our Father | Canon Patrick Schlabs

April 25th, 2021


What does it look like to live in the knowledge of our adoption as sons and daughters of God? 1 John 2:28-3:1-10 speaks of the fact that children of God walk and light and do not sin. Canon Patrick walks us through the …

Living As Easter People | The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson

April 18th, 2021


What does it mean to live as an Easter People? 1 John 1:1-2:2 speaks of walking in the light in fellowship with God and one another. This Sunday, Dean Peet exhorts us to walk in the resurrection reality that new life in …

Perfect Peace | Hunter Myers

April 11th, 2021


Happy 2nd Sunday of Easter! This Sunday, Student Ministry Director Hunter Myers teaches on God's kingdom of peace, brought about by Christ's …

He Will Draw All People to Himself | The Right Rev Mark Lawrence

April 4th, 2021


This Easter Sunday, Bishop Mark Lawrence teaches from 1 Corinthians 15:1-11. Who will Jesus draw if the Son of Man is lifted up? Bishop Mark shares …

Resurrection Reality | Mr. Hunter Myers

April 3rd, 2021


This Holy Saturday, Student Director Hunter Myers reminds us that in Christ's victory, we can find hope and salvation in even the darkest of …

Good Friday: It Is Finished

April 2nd, 2021


This Good Friday, Dean Peet teaches from Hebrews 10:1-25. The pain in our world, the suffering brought by Covid-19, and the shadow of death upon our lives is not finished. However, because of the work of Christ on the …

Maundy Thursday: Love One Another

April 1st, 2021


This Maundy Thursday, Canon Patrick shares how the meal initiated by our Savior is a model for how we are to love one another unto unity in the Family of God. We love because He first loved us.

Ride On In Majesty | The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson

March 28th, 2021


This Palm Sunday, Dean Peet teaches from Mark 11:1-11 about Jesus' determination to fulfill his calling. He rides on to the cross for the helpless, …

For Our Sake | Mr. Hunter Myers

March 21st, 2021


The season of Lent invites us to reckon with the reality of death. In Lent, we journey with Jesus through His journey through death and into glorious life. This Sunday, student director Hunter Myers encourages us that …

The Distance We've Walked | The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson

March 17th, 2021


Ephesians 2:1-10 speaks of the great love with which God has loved us. This week, Dean Peet calls us to reflect on where we have come from and how far the Lord has brought us. "But God" is a pivotal moment in this …

Choral Compline | Lent 2021

March 10th, 2021


At the close of the day, as the cool of night descends and households prepare for sleep, Christians have prayed Compline. This simple service rooted …

The Trustworthy Temple | The Rev. Canon Patrick Schlabs

March 7th, 2021


This Sunday, Canon Patrick teaches on John's account of Jesus cleansing the temple. Jesus disrupts our rhythms and affections and invites us to trust His word, His people, and His authority.

Nothing Can Separate Us | Dean Peet Dickinson

February 28th, 2021


What would it be like if we knew deep in our hearts that we are always safe in the Kingdom of God? This morning Dean Peet teaches on Romans 8:31-39 …

Waiting Well | The Rev. Erin Clifford

February 21st, 2021


This week we are blessed to have the Rev. Erin Clifford as a guest teacher. Psalm 25 speaks of lifting up our hearts as they are to the Lord. As we come to the one year anniversary of the beginning of the Covid …

Where is God? | Canon Patrick Schlabs

February 14th, 2021


This morning, Canon Patrick talk about the experience of feeling far from God that the Psalmist expresses in Psalms 42 and 43. How do we invite God into our disappointments, griefs, and discomforts?

Eyes to See | The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson

February 7th, 2021


In 1 Corinthians 9:16-23, Paul talks about becoming all things to all people. This week, Peet shares how we can share the hope of Christ as …

All Things in Common | The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson

January 31st, 2021


This Sunday, Dean Peet casts a vision for the upcoming year for our Cathedral Church. Acts 2:42-47 teaches that the early church had all things in common. How is God leading us to lean into our Common Life, come …

More Than Enough | The Rev. Canon Patrick Schlabs

January 24th, 2021


This Sunday, Canon Patrick teaches from Matthew 6:19-34 and poses the question, "When will we have enough?" In a culture so centered on hoarding and …

The Caller and the Called | The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson

January 17th, 2021


This week, Dean Peet unpacks the calling of Samuel and Nathaniel 1 Samuel 3:1-20 and John 1:43-51. How does God's call to us make each of us a steward? God is calling us; may we be His servants who are listening. 

Behold and Become | The Rev. Canon Patrick Schlabs

January 10th, 2021


On this first Sunday after Epiphany, Canon Patrick teaches from Isaiah 42:1-9 about the effects of the Kingship of Jesus. We become like the thing …

All Shall Be Well | The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson

January 3rd, 2021


Happy New Year! This week, Dean Peet teaches from Jeremiah 31:7-14 and shares about the hope found in Christ. Despite a discouraging and exhausting year, all will be made well through Christ. 

The Fullness of Time | Mr. Hunter Myers

December 27th, 2020


This week, Hunter Myers teaches from Galatians 3:23-4:7 on God's great plan of redemption. How is God's goodness displayed in His waiting? In the …

Love Incarnate | The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson

December 24th, 2020


Love needs an incarnation. This Christmas Eve, Peet shares about how the love of Gos transforms itself to meet us where we are. We celebrate that Emmanuel, God With Us, has come to show His love by being born as one of …

Keeper of Promises | The Rev. Canon Patrick Schlabs

December 20th, 2020


This Sunday, on the fourth Sunday of Advent, Canon Patrick teaches from 2 Samuel 7:1-17, God's promise to David that He would build for him a house. …

Pride & Joy | Mr. Hunter Myers

December 13th, 2020


This week, Hunter Myers reminds us of the joy that is found in the story of the coming of Christ. The story of the birth of Christ is not about us, but it is for us.

He Will Tend His Sheep | The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson

December 6th, 2020


This week, we celebrate the second week of Advent. Dean Peet teaches from Isaiah 40:1-11 and encourages us to remember and believe that God is both …

Waiting Well | The Rev. Canon Patrick Schlabs

November 29th, 2020


This week Canon Patrick teaches from Isaiah 64:1-9 and reminds us that we are not those who wait in vain, but those who wait for the certain return of our Lord Jesus Christ. In this season of Advent marked by a …

Shepherd After the Shepherd | The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson

November 22nd, 2020


This week Dean Peet shares with us a picture of the Good Shepherd and encourages us that our love and service is inspired and empowered by Jesus' …

Living with Patient Hope | The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson

November 8th, 2020


This week, Dean Peet teaches from 1 Thessalonians and encourages us that while many things on earth shift, our hope is laid up for us in heaven, where Jesus is seated and reigning.

All Saints in a Partisan Age | The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson

November 1st, 2020


This week, Dean Peet teaches from Revelation 7:9-17, and shares a vision of the people of God. How does a picture of God's future Kingdom encourage and direct us today?

The Brilliance of Jesus | Rev. Canon Patrick Schlabs

October 25th, 2020


Do we bring Jesus our questions? This week Patrick teaches from Matthew 22: 15-46. Jesus welcomes and answers our questions, and He challenges us to not only view Him as a brilliant teacher but also to call Him Lord. …

Retelling Our Story | Mr. Hunter Myers

October 18th, 2020


What stories do we return to again and again? What stories stir our souls? This week Hunter Myers encourages us that the Christian life is a return …

People of Peace | Rev. Canon Patrick Schlabs

October 11th, 2020


This week, Canon Patrick teaches from Philippians 4:1-9. Peace is hard to nail down, unless its source is constant. The great hope we have as believers in Christ is that He has brought an everlasting Kingdom of peace …

The Treasure of a Better Country | The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson

October 4th, 2020


In Philippians 3:4-14, Paul talks about the treasures of Christ's Kingdom. This week Dean Peet talks about the encouragement available to us in our …

A Changed Mind | The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson

September 27th, 2020


This week, Dean Peet preaches from Philippians 2:1-13. Peet challenges us that the Kingdom of Heaven is at hand even in our own hearts and minds. Change can always happen in the Kingdom of God, and our Savior has made a …

The Generous Master | Rev. Canon Schlabs

September 20th, 2020


In Matthew 20:1-16, Jesus tells the parable of the generous master. This week Canon Patrick paints a picture of the generosity of our Father. As laborers for the Kingdom, we can trust our Master to deal with our …

Fall Kickoff Sunday | The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson

September 13th, 2020


This week, Dean Peet preaches out of Acts and calls us to ask together, "What does it mean for us to be the heart of God for the heart of Charleston?" Just as the muscle of the heart pumps blood to every part of the …

What, or Who, is Our Win? | The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson

September 6th, 2020


This week, Dean Peet discusses Matthew 18:15-20. Matthew 18 is often talked about as the prescription for confronting an offense. How do we orient toward this teaching of Jesus in light of once being lost and now being …

The Necessary Cross | Canon Patrick Schlabs

August 30th, 2020


Canon Patrick unpacks how the identity of Christ is inseparable from the mission of Christ as seen in the cross. In Matthew 16:21-28, Jesus predicts his own suffering and invites us into his mission. Christ and His …

Built Upon the Solid Rock | The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson

August 23rd, 2020


Dean Peet preaches on Matthew 16:1-20 this week. Jesus goes to great lengths to stand with conviction amongst a people who needed to be encouraged …

The Care of Jesus | Canon Patrick Schlabs

August 2nd, 2020


This week, Canon Patrick Schlabs preaches from Matthew 14:13-21.

Undivided: Walk Humbly | The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson

July 26th, 2020


Dean Peet gives the third message in the final sermon of the Undivided series on racial reconciliation. The Gospel invites us to examine the fruit that comes from our hearts as we make our way through these divided …

Undivided: Love Mercy | The Rev. Canon Patrick Schlabs

July 19th, 2020


This week, Canon Patrick preaches from Micah 6:1-8 as part of the Undivided series. God sent the prophet Micah to a people who had become unfaithful …

The Statue and the Savior | The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson

July 5th, 2020


Do we say “go away” or “come near” to those who are burdened? In Matthew 11:25-30, Jesus calls those who are heavy laden to Himself and invites them to take on His burden. Dean Peet discusses how it is not only American …

No Peace, But a Sword | The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson

June 28th, 2020


This week, Dean Peet preaches on the sword of Christ. The sword of Christ cuts into the status quo to bring the His Kingdom. The way of the cross …

Grace Came For Me | The Rev. Matthew Rivers

June 21st, 2020


This week Cathedral has a guest teacher, the Reverend Matthew Rivers from St. John's Chapel on Charleston's Eastside. Romans 5:12-19 speaks of the redemption of righteousness offered to us in Christ. We hear the story …

Fuel for Mission | The Rev. Canon Patrick Schlabs

June 14th, 2020


Canon Patrick preaches this week out of Matthew 9:35-10:4. This Sunday marks the first Sunday of Ordinary Time in the Anglican calendar. How do the truths of Advent, Lent, Easter, and Pentecost enable us to embody the …

1 Peter: Grace to Stand | The Rev. Rob Sturdy

June 7th, 2020


This week, Cathedral hosts the Rev. Rob Sturdy, the chaplain at the Citadel. Rev. Rob teaches from 1 Peter 5:6-14 and invites us to reflect on how God's grace confirms, strengthens and establishes us to stand for the …

1 Peter: The End of Suffering | The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson

May 31st, 2020


This Pentecost Sunday, Dean Peet teaches from 1 Peter 4:12-19. How does the Holy Spirit enable us to endure suffering? Though suffering is certain, …

1 Peter: People of Another World | The Rev. Canon Patrick Schlabs

May 24th, 2020


This week, Canon Patrick teaches from 1 Peter 4:1-11. The Apostle Peter encourages followers of Jesus to live as though they belong to another world. …

1 Peter: Christ’s Vindication | The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson

May 17th, 2020


Where do you look for vindication? Dean Peet teaches this week out of 1 Peter 3:1-22. Vanquishing those who oppress and do evil is not ultimately the …

1 Peter: Since-Then | The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson

May 10th, 2020


1 Peter 2:13-25 speaks of the newness of life given in Christ Jesus and how that changes everything. Since we have died with Christ, how does that transform how we live as we rise with Christ? How does it change how we …

1 Peter: Built to Last | Mr. Hunter Myers

May 3rd, 2020


What are you doing today? This week, Hunter Myers teaches from 1 Peter 2:1-10. Because we are chosen and precious to God, we are invited to become a people built to last in any circumstance. Hunter encourages us that …

Missed Calls: Moses | Mr. Tom Hample

March 15th, 2020


Wherever you are this Sunday, listen & learn from our friend Tom Hample about the call of Moses. Moses carried years of guilt, shame, and failure before receiving a unique call from God. But when Moses tried to get …

Missed Calls: Abraham | The Rev. Canon Patrick Schlabs

March 8th, 2020


Who do you trust? For many of us, the list of people & institutions we trust is shrinking rapidly. So, what does it mean to trust who God calls you to be & where He calls you? In this second 'Missed Calls' …

Called to Work Part II: Your Work is (unavoidably) Hard | Rev. Canon Patrick Schlabs

March 8th, 2020


Last week we learned how work can be a (very) good thing, but we know sometimes work can become idolatrous. Listen to this weeks Formation class …

Missed Calls: Adam & Eve | The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson

March 1st, 2020


In the beginning, God called everything into existence. Then God called Adam & Eve to partake in creation and cultivation. But, soon Adam & …

Called to Work Part I: Your Work is (Very) Good | Rev. Canon Patrick Schlabs

March 1st, 2020


How can we use our 9-5 jobs to show the world God's goodness? This is the question that the Rev. Patrick Schlabs tries to answer in this new formation series titled Called to Work. Listen and learn how you can bring …

Lent Begins in Ashes | The Rt. Rev. Terrell Glenn

February 26th, 2020


What does the ashen cross painted on your forehead mean? Is it a sign of your own piety, or is it an act of public repentance & contrition? This Ash Wednesday, our friend Bishop Terrell Glenn from St. Andrew's City …

Public Theology | Sphere Sovereignty & Middle Spaces | Brannon McAllister

February 24th, 2020


Integrating faith & work is a key part of maturing in your faith. What does it look like for you to work wisely in your sphere? This February at …

Called to Listen | Hunter Myers

February 23rd, 2020


We all long for mountain-top experiences, to see life and beauty at it's height. But one time, three disciples witnessed Jesus luminously transfigured on a mountain, and these disciples still fell into sin. Our sin runs …

Anxiety in the Age of Technology | Rachel Hajek & Hunter Myers

February 23rd, 2020


How can Christians use technology as a tool to be formed in the beauty of the Gospel rather than being deformed in fear & anxiety? Join this …

Around the Fire | The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson

February 16th, 2020


A campfire changes things, as if it transforms weary travelers with the words, "Everything is better now."  Many gathered around Jesus expecting Him to tell them to do better or not to worry so much. Instead, Jesus …

Called to Create Part IV: Q&A Panel

February 16th, 2020


Now that we have learned about how God uses creativity in the world, how are creative people from our church using art to point to the goodness of God? In this week's Formation class, we hear from Anna Brock - pianist, …

Andy Crouch | Listen & Speak | Session III

February 12th, 2020


Andy Crouch shares his final session at the 2017 Listen & Speak event. Enjoy this gem from our Cathedral archives!

Andy Crouch | Listen & Speak | Session II

February 12th, 2020


Andy Crouch shares his second session at the 2017 Listen & Speak event. Enjoy this gem from our Cathedral archives!

Andy Crouch | Listen & Speak | Session I

February 12th, 2020


Andy Crouch shares his opening session at the 2017 Listen & Speak event. Enjoy this gem from our Cathedral archives!

Scott Sauls | Listen & Speak | Session II

February 12th, 2020


Pastor Scott Sauls shares at the 2016 Listen & Speak event. Enjoy this gem from our Cathedral archives!

Scott Sauls | Listen & Speak | Session I

February 12th, 2020


Pastor Scott Sauls shares at the 2016 Listen & Speak event. Enjoy this gem from our Cathedral archives!

Distinct Within | The Rev. Canon Patrick Schlabs

February 9th, 2020


Most of the time, we don't like tensions. We avoid certain relationships to avoid awkward tensions, and if we're not careful, we can ignore important …

The Lord's Charge | The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson

February 2nd, 2020


Every year carries new challenges & opportunities. However, the call to worship, discipleship, and mission doesn't change for followers of Jesus. …

Repenting, Following, and Fishing | The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson

January 26th, 2020


It takes courage to be persistent. When Jesus called to a couple persistent fishers, they couldn't imagine where their call to be "fishers of men" …

Called to Create Part I: The Foundations of Creativity | Stephen Roach

January 26th, 2020


As Christians, how are we meant to glorify God with our creativity? In this first Called to Create formation class, Stephen Roach answers that question and more. Listen and learn how we can start using your creativeness …

Called to be Saints | The Rev. Patrick Schlabs

January 19th, 2020


Who are we, really? It seems like a chasm exists between our ideal selves and who we really are, between perception and reality. This isn't a new …

Called, Equipped, Beloved | The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson

January 12th, 2020


How would you treat your time, talent, and treasure if you knew that you were called, equipped, and loved by God? As Dean Peet teaches from Matthew …

Delight | The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson

January 5th, 2020


Your 2020 new year resolutions may be anything from a lengthy checklist down to a single word, a theme to carry and pursue throughout the year. This …

An Incarnation Interpretation | Hunter Myers

December 29th, 2019


What is your response to Christmas? Whether you left the Christmas season tired or rested, empty or filled, connected or lonely, the coming of Jesus …

The Great Surprise | Christmas Day | Rev. Patrick Schlabs

December 25th, 2019


What makes a gift memorable? Believe it or not, how a gift is given makes it memorable! This Christmas day, Rev. Patrick Schlabs preaches from Titus 3:1-8 about how Christ was given to us so generously when we were so …

Christ Was Born | Christmas Eve | The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson

December 25th, 2019


Every Sunday, we proclaim the mystery of faith: Christ has died, Christ is risen, Christ will come again. On this Christmas Eve, Dean Peet Dickinson encouraged us to also remember the first part of the mystery of faith: …

Not What I Had Planned | The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson

December 22nd, 2019


What do you do when your plans go awry? Today, Dean Peet preaches from Matthew 1:18-25 about two people whose life-plan got turned upside down: Mary & Joseph. Listen & learn the hope of a Savior who not only …

The Destination and the Way | Rev. Patrick Schlabs

December 15th, 2019


Answering the questions, "Where are we going?" and, "How will we get there?" will invariably affect your present focus. Rather than being a people who have 'arrived', Christians are a people in transit, on a journey. In …

2019 Prayer Book Part III: The Psalms & Revised Psalter | Dr. John Crutchfield

December 15th, 2019


In the Anglican tradition, the Psalms are the only book of the Bible supposed to be read from every day. This week, listeners can learn from someone on the 2019 Book of Common Prayer task force discuss the Psalms & …

Three Gifts on the List | The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson

December 8th, 2019


Every year, Black Friday & Cyber Monday contend for your purchases. But this Advent, Dean Peet Dickinson commends three gifts given through Christ for all who believe in the strength of the Gospel: hope, joy, and …

2019 Prayer Book Part II: The Eucharist | Seth Whitaker

December 8th, 2019


We take communion every week but what is the deeper meaning behind it? This week Seth Whitaker teaches us how how much more there is to communion other than just the bread and wine. Discover how the Book of Common …

We Have Not Arrived | The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson

December 1st, 2019


How do you know when you've arrived? After you finish school? Get married? Land the dream job? In fact, the Gospel assumes we have not arrived, and …

2019 Prayer Book Part I: The Daily Office | Hunter Myers

December 1st, 2019


What is your rhythm of daily discipleship? For centuries, the Anglican tradition has offered an incredible rhythm called the Daily Office. The Daily …

The Powerful, Present God | Rev. Patrick Schlabs

November 24th, 2019


What do you do when you feel powerless? For most of us, our gut responses are fear and panic. Preaching from Psalm 46, Rev. Patrick Schlabs exhorts …

Biblical Justice Part VI: Panel Q&A | Rev. Patrick Schlabs, Matt Lambert, the Very Rev. Peet Dickinson, and Hunter Myers

November 24th, 2019


In this final week of Biblical Justice, we hosted a Q&A with Rev. Patrick Schlabs, Matt Lambert, the Very Rev. Peet Dickinson, and hosted by Hunter Myers. Listen to our panel discuss practical questions from …

Public Theology | Suffering is a Teacher | Rev. Erin Clifford

November 18th, 2019


Rev. Erin Clifford visited East Africa as a researcher, interviewing local Christian leaders to document their experience of suffering for Christ. She discovered Gospel-driven leaders practicing generosity, viewing …

Sing a New Song | Rev. Erin Clifford

November 17th, 2019


In a world obsessed with so much new, new jobs, new tech, new relationships, how often are you open to something genuinely new from God? This week, Rev. Erin Clifford teaches from Psalm 98. 

Biblical Justice Part V: Justice in politics and the purple robe | The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson

November 17th, 2019


In an election year, political discourse ramps up! How can the Bible help Christians think, act, and engage wisely in politics? In this Sunday's …

Preaching from the Pews | The Rt. Rev. Mark Lawrence

November 10th, 2019


The faults and failures of a leader may be obvious, but we often overlook the cares and burdens our leaders carry. What care do we owe to those who …

Biblical Justice Part IV: Biblical Justice for Today's Issues | Patrick Schlabs

November 10th, 2019


Having learned all about biblical justice, how do Christians apply it to real-world issues? In this week's Fall Formation Series, Rev. Patrick Schlabs offers guidance for Christians to seek justice for today's issues. …

Biblical Justice Part III: Decalogue Justice | Matt Lambert

November 3rd, 2019


We've all heard the ten commandments, but how do they actually affect our lives from day to day? In this week's Fall Formation, Matt Lambert teaches …

Biblical Justice Part II: Perfect Justice | Rev. Patrick Schlabs

October 27th, 2019


We may understand the importance of justice, but where do we get an example of justice and the power to live it out? This week Rev. Patrick Schlabs covers examples of justice throughout the Bible. Listen and learn how …

Gospel Allegiance | The Rev. Shay Gregorie

October 27th, 2019


When you think of the word 'faith', what comes to your mind? Perhaps you think of trust, hope, or even a parachute! However, we rarely think of faith as an allegiance. This week, Rev. Shay Gregorie teaches from Luke …

Public Theology | Economic Justice in the Kingdom | Dr. Michael Rhodes

October 21st, 2019


Does the Christian vision for economic justice start & end with soup kitchens? Or, does the Bible offer a truly compelling vision for justice in …

Biblical Justice Part I: Becoming the Just & Righteous Family of God | Michael J. Rhodes

October 20th, 2019


Justice is something we've heard a lot about in our culture lately, but what does it mean for Christains? This week Michael Rhodes explores justice …

Something to be Persistent About | The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson

October 20th, 2019


Being comforted means the world, but being comfortable amounts to little. So, why do we prefer comfortable choices? In Luke 18, Jesus tells a story of a widow who made an uncomfortable choice: to persistently plea her …

Recognition, Remembrance, and Thanksgiving | The Rev. Dr. Kendall Harmon

October 13th, 2019


How often does, "Thank you!" slip out of your mouth? Expressing thankfulness is, in some ways, an odd task. When Jesus healed 10 lepers and only one …

Do Not Fret | The Rt. Rev. Dr. Stephen Kaziimba

October 6th, 2019


Sometimes a problem can seem so big that you can't hide how worried you are. That's what it means to fret; it's when your anxiety is evident in your actions. So, what hope do we have when we face problems, big & …

Wisdom Literature Part IV: Job | The Rev. Peet Dickinson

October 6th, 2019


You may live a good life according the the Bible, but bad things may still happen to you. This may cause you to ask yourself, "Does God hate me? Did I do something wrong? Is God really just after all?" This week the …

Overlooking the Kingdom | Rev. Patrick Schlabs

September 29th, 2019


How do you use your resources? Your financial advisor may tell you, "Use it to make MORE money!" But what if there is a different 'more' that Jesus …

Wisdom Literature Part III: Ecclesiastes | Matt Lambert

September 29th, 2019


Knowing wise principles is one thing; applying them wisely is the real challenge! Did you know that a whole book of the Bible is devoted to how hard …

A Kingdom Perspective on Resources | Rev. Patrick Schlabs

September 22nd, 2019


Why do anti-heroes gain our affections? Even Jesus tells the story of a flawed anti-hero in Luke 16:1-13. But, what if there's more going on in the parable than a mischievous manager? This week, Rev. Patrick Schlabs …

Wisdom Literature Part II: Wisdom & The Good Life | Matt Lambert

September 22nd, 2019


You may have found a few "life hacks" along the way. But, what is real wisdom? Is it an order? A skill? A desire? A disposition? Or is it ultimately …

The Greatest Joy in Heaven | The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson

September 15th, 2019


Many think of Heaven as an endless supply of their favorite activities, foods, and friends. Jesus describes heaven in terms of a celebration, a celebration of when people are found & repent. So, what if the greatest …

Wisdom Literature Part I: Intro & Overview | Rev. Patrick Schlabs

September 15th, 2019


Right now, you can access more information than any previous generation. Yet, true wisdom is no easier to possess. In this Fall Christian Formation series, Rev. Patrick Schlabs introduces the section in the Bible called …

The Bond of the Family of God | The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson

September 8th, 2019


Christian faith is not simply a series of concepts to understand; it's a full, embodied reality that affects everything, including what it means to …

Made Alive | Mystery & Mission (Rev. Patrick Schlabs)

September 1st, 2019


The best loves are contagious! We can't help sharing what we love with others. But the Gospel can be so big & expansive that you can miss out on its mystery and the mission to share the good news with others. What …

Made Alive | Together (Mr. Hunter Myers)

August 25th, 2019


Have you ever thought of 'we' as a powerful word? 'We' begins constitutions, creates national boundaries, and defines families. But what is the 'we' …

Made Alive | A New Self (The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson)

August 18th, 2019


Though most of us drive cars nowadays, we understand why you shouldn't put the cart before the horse. But we can even get something as important as …

The Curve | Parenting in a Fast-Paced, High-Tech World (Dr. David Olshine)

August 17th, 2019


Packed schedules and lots of screen time can keep kids from asking important questions, questions about faith, life, and God. At The Curve parents …

Made Alive | Frauds and Freedom (Rev. Patrick Schlabs)

August 11th, 2019


Freedom doesn't really need to be explained; it's something we all want! But in life, fraudulent paths often obscure the path to true freedom in …

Made Alive | The Riches of Christ (The Very Rev. Peet Dickinson)

August 4th, 2019


Talk is cheap, and if we're not careful we use it to fill & justify our lives. What does it look like to instead rest in the richness of Jesus …

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