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For Sunday worship

Everyone needs a daily plan to read the Bible. Thankfully our Anglican heritage provides one. In addition, most of the year, when we are not studying a book of the Bible, the lectionary gives us our readings for Sunday worship. Thus you can visit the Lectionary Page to read or meditate on the scriptures that will be taught in Sunday sermons.

Advent 3, Sunday, December 16th

Readings: Zephaniah 3:14-20; Philippians 4:4-7; Luke 1:34-38

Advent 2, Sunday, December 9th

Readings: Malachi 3:1-4; Philippians 1:3-11; Luke 1:26-33

Advent 1, Sunday, December 2nd

Readings: Jeremiah 33:14-16 I; Thessalonians 3:9-13; Luke 2:…

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The Daily Office

The Daily Office is an ancient rhythm and structure for prayer that teaches us to notice the presence and action of God in ourselves and the people and events of our lives.

Pray the Audio Daily Office led by our partner, The Trinity Mission here.

The next Daily Office service is available beginning at:
4am for Morning Prayer
11am for Mid-Day Prayer
4pm for Evening Prayer

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Listen to weekly sermons

Holy Trinity Church sermon podcasts provide the ability to listen to weekly sermons at your convenience, which in turn allows you to stay connected to the content-life of our church.

Hopeful Devotion

12/2/18: Bishop Todd Hunter speaks on Luke 2:8-19

The Resurrection as the Basis for Christian Life and Ministry

11/25/18: Bishop Todd Hunter speaks on Mark 16: 1-6, 14-20

God is With Us

11/18/18: Mike McNichols speaks on Mark 15:1-5, 16, 20, 33-3…

Additional sermon podcasts on iTunes

You can also subscribe and listen to our sermon podcasts on iTunes and listen to sermons in our archive.

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Todd Hunter’s Books

Christianity Beyond Belief is a primer on kingdom-based discipleship to Jesus.

Giving Church Another Chance is Todd’s attempt to demonstrate the evangelistic and discipleship potential of liturgy and sacrament.

The Accidental Anglican tells the story of Todd’s journey from the Jesus Movement to becoming an Anglican Bishop.

Our Favorite Sins is an approach to spiritual formation through the lens of temptation.

Our Character at Work is a book on spiritual formation for servant leaders.