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Enjoy sermons from Fr. Alex Farmer, Fr. James Manley, and the occasional guest preacher.

Servants of Christ Anglican Church is located in Gainesville, FL, USA.
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In Jesus's temptation, we can take comfort in our own: He has been tempted and so our temptation is no failing of our own; He provides a way of escape; and when we sin, He is our Advocate with God the Father.  Like what you hear? Learn more about us: https://linktr.ee/servantsanglican https://www.servantsanglican.org/
On this Ash Wednesday we gather to prepare our hearts to keep a holy Lent. If you like what you hear, you can learn more about us: https://linktr.ee/servantsanglican https://www.servantsanglican.org/
Our curate, Dcn. Michael Mayo, preaches his first sermon with us on the Transfiguration of Jesus - what it means and how we learn from it is the topic. If you like what you hear, you can learn more about us here: https://www.servantsanglican.org/ https://linktr.ee/servantsanglican
Jesus heals and restores and our mission is to tell the world. Fr. James Manley is preaching on the healing of Peter's mother-in-law in Mark 1. If you like what you hear, we invite you to learn more about us: https://www.servantsanglican.org/ https://linktr.ee/servantsanglican
In Jesus we have the delegated authority given to us as adopted sons and daughters of the Most High. If you like what you've heard, learn more about us: https://linktr.ee/servantsanglican https://www.servantsanglican.org/
Fr. Alex Farmer explains that evangelizing isn't about a political vote or a shout for repentance, but rather a steady devotion to Jesus that transforms your life and makes his name known. If you like what you hear, learn more about us: https://www.servantsanglican.org/ https://linktr.ee/servantsanglican
This Epiphany we contemplate the light that has come to us through Jesus Christ. Fr. Alex Farmer encourages us not to be distracted but to lean into Jesus. If you like what you hear, learn more about us: https://www.servantsanglican.org/ https://linktr.ee/servantsanglican
Like any good leader, Jesus had an inauguration day. At Jesus's baptism, the Father came down with the Spirit and blessed the ministry that began immediately after.  Fr. Alex Farmer is preaching. If you like what you see, you can learn more about us: https://www.servantsanglican.org/ https://linktr.ee/servantsanglican
Fr. Alex Farmer wants to remind us that our worship together is important and should shape who we are. Find out more about us through our Linktree or website: https://linktr.ee/servantsanglican https://www.servantsanglican.org/
On the third day of Christmas, Fr. James Manley brought us a really great sermon, no French hens in sight. If you like what you've heard, learn more about us: https://linktr.ee/servantsanglican https://www.servantsanglican.org/
Fr. Alex Farmer reminds us that we have much to be thankful for despite the circumstances of this year. Jesus was pleased to dwell among us. If you like what you've heard, learn more about us: https://linktr.ee/servantsanglican https://www.servantsanglican.org/
For a little treat we've uploaded the entire Lessons & Carols service for your listening pleasure. Fr. Alex's sermon was short and sweet and you can skip ahead to the 0:58:30 mark if you'd rather just hear his words.  RSVP for our in-person Christmas Eve service: https://www.servantsanglican.org/reopening Learn more about us: https://linktr.ee/servantsanglican https://www.servantsanglican.org/ Song Credits "O Day of Peace" by Carol Daws & Josh Garrels. (c)2016 Josh Garrels Small Voice LLC "Drive Out the Darkness" by Dan Marotta, John Swinton, Isaac Wardell & Paul Zach. (c)2020 Integrity Worship Music "O Worship the King" by Robert Grant, Johann Michael Haydn, Wendell Kimbrough. (c)2012 Wendell Kimbrough "All Creatures of Our God and King" by Francis of Assisi, David Crowder, William Henry Draper & Brent Milligan. (c)2002 Moon and Musky Music, sixsteps Music, worshiptogether.com songs, (c)2003 Sparrow Records "Come Ye Sinners" by Bruce Benedict, Joseph Hart. (c) 1759 Public Domain "Comfort, Oh Comfort" by Caroline Cobb. (c)2020 Sing the Story Music "Come Light Our Hearts" by Sandra McCracken. (c)2014 Drink Your Tea Music "O Come, O Come Emmanuel" by John Mason Neale. Public Domain "O Little Town of Bethlehem" by Phillips Brooks. Public Domain "Oh Righteous Branch" by Caroline Cobb. (c)2020 Sing the Story Music "Joy to the World" by Isaac Watts. Public Domain "Mary's Arms" by Sandra McCracken. (c)2019 Integrity Worship Music, Paper News Publishing "Come Thou Long-Expected Jesus" by Katy Bowser, J. Wilbur Chapman, Charles Wesley. (c)1744, 1910 Public Domain, (c)2015 Velveteen Songs
Sunday we had technical difficulties with our audio, so Fr. Alex Farmer graciously agreed to re-record for the online viewers and podcast listeners! Like what you hear? Learn more about us: https://www.servantsanglican.org/ https://linktr.ee/servantsanglican
Fr. Alex Farmer reminds us to be grateful for the John the Baptists in our lives and to be a John the Baptist to someone else. If you like what you've heard, you can learn more about us: https://linktr.ee/servantsanglican https://www.servantsanglican.org/
Fr. Alex Farmer, preaching from Mark 13:24-37, recalls us to our purpose: to work while we wait for Jesus. If you like what you hear, learn more about us: https://linktr.ee/servantsanglican https://www.servantsanglican.org/
Fr. Alex Farmer shows us how God has instructed us to "do it all" in His Word, preaching from Jesus's last words before His ministry ended in Matthew 25:31-46. If you like what you've heard, learn more about us: https://www.servantsanglican.org/ https://linktr.ee/servantsanglican
Fr. Bob Ayres encourages us through the parable of the talents not to let those things that disadvantage us to hold us back from doing all we can to aid the furthering of the Kingdom. If you like what you hear, you can learn more about us: https://www.servantsanglican.org/ https://linktr.ee/servantsanglican
Fr. James Manley speaks about taking seriously the preparation for Jesus's return, but not to rely on our own righteousness to save us. If you like what you hear, you can learn more about us: https://linktr.ee/servantsanglican https://www.servantsanglican.org/
Fr. Alex Farmer is preaching from Matthew 5 on this All Saints' Day, admonishing us to strive to model the values of the kingdom here on earth, with the Lord's help.  If you like what you hear, learn more about us: https://www.servantsanglican.org/ https://linktr.ee/servantsanglican
Fr. Alex Farmer is back in Matthew discussing chapter 22 where the Pharisees and Sadducees decide to try to trip up Jesus. If you like what you hear, you can learn more about us: https://linktr.ee/servantsanglican https://www.servantsanglican.org/
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