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The Sunday Sermon

Each week we will post the previous Sunday's sermon to our YouTube channel and you can follow the links from this page to see any of them. The list below is just the most recent sermons, but additional videos are available on YouTube.

How to not miss the gift of grace that's waiting for us just because we don't recognize the packaging...Mother Dorothy's sermon for the Third Sunday of Lent...

God asks us to trust and obey him with the strength and courage given to us by the Holy Spirit...Rev. Noble Walker's sermon on March 12th.

God's holy Word...still our protection, still our help. Mother Dorothy's sermon, on the first Sunday of Lent..

Coming down from the mountaintop - transformed, unafraid and ready to serve. Today's sermon...

Jesus  is the cornerstone of and foundation of our spiritual lives, but each of us is a special brick in His house called to contribute to it as best we can.

God gave us the 10 commandments as a template to follow to happiness, all you have to do is follow them.

No empty words, no empty ritual...God wants our hearts, God wants us to be the light of the world. Today's sermon.

The call to follow Jesus...our unique gifts valued, no special skills required....Sunday, January 22, 2017

What are we looking for? Jesus still invites us to come and see what really matters...Today's sermon.

What's in a name? What does it mean to call ourselves followers of Jesus? Mother Dorothy explains it requires a commitment from us to claim that name for ourselves.

Sowing seeds of peace amid turbulent times...Mother Dorothy's sermon for the first Sunday of Advent...

Never tire of doing good....the hurting people in God's world need to see the light and love of God radiating through us..

Mother Dorothy explores the process which brings us together - from being alone, to being with God and into caring for each other in our community.

God is with us - God is always with us - even in the midst of our most difficult trials. Hear Mother Dorothy's sermon from October 9, on Jeremiah 29 and Luke 17.

The Church will remain relevant as long as we remember how it is that we order our lives: pursuing righteousness, godliness, faith, love, gentleness, generosity, sharing, helping all of God's people. Hear Mother Dorothy's sermon from today. You can listen to Mother Dorothy's sermon here.

Padre Noble Walker talks about the importance of letting God mold our lives and accepting he has better things in our future than we can imagine. To hear his inspiring sermon, click here.

After becoming the first African American woman to win an individual gold medal in swimming in the Olympics, Simone Manuel reflected, "it's not about me, but those who came before me and those who will come after me who now know it's possible." Giving thanks for the cloud of witnesses who paved the way of faith for us, as we take our own place in leaving a legacy for those who follow. Hear Mother Dorothy's sermon...

Faith is the belief that somewhere out there beyond the dark, cold waters of the Mediterranean Sea, beyond war-torn countries, beyond tent-cities and ghettos, there is safety and a better life, with God and God's people who hear the call to help. Hear Mother Dorothy's sermon, on Hebrews 11:1-3, 8-16.

God didn't entrust us with all of this "stuff" for us just to hoard it...Hear Mother Dorothy's sermon on Luke 12:13-21...

"Your kingdom come" is not a passive petition to God...hear Mother Dorothy's sermon on how prayer changes us, and how we are called to change the world.

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Lauren Winner to speak at St. George's April 4

Lauren WinnerLauren Winner, Author and Duke Divinity School Professor to Speak at St. George's on April 4

Lauren Frances Winner is an American historian, author and lecturer and a lunch-time speaker at the Calvary Lenten Preaching Series at Calvary Episcopal Church, Memphis on April 4 and 5.  On Tuesday, April 4, at 7 pm she will be speaking at St. George’s Episcopal Church, 2425 S. Germantown Road, Germantown. The lecture is free and open to the public.

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PRIZM Music Camp for Youth

Register now for PRIZM Music Camp!

As you know by now, this year marks our 9th annual PRIZM Music Camp & International Chamber Music Festival, and we're expanding to TWO weeks! 

For our first week, we'll be back at Shady Grove Presbyterian Church. For our second week, we're excited to partner with First Baptist Church on Broad Avenue! This summer we have an opportunity to significantly expand the reach of our programs, creating more access and more opportunity for young musicians across our city. Throughout both weeks, we will continue to feature an inclusive atmosphere with outstanding international faculty who are dedicated to enhancing the musical development of our youth.
 
To participate in the Music Camp Festival, students must be 12 years or older and have a minimum of two years of experience with their instrument. We do offer need-based scholarships to ensure that all students can have this inspiring opportunity. PRIZM Camp is a full day camp, with evening concert commitments. Head here for a sample schedule. 

What are you waiting for? Click the link below to register - we can't wait to see you this summer! 

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