Sermons & Liturgical Seasons
There is a rhythm and repetition to our teaching here at Light of Christ Anglican Church. We join centuries of fellow believers as we tell the story of Jesus, over and over, year after year. Because that is the core of all we have to tell: Jesus died and rose again for us. That is our story.
We have six “seasons” that divide the year into two parts.
In the first part (December through May) we tell the story of Jesus, from the prophecies of his coming to his ascension into heaven. That story is told in the seasons of Advent & Christmas, Epiphany, Lent, and Easter.
The second part (June through November) is “the rest of the story”–the power and presence of the Holy Spirit in the world. Since the Holy Spirit came to us at Pentecost, that’s what we call this longest season of the liturgical year.
Sermons for the past year are collected by season.
We are currently in the Season of Pentecost.