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In this sermon, Mthr Susie Skillen preaches on the vital importance of encouragement, especially when that encouragement comes from our LORD.
The Rev. Canon Susan Skillen serves as Canon for Spiritual Formation in the Anglican Diocese in New England. Besides assisting at Cathedral worship services, she also often teaches Adult Spiritual Formation classes and Bible studies and is available for pastoral care. For the Diocese Mthr. Susie trains spiritual directors through the “Holy Conversation” course, a two-year program. She also often leads pilgrimages to Italy and England.
In this sermon delivered on 3rd November, 2019, Fr Ross Kimball comforts his hearers that saints are not superheroes, but frail men and women held up by the mercy and grace of God in Jesus Christ.
The Rev. Canon Ross Kimball is a bi-vocational priest who serves in many capacities for the Diocese while working in law full-time at a Boston firm. Fr. Ross was ordained to the priesthood in 2008, answering a call that began during his time in law school. Can. Ross serves together with Bishop Andrew as Conon to the Ordinary.
In this sermon preached on 27th October, 2019, Fr Brian Bethke shares the glorious Good News that God is not experienced in the extraordinary but rather, in the magnificence of the ordinary.
The Rev. Can. Brian Bethke is Canon for Leadership Development in the Anglican Diocese in New England. Brian is a California native who moved to New England in 2017 after retiring from 21 years of active duty military service in The United States Marine Corps as a Chief Warrant Officer-4. His pastoral experience includes serving as the Outreach Director at Rancho Baptist Church in Temecula, CA; Pastor of Tribes 4 Christ Community Church on the La Jolla Indian Reservation; and most recently as the North Andover Campus Director of Operations at Free Christian Church in Andover, MA. Additionally, he has served as the New England Director of Church Multiplication for the Conservative Congregational Christian Conference, Vice President of Tribes 4 Christ Inc., and as an adjunct Professor of Leadership with Transformational Leadership in Africa Inc
Delivered on January 28th, 2019, Fr. Nathan preaches on Jesus’s first miracle in John’s gospel account—turning water into wine—in which he submits that the way to the wedding is meant to point us to the cross. Sermon text is John 2:1:11.
The Very Rev. Dr. Nathan A. Baxter serves as Dean of All Saints Anglican Cathedral. (“Dean” is the historic title for the lead pastor of a cathedral parish). Nathan and his wife Tiffany have two children (Kira & Brendan) and have lived in Amesbury since 2014.
In this sermon delivered on January 13th, 2019, Fr Nathan shares from the Lukan account of Jesus’s Baptism. His central theme is that Jesus enters the waters of John’s baptismal waters with us, for us, and as us. Bible text is Luke 3:15-22.
The Very Rev. Dr. Nathan A. Baxter Fr. Nathan serves as Dean of All Saints Anglican Cathedral. (“Dean” is the historic title for the lead pastor of a cathedral parish). Nathan and his wife Tiffany have two children (Kira & Brendan) and have lived in Amesbury since 2014.
In this sermon, delivered on 6th January, 2019, The Rev Dr. David A. Currie reminds his listeners that "No one can claim Jesus by birth alone, yet all of us can claim Jesus by faith alone. Sermon text is Matthew 2:1-12.
The Rev Dr. David A. Currie is Professor of Practical Theology, and Dean of the Doctor of Ministry and the Ockenga Institute at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in South Hamilton, MA. He also serves as an affiliated Clergy at All Saints Anglican Cathedral, Amesbury, MA.