First Sunday with Interim Rector, The Rev. C. Dean Taylor.
Annual service honoring Memphis police officers and law enforcement on the feast of St. Michael, patron saint of police. Local police officials, including Tillman precinct colonel and Memphis police director, and Memphis' mayor attended.
Semi-annual closing service for the SOULWorks Spiritual Weekend, led by guest priest from St. James Jackson, MS.
The annual commemoration of those who died in the Yellow Fever Epidemic of 1878 while treating the sick at St. Mary's Cathedral.
George deals with healing through faith and the Charlottesville protests.
The Easter sermon of St. John Chrysostom, read each year at Easter Vigil
Part 3 of 5 part series. Fr. Bob examines the Prayers of the People and the passing of the peace as integral parts of worshipping in a community.Download transcript »
Part 2 of 5 part series. Fr. Jay discusses the reading of scripture to the people in their own language and our individual role in it.
Part 1 of 5 part series for Lent 2017, breaking down the Eucharistic liturgy into pieces and examining the history, purpose, and theology of each. On the first Sunday, Fr. Jay introduces the process and looks closely at the opening lines of our worship service and the responses of the congregation.
Kirkin' of the Tartans
Service honoring the Memphis Police on the Feast Day (observed) of St. Michael the Archangel, leader of heaven's armies and patron saint of police and the military.
Sister Constance and Her Companions, the Martyrs of Memphis, died while treating victims of Yellow Fever in late summer of 1878 at St. Mary's Episcopal Cathedral. They are commemorated with a Feast Day in the Episcopal Church.
Seventh Sunday of Easter
Due to some technical difficulties, this recording starts a few minutes into the sermon. Our apologies for the inconvenience.
Alleluia! He is Risen!
Pilate hands Jesus over to be crucified.
The Romans crucified Jesus and cast lots for his clothing.
Jesus dies on the cross and his lifeless body is taken to the tomb.