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Trinity Grace Church is a family of neighborhood churches in New York City committed to joining God in the renewal of all things. These sermons from our Tribeca parish explore what it means to follow Christ within the cultural context of New York City. Visit tgctribeca.com for more information.

Latest Episodes

Unity + Diversity

On MLK Sunday Michael begins to explore our church’s core values, beginning with our sense of calling to hold the tension of unity and diversity.

-1 s2 d ago
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Unity + Diversity

LOVE is the WHAT

Our mission is to help New Yorkers embody the love of Christ for the good of our neighbors. Michael explores how Christ uniquely shapes our idea of a love that tears down walls of division and extends to all.

-1 s1 w ago
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LOVE is the WHAT

LIFE is the WHY

Jesus himself said that life was the point. But at this cultural moment many are wandering with an untethered spirituality or weathering toxic religion. In this sermon Michael uses the image of the wind and the sail to talk about how we can live a good life.

-1 s2 w ago
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LIFE is the WHY

Life Is God's Analogy

On the fifth day of Christmas, Tyler Schwartz reflects on Psalm 148 and suggests that everything in life from the birds of the air to the sun and moon reflect something about God in their purpose. Human beings are no exception, but what does it mean for humans to find their purpose?

-1 s2 w ago
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Life Is God's Analogy

Cosmic Christmas

On Christmas Eve, Michael reflects on the sweeping language of St. John's gospel when it comes to the Christmas story. What makes Jesus so special and what invitation exists for us in it?

-1 s2 w ago
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Cosmic Christmas

What Good Fathers Give

Sean Palmer explores the story of Tamar, one of the women in Matthew's genealogy of Jesus. During this Advent season, let's spend time recapturing the backstory of the story gives meaning to our lives.

-1 s2019 DEC 19
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What Good Fathers Give

Spend Less

This week we continue our Advent Conspiracy emphasis as we listen to the invitation of John the Baptizer to change our ways. Many heard his words and asked “what should we do?”. Would John tell us to spend less during this holiday season?

-1 s2019 DEC 10
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Spend Less

Advent I - Worship Fully

As the church begins the journey of Advent Conspiracy we explore the connection between worship and desire and seek to stretch our understanding beyond the dualisms often associated by the idea of worship.

-1 s2019 DEC 3
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Advent I - Worship Fully

Save Yourself

On Christ the King Sunday, why do we focus on the story of the crucifixion? In this sermon Michael distills the message surrounding Jesus at the cross to one phrase: “save yourself”. Jesus looks into the darkness of that deep human instinct and speaks a creative word which tilts the world on its side: “forgive them”.

-1 s2019 NOV 26
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Save Yourself

Don't Panic

When life is in a state of upheaval, we often need ways of talking about reality that give us some separation from it and enable us to face it with an open calm rather than violent panic. That is the role of apocalyptic language and this is the force of Jesus’ teaching in today’s gospel.

-1 s2019 NOV 19
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Don't Panic

Latest Episodes

Unity + Diversity

On MLK Sunday Michael begins to explore our church’s core values, beginning with our sense of calling to hold the tension of unity and diversity.

-1 s2 d ago
Comments
Unity + Diversity

LOVE is the WHAT

Our mission is to help New Yorkers embody the love of Christ for the good of our neighbors. Michael explores how Christ uniquely shapes our idea of a love that tears down walls of division and extends to all.

-1 s1 w ago
Comments
LOVE is the WHAT

LIFE is the WHY

Jesus himself said that life was the point. But at this cultural moment many are wandering with an untethered spirituality or weathering toxic religion. In this sermon Michael uses the image of the wind and the sail to talk about how we can live a good life.

-1 s2 w ago
Comments
LIFE is the WHY

Life Is God's Analogy

On the fifth day of Christmas, Tyler Schwartz reflects on Psalm 148 and suggests that everything in life from the birds of the air to the sun and moon reflect something about God in their purpose. Human beings are no exception, but what does it mean for humans to find their purpose?

-1 s2 w ago
Comments
Life Is God's Analogy

Cosmic Christmas

On Christmas Eve, Michael reflects on the sweeping language of St. John's gospel when it comes to the Christmas story. What makes Jesus so special and what invitation exists for us in it?

-1 s2 w ago
Comments
Cosmic Christmas

What Good Fathers Give

Sean Palmer explores the story of Tamar, one of the women in Matthew's genealogy of Jesus. During this Advent season, let's spend time recapturing the backstory of the story gives meaning to our lives.

-1 s2019 DEC 19
Comments
What Good Fathers Give

Spend Less

This week we continue our Advent Conspiracy emphasis as we listen to the invitation of John the Baptizer to change our ways. Many heard his words and asked “what should we do?”. Would John tell us to spend less during this holiday season?

-1 s2019 DEC 10
Comments
Spend Less

Advent I - Worship Fully

As the church begins the journey of Advent Conspiracy we explore the connection between worship and desire and seek to stretch our understanding beyond the dualisms often associated by the idea of worship.

-1 s2019 DEC 3
Comments
Advent I - Worship Fully

Save Yourself

On Christ the King Sunday, why do we focus on the story of the crucifixion? In this sermon Michael distills the message surrounding Jesus at the cross to one phrase: “save yourself”. Jesus looks into the darkness of that deep human instinct and speaks a creative word which tilts the world on its side: “forgive them”.

-1 s2019 NOV 26
Comments
Save Yourself

Don't Panic

When life is in a state of upheaval, we often need ways of talking about reality that give us some separation from it and enable us to face it with an open calm rather than violent panic. That is the role of apocalyptic language and this is the force of Jesus’ teaching in today’s gospel.

-1 s2019 NOV 19
Comments
Don't Panic
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