Intentional Availability | St. Albert Alliance May 28, 2023 Sermon

May 28, 2023 • Lisa Peters

It feels like loneliness and isolation are at an all-time high these days. We need community and meaningful relationships deeply, yet, we live lives that are often overextended and isolated, making it difficult to engage meaningfully with others. Join us as we continue our series, The Way, and look at how Jesus lived a life of intentional availability to others and how we can meaningfully grow in this ourselves.

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Experiencing Sabbath Renewal | St. Albert Alliance July 2, 2023 Sermon

July 2, 2023 • Kirk Cowman

Jesus practice Sabbath and broke Sabbath rules all at the same time. Jesus regularly engaged in Sabbath practices and regularly healed those around him. In modelling the practice of Sabbath and healing people on the Sabbath Jesus reveals something beautiful about the heart of God and the practice of Sabbath.  Missed a sermon? Listen to our sermon podcast! https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/st-albert-alliance-church/id1650283917

Experiencing Wholeness | St. Albert Alliance June 25, 2023 Sermon

June 25, 2023 • Kirk Cowman

Have you ever repeatedly walked past something broken and wondered when it would get fixed? It could be a door, a window, or it could be a person. There is brokenness all around us and in us. In the New Testament, we read about Jesus healing and delivering people from spiritual, physical and relational brokenness; Jesus exchanges brokenness for wholeness. Do you ever wish that Jesus would do that or you? Jesus is still offering wholeness. Jesus sees our brokenness and wants to make us whole today. As we continue our series, The Way, we are going to discover the practice of experiencing wholeness—letting Jesus take what is broken in us and around us and make it whole. Join us this Sunday and discover that Jesus is for the whole person. He’s for all of you.

Revealing Mercy | St. Albert Alliance June 18, 2023 Sermon

June 18, 2023 • Mike Sotski

We often find our lives dictated by our calendars. Meetings, places to go, and things to do often create a rush in our lives that allow little margin for disruption, and yet, we all know those disruptions will come. We often see these disruptions as nuisances because we have a schedule to keep. But what if we began to see these disruptions as opportunities? Join us as we look at how Jesus saw disruption as an opportunity to reveal mercy and see those around him.