St. Francis Podcast Network

St. Francis is proud to offer almost everything we do to the public in podcast form. Accessible from any computer or mobile device, our classes, sermons, and discussions will enable listeners everywhere to join us in celebrating God's good news for sinners: the free gift of his Son, Jesus.

Note: all of this content is also available in our Sermons & Media archive HERE.

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St. Francis Sermons
Each week, the clergy of St. Francis in the Fields Episcopal Church proclaim the Gospel: the Good News that Jesus Christ came to save sinners.

St. Francis Adult Education
Classes and discussion groups led by the clergy of St. Francis -- as well as outside experts -- are intended to help our parishioners grow in their faith and understanding of God's grace.

St. Francis Rector's Forums
In an interview from 1966, Karl Barth is reported to have said, "The Pastor and the Faithful should not deceive themselves into thinking that they are a religious society, which has to do with certain themes; they live in the world. We still need--according to my old formulation--the Bible and the Newspaper." Structured around that vision, our Rector's Forum is intended to help bring the great truths of the Christian faith to bear on the lived lives of everyday people.

St. Francis Tuesday Bible Studies
The clergy of St. Francis in the Fields teach systematically through a book of the Bible each semester.

The Pelican Pie Podcast
Legend has it that, when necessary, the Pelican would feed its young with its own blood. On acccount of this symbolic connection with the Cross, the Pelican was chosen as one of the heraldic symbols of Thomas Cranmer, the Archbishop of Canterbury who introduced the Protestant Reformation to England. The title of this podcast comes from a hymn attributed to Thomas Aquinas called Adoro te Devote, which refers to Jesus as the Pié Pelicane -- the Pelican of Mercy. At Pelican Pie, Jady Koch and Nick Lannon (and guests) celebrate Christ's merciful offering and its impact on our world.

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This Sunday

May 27

Nursery opens at 9:15am

8:00am Holy Eucharist Rite I (no music)

10:00am Holy Eucharist Rite II (organ and choir)
          -- with Children's Church

Immediately following the 10:00 a.m. service we will have a reception to celebrate the ministry of The Rev. Dr. John D. Koch, Jr. and his service as Rector at St. Francis.


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