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Welcome to the Church of the City Podcast. Church of the City New York is a church community passionate about making disciples who "practice the way of Jesus together for the renewal of the city." We believe in the authority and power of the scriptures to shape our communal life and practice, as we seek to teach God's word with clarity and conviction. Most of the teaching in our community is done by Pastor Jon Tyson and our teaching team. We have both morning and evening services and meet in ...
 
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This past Sunday, Pastor Phil Manginelli from The Square Church in Atlanta continued our Colossians series with "The Victory You Long For." There is an inevitable human ache within all of us for victory. When victory is pending, we have to figure out which voice we're going to trust and whose call we're going to respond to. Victory is in Jesus's es…
 
We continue our series, Gathering Together, taking a look at the practices of the church. For this sermon, we will take a look at the importance of the corporate gathering, specifically on Sundays. The practice of the gathering together on Sunday dates back to the early church in the book of Acts and has continued ever since. A recent Pew study in …
 
THE STABILITY YOU LONG FOR - This Sunday, Pastor Suzy continued our Summer series on Colossians by preaching about "The Stability You Long For." Often, we look for stability in a multitude of places so that we can feel free and self-actualized. In reality, we only find true security in the person and promise of Jesus Christ, our hope of glory.…
 
This Sunday, we continued our summer series on Colossians with "The Holiness You Long For." Pastor Jon broke down last week's meta-level teaching on our beautiful salvation with a more practical understanding of what salvation means for us in our culture today.بقلم Church of the City New York
 
This Sunday, we come to the last characteristic of the fruit of the Spirit, self-control. We live in a culture that celebrates one’s identity through overindulgence and giving into whatever desires we have. Yet, scripture tells us that to be full of the Holy Spirit is to be a people of self-control. We tend to think that means denying ourselves of …
 
This Sunday, Pastor Olivia continued our summer series on Colossians by preaching about "The Savior You Long For." She dove into the importance of knowing who Jesus really is and having an accurate theology of Him so that we can have a true understanding of the Gospel message.بقلم Church of the City New York
 
This Sunday, MJ unpacks the spiritual fruit of meekness as we continue our series on how the life of the Holy Spirit transforms us into the image of God. Meekness or gentleness is often confused with weakness, but is actually an Holy Spirit empowered orientation of our heart. Paul shows us how we must be a branch attached to the vine of Christ in o…
 
This Sunday we heard from guest Pastor Ralph Castillo, who admonished us to root God’s power in our hearts through patience, long-suffering, and joy as we continue our series in Colossians with “The Power You Long For.” If we earnestly seek His power, we can praise the Lord in the midst of any trial, because we will be able to see His fruit in our …
 
This past Sunday, Pastor Jon continued our Summer sermon series on Colossians with "The Good News You Long For." The gospel of Jesus still holds power in our time because it's a message that explains our current reality and condition and transforms our lives, addressing profound questions about the world and ourselves. We as the church are called t…
 
This Sunday, we explore the spiritual fruits of goodness & faithfulness as we continue our series on how the life of the Holy Spirit transforms us into the image of God. We will see the Hebrew author call us to live our lives in faithfulness as a community, gathering together as the body Christ. Support the show (https://gallerychurch.churchcenter.…
 
This Sunday, Pastor Jon kicked off our Summer sermon series called “The Life You Long For”. Pastor Jon set up the context of the book of Colossians and revealed that Paul wrote it with the purpose of reminding and encouraging the church at Colossae that they need to be faithful to Jesus above all else, because He is the only one who can bring true …
 
This Sunday, we explore the spiritual fruit of kindness as we continue our series on how the life of the Holy Spirit transforms us into the image of God. Kindness is not word most people use to describe Christians or society at large right now, yet it is the type of person we are called to be. What does Christ-centered kindness look like in the 21s…
 
This Sunday, Stan unpacks the spiritual fruit of patience as we continue our series on how the life of the Holy Spirit transforms us into the image of God. In a culture where immediacy is worshiped, Christians are called to exhibit patience — reflecting our God who is patient with us. How does the experience of salvation in Jesus enable us to be pa…
 
This Sunday, Pastor Jon closed out our Unexpected Jesus Series by teaching on the unexpected change we can experience when we encounter Jesus. By laying down the pursuit of external righteousness, and instead going to Jesus with a broken spirit and contrite heart, the grace of God can render deep, noticeable change in our hearts and our lives.…
 
Continuing our series exploring how the life of the Holy Spirit transforms us into the image of God, this Sunday we take a look at joy as a fruit of the Spirit. Joy, unlike happiness, is not based on circumstances. Instead, Jesus is the source and supplier of our joy, and by following the example of his life and death on the cross, we can endure tr…
 
This Sunday, Pastor Jon pointed us to Jesus’ unexpected faithfulness in the face of criticism, cultural pressures, disappointments, and suffering. He reminded us that as Jesus’ disciples we must follow His lead, not losing the nerve to stand apart or hearts that freely love through seasons of hardship.…
 
As we continue our series exploring how the life of the Holy Spirit transforms us into the image of God, this Sunday we take a look at peace, a characteristic of the fruit of the Spirit. The call to be "peacemakers" stands between two false alternatives we see around us and throughout history: on the one hand, justice through violence and destructi…
 
UNEXPECTED PEACE - This Sunday, Pastor SUZY preached through the story of Jesus calming the storm and ushering in unexpected peace in the midst of fear. She encouraged us to learn from the disciples, and instead look to Jesus with eyes of faith, trusting that He is who He says He is, and that His heat and plan are always good.…
 
We are in the middle of a 12 week series exploring how the life of the Holy Spirit transforms us into the image of God. This Sunday we take a look at the first characteristic of the fruit of the Spirit: love. We see, through the Apostle Paul’s words, what love is and isn't. Paul warns us that the evidence of love in one's life is primarily not char…
 
We are in the middle of a 12 week series exploring how the life of the Holy Spirit transforms us into the image of God. Today we explore Paul's comparison of the works of the flesh to the fruit (singular) of the Spirit. This agricultural image is intentional. The transformation of a Christian is like a seed planted in the ground -- it is organic, i…
 
UNEXPECTED VISITATION - This past Sunday, guest Pastor Rafael Castillo preached about the power behind the resurrected Jesus’ encounter with the disciples on the road to Emmaus. He taught that, like He did for these disciples, Jesus can defy our expectations, bring revelation, inspire a spirit of hospitality, and set a fresh fire in our hearts.…
 
We are in the middle of a 12 week series exploring how the life of the Holy Spirit transforms us into the image of God. This week Stan showed us what walking in the Spirit actually means. We looked at specific ways that we see the Holy Spirit at work in us. Scripture promises that this 'fruit' will be the natural growth of any believer walking hand…
 
UNEXPECTED EXTRAVAGANCE - This past Sunday, Pastor OLIVIA preached about Mary of Bethany pouring out a year's worth of wages onto Jesus' s feet. Just like King David before her, Mary became undignified before the Lord, washing His feet with her hair and sitting on the floor to listen to Him speak, all because she was able to recognize the presence …
 
Last Sunday we began a 12 week series exploring how the life of the Holy Spirit transforms us into the image of God. The work of the Spirit in one’s life can be described as organic growth. The heart must be able to receive the word of God. We will look at the different soils (hearts of man) and how each responds to the words of Jesus. Which soil a…
 
This Sunday we begin a new 12 week series exploring how the life of the Holy Spirit transforms us into the image of God. Before we can understand the call to bear fruit, we must get a picture of Jesus, the True Vine, and what it means to be connected to Him. Our life-source must come from Him. What does Jesus mean when He says “He is the True Vine”…
 
On Easter Sunday, we conclude our series studying Jesus' dependence on the Holy Spirit in is his life, death, and resurrection. This week we celebrate Jesus' resurrection! The way Jesus approached his scared and doubting followers after he rose from the grave says much. Here is a tender savior who accepted people where they were, being patient and …
 
SIN: FALLING SHORT - This Sunday, as we enter into Holy Week, Pastor Suzy preached on sin as falling short of God's perfection, by reflecting on Jesus's suffering in the garden of Gethsemane the night before his crucifixion. While many of us may want to skip from Palm Sunday straight to the victory of Easter, Holy Week is an invitation for us to lo…
 
This Sunday we continue our series leading up to Easter looking at Jesus' dependence on the Holy Spirit in his life, death, and resurrection. Today we inspect what Jesus' death says about him. This is the story of a person who has entered fully into our particular human experience to the utmost, and who, out of love, forfeited the most precious thi…
 
This past Sunday, Pastor Jon preached about lawlessness — an utter disregard for God and his laws. Lawlessness manifests as rebellion and causes devastation, not fulfillment, keeping us from being apostles of love and instead dragging us into the world's toxic, selfish culture.بقلم Church of the City New York
 
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