All of the Sunday morning sermons at Christ City Church are available as podcasts. You can browse by series or see the episodes listed chronologically. To subscribe via your favorite podcast app, try the links below:

Palm Sunday

Pastor Matthew Watson's Palm Sunday message explores how Jesus entered Jerusalem in protest, reacted in anger to exploitation in the Temple, and then rested.

Prayer: The Bread We Need Now

Guest preacher Aaron Dorsey looks at the story of Moses and the Israelites wandering in the desert in Exodus, reminding us that it is not selfish to pray for our own needs. "Part of God’s nature is to notice, to attend to people and their suffering. It is not something we need to coerce God into. God already attends to us."

Prayer: Your Kingdom Come, Your Will Be Done

Pastor Matthew Watson preaches about the "already and not yet" of God's Kingdom, and how we can continue to pray for God's Kingdom to come and God's will to be done in the midst of this reality.

Prayer: May Your Name Be Honored

Pastor Andrea Ackermann unpacks the second phrase of the Lord's prayer.

Prayer: Our Father in Heaven

Before anything else, the Lord’s Prayer establishes a relationship. It begins with being about God, before it’s about us; it starts with recognizing who God is: our Father in heaven. Pastor Justin Fung examines the opening phrase in the Lord's prayer.

Learning to Pray: Praying Like Jesus Prayed

Pastor Matthew Watson introduces our new sermon series on the Lords' Prayer.

Ash Wednesday 2021

This Ash Wednesday, we gathered virtually to worship and confess together. Elder Ife Johnson shared a spoken word poem, and Pastor Justin Fung brought a homily from Joel 2.

Missional Presence

God is a sending God and we are a sent people. Pastor Matthew Watson preaches on the value of missional presence and our role in bearing the good news that God is at work today.

Sexual Wholeness for a Culture That Splits Bodies from Souls

Our bodies matter, and what we do with them matters. Pastor Justin Fung preaches on sex and sexuality in our fifth week of The Deeply Formed Life series.