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:

The Lion and the Lamb

Have you ever wondered, "Who's really in charge in our world?" Matthew Watson talks about the one who sits on the throne, even in the midst of the turmoil around us. [Revelation 4-5]

Losing a First Love

Matthew Watson talks about the opening address to the seven churches of Revelation, focusing John's words to the church in Ephesus. [Revelation 2:1-7]

The Revelation of Jesus Christ

How would you summarize the book of Revelation? And how would you summarize your feelings about the book of Revelation? Justin Fung begins our six-week look at the book of Revelation by teaching some basics of biblical interpretation and helping us start to understand one of the most misinterpreted, misunderstood, and avoided books of the Bible. [Revelation 1:1-3]

Finding Rest in Days of Labor

This Sunday, on the eve of Labor Day – a national holiday designed to celebrate the American worker – Matthew and Lisa Watson explore what God has to say about rest. We give consideration to God’s day of rest and what Jesus means that his yoke is easy. [Matthew 11:25-30]


Justin Fung closes out our look at our calling as Christ City Church by talking about "church" -- what the church is and what it means for us to be the church. [1 Peter 2:4-5, 9-10]


Pastor Matthew continues our look at our calling as Christ City Church -- to our city of Washington, D.C. -- and what that means for us with our neighbors and in our neighborhoods. [Acts 17:24-28; Hebrews 11:9-10, 14-16]


We begin our life as Christ City Church by looking at the different parts of our calling. Pastor Matthew kicks us off by talking about Christ. [Colossians 1:15-23]

New Name, Same Calling

Pastor Justin and Pastor Matthew tag-team to bring us the message on the first Sunday of our life as Christ City Church. First, Pastor Justin talks about our continued identity and calling as resurrection people; then Pastor Matthew speaks about what it means to have a new name. [Habakkuk 1:5, 2:2-3, 3:2]