Were you serving in Children's Ministry last week or perhaps out of town or sick? We've tried to make it easy for you to listen to sermons you miss or to re-listen to a sermon you found particularly helpful.

Typically, new sermons are added to the church website before you get home from the Sunday gathering. 

1. Play the sermon (or teaching) on the website.

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You can find the four most recent Sunday sermons on the homepage. Simply click the play icon on the sermon you'd like to listen to. You can also find all of the recorded teachings on the Sermons page. Notice that on the right side of the page you can filter sermons by speaker, series, or Bible book. The list will often span more than one page, so don't forget to page through until you find what you're looking for.

We are also adding specific teachings to some of the other resource pages on the site such as the men's or women's ministry pages or the parenting or marriage resource pages.

If you'd like to suggest one of our sermons for one of these resource pages, please let us know.

2. Download the mp3 audio file to listen later.

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Perhaps you don't have time to listen in front of your computer right now. You can download the audio file to listen to the teaching later.

You can only download sermons from the main sermons page. If you are on the homepage or the resource pages, you will have to click on the sermon title to take you to the main sermon page for that teaching. Then you can right-click on the link to download the file. You can then open the audio file on your computer or put it on your mobile device.

3. Subscribe to have the latest sermons delivered automatically.

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This is the easiest option and will ensure that you always have access to the latest sermons. We offer two subscription options. If you use iTunes or iOS devides (iPhone or iPad), you can click on the iTunes Podcast Link on the sermons page. This will add the SGC Sermon Podcast to your iTunes or device. We also offer a non-iTunes podcast feed for RSS readers or other podcast apps.

Subscribe to the iTunes Podcast

Subscribe to the RSS Podcast


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