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Our Sermons

CSPC is a community that values a variety of voices offering the word of God. While our Stated Supply preaches at least three times a month, our church often invites Elders and local ministers to grace our pulpit.  Just as there are many voices in the kingdom of God, so too are the voices from the pulpit.  

 

Our sermons can be found on our Chestnut Street Presbyterian Church Youtube Channel following Sunday Services.  All sermons are usually filmed via Facebook Live from our Chestnut Street Presbyterian Facebook Page.  

 

You are welcome to join us every Sunday at 11AM. 

January Sermon Series

CSPC

CSPC is a community that values a variety of voices offering the word of God. While our Stated Supply preaches at least three times a month, our church often invites Elders and local ministers to grace our pulpit.  Just as there are many voices in the kingdom of God, so too are the voices from the pulpit.  

 

Our sermons can be found on our Chestnut Street Presbyterian Church YouTube Channel following Sunday Services.  All sermons are usually filmed via Facebook Live from our Chestnut Street Presbyterian Facebook Page.  

 

You are welcome to join us every Sunday at 11AM. 

August Sermon Series:
A GOSPEL FOR THE INCARCERATED

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BLACK AUGUST

Black August is a month-long observance that honors the lives and legacies of Black political prisoners, freedom fighters, and martyrs of the Black liberation struggle. It is also a time to reflect on the history of the Black freedom struggle and to recommit to the fight for justice and liberation.  

 

Black August was initiated by the Black Guerilla Family in San Quentin State Prison in 1979 when a group of incarcerated people came together to commemorate the deaths of brothers Jonathan Jackson and George Jackson. They initiated a set of values and practices to commemorate Black August which included:

  • Studying the history of Black political prisoners and freedom fighters.

  • Fasting as a symbolic act of resistance against the prison system and the state. 

  • Training. This includes physical training, political education, and self-defense training.

  • Fighting for justice and liberation.

 

LEARN MORE ABOUT BLACK AUGUST HERE!

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