RSS Feeds

Every time a new sermon is preached or a new blog is posted to this site, a file is published, summarizing the new content. This file feed is called Really Simple Syndication (RSS). Certain web-based and desktop applications can be configured to seek out those files, and notify their users when the new content becomes available. We offer RSS subscriptions for our blogs and also for sermons, which take the form of a podcast.


Power Users

If you already know what you are doing and just need links to our feeds, look no further:


Subscribing to the Podcast

The simplest way to subscribe to our podcast is via iTunes. Once set up, iTunes will automatically download new audio sermons as soon as they are available. Just follow these simple steps:

  1. Download iTunes here:

  2. Install iTunes and then open the application on your computer.

  3. Go to: Advanced > Subscribe to Podcast > add the URL feed://

  4. Click the podcast icon in the iTunes sidebar to view the podcast and check for new downloads.

  5. Double-click any file to play.


Subscribing to the Blogs

There are a variety of RSS Feed Readers that you may use to subscribe to RSS Feeds. E-mail programs such as Apple Mail and Thunderbird feature RSS subscription. A few other popular Feed Readers include: