David Pileggi

David Pileggi
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David Pileggi lives in Jerusalem with his wife Carol and their three adult children where he is the rector of Christ Church in the Old City of Jerusalem. They have lived in Israel for 33 years where David has worked as a journalist/researcher and for 19 years was director of a study program dedicated to teaching Christians about the Jewish context of their faith. David has an M.A. from the Hebrew University in Jewish Studies and is a licensed tour guide. David Pileggi lives in Jerusalem with his wife Carol and their three adult children where he is the rector of Christ Church in the Old City of Jerusalem. They have lived in Israel for 33 years where David has worked as a journalist/researcher and for 19 years was director of a study program dedicated to teaching Christians about the Jewish context of their faith. David has an M.A. from the Hebrew University in Jewish Studies and is a licensed tour guide.

LISTEN: Matthew 23: The significance of detail

Rev. David Pileggi looks at today’s gospel passage, in which Jesus rebukes the religious leaders of two thousand years ago; but this passage is also for the Church. What causes us to stumble in this passage?

LISTEN: Matthew 23: The significance of detail

Rev. David Pileggi looks at today’s gospel passage, in which Jesus rebukes the religious leaders of two thousand years ago; but this passage is also for the Church. What causes us to stumble in this passage?

LISTEN: Teaching about All Saints Day

Rev. David Pileggi looks at the All Saints Day Holiday: We should be able to come to this holiday in a proper and biblical manner and honour those faithful ones who have gone before us.

LISTEN: Matthew 22: Prepared and ready to face God

Rev. David Pileggi looks at the parable of the wedding feast. Being invited into the wedding was not dependent upon wearing the right garment, but staying in the wedding was!

LISTEN: Revelation 12: War in Heaven

Last week we started a series on idolatry; this presents a challenge to all of us. As we continue, in the context of the Feast of Michael and All Angels, Rev. David Pileggi exhorts us that book of Revelation is to be read and cherished.

LISTEN: Forgiveness – Matthew 18: 21-35

Rev. David Pileggi looks at the process of what to do “if your brother sins against you”. Our tendency may be to enforce our rights and boundaries, engage in self-justification and exhibit a lack of mercy.

LISTEN: Rosh Hashanah: A time of repentance

Rev. David Pileggi begins a three-week series on the subject of autumn holidays. Rosh Hashanah is a time of repentance and introspection, opening a period of ten days prior to Yom Kippur in which to get right with God and other people.

LISTEN: Death that brings life – Matthew 16:21-28

Rev. David Pileggi recaps on last week by reminding us of the question, “What does a Messiah do?” and “What does Sonship mean?” The Father loves the Son and the Son obeys the Father.

LISTEN: Jesus the obedient one – Matthew 16:13-20

Rev. David Pileggi spoke on the gospel reading where Jesus goes into the northern region of Caesarea Philippi, an area of darkness and paganism.

LISTEN: Matthew 15 – Perseverance moves God’s heart

Rev. David Pileggi, in focusing in on the Canaanite woman, describes Jesus, when He meets a non-Jewish woman who understands that He is the Son of David.

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