OUR SERMONS

A Sermon for the First Sunday after Easter St. John 20:10-23 by William Klock   In the Easter acclamation we announce, “He is risen!”  That’s good news, but what does…
A Sermon for Easter Day Colossians 3:1-4 & St. John 20:1-10 by William Klock   There are echoes of John’s prologue in those words telling us that Mary came to…
A Sermon for Good Friday St. John 19:1-37 by William Klock   In the passion narrative today, St. John describes the agony of Jesus as he was scourged by soldiers,…
A Sermon for Maundy Thursday 2 Samuel 9:1-13 & St. John 13:1-15 by William Klock   In 2 Samuel 9 we read a story about a young man named Mephibosheth. …
A Sermon for Palm Sunday Philippians 2:5-11 by William Klock   Our Epistle today, the lesson from the second chapter of Philippians, is the lens through which we read the…
A Sermon for the Fifth Sunday in Lent Hebrews 9:11-15 & St. John 8:46-57 by William Klock   Today, the Fifth Sunday in Lent we enter a sort of “sub-season”…
A Sermon for the Fourth Sunday in Lent Galatians 4:21-31 & St. John 6:1-14 by William Klock   As we walk through the season of Lent and read the lessons…
A Sermon for the Third Sunday in Lent Ephesians 5:1-14 & St. Luke 11:14-28 by William Klock   In the ancient Church this Sunday marked the beginning of an intensive…
A Sermon for the Second Sunday in Lent St. Matthew 15:21-28 by William Klock   Imagine having a sick child.  You’ve done everything you can think of to help her…
Sermon for the First Sunday in Lent 2 Corinthians 6:1-10 & St. Matthew 4:1-11 by William Klock   Where did Lent come from?  What’s it about?  Why do we still…
A Sermon for Ash Wednesday Joel 2:12-17 & St. Matthew 6:16-21 by William Klock Our Epistle today from Joel gives us a unique opportunity to view not only the day’s…
A Sermon for Quinquagesima 1 Corinthians 13:1-13 by William Klock This last Thursday I was making dinner and Veronica was teaching a piano lesson.  I overheard her telling what, I…
A Sermon for Sexagesima 2 Corinthians 11:19-31 & St. Luke 8:4-15 by William Klock The highest military honour that ancient Rome could bestow was the corona muralis, the “walled crown”. …
A Sermon for Septuagesima 1 Corinthians 9:24-27 & St. Matthew 20:1-16 by William Klock   Today we transition from the season surrounding Christmas and Epiphany to the cycle of Sundays…
A Sermon for the Third Sunday after Epiphany Romans 12:16-21 by William Klock   We live in the overlap of two ages and see it in the hostility of the…
A Sermon for the Second Sunday after Epiphany Romans 12:6-16 & St. Mark 1:1-11 by William Klock   The beginning of the gospel of Jesus Christ, the Son of God.…
Church and State: The Importance of Corporate Worship and Submission to the Governing Authorities by William Klock   I spent this week preparing a sermon for the Sunday after Epiphany,…
A Sermon for the Second Sunday after Christmas Isaiah 61:1-3 & St. Matthew 2:19-23 by William Klock If Joseph’s hometown was Bethlehem, how did Jesus end up in Nazareth?  Well,…
Sermon for the Feast of St. John, Apostle and Evangelist 1 St. John 1:1-4 by William Klock Sermon for the Feast of St. John, Apostle and Evangelist 1 St. John…
A Sermon for Christmas Day 1 John 1:1-14 by William Klock “In the beginning was the Word.”  Just like the words, “Once up on a time” or “A long time…
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