OUR SERMONS

As I Have Loved You St. John 13 by William Klock In our Gospel this evening we read about Jesus and his disciples in the Upper Room at Passover.  John…
Behold, Your King St. Matthew 21:1-43 by William Klock We began our service this morning with a lesson from St. Matthew’s Gospel about the first “Palm Sunday”.  We read about…
Through Their Trespass Romans 11:7-15 by William Klock As we began Romans 11 last week, Paul asked the question, “Has God rejected his people?  Are we to say that God…
A Remnant Chosen by Grace Romans 11:1-6 by William Klock Elijah was the great prophet of the Old Testament.  We meet him in 1 Kings 17.  He steps onto the scene just…
Hear the Word of God and Keep It St. Luke 11:14-28 by William Klock One of the things that Lent reminds us is that there’s a battle going on.  It’s…
The Feet of Those Who Preach Good News Romans 10:14-21 What do your feet look like?  Do you ever take your shoes and socks off, look at your feet, and…

Everyone Who Calls

February 18, 2018
Everyone Who Calls Romans 10:5-13 As we’ve been working our way through Romans 9 to 11, what we’ve seen is Paul putting himself, his Jewish kinsfolks, the Jewish and Gentile…

By Faith

February 11, 2018
By Faith Romans 9:30-10:4 Imagine living in Jerusalem in the early part of the seventh century before Jesus.  Your country, Judah, along with all the other smaller countries surrounding it,…

My People

February 4, 2018
My People Romans 9:25-29   Romans 9 began with Paul’s lament for his fellow Jews who had rejected the Messiah.  Jesus came to save them from coming judgement—even dying for…
Is there injustice on God's part? Romans 9:14-24 I’ve learned over the years that I’m not much of an artist, but that didn’t stop art class from being one of…

Not All

January 21, 2018
Not All Romans 9:6-13 Not very long ago I found myself in a discussion with a woman who had left the church and become an atheist.  “If God exists,” she…
Great Sorrow and Unceasing Anguish Romans 9:1-5 This morning we’ll be jumping back into our study of St. Paul’s letter to the Romans.  We finished looking at the first major…
A Sermon for the Epiphany St. Matthew 2:1-12 St. Matthew 2:1-12 AFTER Jesus was born in Bethlehem of Judea in the days of Herod the king, behold, wise men from…

God is With Us

December 31, 2017
God is With Us Galatians 4:1-7 & St. Matthew 1:18-25 As St. Luke tells the story of Jesus’ birth, he tells it through the eyes of, from the perspective of…

Rejoice!

December 24, 2017
Rejoice! Philippians 4:2-9 A few minutes ago we lit the fourth of our Advent candles: the candle of peace.  Love, hope, joy, and now peace—these are all things that Jesus…
Shall We Look for Another? St. Matthew 11:2-19 When I was in high school I had a teacher who, at least once a week, quoted Thomas Edison at us: “Opportunity…
Whatever was Written in Former Days Romans 15:3-7 Have you ever noticed the slight high spot in the floor of the parish hall?  Every once in a while someone will…

He is the Beginning Colossians 1:11-23 St. Paul begins his letter to the Colossians with a combination of praise and prayer.  He’s heard about them and how they’ve been transformed…
Who Shall Separate us from the Love of Christ? Romans 8:31-39 Our passage last week was the end of the long argument Paul has been building across Chapters 5 to…