OUR SERMONS

Fallen is Babylon Revelation 18 by William Klock   Sometimes gospel—good news—isn’t what we expect.  The gospel is a multifaceted message, but the church in every age has a tendency…
Babylon the Great Revelation 17 by William Klock   You’ve all seen Pinocchio, haven’t you?  It wasn’t by any means my favourite kids’ movie.  I think I must have been…
Blessed is the One Who Stays Awake Revelation 16 By William Klock   There’s an old story of a clergyman, who out of concern for a parishioner who had been…
A Sermon for Whitsunday Acts 2:1-11 by William Klock   Last Sunday we recalled the Ascension of Jesus and remembered it’s significance—that it offers a powerful visual confirmation of his…
The Song of Moses and of the Lamb Revelation 15 by William Klock   There is a long history of songs sung by the people of God in praise of…
Follow the Lamb Revelation 14 by William Klock   A few weeks ago we observed what’s often called “Good Shepherd Sunday”, the Second Sunday after Easter.  We read the Gospel…
A Call for Endurance Revelation 12-13 by William Klock   John’s Revelation has prompted innumerable speculations over the last two millennia, ranging from the reasonable to the bizarre to the…
The Kingdom of Our Lord Revelation 10-11 by William Klock   This morning we return to our study of the book of Revelation.  You’ll remember—or I hope you do—that the…
A Sermon for the Feast of St. Philip and St. James St. John 14:1-9 by William Klock   Today the Church remembers the Apostles Philip and James.  As she was…
A Sermon for the First Sunday after Easter 1 St. John 5:4-12 & St. John 20:19-23 by William Klock   Last Sunday we read St. John’s account of how he,…
A Sermon for Easter Day Colossians 3:1-4 & St. John 20:1-10 by William Klock   St. John writes in today’s Gospel:   Now on the first day of the week…
A Sermon for Good Friday Hebrews 10:1-25 & St. John 19:1-37 by William Klock   Last night we remembered Jesus and his disciples in the Upper Room.  We were there…
A Sermon for Maundy Thursday St. John 13 by William Klock   In our Gospel this evening we read about Jesus and his disciples in the Upper Room at Passover. …
A Sermon for Palm Sunday Philippians 2:5-11 & St. Matthew 21:1-17 by William Klock   Two Gospels in one service!  We began this morning reading St. Matthew’s account of Jesus’…
Nor Did They Repent Revelation 9 by William Klock   As Israel was about to enter the promised land, the Lord summoned his people to a covenant ceremony.  Moses divided…
The Prayers of the Saints Revelation 8 by William Klock   Silence is a powerful thing and especially so in liturgy.  Maybe it’s the influence of our culture which is…
Out of the Great Tribulation Revelation 6-7 by William Klock   Tribulation, perseverance, and kingdom.  These are the key themes of Revelation.  John, himself living in exile for the sake…
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…

Worthy is the Lamb

February 27, 2022
Worthy is the Lamb Revelation 5:1-14 by William Klock   A year after we moved into our last house we started receiving letters addressed to the previous owner.  When he’d…
A Door Standing Open in Heaven Revelation 4:1-11 by William Klock   The Westminster Shorter Catechism famously opens with the question, “What is the chief end of man?”  In other…
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