OUR SERMONS

A Sermon for the Sixteenth Sunday after Trinity St. Luke 7:11-17 by William Klock   Think of the worst day of your life.  Maybe it was a day a long…
A Sermon for the Fifteenth Sunday after Trinity Galatians 6:11-18 & St. Matthew 6:24-34 by William Klock   In what do you glory?  What is it that you want people…
A Sermon for the Fourteenth Sunday after Trinity Galatians 5:16-25 by William Klock   People don’t like being told what to do.  Anyone with a two-year-old or a teenager knows…
A Sermon for the Thirteenth Sunday after Trinity St. Luke 10:23-37 by William Klock Our Gospel this morning is another familiar parable.  And familiarity isn’t always a good thing.  It…
A Sermon for the Twelfth Sunday after Trinity 2 Corinthians 3:1-11 by William Klock   Letters of recommendation were a big deal in the ancient world.  If someone showed up…
A Sermon for the Eleventh Sunday after Trinity St. Luke 18:9-14 by William Klock   This week there was a meme going around social media.  It was a photo of…
A Sermon for the Tenth Sunday after Trinity St. Luke 19:41-48 by William Klock   Last Sunday, in our Gospel, St. Luke allowed us to follow along behind the scribes…
A Sermon for the Ninth Sunday after Trinity St. Luke 15:11-32 by William Klock   Today’s parable of the prodigal son is a familiar one.  We’ve all heard plenty of…
A Sermon for the Eighth Sunday after Trinity Romans 8:12-17 by William Klock Our Epistle this morning continues the walk we’ve been taking through St. Paul’s letter to the Romans. …
A Sermon for the Seventh Sunday after Trinity Romans 6:19-23 & St. Mark 8:1-9 by William Klock The Old Testament prophet Hosea called Israel back to the Lord.  The people…
A Sermon for the Sixth Sunday after Trinity Romans 6:3-11 & St. Matthew 5:20-26 by William Klock Our Gospel today is just a short clip from Jesus’ Sermon on the…
A Sermon for the Fifth Sunday after Trinity St. Luke 5:1-11 by William Klock This morning Luke introduces us to Simon Peter.  In the previous Chapter Luke shows us Jesus…
A Sermon for the Fourth Sunday after Trinity Romans 8:17-23 by William Klock Our Epistle from Romans 8 this morning is one those wonderful, short passages that remind us of…
A Sermon for the Third Sunday after Trinity St. Luke 15:1-10 by William Klock There’s something about sharing a meal that communicates fellowship.  And so Jesus liked to eat with…
A Sermon for the Second Sunday after Trinity St. Luke 14:16-24 by William Klock At the beginning of Chapter 14, St. Luke tells us that one Sabbath Jesus was invited…
A Sermon for the First Sunday after Trinity 1 John 4:7-21 by William Klock One of our great challenges today is to understand what love is.  Over the last few…
A Sermon for Trinity Sunday St. John 3:1-17 by William Klock The Feast of the Holy Trinity was introduced in the early Tenth Century by Stephen, the Bishop of Liége…
A Sermon for Whitsunday Acts 2:1-11 by William Klock   So Pentecost.  It simply means “fiftieth” in Greek.  Long before it was a Christian feast day, it was important Jewish…
A Sermon for Ascension Sunday Daniel 7:9-14 & Acts 1:1-11 by William Klock   As you came today you walked through the lychgate and under those words carved on it:…
Sermon on John 16:23-33 Our gospel lesson this morning comes from John 16, part of Jesus’ farewell discourse with his disciples before his crucifixion. We are reading this passage from…
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