This isn’t new, there have been other Sundays with one sermon but they are usually joint services. This Sunday wasn’t a joint Sunday but St. Mark’s had a “Hanging of the Greens” service which doesn’t really have preaching in it. However, Knox had a conventional service and as this is the last Sunday of the Liturgical year, it was Christ the King, or the Reign of Christ, Sunday. If any of this sounds familiar, it kind of is.
Last Sunday at St. Mark’s we jumped the schedule by one week and celebrated Christ the King last Sunday. So, if you like comparing one sermon to the other and were wondering what was up last week, you can now compare this Sunday’s Knox sermon with last Sunday’s St. Mark’s sermon. If you do, let me know which one is better 🙂
Even though there is only one sermon I hope it is enough for you.
I want to take this opportunity at the end of the year to thank all of you who come here and listen to what I have to say as I try to accurately, compassionately, and holistically speak some words from the middle; with God and us on either side, where else could we meet.
Warmest blessings and see you next Sunday as Year A kicks off with the first Sunday of Advent!