Reverend Dr. William Fitch was the senior pastor of Knox Presbyterian Church, Toronto from 1955 to 1972. He left his home of Glasgow, Scotland to come to Toronto in 1955 to lead and transform Knox in profound ways that are still felt by congregants today. During his pastorate at Knox, Dr. Fitch imparted great theological wisdom in his sermons, which we are very fortunate to share on Knox Sermon Archive! More about Dr. Fitch can be found in the Speakers section.
Please note that since these sermons were preserved for many years on analog technology, some series may be incomplete or fragmented and the audio quality may vary. Work has been done by Dr. Fitch’s family and friends to restore as many of his sermons as possible.
|Year||Series Title||Focus Texts|
|1976||Life More Abundant Through the Holy Spirit||Galatians, Ephesians, Isaiah, 1 Corinthians, Psalm, Luke, John, Acts, Romans|
|1972||Studies in the Second Letter of Peter||2 Peter|
|1972||Exposition of Romans 12||Romans|
|1971||War on the Saints||Ephesians, Matthew, Mark|
|1971||Signs of the Times||Daniel, Luke, Genesis, Romans, Matthew, Lamentations|
|1971||Exposition of Romans 6 – 8||Romans|
|1970||Great Promises of God||Isaiah, Joel, Exodus|
|1970||Great Christian Doctrines||Genesis, John|
|1970||Our Restless Age||Genesis, Matthew, Mark, John, 1 John, Psalm|
|1970||Facing Life with Steady Eyes||Matthew, Luke, Acts, 1 Kings, Revelation|
|1969||The Attributes of God||Psalm, Revelation|
|1969||The Ten Commandments||Exodus, Ephesians, 1 John, Mark|
|1968*||Jacob My Brother||Genesis, 2 Corinthians, Mark, Romans|
|1967||Testaments of Glory||Isaiah, Proverbs|
|1961*||The Church and the World||Matthew, 1 John, Romans|
|1960**||The Bible for Today||Romans|
|1960**||Ministry of the Holy Spirit||Galatians, Ephesians, Colossians, 1 Corinthians, John, Romans, 1 Timothy|
|1960**||Miracles of Jesus||Isaiah, Luke, John|
|1969-1971||Misc. Sermons of W. Fitch||Psalm, 1 Kings, Matthew, Ezekiel|
* Dates are presumed based on a known date of the first sermon in the series.
** Date is undocumented. Please note that January 1 1960 is used as a placeholder for database purposes.