Authors

Jason Cox

Jason Cox is the rector of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, San Francisco. Before coming to St. Luke’s, Jason served as Senior Associate Rector of St. Columba’s Episcopal Church in Washington, D.C. He began his ministry in Los Angeles, directing the Episcopal Urban Intern Program (EUIP, now Jubilee Year LA), and helping to found the Episcopal Service Corps, a national network of young adult service programs. Before ordination, Jason served as an intern with EUIP, working with the homeless in a transitional housing facility on L.A.’s skid row.

Sermons and Bible Studies

The Time Has Come, Christmas Eve – 2014

December 24, 2014

Mary’s time had come. After the long journey, the road to Bethlehem, and the days of worry before that – what would Joseph say when he found out she was pregnant? How did this happen anyway? But Joseph had stood by her, and now the time had finally come, in a strange city, with no […]

Paul: Appealing or Appalling?, Easter 6 (A) – 2014

May 25, 2014

Many Christians have mixed feelings about the apostle Paul. Paul can be challenging to deal with; some New Testament writings attributed to him express negative views of women and other minorities, and his tone can be pugnacious and argumentative. But if we’re going to be followers of Jesus, we have to come to terms with […]

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