Kirk Alan Kubicek

The Rev. Kirk Alan Kubicek is currently priest-in-charge at Christ Church, Rock Spring Parish, Forest Hill, Md. Christ Church is a small but mighty parish, and together they are rediscovering what our Lord has in store for their future. He has spent over 35 years in parish ,inistry in all shapes and size parishes, and for 15 years worked with The Episcopal Church Office of Stewardship and TENS. He often uses storytelling, music, and guitar in proclaiming the Good News. Married with three adult children and one grandson, Kirk also plays drums in On the Bus, a DC metro area Grateful Dead tribute band. All shall be well, all shall be well, all manner of thing shall be well!

Sermons and Bible Studies

Psalm 119 Gives Us 176 Ways…, Proper 24 (C) – 2010

October 17, 2010

Today’s psalm, Psalm 119, gives us 176 ways to say the same thing: “Happy are those who walk in the way of the Lord,” and “Oh, how I love your […]

Listen to the Way…, Proper 8 (C) – 2010

June 27, 2010

Listen to the way Eugene Peterson translates Psalm 77 in The Message: I yell out to my God, I yell with all my might, I yell at the top of […]

When the God Who Declares…, Lent 3 (C) – 2010

March 07, 2010

When the God who declares from a burning bush, “I AM who I AM. … Tell them I AM sent you!” becomes flesh and dwells among us, life gets very […]

Then Who Can Be Saved?, Proper 23 (B) – 2009

October 11, 2009

“Then who can be saved?” they asked Jesus. How often we ask ourselves that very question. Oh, yes, day to day we put on a good face and project an […]

As Is Often the Case…, Easter 4 (B) – 2009

May 03, 2009

As is often the case, what is not included in our lessons may be of utmost importance in our hearing what is going on in these lessons. For instance, in […]

It Is Often Questioned, Palm Sunday (B) – 2009

April 05, 2009

It is often questioned why Palm Sunday is also the Sunday of the Passion. What starts off as what is sometimes called the “Triumphal Entry” to Jerusalem at the beginning […]

A Sunday School Teacher in Kansas…, Advent 3 (B) – 2008

December 14, 2008

A Sunday school teacher in Kansas reports this conversation in her class: “If I sold my house and my car, had a big garage sale and gave all my money […]

The Scene in Matthew, Proper 20 (A) – 2008

September 21, 2008

The scene in Matthew is becoming more and more familiar. People are waiting for work, waiting to be hired, waiting to earn a day’s wage – which in those days […]

Have You Understood All This?, Proper 12 (A) – 2008

July 27, 2008

Jesus asks, “Have you understood all this?” Without hesitating, the disciples respond, “Yes!” Now that “Yes” coming from the very same disciples who only back in Verse 10 were asking, […]

The Fourth Sunday of Easter Is…, Easter 4 (A) – 2008

April 13, 2008

This Fourth Sunday of Easter is known as Good Shepherd Sunday. In all three lectionary years – A, B, and C – we read the Good Shepherd monologue from the […]

How Much Is Enough?, Proper 22 (C) – 2007

October 07, 2007

This is a fundamental question for all of us: How much is enough? Especially at this time of year when words such as “stewardship,” “pledge,” “proportional giving,” and “tithe” are […]

As It Says in Today’s Reading…, Proper 15 (C) – 2007

August 19, 2007

As it says in today’s reading from Jeremiah: “Is not my word like fire, says the Lord, and like a hammer that breaks a rock in pieces?” Or as it […]

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