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 we are rediscovering what our Lord has in store for our future. He has spent over 35 years in Parish Ministry 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
Today is the Sunday of the Christian year that is sometimes called the Feast of Christ the King; it is the last Sunday before Advent. Sunday after Sunday, 52 Sundays of the year, we say out loud and together, “He will come again in glory to judge the living and the dead, and his kingdom […]
Stranger, call this not a place Of Fear and Gloom. To me it is a pleasant Spot, It is my Husband’s tomb. Â· North Dakota epitaph We come together to remember all those who have gone before us. All those who in some way contributed to the life we live and the world we live […]
Since the fourth century various Eastern Orthodox churches have commemorated a feast of all martyrs: those who have given their lives as a witness to the power of the Gospel in this life. By the sixth century, this commemoration was celebrated in Rome. Later it was celebrated in the British Isles where it was seen […]
You are not to be called rabbi, for you have one teacher, and you are all brethren. He who is greatest among you shall be your servant. For whatever reason, those who organized our lectionary readings for Sunday mornings have too often cut a passage short, often resulting in making it impossible to truly understand […]
Have this mind among yourselves, which is yours in Christ Jesus, who, though he was in the form of God, did not count equality with God a thing to be grasped, but emptied himself, taking the form of a servant, being born in the likeness of men. It is a delicate to talk about things […]
In Eucharist, as in Baptism, simple elements reveal to us important truths about things deeply important to life. Our life. Our life meaning a life that is lived together: in community. This is what the bread and wine, and water and oil, seek to express. That life is ours. Plural. Life by its very nature […]
Here it is Fourth of July weekend and our texts have us reflecting on what it is like to be God’s prophetic voice in the midst of our community and our culture. And the word to Ezekiel, from Paul and the experience of Jesus, all assert that it “ain’t easy.” Being God’s own spokesperson does […]
The Unbearable Lightness of Love Morning light pours from the whitewashed sky like golden honey, perfuming the air; by noon butterflies electrify the woods; the scent of fresh-cut hay drifts everywhere. Ungrateful sons push old men toward death as if wealth and youth were complete success like the rings around raccoon’s tails elevating them to […]
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