The Rev. Jason Cox

Jason Cox Episcopal

Biography

The Rev. Jason Cox serves as Senior Associate Rector at St. Columba’s Episcopal Church in Washington, D.C. Prior to working at St. Columba’s, he directed the Episcopal Urban Intern Program (now Jubilee Year LA), an Episcopal Service Corps program for young adults, in the Diocese of Los Angeles. Before ordination, he served as an intern with EUIP, working with the homeless in a transitional housing facility on L.A.’s skid row.

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July 21, 2019

Some of the most interesting moments in Jesus’ ministry happen when he visits his friends Mary and Martha in Bethany, just outside Jerusalem. It was Mary and Martha’s brother Lazarus that Jesus called out of the tomb and into new life....

April 17, 2019

And it was night. Wednesday in Holy Week marks an inflection point between light and dark: halfway from dusk to dawn, midway between two resurrections.  Yes, two resurrections: because you cannot understand Jesus’ resurrection in...

July 29, 2018

You might be tempted to gloss over the miracle stories about Jesus that are recorded in the Gospels. Taken at face value, most of them stretch our credulity, perhaps further than we are willing to go, and for what? Is it necessary to...

March 24, 2018

How did this happen? How did Jesus’ life of peace end in such a violent death? We stand at the edge of this moment, looking on in horror and confusion — just as Jesus’ followers did on the day he was crucified. The violence we have...

August 5, 2017

We should be observing the Ninth Sunday after Pentecost today, but this year, there is a break in the pattern. Today is the Feast of the Transfiguration, which always falls on August 6th, and this Feast outranks Pentecost 9. In fact,...

January 21, 2017

Today is January 22nd and we are just about three weeks into 2017. Did you make any resolutions this year? If you did, how are they holding up? New Year’s resolutions can be big or small. Do any of these sound familiar?...

August 6, 2016

In June 2010, Bill Gates and Warren Buffett announced a new charity initiative for billionaires: the Giving Pledge. So far, Gates and Buffett have received pledges from 137 billionaires from around the world who have pledged to donate at...

April 9, 2016

John’s Gospel ends with four appearances that the resurrected Jesus makes to different groups of disciples: four scenes of Christ revealed alive, four assurances that death could never contain the life that Jesus lived and lives. First,...

January 16, 2016

On the third day, there was a wedding in Cana of Galilee. How many weddings have you been to in your life? Can you remember what all those brides wore, the music that was played, the songs you danced to at the reception? Whether you...

April 3, 2015

Welcome friends. This is the night. This is the night we gather as God’s people to hear the stories that matter most to us, the stories that teach us who we are. What we believe. What we long for. What our hopes and dreams are. These...

December 23, 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...

May 24, 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...

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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