Sermons by Rev. Jason S. Glombicki

Sermons by Rev. Jason S. Glombicki

Third Sunday after Epiphany

First and foremost, I want to congratulate you. You made an excellent choice coming to worship today. You have an advantage over everyone else in the year ahead. Not only are you making a commitment to self-care by caring for your spiritual life, but you’re also getting a key insight into everything else that is to come…

Name of Jesus

This gospel readings sounds a lot like what we read on Christmas Eve. However, the last verse is where today’s feast day comes into play. We heard that on the eighth day, Jesus was circumcised and was given the name Jesus. All in all, it’s a routine Jewish experience for an infant boy. With circumcision, the child was included in the Abrahamic covenant– that is the covenant where God promised to bless Abraham and his descendants, which would be as numerous as the stars…

Christmas Eve

Christmas time is probably the only time of year I think about angels. I’m not someone who thinks about guardian angels. I don’t think of those who have died as angels. Frankly, angels seem so odd and a little creepy…