These are sermons given by Reverend Thomas Mousin and others at St. John’s Church. Some have both the full transcript and an audio recording, while some have only the transcript or only the audio recording.
A Sermon for St. John’s Episcopal Church
Preached on January 29, 2017, The Fourth Sunday after the Epiphany
by the Rev. Thomas N. Mousin
Today, we are invited to climb a mountain. Last week, we listened as Jesus called his first disciples, and then were told how “he went through the region of Galilee, teaching in their synagogues and proclaiming the Good News of the kingdom, and curing every every disease and every sickness among the people.”
So his fame spread, Matthew tells us, and great crowds followed him. “When Jesus saw the crowds, he went up the mountain; and after he sat down, his disciples came to him.”
On Thursday, August 6, St. John’s and Parish of the Epiphany, Winchester, came together in Charlestown to celebrate the Feast of the Transfiguration. The preacher that evening was the Rev. Thomas J. Brown, rector of Epiphany.
This sermon was preached by the Rev. Michael Bousquet. Michael, a member of St. John’s was ordained to the transitional diaconate on Saturday, June 6, in preparation for his ordination to the priesthood in 2016. He served as a deacon during the month of June at St. John’s.