Kelli Martin Kelli finds joy and connectedness serving in various ministries at Epiphany. From writing with St. Gabriel’s Communications Guild and Pastoral Care card writing, learning in EfM (current Year 1), making sandwiches for Operation Nightwatch, delivering food to YWCA clients and participating in liturgy as lector and lay preacher, Kelli treasures the fellowship and
As we do every year for the 100+ years we’ve been here as a community, Epiphany will celebrate the birth of our Lord, Jesus Christ with multiple services — except that, this year, we have to do that celebrating a little differently. To learn more and plan for each of these offerings, click here to
Dear Epiphany, “For I am convinced that neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor rulers, nor things present, nor things to come, nor powers, nor height, nor depth, nor anything else can separate us from the love of God in Christ Jesus out Lord” (Rom 8:38-39)… not even COVID-19, and the necessary restrictions our common
Dear Epiphany, Thanksgiving will be different this year. It will be our Thanksgiving in the Great Timeout, and, well, at least for me, that is a hard thing to be thankful for. At the very least, this plague is what is keeping so many of us apart on what is normally a holiday of friends
Sherilyn Peterson As far back as I can remember, Epiphany has generously helped YWCA shelter families with seasonal giving. Parishioners provide cheery Easter baskets. At the end of Summer we provision, stuff and deliver back-to-school backpacks. We collect pumpkins, costumes, candy and carving toys for Halloween. We provide generous baskets of food to families
This November, we will hold fast to the reality of our interconnectedness across time, place, and preference in a series of worship and prayer opportunities. All Saints Day & Baptisms November 1 | 9:00 & 11:15 am | Church This is a major feast day of the church and is also a
Dear Epiphany, The role of the church in these shifting, divisive, anxiety-provoking times is TO BE. To be church. To be the loving community. It is our duty to be here – more than a leader, or a moral arbitrator, or an advocate, or instigator – but as a permanent spiritual center of gravity.
We are fasting for peace and unity and reconciliation. The fast will take place each of the five Fridays in October. The fast will include abstinence from food for a 24-hour period of time, starting at sunset Thursday evening and breaking at sunset Friday evening. The fast will be broken with the Eucharist each Friday
In September, Doyt+ preached a sermon series on politics in the Kingdom of God, laying out a Christian framework for discerning in our democratic system. Catch up on these sermons in the videos below.