Harrowing Of Hell

Want to join the Epiphany Choir in England this Summer?

This summer, the Epiphany Choir will spend a week in residency singing choral services in Durham Cathedral, preceded by two days at Saint Paul’s Cathedral in London. While the choir sings Eucharist and Evensong on a regular basis at Epiphany, being the resident choir in one of England’s great cathedrals is sure to be an

Music at Epiphany: Excellence in Relationship

Dear Epiphany, What a joy it was to make music with you throughout Holy Week, after two years of pandemic-time worship. The Epiphany Choir sang 11 in-person and online services throughout the week, performing 46 different musical works. I write to update you about Epiphany’s music program, which, unexpectedly, grew throughout the pandemic. At Epiphany,

Evensong at Epiphany: A Podcast of Sacred Music

During this holiday season, Sunday Evensong will be on hiatus until January 9 while Thursday Evensong resumes on January 13. So why not enjoy our latest digital offering this Christmas break?   “Evensong at Epiphany” is an audio podcast you can listen to on-the-go. It is currently available on the following apps and platforms–you can

COVID and the Nunc Dimittis

“Lord you have now set your servant free to go in peace as you have promised. For these eyes of mine have seen the Savior, whom you have prepared for all the world to see: a light to enlighten the nations, and the glory of your people Israel.” This is the Canticle said in the

Grace of God

Good morning Christians, Seekers, and Friends: We live in a bubble of grace. While we may not always recognize it, each and every cell in our body—each and every hair on our head is not only surrounded by, but made of, God. Will you do me a favor? For just a minute will you close

Higher Love

Good morning Christians, seekers, and friends: So, a friend thought it would be funny if I were to begin my sermon today that old joke “A priest, a rabbi, and minister walk into a bar….” And she assured me that if I did so, she would laugh out loud. So, I thought, what the heck?