Harrowing Of Hell

Congratulations Charissa!

On June 15, Charissa Bradstreet will be ordained a priest at Saint Mark’s Cathedral. She has been an active leader in the life of Epiphany Parish for 12 years, and will be carrying on her ministry as an ordained person before the broader Episcopal Church. She will be of great service, though we are sad

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?

Time Changes

Good Evening From Leviticus 23:5: “In the first month, on the fourteenth day of the month, at twilight, (in Hebrew between the evenings) shall be a Passover offering to the Lord.” What a difference a day makes. So much happens during Holy Week both in our scripture reading and in our church life, that when we

All Saints

Good morning Christians, seekers, and friends! Since the beginning of our liturgical year A 2020, we have spent our time walking fairly methodically, one chapter after the next, through the gospel of Matthew starting in January … This October, for example, we have spent the majority of our time hanging out in chapter 22 which