I am so glad to see you. It is good to be home. You have been on my heart these last two weeks as I have been on pilgrimage with 22 other Epiphany parishioners in the Holy Land. It was a rich experience, AND I am glad to be home with you. I wrote a
I was on a Zoom call the other day with our Sunday school teachers and as I listened to their vision and energy and passion for our children and the message of Jesus Christ, I couldn’t help but think of my very early days here at Epiphany. When I came, we had no Sunday school
So, there they are, Peter and 10 others sitting in Jerusalem waiting for the Holy Spirit to come upon them as Jesus had promised. A few days before they had witnessed the Ascension. There they stood on the top of the Mount of Olives as Jesus materialized into heaven; as his physical being became the
Oscar Romero was a gifted communicator. His talent and bravery as a preacher would be his lasting legacy as a leader of the El Salvadorian church and witness to God’s Kingdom, as well as the cause of his martyrdom: his sermons were broadcast over radio, you see, and Radio YSAX was bombed in hopes of
Today we celebrate a saint that is arguably the most famous symbol in the church, maybe even more beloved than Old Saint Nick, in his strong cultural significance as the patron saint of the Irish nation and diaspora worldwide. Saint Patrick’s boundary crossing appeal has us thinking about the place of “place” in God’s Kingdom.
Today, we celebrate John and Charles Wesley as Episcopal Saints, which is a little weird, because the Wesleys are generally known as the founders of Methodism. I don’t know a ton about John and Charles Wesley, but I do know that Methodists and Episcopalians don’t tend to worship in the same buildings… And yet, for
Today, we’re meditating on holiness with Saint Matthias. He’s a lesser-known saint and a lesser-known apostle, in fact–in many ways, the lucky number 13. Saint Matthias is such a marginal figure in our imagination that even his feast has been moved around like a box of old books. Today is his traditional feast day, but church
Good morning Christians, Seekers, and Friends! The year I heard A LOT about lemmings, was also the year that I heard A LOT of Fleetwood Mac. I was still in my first years of elementary school but I was pretty musically “savvy” thanks to my sister who is six years older than I am, and