“Do not Fear What They Fear,” Fr. Peter writes about sorting out truth from falsehoods; “Knowing God,” Mtr. Pamela remembers J.I. Packer; Women’s ministry is seeking current contact information; details of the 2020-21 church budget; Epiphany blankets for babies; and a missions update from Andy Fetzer.
May 28, 2020 Dear Friends, This past week, Epiphany’s Regathering Committee (me, Mtr. Pamela, Mark Oliphant, Lisa Baehr, Bill Hoover, Pat Meyer, Carole Menzel, and Margaret Stromberg) have started to work through the details of how and when Epiphany regathers for in-person worship and ministry. We don’t have a plan to announce at this time. […]
All Holy Week and Easter services at Epiphany will be livestreamed this year. Epiphany’s livestream services can be found at www.livestream.com/epiphanyanglican and also on our church facebook page (www.facebook.com/epiphany.anglican). This is what we are planning. Maundy Thursday: This year we will be marking Maundy Thursday with the Tenebrae service at 7pm. Tenebrae, which means “darkness” […]
April 2, 2020 We are about to enter into an Easter celebration unlike any in our lifetime, or in the lifetime of our parents (and possibly grandparents). The COVID-19 Pandemic has meant many changes for all of us, and not being able to gather for worship, even on this most joyful day of the Christian […]
Epiphany Family and Friends, To do our part in slowing the spread of the COVID-19 virus, we have moved online for worship. The 8am Sunday service and all other in-person Epiphany gatherings are suspended at this time. I am deeply grateful for the tools we already have to keep connected at Epiphany. We can join together […]
March 14, 2020 Friends, Last Sunday seems like a lifetime ago, doesn’t it? This is a note to explain some further steps we are taking at Epiphany as we all continue to learn and adapt to the COVID-19 virus and the risks that come with it. Worship this Sunday at 8 and 10:15am: This will be […]
March 7, 2020 Friends, You have no doubt seen news about the spread of the COVID-19 virus (also called the Coronavirus) around the world. As I said last Sunday, this has been something we have been aware of at Epiphany and considering how we ought to respond as a church. First and foremost, we will continue […]