I wrote a couple of weeks ago in the Candle newsletter about how we lost my wife Andrea’s father, David, in late January. He died from a brain injury he sustained falling off a ladder while cleaning ice out of the gutters of their family home. Andrea’s dad was a careful person and in good health. […]
When There is Nothing Good to Say to Jesus: Fr. Peter writes about what it feels like when we pray and the miracle doesn’t happen. Ash Wednesday: We will have two services on Feb. 17, and a chance for those on livestream to drive up to receive their ashes in the afternoon. Getting our Hip […]
We are expecting a significant snowstorm starting the morning of January 31. We will be worshipping tomorrow at Epiphany, but in order to allow everyone to get home early, we will be combining our in-person and livestream service at 8:30am. You can attend or watch live beginning at 8:30am. Or, you can view the recorded […]
Yesterday, scenes unfolded at the U.S. Capitol that shocked, surprised and disturbed us, regardless of our own political loyalties. This is particularly true for us at Epiphany. Many of us have worked in and around our government and know the Capitol and, in some cases, the people who work there, personally. While my job as […]
Worship: As we celebrate Christmas, Epiphany is offering both livestream and in-person worship (sign-up required). December Worship sign-up Christmas Eve sign-up Epiphany’s Livestream Christmas Eve Worship Bulletin Our regular in-person services are Wednesdays at noon and at 8:30 am on Sunday morning. On Christmas Eve, we will have two services that will be both live-streamed […]
Epiphany is offering both in-person and livestream only worship services at this time. In-Person Worship Sign-Ups: February Worship March Worship In-person worship is offered at noon on Wednesdays and at 8:30 am on Sunday morning. We are following our plan for meeting together in a responsible way in this time. You can read details of […]
I have recently had to deal with the fact that I am now officially old enough to not understand much of the current slang people use these days. However, one word I have picked up is “salty.” Someone is “salty” when they are insulting, over-the-top, or angry. It’s fair to say we live in a […]
Salt, not “Salty” – a column from Fr. Peter; Mtr. Pamela reflects on times of darkness; vestry nominations are open; annual meeting is Nov. 8; photos from “Back-to-School Night;” a final note from Elizabeth Hudgins; Women’s ministry fall events.