Fr. Peter Frank preaches the New Testament story of the expansion of the early Christian church by the direction of the Holy Spirit in part six of Epiphany’s Drama of Scripture sermon series.
Fr. Robin Rauh preaches on the reality of Jesus’ resurrection and what it means for us on Easter Sunday, May 31, 2013.
When I decided to be on the vestry, I was not sure what to expect. I’ve heard the stories of long meetings, late nights and the many issues to deal with. Some of what I heard doesn’t describe how the vestry actual operates now (vestry meetings don’t go on forever – in fact, we’re consistently done with business before 9 pm). At the same time, I have seen that God is definitely using me and other vestry members to lead and guide our church.
Epiphany supports Martin Hasik his wife, Jane, and their two daughters who work for Young Life in Prague, the Czech Republic. They introduce Jesus to teenagers, one at a time.
Fr. Peter preaches from Genesis 3 about what Adam and Eve’s choice in the Garden of Eden to do what God told them not to did and what it meant. This is the second week of Epiphany’s “Drama of Scripture” sermon series.
Fr. Robin Rauh begins Epiphany’s sermon series on the unified story of the Bible with a sermon on creation from the book of Genesis.
We know that quite a few people at Epiphany are facing real hardship as a consequence of the sequestration of the federal budget that went into effect on Friday, March 1. With that in mind, we invite everyone, whether they are directly affected by sequestration or not, to a time of prayer and mutual support at 9:05 am on Sunday in the chapel.
People often think of the Bible as a mostly unrelated collection of spiritual advice, fables and moral precepts. But what if scripture was more than that? What if the whole Bible, from Genesis to Revelation was “the true story of the whole world?” that tells us who we are and who God is, where we are from, and where we are going?