WEEKLY WORD FOR FEBRUARY 3, 2014 –Adiaphora and How the Anglican Church Makes Decisions on Moral Law, a meditation by The Rev. Doyt Conn -Have a Heart & Evensong – This Sunday! –January Vestry Meeting Notes, by Clay Nielsen +TEC … Read more
Monthly Archives: January 2014
A funeral service in thanksgiving for and in celebration of the life of Grace Steers.
WEEKLY WORD FOR JANUARY 27, 2014 –Richard Sherman, Sportsmanship, and Super Bowl Sunday, a meditation by The Rev. Doyt Conn -Special Visitors Coming to Epiphany! -Candlemas at Epiphany -Epiphany Archives Corner -Epiphany Coffee Hour Teams -A Note from the Building … Read more
January 26, 2014, The Rev. Doyt Conn preaching
I consider humility a bellwether virtue in guiding us through an age of Reformation. So today I’ll talk about the age of Reformation in which we stand and humility as a virtue, and what it is when it is grounded and what it is when it is set adrift.
Iyad and Simone are Palestinian Christians whose powerful ministry underscores the importance of relationship with God and with each other. You won’t want to miss a chance to meet them. Read more
January 19, 2014, The Rev. Doyt Conn
But if this at/one/ment means what it says, then being a follower of Jesus means saying I’m sorry. If God is willing to love us and forgive us permanently and perpetually, then our best response to this love is to do the same thing with our neighbor. Read more
January 12, 2014, Charissa Bradstreet, MDiv preaching
…the heart of God; that is the glorious possibility that Israel can embody. This Advent we have considered what it means to step away from ways of living small, and to boldly choose to live large. In this passage, Israel is offered a picture of what it means to live large. Read more
January 11, 2014, The Rev. Doyt Conn preaching
This is the feast of Epiphany. It is our Eponymous feast, or namesake feast, that we celebrate every year. But this year’s feast has increased significance as it marks the end of our 100 year building campaign. In truth Epiphany is a bit older than 100 years. She was founded in 1907. The Chapel was built in 1911. A timeline will be set at the back of the church after the service and I encourage you to take a look at it, and write on it. We have been handed a gem, a gift and tonight is the perfect night to celebrate what we have and what we are passing on. Read more
WEEKLY WORD FOR JANUARY 13, 2014 –Several Invitations, a reflection by Epiphany parishioner, Holly Boone -An Invitation to Have a Heart -Evensong -Have a Heart Auction Item: Commissioned Portrait -Have a Heart Auction Items -Have a Heart Raffle Items -Welcome, … Read more
WEEKLY WORD FOR JANUARY 6, 2013 –Baptismal Font in the Church, a meditation by The Rev. Doyt Conn -Saturday, January 11 – 5 pm Festival Eucharist -Epiphany Ministry List -Epiphany Feast! Please RSVP -The Next 100 Years Buildings and Grounds … Read more