This Sunday we are participating in an Instructed Eucharist. We will be moving through the worship services in a way that more fully calls our attention to why we are doing what we are doing. Read more
Monthly Archives: May 2014
From June 15-August 31 we will follow our Summer Sunday School Schedule. Check-in for children will begin at 10:15 am each Sunday at the EELP Playground or in the Nursery. Read more
A chance beyond coffee hour for children and parents to gather. Join Epiphany families at the Epiphany School Playground “Chips” for an unrushed and informal play time. Read more
WEEKLY WORD FOR MAY 27, 2014 –The Map of the Soul is Read on the Face, a meditation by The Rev. Doyt Conn -Feast of the Ascension and an Instructed Eucharist, Sunday, June 1 -Pentecost, Sunday, June 8 –The Art … Read more
May 25, 2014, The Rev. Doyt Conn preaching
This week’s sermon is on entanglement. The text is First Peter, and the theme of entanglement is drawn directly from the fact that this text is a tangled mess. I’ll tell you more about that later.
May 18, 2014, The Rev. Doyt Conn preaching
“Come to God a living stone.” That is the title of my sermon this morning. It’s not too original given the reading from first Peter today. But I’m drawn to it, maybe because I have a bowl of stones sitting on my desk at home. Occasionally when I’m somewhere else I pick up a stone, bring it home, and put it in the bowl.
WEEKLY WORD FOR MAY 19, 2014 –Worship News, a meditation by The Rev. Doyt Conn +TEC This Sunday: Close Encounters of the God Kind, 50th Anniversary of Fr. Peter Snow’s Ordination –Epiphany Men’s Operation Nightwatch Shelter, a reflection and invitation … Read more
May 11, 2014, The Rev. Kate Wesch preaching
Being a Christian is all about community. It is about living your life the way Jesus would live it if he were you. And I believe that means praying for the girls in Nigeria, praying for their loved ones, and praying for their captors. It means writing or calling lawmakers. It means recognizing injustices in this world both abroad and in our very own backyard and having the courage to speak out. What today’s reading from Acts is talking about is this, living in Christian community. Read more
We will lift up each girl by name and pray for their safety and swift reunion with their loved ones. Read more