Monthly Archives: May 2015

Trinity Sunday: Belief

May 31, 2015, The Rev. Kate Wesch

Where are you in your journey of belief? Can you identify with Nicodemus somewhere along his trajectory of skepticism, to belief, to belief in Christ? Read more

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Ascension Sunday

May 17, 2015, The Rev. Kate Wesch (5 pm service)

The disciples’ minds were opened to truly understand Jesus’ teachings. Jesus is ascending and Jesus is blessing us. My assumption is that the disciples understood the next step. And if not, they would in short order when the Holy Spirit came down on Pentecost which we will celebrate next Sunday. Jesus is preparing a place for us to go, but in the meantime, there is much for us to do here on earth. Read more

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And So Shall It Be

May 17, 2015, The Rev. Darrell Goodwin-Moultry

The church is where change should start first, economic change, racial change, equality and inclusion. That means we will have to take off our white robes, take off the make-up, dishevel our hair and be willing to be honest about our own wounds and brokenness. Read more

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Newcomers’ Event

6 pm (Memorial Garden) If you have recently started attending Epiphany and would like to get to know some parishioners, join the Rev. Kate Wesch and other parish leaders for an informal social hour after the 5 pm service. Read more

The Joy of Christ

May 10, 2015, The Rev. Kate Wesch preaching

When you look back on your life someday, what are the things that you will look back on with joy? Seek those things now. Do them more often. Read more

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Building Update for May 6, 2015

Dear Epiphany, Beginning on Tuesday, May 12, we will see scaffolding erected in a couple of different locations around campus. In one instance, there will be scaffolding put up around the exterior of the Chapel in order to perform some … Read more