Monthly Archives: August 2015

St. Mary the Prophet

August 16, 2015, The Rev. Kate Wesch preaching

At first glance, this is a story about pregnant cousins happy to see one another or perhaps an older family member looking out for a teen mom who is being hidden away for a time. But when you start peeling back the layers and really examining the women, the nuance, this scene within the context of a much larger narrative, you get a strikingly different story. You see two strong women who greet one another in blessing and joy. You see two powerful prophets who will change the world. You see boldness and courage in their actions, not the shame and disgrace that so typically distort this passage. Read more

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Joab the Truth-Teller

August 9, 2015, The Rev. Doyt L. Conn, Jr., preaching

There are four characteristics of a truth-teller that Joab exemplifies: understanding the equality of humanity, authenticity, empathy, and honesty. Read more

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Newcomers’ Reception

6 pm (Doyt’s house) If you’re relatively new to Epiphany and would like to spend some time getting to know our rector and other leaders of the parish, join us for a reception at Doyt’s house after the evening service. Read more

A Life Worthy of the Calling

August 2, 2015, The Rev. Kate Wesch preaching

Everyone has a life worthy and everyone has a gift. Stop to consider that for a moment. What is your gift? Is your gift listening, creating, building, teaching, being patient, welcoming, organizing? What is your God given gift? Read more

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