February 14 at 5 pm in the Great Hall – This Ash Wednesday service for children will include the imposition of the Ashes, as well as a read-aloud and brief sermon for preschool and elementary-aged children and their families. The … Read more
Monthly Archives: January 2018
February 14 8 am in the Chapel or 7:30 pm in the Church 10:30 am at Parkshore “Remember you are dust, and to dust you will return.” On Ash Wednesday we are reminded of our humanity with these simple words … Read more
February 13, 5:30–7:30 pm in the Great Hall On Shrove Tuesday, the day before Ash Wednesday, enjoy some pancakes and bacon before Lent. No tickets, just a free-will donation.
January 25 from 6 to 8:30 pm at University Congregational Church Ann Beck Every fourth Thursday, Epiphany’s Teen Feed crew gathers at a church kitchen in the University District to cook their famous enchiladas for young people living on the … Read more
January 14, 2018, The Rev. Doyt L. Conn, Jr. preaching Read more
– Work and the Edicule – A Reflection form The Rev. Doyt L. Conn, Jr.
– The Saint John’s Bible
– Choral Evensong Commemorating Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
– Saying Goodbye to the Foster Family
– You may not know, but…
– Annual Meeting and Vestry Nominees
– Events at Epiphany Read more
January 21 at 11 am Coffee Hour and 5 pm Social Hour – The Foster Family’s last Sunday at Epiphany is January 21. We will honor them during the Coffee Hour in the Great Hall following the 11 am service … Read more
February 25 at 10 am in the Great Hall – A fully alive spiritual being stand with one foot in the temporal and on the other foot in the eternal. Dallas Willard writes in Restoration of the Heart, “A human … Read more
February 18 at 10 am in the Great Hall – Christianity uniquely, within the monotheistic religions, claims a three-in-one God, where the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit exist as Trinity of being, while maintaining individual identities of … Read more
February 11 at 10 am in the Great Hall – In our current cultural parlance, if you were to ask someone where earth is she would quite likely point to her feet, indicating the ground upon which we walk. If … Read more