Kevin Mesher | Homily | Advent Series: 12/5/2018

Kevin Mesher | Homily | Advent Series: 12/5/2018 Luke 20:19-26 | Isaiah 2:1-11 | Psalm 14   † In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. Amen.   “Render unto Caesar the things that are Caesar’s, and … Read more

A Charlie Brown Christmas

December 24, 2017, Te Rev. Doyt L. Conn, Jr. preaching Read more

The Sound of Silence

Preacher:  The Rev. Doyt L. Conn, Jr. “{And} In the naked light I saw Ten thousand people, maybe more People talking without speaking People hearing without listening People writing songs that voices never share And no one dared Disturb the … Read more

Losing our Life to Find It

September 3, 2017, Charissa Bradstreet, M. Div. preaching Read more

Evening Prayer

March 22 5:30 pm According to The Book of Common Prayer, “The Holy Eucharist, the principal act of Christian worship on the Lord’s Day…and Daily Morning and Evening Prayer, as set forth in this book, are the regular services appointed for … Read more

The Monthly Message for March 2017

Click here to download a PDF of the March issue of the Monthly Message.

Mercy Transfigured

February 26, 2017, The Rev. Kate Wesch preaching Read more

Justice and Kindness, Walking Humbly with God

January 29, 2017, The Rev. Doyt L. Conn, Jr. preaching Read more

YWCA Giving Tree

The YWCA Giving Tree at the church will have 75 ornaments on it, each one specifying a gift for a child or teenager. These gifts need to be delivered unwrapped to church by the start of the 11 am service … Read more

Thanksgiving Drive 2016

For many years Epiphany Parish has rallied to donate turkeys, pies, potatoes, and all the ingredients for Thanksgiving dinner for families in YWCA housing who can’t always afford the extra expense of holidays. Our goal is to provide at least 35 complete Thanksgiving meals. Read more

Halloween Drive for YWCA

Help children living in YWCA housing to celebrate Halloween! You can bring pumpkins, carving sets, costumes, candy, and any other festive items to the donation bins in the back of the church, anytime between Sunday, October 2, and Sunday, October 23. Read more

Fall Backpack Drive

Help teenagers who live in YWCA transitional housing get ready for school! Epiphany has committed to supply 60 fully supplied backpacks for the new school year. Find out how you can help! Read more

Resurrection at Nain

June 5, 2016, The Rev. Todd Foster preaching

It is fascinating to me that when God chose to put on flesh and come into the world in power, God chose not to do so with huge assertions of political influence or military might. Jesus did indeed demonstrate mastery of rulers, kingdoms and death, but Jesus didn’t abolish these things. Still today we lose children, parents, siblings, friends, and lovers. What Jesus, God in the flesh, did was to bring us good news. Jesus proclaimed and demonstrated and confirmed the presence of God with us and God for us. Jesus showed us that the death and loss, the sadness and hurt we experience isn’t the final, defining word in our lives. There are more fundamental forces at play in our existence even than questions of life and death. We are invited into a larger reality, and an allegiance that transcends the here and now. We are invited into a relationship that is bigger than life itself. Read more