In-Gathering Sunday is the day that parishioners make their pledge to Epiphany as an act of thanksgiving for what God has given them, and as a practical way of determining our budget for the coming year. During the 7:30 am, 8:45 am, 11:00 am, and 5:00 pm services, you will be invited to bring your pledge cards and prayers to the altar.
This part of the Sunday service is a symbol of our practical and prayerful participation in God’s purpose for our lives, right here, right now. At the end of the Prayers of the People, you will be invited to come behind the altar and lay your pledge cards and prayers on the altar. These will be held in confidence. Your prayer cards will be placed in the Epiphany prayer box, and on April 11, 2020, they will be burned in the new fire during the Easter Vigil.