The Season of Epiphany

"And lo, they followed the star..."

The kings, we are told, followed the star to Bethlehem to worship Jesus. And when they got there, they offered their gifts.

Epiphany is a time in the church year to trace the life, work, teaching, and miracles of Jesus as we gather and tell our story on Sunday morning. We begin with the Feast of Epiphany and the coming of the kings – foreigners from a different land. And then we expand our theme to the Light of Christ coming to a needy and broken world. During the season of Epiphany we share our story of Jesus and say thanks to God for life and health and family and friends. We also say we are sorry and ask forgiveness. We share the Bread and Wine of Jesus and then, just like the kings, we go and offer our gifts to a broken world. We go to be Light in the darkness. Hallelujah!

January 2, 2022

We are worshipping fully masked in our sanctuary for our Sunday morning services.
You may also join us for the 10am services via livestream on our Facebook page