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Epiphany Potluck and Service

  • Date: Friday, January 6, 2023
  • Time: 6:00pm7:30pm EST
  • Location: Margaret Jewett Hall; Sanctuary

Epiphany (“manifestation”) is a Christian feast so ancient that it predates Christmas. It celebrates God’s self-revelation in Jesus. It is a season of light shining in darkness, a time when the wise leave their books to seek a child, wine brims from clay water jars, and the voice of God rings in our ears: “You are my beloved, my child, my delight!”

We will celebrate Epiphany on Friday, January 6, beginning at 6:00 p.m. with a potluck dinner in Margaret Jewett Hall. The meal will be potluck through and through: you are invited to bring either a main dish casserole (last names beginning with A-H), a salad or side dish (last names beginning with I-M), dessert (N-R), or drinks (S-Z). After our feast and a brief gathering ritual in the Chapel, we will set off together on a candlelight journey through the darkness until we arrive at the Sanctuary and circle it with light. Under the dome in the chancel, we will renew our own baptismal promises, ending with a joyful “sprinkling” of all present. This event is for all ages, so gather up friends, neighbors, kids, and come share the light!



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