The Epiphany Blog

Rebellious love: Bringing our whole selves

How are you feeling? What are you afraid of? What gives you hope? These three questions created our frame last week. Sitting in an uneven circle in a cinder-block-walled room on a chilly afternoon, we committed to be with one another, to listen to one another. We listened without comment, without defensiveness, without response. We […]

Magazines, Scissors, and Glue…Oh My! by Kate McAllister

Kate McAllister is the Program Coordinator for Neighbor-to-Neighbor’s Eviction Prevention & Rapid Rehousing programs. She played an instrumental role in N2N’s founding seven years ago, and has been an integral part of the program’s development ever since. What an outpouring of magazines we received! Glossy piles of different colors, textures, smells, and themes that my interns and […]

Your presence here has changed the tenor of the day by The Rev. Amy Slaughter Myers

Dressed in clericals and wearing stoles, the clergy of Epiphany stood by signs reading Prayers for Healing Our Divisions at Epiphany’s neighborhood polling place on Election Day. We greeted those coming and going from the polls. Unlike those who were electioneering who were encouraging votes for their candidates, we didn’t call out any specific offer […]