With the end of summer comes the beginning of a new Program Year at Epiphany! The new year starts on Sunday, September 15th and it will include the first Sunday School class, choir performance, and ministry fair. Come together to celebrate as many of our exciting and wonderful ministries resume after a much needed break!
All are welcome to Epiphany’s Community Dinners! There’s free food, children’s activities, and a chance to get to know your neighbors. Community Dinners will be every Wednesday from September 4 to June 17. Dinner begins at 5:45pm and usually ends around 6:30pm. Donations of side dishes and desserts are appreciated, but not required. This first Community Dinner of the program year, on September 4th, will include a backpack blessing. Bring your book bags, lunchboxes, briefcases, or whatever bag that accompanies…
Get free school supplies, register for Homework Club, and visit with our partners to learn more about their free services! School supplies is limited, so it will be first come, first served. Please enter through the Community Center entrance, which is at the back of the Epiphany campus by the playground and down the ramp.
This free food distribution is sponsored by the Maryland Food Bank and hosted at Epiphany. This monthly event is held the second Tuesday of every month and will next occur on August 13 from 5-7pm. Please enter through the Community Center entrance which can be found at the back of the Epiphany campus by the playground and down the ramp.
Save the date for the annual Outdoor Service! This year it will be held on August 18th at 10am and will be followed by a picnic and pool party hosted at the Siperkos’. More details regarding food sign up will come as we draw closer to August. So follow the event on Facebook to stay up to date!
The New Wave Singers, Maryland’s premier GLBTS mixed chorus, will be performing Stonewall: from Revolution to Celebration to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Revolution. Tickets are available through their site (http://newwavesingers.org/tickets/ ) or at the door.
Save the date for a fun night of fellowship and fundraising! There’ll be a reverse raffle, pot luck dinner, and celebration for Sara’s time with Epiphany. All are welcome whether or not a raffle ticket is purchased.
8 a.m. – a quiet celebration of Easter10 a.m. – a festive Easter service with the Epiphany Choir and trumpet followed by two Easter egg hunts (split by age)
“Tenebrae” is a latin word for “darkness.” Epiphany’s evening Good Friday service is a Tenebrae service of darkness with the Epiphany Choir.
You can choose between participating in an inter-generational, hands on Stations of the Cross experience downstairs in the Big Room or a self-guided, quiet, meditative Stations of the Cross experience in the sanctuary.
A solemn service including the adoration of the cross.