Epiphany Episcopal Church Upcoming Events
We challenge you to complete these 25 small acts of kindness through Advent this year. Click here to view the Advent calendar challenges for each day. Are you up for the challenge?
Come share your blessings at Epiphany's Thanksgiving Liturgy on Wednesday, November 26th at 7pm. This candlelit worship will include Taize chant and Holy Communion.
Check out "Life With Littles," a new series of blog posts on parenting written by Kelly Riolo, Ph.D., a practicing Pediatric/Developmental Psychologist. Kelly will be sharing experiences from her life as a new mom, as well as helpful insights and tips on child development. Parents and grandparents will definitely want to read "Life With Littles." To read, click the image of Kelly and Ashton, to the left.
Epiphany has begun a search process to hire a bookkeeper for approximately 8 hours a week to oversee financial operations of both the church and Neighbor-to-Neighbor program. A qualified candidate must have a Bachelors’s degree, experience in finance and bookkeeping, and working knowledge of Excel and Quickbooks. Selected candidate will be required to submit to a criminal background check. Applicants should send a resume and cover letter outlining qualifications to firstname.lastname@example.org by November 7th. While we sincerely appreciate all applications, only those candidates selected for interview will be contacted. For more information, click here.
As we start our program year, we kindly request that everyone at Epiphany complete a survey prepared by members of our Stewardship or T3 (Time, Talent, and Treasure) Team. You can take the survey online by following this link or complete a hard copy version over the next three weeks (available at worship and in the office). Hard copies can also be mailed upon request to those who need them. If you have any questions, please contact Alex Obaza: email@example.com. The results of this survey will be shared with you in creative ways this fall, and this work builds on the listening campaign we have been doing.
Click here to see a few photos of the amazing, literature-themed art created by the children of Epiphany Day Care. We are so proud of their talent and creativity!
For the first time in my 38 year career as a church musician, I will have a three month sabbatical from my regular duties as your Director of Music. I am excited and grateful for this gift of time, and wanted to share with you all some of my hopes and plans for that time, which will begin in late summer and go through early fall. In June 2007 I had the opportunity as part of a 10 day conference on Celtic spirituality to visit the Island of Iona off the west coast of Scotland for about 2 hours. Click here to read more.
We are proud to announce that the Reverend Kristofer Lindh-Payne has been awarded a Beatitudes Society Fellowship, He was one of eight emerging faith leaders from across the country selected for this annual award. “We are delighted that Kristofer is one of our game-changing new leaders,” said The Rev. Anne Howard, Executive Director of The Beatitudes Society. Click here to read the full press release.
Click here to read the Baltimore Sun's recent feature article on Epiphany clergy taking their faith to the streets on Ash Wednesday.
Have you met Jennie Fumarola, Youth Ministry at Epiphany (YME) organizer? Well, if you haven't, you should! Click here to learn more about Jennie and the exciting projects she's introducing to our teens.
Click here to watch an interview with the Rev. Kathryn Wajda at our recent National Night Out event, hosted here at Epiphany. Baltimore County Police and local fire departments, along with vendors and musicians, joined our neighbors for an evening of community fun and fellowship.
Click here to read an article in the Baltimore Food and Faith Project's Good Food Digest publication, describing our Growing Faith With Food summer series for kids. The article is titled "Project Spotlight: Epiphany Episcopal Church."
Click here to listen to live recordings of the soul-stirring Epiphany choirs. We'll be adding even more recordings soon. Enjoy!
Click here to read Epiphany Co-Rector the Rev. Kristofer Lindh-Payne's response to criticism of the "Ashes to Go" ministry. Click here for "Lenten Observers Take Their Ashes to Go," a feature article and video from the Baltimore Sun. The video and article feature the Rev. Lindh-Payne and other Episcopal clergy from our area.
Our sermons are now available as free Itunes podcasts! To subscribe, click here.When you subscribe, sermons will automatically download to your Itunes library. If you don't have Itunes installed, you can still subscribe to the sermons by clicking the RSS icon on the top right of the screen. This will take you to Feedburner, where you can subscribe and have the sermons downloaded to your Google Reader.
Epiphany Day Care has openings. Please contact Elaine Kraus, Day Care Director, for details at 410-252-4468.