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Welcome to Epiphany on the Web!

Now that you are here, you can find out all about this Parish that has been around for over 100 years, welcoming, working for social justice, praying, having fun, and proclaiming the Good News of God in Christ that all have a place at our table. 

But, more importantly we want to see you here, on Sunday breaking bread with us, or Wednesday nights for choir, parish supper, or bible study. We want to invite you to help us feed the hungry at Peachtree and Pine (Task Force for the Homeless Shelter), or at Hagar’s House (a women and children’s shelter in Decatur). We want your children to learn the stories of our faith and tradition through Godly Play, we want to invite you to a quiet moment of meditation on your faith journey.

We are a place that welcomes people, all people. We welcome ideas about how we know and live God’s love in this world. We welcome the energy and passion to make those ideas a part of our common life here at Epiphany and in the larger church and the world.

Browse our site, get a notion here about what we are about then, come find out, in person, we will be glad to see you.

Peace,

The Rev. Benno Pattison, Rector

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The Episcopal Church of the Epiphany is an inclusive community called to seek and follow Jesus Christ. We welcome all people in the Eucharistic Fellowship of Christ's Body. We receive strength and encouragement at the common table to carry out Christ's work of reconciliation in our broken world. Nourished by worship and witness, learning and teaching, fellowship and service, we strive to live out the Gospel's radical values with gladness of heart.

 

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99 Days of Gratitude
 
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Nativities Exhibit
 
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Winter Solstice Retreat
 

Join our Community in celebrating 99 days of gratitude!  Every day we want you to find something, or a person, or a moment to be grateful for.  We hope that this will be  a season in your life that can be transformative, healing, giving.  This is our season of being grateful for your family, this church, the work we do, God in our midst.  Come celebrate these 99 days!

Sundays we will have Town Hall meetings to listen, and talk about our gratitude for the work we do around Epiphany.  We will talk about mission and ministry, and numbers and budgets.  We want everyone to join us in this conversation.  Below you will see an alphabetized invitation.  If you can't come at the time that corresponds to your moment, come when you can!

9/28 10/5 10/19 11/2 11/9
A-F Last Name G-L Last Name M-R Last Name S-Z Last Name All Call
 

This Week at Epiphany - October 27

Wednesday Night Dinner is served from 5:30-7 p.m. Cost is $8 for adults, $3.50 for children 12 and under. Sign up in the Crossing Hall by 11 a.m. Tuesday. Menu for October 29: Chef's Soup, Bridge Salad with Raspberry Vinaigrette, Assorted Rolls, Scarlet Chicken Over Penne Paste with White Sauce, Bouquetiere of Vegetables, Dessert Presentation of Cake and Confections

10/28-11/1 is our next week at Hagar’s House, a shelter in Decatur for homeless women and children. We need a second person/household to help with food and serve for Saturday, 11/1 to help prepare and serve dinner for 25-30 guests at the shelter. Please sign up at www.SignUpGenius.com/go/hagars or on the sign-up sheet posted in the Crossing Hall on Sundays. Questions? Contact Cindy Bell at 404.549.3363.

11/1–Invitation to a Blessing of the lifelong commitment of Michael Eurey and Stanley Harper, Saturday at 5 p.m. On our forty-first anniversary, our personal commitment to each other will be blessed. The Rite “Witnessing and Blessing of a Lifelong Covenant” with Holy Eucharist will be officiated by Benno and Cynthia. Please come witness and celebrate this event, its importance to us, our community, and our Faith. A Champagne toast will follow in the Parish Hall. Michael and Stanley. Please RSVP to our email or 470.242.5613.

Early Voting for Nov. 4 General Election is open:  Some Saturday and Sunday hours are available.  For exact locations and hours, click link below for Fulton and DeKalb counties.   Fulton County schedule      DeKalb County Schedule

 


This Sunday - November 2

Daylight Savings Time comes to an end. Be sure to set your clocks back one hour on Saturday Night.

Carmen Gutierrez, a long time parishioner who died in 2011, donated her body to medical research.  Her ashes have been returned to us, her family.  The committal will take place immediately after the 11:15 service in the Memorial Garden. 

Each November, Emmaus House, a mission of the Diocese, sponsors a “Thanksgiving at Home” program for their neighbors in Peoplestown. Turkeys are provided as well as a bag of groceries for side dishes. Nov. 2nd, we will be distributing brown paper bags which will include a list of items (also in the newsletter) to purchase and return to Epiphany through Nov. 16. We are accountable for 100 bags, so we thank you very much in advance for your help in returning the bags - filled! Contact: Jeanette Hanson, 404.982.9134,

Epiphany Concert Series: A concert in memory of former Epiphany Organist/Choirmaster Patrick Hagan, will be presented at 4:30 pm. The choir, comprised of members and friends of the Epiphany Choir, will be directed by composer and former Epiphanite Mary Place Badarak.

Vigil of All Souls with Choral Evensong, Baptism, and Holy Eucharist at 6 p.m. The Epiphany Choir will sing works by works by Stanford, Puccini, and Chilcott for the service. Bring mementos and pictures of loved ones for the Altar of Repose. There will be incense at this service.

Adult Education at 10 a.m.

  • Adult Forum: The Rector will lead a discussion on Anglicanism. Jones Hall, Room C.
  • The Epiphany Parents Group: Discussing Aha! Parenting, led by Laura Gary. Room 001 (Downstairs)
  • Lovingkindness Meditation meets in the Assoc. Rector’s office, Room 103.

 


Upcoming Events

11/3—The Epiphany Book Club meets on 1st Mondays (New Night!) at Regency House (341 Winn Way, Decatur 30030). Contact: Christina Kaylor, 404.525.7595. November: Emma by Jane Austen. January: Mink River by Brian Doyle..

11/3—All are invited to participate in the 26th Annual Homeless Memorial Day and Requiem Monday at 7 p.m. at the Cathedral of St. Philip. This Ecumenical Requiem is for the homeless who have died on our streets over the past year. The event opens National Hunger and Homeless Awareness Month. We will carpool from Epiphany at 6:15 p.m. Let Tom Bell (404.549.3363 or his email) know if you would like a ride.

 


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