The Season of Epiphany
The term epiphany means "to show" or "to make known" or even "to reveal." In Western churches, it remembers the coming of the wise men bringing gifts to visit the Christ child, who by so doing "reveal" Jesus to the world as Lord and King. The day is now observed as a time of focusing on the mission of the church by "showing" Jesus as the Savior of all people. It is also a time of focusing on Christian community and fellowship, especially in healing the divisions of prejudice and bigotry that we all too often create between God’s children.
Below is our Epiphany teaching feed. This will update every week with a new teaching in the season of Epiphany. In the mean time... feel free to check out some past Epiphany sermons.
Epiphany is a great season to find a place to give your time, resources, and energy. Showing that Jesus is king and saviour often comes with the simplest acts of faithfulness. Consider finding or recommitting to an area of service around Redemption:
Epiphany is also a great season to recommit to the discipline of tithing. Tithing is how we show ourselves that Jesus is king and saviour. It also helps our small community of people continue to be a place of love and hope to each other and to our neighbors. Please consider committing to the discipline of giving below.