2020 archive of Human Concerns and Pastoral Care News
Posted by Sherry Neese on 11/23/20
Please contact the office if you or someone you know would like to receive a prayer shawl, personally made by a member of the Prayer Shawl Ministry. The shawl is a tangible reminder that the person is being prayed for by our parish family. Thanks for the Memories!
The Memorial Board will be taken down on Monday, November 30. Please retrieve your photos, which may be found in the box on the table near Minor Worship, as soon as possible. Thank you for sharing these wonderful reminders of so many special people! Housing Families First – Drop-Off ... Read More »
Posted by Sherry Neese on 10/08/20
Mass of the Resurrection for Arlene Edna Walsh
February 16, 1942 - August 28, 2020
For Orders of Worhsip, click HERE!
Posted by Sherry Neese on 9/22/20
Novena for Election
Let's all pray a special Novena for the Election over nine consecutive Tuesdays, beginning on September 8 and ending on election day, November 3. It is hoped that during these nine weeks, you will inform your mind to study issues, form your conscience, conform your mind ... Read More »
Posted by Sherry Neese on 8/27/20
The next time you visit our church, we invite you to take a look at the beautiful new sculpture in front of the building, just down the sidewalk from the bell tower. On one side, the Ten Commandments are displayed like two stone tablets, resting upon a pedestal ... Read More »
Posted by Sherry Neese on 8/18/20
Racial Justice – Reading
Click HERE to read the “Tribute to John Lewis” that was published on the JustFaith website. Explore the website for information about other social justice programs.
“Open Wide Our Hearts” is a pastoral letter against racism issued by the United States Conference of Catholic ... Read More »
Posted by Sherry Neese on 7/21/20
Epiphany parishioners have an incredible commitment to justice and mercy, even for marginalized people like the incarcerated. Tom Petersik, the co-coordinator of prison ministry for Saint Edward, Church of the Epiphany, and Saint John Neumann, has created a website where we can learn about prison labor and the reforms ... Read More »
Posted by Sherry Neese on 7/10/20
"My Brothers and Sisters of Church of the Epiphany,
We are living in very distressing times when it is too easy to fall into despair. I would like to offer you hope and a reminder of the many wondrous deeds that our Lord has done through us in the ... Read More »
Posted by Sherry Neese on 3/13/20
Until further notice, Bishop Knestout has granted a dispensation from the obligation to attend Mass on Sundays and holy days to the following persons most susceptible to the effects of the Corona virus/COVID 19: those 60 years of age or older; those with chronic illness; and those with immune ... Read More »