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  • June 23, 2017 1:23 PM | Anonymous

    Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis(ALS) – otherwise known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease, Charcot’s Disease, and motor neuron disease (MND) – is a progressive neurogenerative disorder whose cure has yet to be found. It’s a particularly cruel condition as it targets only cells required for motion, but leaves cognitive and sensing cells completely intact. So, the sufferer is completely aware of the progression of the illness.

    That’s the clinical description. My personal version is that I find myself with a disturbingly accelerated experience with this disease. In the past decade, I have known, or dear friends have known, people who have been diagnosed with ALS. For quite a while now, my intercessory prayers have consistently included someone who suffers from or has recently passed away from ALS. My heart is periodically stricken by this news and I feel the Spirit entering into the breaks. 
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    The trek begins on 23 June and continues through 25 June.  For more information and to donate go to Epiphany's Team page here


  • May 22, 2017 12:58 PM | Anonymous



    Click here
    to read the letter from the Wardens emailed on 12 May 2017
    Click here to learn more from Thomas about the details of his sabbatical and information about how he’ll communicate during his time away.


  • May 18, 2017 2:01 PM | Anonymous

    The Adult Christian Formation Committee welcomes your feedback on the offerings provided this year. Please follow the link to be directed to a short survey.

    Please click here

    Gratefully and on behalf of the entire committee,

    Rich Goldor, Miriam Gelfer, and Jen Vath


  • May 18, 2017 1:57 PM | Anonymous

    On Pentecost, June 4th, we’ll say farewell to Roger Nelson, who has been part of the Parish for nearly fifteen years, first as Youth Minister, then as Assistant Rector, and in the last three years, as a Priest Associate. Roger is removing to New York City to live near his son and daughter-in-law, and the Evensong will be the moment when we bless him on his next adventure in the Big Apple. You are invited to make the day special by contributing in the following ways:

    Memory Book
    We are compiling a book with notes and sketches and photos. In the parish office are pages, which you’re welcome to use, or you can use your own paper. If you have photographs of Roger please bring them by, or you can write on your own notecards. Please return your submission by Wednesday, 31 May.

    Reception after Choral Evening Prayer
    If you can help with bringing food, or setting up or cleaning up, following the reception after Evensong please contact us at office@3crowns.org.


  • May 18, 2017 1:41 PM | Anonymous



    Epiphany is looking to hire a Sexton, otherwise known as a custodian. 
    The sexton is responsible for maintaining the church’s building and grounds, including performing and managing all janitorial tasks; performing all basic maintenance and repairs; setting up furniture and arranging rooms, and communicating with visitors, vendors, parishioners, a lay-led property committee, and all other paid and volunteer personnel. Read more here

      

  • March 17, 2017 5:35 PM | Anonymous

    Epiphany's Parent/Child Playgroup is an intentional place for parents to learn, share, and grow together as parents while their children play.  The Monday and Friday sessions will conclude for the summer on Monday, 22 May at 9:00am with a celebration of Holy Eucharist in the Chapel.


    The groups will resume meetings in September.  Contact Carolyn Hughes with any questions.



  • October 20, 2016 9:30 AM | Anonymous




    We return to our study of the Books of the Bible.  Each week the group engages a lively discussion.  The study group meets for 90 minutes in the Suter Room. This winter and spring our discussion is focused on the letters of Paul.  We meet from 9:30-11:00am. 


      

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