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    • November 26, 2020
    • 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM (EST)
    • Zoom

    Thursday, 26 November at 9:00am via Zoom

    Please join our Morning Prayer worship on Thanksgiving Day as we give thanks for our many blessings. The service will be led by Epiphany's seminarian, Brett Johnson. Click here to join the service on Zoom.
    There will not be compline on the Thanksgiving night.


    • November 27, 2020
    • 4:00 PM (EST)
    • December 04, 2020
    • 4:00 PM (EST)

    Epiphany's Maxsold auction wrapped up on 21 November. We sold 97% of the 100 lots listed, all donated by Epiphany parishioners and/or culled from our rummage room. Anne Sharp, Sara Post and Laura Krotky spent the day meeting customers and lugging auction items to their cars. We generated just over $5,000 in proceeds. All the money will be given to support the ministries of the Parish.

    Many thanks to parishioners who donated and/or purchased auction items. A few of our best sellers included a signed Patriots football, Roomba, Buddy L Fire Truck, Tool Chest, Dining Table, and an American Girl doll. Most interesting item? The Trump Board Game accompanied by a Trump bobblehead. A set of Mount Holyoke College Plates saw active bidding among alumni. Without a doubt, a few of our most loved items included Sara Post's hand-stitched quilt and doll crib, a large collection of beautiful silver, as well as a set of tiny Paddington Bear dishes and teacups.

    We're very much looking forward to returning to our traditional Christmas Fair next year. We missed the joy of sharing lunch, shopping for Christmas gifts and catching up with friends and neighbors in Hadley Hall.

    Your Auction Team,
    Anne, Sara and Laura
                   

                                              

    • December 01, 2020
    • 6:00 AM (EST)
    • December 20, 2020
    • 6:00 PM (EST)

    In this 2020 year of remote meeting, the Advent Giving Tree cannot be an actual tree with many colorful tags. The temporary loss of this long-time, beloved tradition is sad, but the heart of the Giving Tree is our collective generosity during the Advent season. In the interest of safe social isolation, Mission and Outreach has chosen this year to focus on donations that can be made from home. We offer here, as a suggestion, links to organizations that Epiphany has strongly supported for many years with time, talent, and treasure. All these groups are doing work that is critical in supporting struggling families and children during this pandemic. Your prayerful support of their mission would be well-used and greatly appreciated.

    Blackstone School Library – order books which will be picked up by the librarian, click here

    Council of Social Concern, Woburn - an organization that's meeting the needs of members in our community, click here 

    El Hogar Ministries - uplifting and educating children and families in Honduras, click here

    Meals for Chelsea Partnership (Epiphany, St. Luke’s, Bella Isla Restaurant), click here

    St. Stephen’s Youth Program (especially the Pandemic Fund) - promoting quality education and opportunities for inner city youth, click here 


    • December 03, 2020
    • 7:00 PM (EST)
    • December 17, 2020
    • 7:00 PM (EST)
    • Zoom

    Epiphany’s healing team piloted online healing stations on two Sundays in October. Now, the healing team will offer online healing prayer on three upcoming Thursdays: December 3rd, 10th, and 17th. An online healing station will be available from 7:00 p.m. to 7:20 p.m. on those evenings. You will receive a Zoom link on those days, as we do for Morning Prayer, Noonday Prayer, and Compline.

    How to access the online healing stations

    When you click on the link, you’ll be placed in a waiting room (others in the waiting room will not be able to see you or know you’re there).

    You’ll then be admitted to the main room of the healing station, where you can take a moment to center yourself (again, no one will be able to see you in the main room).

    When a healing minister is available, you will be invited to join a healing station. Clicking on the “Join Breakout Room” button will place you in a private space with a healing minister. There, the process is very much like what it would be at the prayer desk at church. You will offer what is on your heart to the minister, who will pray with you.

    When prayers have been offered and it is time to exit the healing station, you will press the red “Leave” button and choose “Leave the Meeting.”

    Our goal is to offer this healing ministry in a way that assures receivers of the gifts of the Holy Spirit while ensuring the safety and privacy of our brothers and sisters.

    ~ Sarah Conner, for the Healing Team: Jason Kinchen, Susan Bailey, Fred Rowland, Jane Sherwin, Judith Gillette, Rich Goldhor, Sandra LaPerche, Marty Mauzy, Joy Cass, Leo Cass


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