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Events:  The Parish of Epiphany Events

    • April 29, 2018
    • June 03, 2018
    • 2 sessions
    • Nave

    Mark you calendar for our next Evensong service on Sunday, 29 April at 5:00pm.  

    • May 11, 2018
    • June 09, 2018
    • 12:00 PM

    If you poke your head into the Dewart Room (you all know where the Dewart Room is, right?), you will see on the far wall a friendly shepherd waving to you as he guides his sheep. This picture is one of a series of photographs that were taken during our visit to the Holy Land in 2015. Along with 36 other pilgrims, we spent nearly two weeks walking, learning, and praying where Jesus walked, taught, and prayed. The photographs, along with their accompanying descriptions and Bible quotations, attempt to reflect some of the beauty, history, and spiritual power of that amazing, holy region.

    This exhibit was sponsored by Epiphany's Gifts and Memorials committee, thanks to a bequest from Margaret Hemmingsen. Margaret's gift also funded the renovation and refurnishing of the Dewart Room.

    We hope you enjoy the exhibit!
    Scott and Mary Street

    • May 24, 2018
    • 7:30 PM
    • May 31, 2018
    • 9:00 PM

    You are invited to join the choir for the final Evensong of the season.  In April, several singers joined us for a few rehearsals and then sang with us for the service.  It was amazing how a few extra voices added to the richness of our sound!  If you enjoy singing, but can’t make a regular commitment, I hope you will consider joining us for Evensong on June 3rd.  Rehearsals are from 8:00-9:00pm on May 24th and 31st, and from 9:00-11:00am on Saturday, June 2nd.  We are ending the season with Stanford’s beautiful Evening Service in C, Balfour Gardiner’s Evening Hymn and John Blow’s Let My Prayer Come Up.  For more information please email Craig Benner.  

    • May 25, 2018
    • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

    Enjoy Renaissance and Baroque music with the “raucous” and “refined” group les soûls d’amour on May 25th at Parish of the Epiphany, 70 Church Street, Winchester. The music starts at 7:00 p.m. Tickets are $25 at the door; refreshment is included.

    les soûls d’amour explores stories written centuries ago that still resonate with us today: of love in its trials and joys or of the camaraderie of sharing conversation and a drink with beloved friends. Repertoire ranges from the feisty and flirty arias of Purcell and Monteverdi to the bawdiest drinking songs of the German Baroque and Spanish Renaissance, proving that “antique composers and their modern day advocates could meet in the barroom and share great jokes” (Boston Music Intelligencer). The program on May 25, Love and War, is “a bombastic program of battle and ballads, featuring Purcell, Monteverdi, Rameau, and William Byrd.”

    Members of the group include Jacob Street, harpsichordist and artistic director, is a former chorister and member of the Parish of the Epiphany and is currently Director of Music at St. Paul’s on the Green in Norwalk, Connecticut. His colleagues include Molly Netter, soprano; Andrew Padgett, bass-baritone and hurdy-gurdy; Alana Youssefian, baroque violin; and David Ellis, viola da gamba. les soûls d’amour is the ensemble-in-residence at the Seabury Academy for Music and the Arts in Norwalk, Connecticut.

    For additional information contact Mary Street, 978-235-1054.

    • June 22, 2018
    • June 24, 2018
    • Benefit Bike Ride

    Hello Beloved Community and Happy Easter!

    Once again, ALS has broken the hearts of our Parish family. Very recently one of our own lost his valiant struggle against this horrible disease. Our community has been bitterly stricken by this disease, but as Rick Marks would have us do, we will not take this lying down. We will honor his memory by continuing the fight in the name of all of the loved ones we have lost to this awful affliction.

    Last year, our Parish engaged in efforts to combat Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, or ALS. Among the many wonderful hikes and gala events, Epiphany fielded a team of cyclists to ride in the Tri-State Trek, a three day, 270 mile bicycle ride across southern New England. We were supported by several more folks who volunteered at the event and rode with us the ceremonial last nine miles into Greenwich, Connecticut. We raised over $10,000 to support the sponsor of the event, the ALS Therapy Development Institute.

    So, Team Epiphany will ride again! And while we had a wonderful team last year, I think we can do better. More cyclists, more volunteers, more donations! In the spirit of Easter – renewal and transformation – let’s give this disease a swift kick in the behind!

    This year the event will take place on the weekend of June 22, 23, and 24. There are many ways in which you can participate:

    • Get out your trusty two-wheeler and start training! It would be great to have a large team of Epiphany cyclists training and riding together!

    But, but, but – you do NOT have to ride all three days, all 270 miles. There are options for one-day and two-day commitments as well. There is even a ceremonial nine mile ride to conclude the event. All the riders come into Greenwich together.

    • Volunteer at the Tri-State Trek. These events can’t happen without an army of volunteers to support the riders at water-stops, in support vehicles, and at the overnight venues.
    • Cheer on the cyclists! The course starts at Boston College and ends on the Green in Greenwich, Connecticut with overnight layovers at UConn in Storrs and the University of New Haven – and many water stops in between. How cool would it be to have folks at various places shouting their encouragement?
    • Pledge your support financially. The team is on the hook to raise $2,000 for each 3-day rider, so all help will be key.

    The warden core is well represented on the team so far. Suzanne Owayda and Ellen Wilson have volunteered. Won’t you follow their example? I truly pray that we can make a significant contribution to the search for a cure and treatment of ALS which has handed us such a terrible loss. I know we can, with Christ’s help, do His will.

    Please contact me if you are interested in participating. The information on the ride is here and Epiphany's team page for news and donation is here

    Thanks so much in advance. I know we can do this!
    Jason Kinchen


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70 Church Street
Winchester, MA 01890
Phone: 781.729.1922



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