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  • June 13, 2024 1:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Poverty by America book cover and Matthew Desmond author photoThis summer, join Journey to Justice (J2J) as we read Poverty, by America by Matthew Desmond. This powerful book challenges the way we understand poverty in the United States and offers some ways to work towards a more just and equitable society. This will be a low-key book study, with one group on Zoom and one group in person, likely meeting two times throughout the summerPlease click to sign up! For questions, please contact Rev. Janelle.

  • June 06, 2024 1:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Parish of the Epiphany's Parish Choir singing in the choir loftEvery Sunday through Labor Day weekend, the Summer Choir will assist in leading the music at our 10:00 am services, and we would like to invite anyone interested to join in. No commitment needed — simply be in the choir loft at 9:00 am on any Sunday you choose, and we will prepare the music for that day. Make it a family event if you like; anyone entering second grade or older is invited to sing. The summer choir will not vest or process. This is your chance to give choir a try in a more relaxed setting! We hope to see some new faces and hear some new voices over the summer. If you have questions, please contact Jeremy Bruns in the music office

  • May 23, 2024 1:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Parish of the Epiphany parishioners sharing a meal around a table in Hadley HallAs we approach the end of our program year, we want to gather and give thanks for the life we've shared here in this place. There are few better ways to celebrate together than to share a meal. Breaking bread together binds us together and reminds us of the joy and laughter and nourishment that we share here at Epiphany.

    On Sunday, June 2 at 11:15 am, all are invited to our Celebration Potluck as we close our program year together. We will gather in Hadley Hall and share in a festive meal and nourishing fellowship. A simple main dish will be provided. We ask that you bring a side or dessert to share. Simply drop it off in Hadley Hall before the 10:00 am service; you'll find tables marked as to where to place your item. We invite you to bring: 

    Last names A-M: Side dish
    Last name N-Z: Dessert

    Bring a favorite family recipe or the deal of the week at Market Basket! Together, we will celebrate and rejoice in it.

  • May 16, 2024 1:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Parish of the Epiphany parishioners with their bicycles participating in 2021 Tri-State Trek to combat ALSIt’s spring again and of course that means that your pedal-pounding fellow parishioners are at it again. Team Epiphany will once again mount our bicycles and ride in the Tri-State Trek to combat ALS. For quite a few years now, you have supported us as we have pedals across England to raise money for the ALS Therapy Development Institute. ALS-TDI has been a leader in research for discovering effective treatments to ed ALS for many years. Such discoveries take a long time, and ALS-TDI has launched the ALS Research Collaborative, which acts as a clearing house for gathered data from people with ALS and sharing them with researchers. They are also the only non-profit biotech to bring a potential treatment, togoprubart, to a clinical trial.

    The Team will once again be traveling to New Hampshire again this June 22-23 after last year’s format change. We’ll be attempting various distances, from 30 to 200 miles over one or two days, looping through Maine and Massachusetts around Durham, NH.

    And so, once again, we ask for your support:

    1. Please navigate to www.team-epiphany.org and make a pledge. We hope to break our record on fundraising. It will also show you who’s on the team and what they’ve signed up for. Sponsor your favorite rider or the team at large. It’s all good!
    2. You could join the team. No, I’m not kidding, and it’s not too late. There are many ways to participate, both in person and virtually. We’d love to swell our ranks  https://tst.als.net/the-ride/participation-options/. Not a cyclist? Doesn’t matter, you can participate virtually walking, running, or doing any kind of exercise.
    3. Pray for us. We will be training heavily between now and then. We’d especially like your prayers for the safety of all riders and volunteers on the weekend of June 22-23.

    ALS has hit this parish hard over the years, and we ride in honor of our fallen friends, Steve Lewis and Rick Marks. Yet, we know there are lots of pressing needs in the world so we thank you in advance for considering supporting us.

  • April 11, 2024 1:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Group photo of Parish of the Epiphany's 2023 Parish Weekend AwayOur all-parish, intergenerational retreat weekend at the Barbara C. Harris Camp & Conference Center in Greenfield, NH will be the weekend of September 27-29, 2024. Immerse yourself in the peace and beauty of creation, and the community and welcome of our Annual All-Parish Weekend Away. The weekend offers nature walks and canoeing, art and music workshops, worship and Bible study, morning yoga and evening hikes. Please click to register now!

  • March 28, 2024 1:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    A volunteer behind a table full of items at Parish of the Epiphany's annual rummage saleEpiphany's annual spring rummage sale will be held on Friday, April 5 from 5:00  7:00 pm and on Saturday, April 6 from 10:00 am – 1:00 pm (bag sale!). 

    We invite you to bring in your donations of: women's, men's, and children's clothing, clean and in good condition; housewares; linens; toys; sports equipment; and collectibles. Please DO NOT LEAVE TVs or computer screens. All donations must be taken to the Christmas Fair room at the basement level; please do not leave items in the narthex, Hadley Hall coat closet, or parish office. There will be signs directing you to the Christmas Fair room. 

    The sale is a great opportunity to meet and work with other Epiphany members. To sign up to help with sorting donations, overseeing the sale, or cleaning up, click here

    Please direct any questions to Gabrielle Stott at gr8stott@yahoo.com or 781-721-5796. 

  • March 14, 2024 1:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The Gospel procession during Easter worship at Parish of the EpiphanyAll are invited to Holy Week and Easter worship at Parish of the Epiphany!

    On Sunday, March 24, we will mark Palm Sunday at 8:00 am with the Blessing of the Palms and Rite I Holy Eucharist and at 10:00 am with our Palm Sunday Procession and Rite II Holy Eucharist. The latter service will also be available via livestream on Epiphany's YouTube channel. In between the services at 9:00 am, all are invited to our annual hot cross buns reception in Hadley Hall, with fellowship, hot cross buns, and activities for children. This year's Palm Sunday services will not offer a Passion Narrative, as we utilize diocesan resources for an alternative Palm Sunday liturgy.

    On March 28 at 6:15 pm, all are welcome for our annual Maundy Thursday Agape Meal. We will begin in Hadley Hall with a community meal and Holy Eucharist and then move to the Sanctuary for foot washing and the stripping of the altar. Please click here if you are interested in being a table host and helping to welcome and facilitate the dinner portion of the evening. 

    On March 29, Epiphany will offer three Good Friday services: a simple service at 7:30 am in the Chapel, as well as noon and 7:00 pm worship with music in the Sanctuary. The evening service will also be available via livestream on Epiphany's YouTube channel

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    March 30, we invite you to a simple Holy Saturday service at 9:00 am in the Sanctuary, followed by altar and flower preparations for Easter celebrations. All are welcome to attend and help in these preparations. At 7:30 pm in the Sanctuary, join us for the Great Vigil of Easter, with the lighting of the Paschal candle, lessons, renewal of baptismal vows, and Holy Eucharist. The Vigil will also be available via livestream on Epiphany's YouTube channel

    Celebrate the Day of Resurrection with Parish of the Epiphany! On March 31, we will offer Easter Sunday Festival Eucharists at 9:00 am and 11:15 am. The 9:00 am service will also be available via livestream on Epiphany's YouTube channelIn between the services at 10:00 am, all are welcome for a festive reception in Hadley Hall, with a children’s Easter egg hunt outdoors at 10:30 am.


  • March 07, 2024 1:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Headshot of Andrins Renaudin, Shelter Services Director of the International Institute of New EnglandOn Saturday, March 16 from 1:00 – 2:00 pm in the Chapel, the Immigration Justice group of Journey to Justice invites Epiphany parishioners and other faith community representatives in Winchester to a presentation by Andrins Renaudin, Shelter Services Director with the International Institute of New England (IINE), to learn more about volunteer needs of Haitian refugees. 

    Currently close to 150 families are housed at the Sonesta Select Hotel on Mishawum Road in Woburn. Volunteers under the direction of IINE are providing supportive services, language support, and driver’s license assistance, and assisting with the transition to more permanent housing. Andrins will be able to spell out specific volunteer needs during the March 16 presentation.

    Andrins is the Founder and President of Cognitive Holistic Healing, a nonprofit that provides mental health literacy support for parents of Haitian descent who have children with registered mental health diagnoses. She serves on the Board of the Haitian American Medical Association and is a member of the Woburn Refugee Taskforce.

    For more information, please contact the Rev. Bob Davidson

  • February 28, 2024 1:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Colorful daffodils, tulips, and hyacinths beautifying Parish of the Epiphany's 2022 Easter worship serviceEvery year the sanctuary is decorated with beautiful Easter lilies and flowers in memory of loved ones or in gratitude for blessings received. To dedicate a lily using our online form, please click here. Submissions must be received by Monday, March 18 for inclusion in the Easter bulletins. 

    To make a contribution in any amount for Easter flowers and music, give online (select "Easter Lilies and Music Memorials" from the "Fund" dropdown menu). 
    You can also give by check. Please make checks payable to the Parish of the Epiphany and write "Easter Flowers" in the memo line. Drop your check in the Sunday offering plate or mail it to: The Parish of the Epiphany / 70 Church Street / Winchester, MA 01890.

  • February 22, 2024 1:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Massachusetts Poor People's Campaign logoEpiscopalians from throughout the diocese are invited to gather on Saturday, March 2 to join alongside other people of faith and those advocating for a more just society. Our bishops invite us to join this nation-wide movement at 11:00 am at the State House in downtown Boston to support the Poor People's Campaign. Event details can be found here. If you have any questions, please contact Rev. Nick.

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