Lenten Soup Supper and Meditation
A soup supper and meditation will be held each Thursday during Lent until Thursday, April 6th at 6:30 pm. Please volunteer to lead the meditation or bring soup or bread for one of the Thursdays. Please join us and bring your neighbors to take advantage of this opportunity for fellowship and worship during the season of reflection and preparation.
Save the Children
Caring Ministry, in cooperation with the children of Epiphany Sunday School, sponsors a child through Save the Children. Donald is now seven years old and lives in Kentucky. We have the opportunity to correspond with Donald via snail mail and/or email and to send him small gifts. Donations designated to Save the Children may be added to your offering. For more information or to send a note to Donald, please see Becki.
ACTS Food Bank
Members of Epiphany donated 38 pounds of food during the month of January. We will collect pasta for the ACTS food bank this month. Thanks for all you do to help the less fortunate in our community. Please remember that food insecurity is a constant struggle for many families in our community and donate as much as you are able this month.
Small children have Story, Music and Craft Time during the time they normally spend in the nursery during the church service. Older children have Sunday School after church; Adult Forum is also after church.
Epiphany Lutheran Church's book club will have its next meeting on Tuesday, March 21st, 7:30pm, at Kristina and Jeff Smith's home to discuss Lincoln in the Bardo by George Saunders. New members are always welcome.
3rd Sunday Potluck
Join us after service on March 19th for our next monthly 3rd Sunday Potluck. Dessert will be provided; please bring a main dish or a side dish to share. Those whose last names begin with A-L bring a main dish, and those whose last names begin with M-Z bring a side dish to share. As always, those who help with set-up and clean-up are greatly appreciated!
Prayer Chain--Staying in Touch
God tells us to "Pray without ceasing." When we--or those we care about--are hurting, it is natural to call out to God for help. More importantly, He promises to answer those prayers ("Call upon Me in the day fo trouble: I will deliver you.") We are all invited to become part of the Epiphany Prayer Chain and/or send out a prayer request at Pray@epiphlutheran.org