Dear Friends,

Merry Christmas! It’s the last day of the season (12 drummers drumming!), and tomorrow is the Feast of the Epiphany, the day we celebrate that God incarnate was made known to the whole world, represented by three kings who come from foreign lands to meet the infant Messiah.

We will celebrate the Epiphany tomorrow with Bread, Wine, and Word at 6:00pm. We’ll gather in the church to share a meal and stories (we might even sing “We Three Kings”!). These are always such fun events—please come! Read more below and sign up so we order enough food.

Our celebration will continue on Sunday with the Feast of the Baptism of our Lord during which we will baptize one of our babies and renew our baptismal vows.

And then we keep going as next Saturday our children will have their Epiphany Camp ending with a brief celebration—all are invited! See the article below for more information.

This is a season where we learn more about God and how God shows up in the world, and don’t we all need that? In a world beset by war and violence, natural disasters and heartbreak, looking for God and hope is an essential spiritual practice. Let us seek and celebrate together.

See you in church!

Faithfully, Suzanne+