In Epiphany, we celebrate God’s Incarnation in the person of Jesus and we mark the Visitation of the Magi to the crib at Bethlehem as a sign and symbol of God’s manifestation to the Gentiles. The beauty of this feast day is that it draws upon the beauty inherent in each of our respective cultures and seeks out the unity that is only possible through our shared witness to the Gospel of Jesus Christ. You are invited to share in this joyous celebration.
Adult Formation at 9:30 am
Looking Eastward: Epiphany and the Power of Imagination and Generosity
An epiphany is an illuminating discovery, realization, disclosure, or insight, or simply “a revealing scene or moment” that has the potential to change us as we experience it. The Rev. John Wall will lead us in discussion of the Gospel story of the Wise Men’s visit to the infant Jesus and help us find what that story can still reveal to us about who this Jesus is who we meet in the Gospel stories and in the life of the Church today.
The Feast of the Epiphany 10:30 am (One service only; no 8:30 service)
At St. Mark’s we will celebrate this principal feast with one service at 10:30 am.
Fr. Tyrone will preside and the Rev. John Wall will preach.
The Epiphany Brunch: Following worship
Following the 10:30 service, all are invited to a festive brunch in the Community Life Center. Come with a healthy appetite as there will be lots of food to share. Please contact Mike and Meta Wilson if you’d like to volunteer to assist or bring extra food and drinks.