Epiphany: When the World Meets Jesus

Adult Education Study: Sundays, January 8, 15, and 22, from 9:45 to 10:45 a.m.

On Sunday mornings, men and women of all ages, including college students, are invited to gather at 9:45 a.m. to participate in a Christian education study exploring Epiphany. Led by Elder Margaret E. Heely, the class will be hybrid; those choosing to attend in person may join us in the Hulme Room, and virtual participation via Zoom videoconferencing also will be available.

Epiphany: When the World Meets Jesus

Elder Peggy Heely
Elder Peggy Heely

As the early Church began to form, the first Christian festival to emerge was, not Christmas, but Epiphany. Epiphany? The word means to manifest, to make clear, or to show forth.

Because there was diversity within the Church from the beginning, different regions of the Church chose different episodes from early in the life of Jesus that manifested or revealed just who Jesus was and what He was about. Over three Sundays (January 8, 15, and 22), we will look at the origins of our worship, and at the episodes as recorded in the Gospels that became the focus of Epiphany—the visit of the Magi, the baptism of Jesus, and the first miracle sign at Cana.

You may choose to bring your Bible, and we will also have Bibles available for your use in the Hulme Room. Please join us—in person or online (via Zoom)—and prepare to delve into moments when the world meets Jesus.

For Virtual Participants: Access links are typically delivered to participants by email on Sunday mornings. If you have questions, or want to be sure you will receive the email invitation, please contact the church office.

Reminder: Childcare for infants through two-year-olds starts at 9:30 a.m. on Sunday mornings, and Children’s Ministry leaders are ready to welcome older children during this time should families choose to participate in person.

For additional information, please contact the church office.