I have always loved the Season of Epiphany. The frenzy of Christmastide is over, the sturdy reflection of Lent still weeks ahead.
This Season allows us to reflect on the manifestations of God afoot in our lives…the epiphanies great and small…which alter our course and force us from complacency. Not all manifestations are easy, but most are worth engaging.
In our highly individualistic American culture, we are reminded that the Church provides a space and a people among whom to tease out the changes and chances that come our way, and to give them root and foundation.
May God’s deep work be afoot within you.
Children’s Homily January 14th…no camels.
The Lessons for the Second Sunday After The Epiphany HERE
Read “The Lead” from Episcopal Café HERE
The recent edition of Episcopal News from the Diocese of L.A. may be found HERE, and articles from the national Episcopal News Service