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May 15- Sunday Bulletin

May 15- Sunday Bulletin

Coffee & Conversation

Coffee and Conversation: Who are our Neighbors?

Please come and join the next C&C series, when we will be getting to know our neighbors, right here in our church building. We have invited speakers from Street Sense, the Muslim prayer group, YSOP and the Twelve Step programs. They will tell us about their ministries and we will discuss together how we can support one another in furthering God’s love and peace. We will meet at 9:30am in the Dunlop Room on June 12 & 26, July 10 & 24, and August 7.

April 17- Sunday Bulletin

 

April 17 Sunday Bulletin

April 19- Tuesday Concert Series Performance

On April 19 at 12:10pm Martin Labazevitch, piano performs Modest Mussorgsky’s monumental Pictures at an Exhibition (1874)

April 19 Program

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April 6- Choral Evensong

Join us for Choral Evensong during the second week of Easter, sung by Schola Epiphaniensis. The evening’s service will include Orlando Gibbons’s The Short Service and Lucio Marenzio’sQuem vidisti me. Choral evensong is sung at Epiphany on the first Wednesday of each month.

Holy Week Schedule

Monday, March 21: 12:10pm Holy Eucharist

Tuesday, March 22: 1:00pm Street Church Eucharist in Franklin Square

Wednesday, March 23: 12:10pm Choral Eucharist

Thursday, March 24—Maundy Thursday:

  • 12:10pm Holy Eucharist with Foot Washing
  • 6:00pm, Parish Agape Meal
  • 7:00pm Holy Eucharist with Foot Washing and Stripping of the Altar

Friday, March 25—Good Friday:

  • 12:10pm Holy Eucharist with Reserved Sacrament
  • 1:30pm The Way of the Cross

Saturday, March 26: 6:30pm Epiphany Pilgrimage to National Cathedral for Easter Vigil
We will travel to the National Cathedral to experience the Easter Vigil with worshipers from around the Diocese. Presiding Bishop Michael B. Curry will preach. 
Passes required. Vigil begins at 8:00pm. Please RSVP by calling the parish office or emailing egardner@epiphanydc.org.

Easter Schedule

March 27 is Easter Sunday! Please join us for a joyful celebration with music and fellowship.

8:00am: Festival Eucharist with Gospel Music

11:00am: Festival Choral Eucharist with the Epiphany Choir

Interested in Exploring Confirmation?

Are you baptised, confirmed or have you ever re-affirmed your baptism vows? If your answer is no to any of these questions then come and join us for conversations about Christian formation and discipleship.   The Cathedral Confirmation service takes place on 14th May, so the coming months are the perfect time to consider taking your commitment one step further from where you are now.  We will be holding a series of discussions this Lent where together we will explore the teachings, history, and liturgy of the Church in more depth. We would love for you to join us.  Please contact call the parish office at 202-347-2635 for more information.

Explore Silent Prayer this Lent

Explore different avenues for prayer on Wednesdays in Lent
From 6pm7pm on Wednesdays in Lent we will be presented with different ways of approaching contemplative prayer: ‘praying with silence’; ‘praying with icons’; ‘praying with music’ and ‘praying with Scripture’. Contact the parish office at 202-347-2635 for more information.

February 3- Choral Evensong

Join us for Choral Evensong on Wednesday, February 3 at 6:00pm. Experience the music of Adrian Batten & William Byrd, sung by Schola Epiphaniensis.

At this service we will mark the feast of Candlemas. Candlemas, also called Presentation Of Christ In The Temple, in the Christian church, festival on February 2, commemorates occasion when the Virgin Mary, in obedience to Jewish law, went to the Temple in Jerusalem both to be purified 40 days after the birth of her son and to present Jesus to God as her firstborn (Luke 2:22–38). The festival was formerly known in the Roman Catholic church as the Purification of the Blessed Virgin Mary and is now known as the Presentation of the Lord. In the Anglican/Episcopal church it is called the Presentation of Christ in the Temple.