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Epiphany means “manifest” or “revealed.” In Scripture, both the word and the meaning are reserved for moments or movements where God speaks and acts with an undeniable clarity. During the Christian season of Epiphany we are invited to remember the ways in which God has made Himself known in both general and specific ways in Scripture. Recalling these acts of God can then help us to interpret and respond to the epiphanies of God that continue in our midst.

January 3 – Epiphany Sunday

Matthew 2:1-12

Sermon Title: An Epiphany always reveals a powerful God

 

January 10 – First Sunday after the Epiphany

Isaiah 6:1-11    

Sermon Title: An Epiphany always humbles

 

January 17 – Second Sunday after the Epiphany

Acts 9:1-19 / Ephesians 3:1-6

Sermon Title: An Epiphany always transforms

 

January 24 – Third Sunday after the Epiphany

Acts 10:34-43

Sermon Title: An Epiphany always empowers

 

January 31 – Fourth Sunday after the Epiphany

Acts 8:26-40

Sermon Title: An Epiphany always directs