The feast of The Epiphany, our parish’s second “name day” which falls on January 6, will be celebrated on Sunday, January 10, at 9 and 11 a.m. The word “epiphany” is Greek for “manifestation” and is traditionally associated with the appearance of a star in the East which the magi follow to the cradle of the infant Jesus. The theological meaning is that the saving life of Christ is intended as Good News for all the peoples of the earth. It is also a reminder of the role each of us is called to play in getting that Word out.
Welcome to the new website of The Church of Saint Luke & The Epiphany.
Our old website, launched in 2008, served us well for many years. However, what was considered state-of-the-art in 2008 is now deemed obsolete, and our web hosting service ended support for our site on December 2. We’re working hard to build a new, more flexible website on a platform that will be easier to maintain and update.
Please bear with us, as during the early stages of this project, the new website will have relatively little content and few features.