It has been a tradition to choose our much-beloved star words on or around Epiphany. Just as the Wise Ones followed the star to find Jesus, so our words are often guiding lights throughout the year. We will select and bless our star words during worship on January 8. If you are unable to attend in person, please let Pastor Jeanne know and she will choose a word for you for the year ahead.
January 8 - First Sunday after Epiphany
On this first day of the Season after the Epiphany, which begins with the memory of Christ's baptism where it seems everything has become clear, we find ourselves wondering about what is revealed.
January 15 - Second Sunday after Epiphany
As God inspires new possibility and redemption in prophets and communities, we hear God calling to us individually with our curiosities and as a community eager to imagine change.
January 22 - Third Sunday after Epiphany
Following the Call
As the disciples are called to be fishers of people, we are invited to wonder what is calling us and leading us to find a place to dwell and grow in unity with others in our community.
January 29 - Fourth Sunday after Epiphany
As we begin a three-week series on the Sermon on the Mount, we glimpse a re-imagined realm.
February 5 - Fifth Sunday after Epiphany
Greatness of Heart
With a prophet and psalmist, we learn what it means to practice righteousness and restore beauty in community, are named by Jesus as salt and light, and ponder ways to extend the reach of God's realm.
February 12 - Sixth Sunday after Epiphany
From the Heart
With the people of Israel, we look toward the land of promise and hear the clear message that God's way leads to life, while Jesus' questions in the Sermon on the Mount encourage us to look deep into our hearts and investigate what is true for us.
February 19 - Transfiguration Sunday
The Season after the Epiphany closes with extraordinary sacred encounters on ordinary mountains, and we are invited to carry God's glory and mystery as we enter the Season of Lent.