Epiphany

As a liturgical season, Epiphany marks the time when the church wrestles with the implications of an earthshaking revelation. Jesus is not simply the good King that God promised to Israel; He is the God of Israel become King. He is not simply a man who planted new creation in the heart of history; He is the God of history who came to offer his own life as new creation’s seed, and then to rise again as its first bloom. What then does this mean? How now shall we bloom too? For our community, 2017 will be a Year of Following Jesus. This will be the theme that guides us in our liturgy and worship. Fittingly, then, our journey begins with Epiphany, as we fix our hearts on the Son of God, the distant star of our wildest longings, suddenly sprung up among us in humblest radiance.
Epiphany Week 7
February 26, 2017
Central City — "King of the Kingdom" by Rick McKinley
Eastside Gathering — "How do we reach the world with the Gospel?" by Leroy Barber
Epiphany Week 6
February 19, 2017
Central City — "The Authority of Christ" by Bill Clem
Eastside Gathering — "What it Means to Be A Disciple" by Eric Knox
Epiphany Week 5
February 12, 2017
Central City — "Servant of All" by Josh Butler
Eastside Gathering — "What do we mean when we say 'Make Disciples'?" by Eric Knox
Epiphany Week 4
February 5, 2017
Central City — "Healer of the Sick and Disabled" by Rick McKinley
Eastside Gathering — "Healer of the Sick and Disabled" by Eric Knox