Pancake breakfast!

Pancakes!What: Pancake breakfast
Where: Epiphany Community Center
When: 8am-11am, Sunday, 30 Oct 2011

Don't forget about the pancake breakfast tomorrow!  

Show up before the 9am or 11:30am masses, or stay after the 9am mass and enjoy some pancakes with your fellow parishioners.

New Roman Missal

QuestionRoman MissalWondering about the “New Roman Missal” that’s coming? No, it doesn’t mean we are all going to be coming to liturgy with big fat prayer books.

Ministry: Worship

JustCommunity Fall 2011: The Beloved Community Embraces Diversity

Undoing RacismStretching Beyond the Racial Divide...

The Social Responsibility Committee and the Undoing Racism Committee invite everyone to participate in Season 5 of JustCommunity. 

Reflections on Sunday’s Readings: October 30, 2011

Oct 30

This Sunday is the 31st Sunday in Ordinary Time. “Practice what you preach.” How do our choices and actions show that we are followers of Christ? It is a challenge to remember that God, the true Teacher and Master, is central in our lives, and living as a humble servant is simply living in right relationship with God and others, and following the example of Jesus. How am I choosing to serve among our “beloved community” and in my family and larger community?

Obituary for Robert J. Savko

BobRobert J. Savko, 79, of Louisville passed away Wednesday, October 19, 2011 at Nortons Brownsboro Hospital with his family by his side.

He was a native of Sharon, PA, a graduate of Youngstown State University where he played on the Golf Team, a U.S. Army second lieutenant, a member of the Knights of Columbus Elizabethtown, a member of the American Legion, Elizabethtown, a member of the Church of the Epiphany and retired from U.S. Steel, Pittsburgh, PA. He was an avid golfer of 72 years.

He was preceded in death by his parents, John and Margaret Kosar Savko; and a granddaughter, Heather Azure Savko.

Ministry: Bereavement

2011 Festival of Faiths Sacred Air: Breath of Life - November 2nd - 7th

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2011 Festival of Faiths Sacred Air: Breath of Life

November 2nd - 7th, 2011

Have you decided which Festival events you’ll be attending? Unless otherwise noted, all events will be held at The Henry Clay Building, 604 South Third Street. For more information on specific events, click here.

A Stewardship Message from PPC President, Chuck Sgro

This message was delivered at all masses on October 22-23, 2011 as part of our annual Stewardship campaign.

ChuckI am Chuck Sgro, currently serving you as Chairman of the PPC. I need to talk to you about a situation that will have an effect on all of us, long term.

The Community of Epiphany is facing a $69,377.00 shortfall in our current fiscal year budget and we need your help. This past May, after weeks of evaluation and preparation, the Parish Council passed a deficit budget. This means we are expecting our expenses to operate from July 1, 2011 to June 30, 2012 to be higher than our anticipated income.

Passing a deficit budget is unusual, and in fact has only happened one other time in our 40 year history. After many meetings, deliberations and discernment, it was the consensus of all of your Leadership, including Staff, Members of the Finance and Administration Committee and the PPC Members that we should pass the budget with its shortfall and then address this with the Community of Epiphany and ask you to take the appropriate corrective action.

Ministry: Stewardship

EPIPHANY HOUSE LANDSCAPING

The following is another item in our Epigram series of articles.

Epiphany HouseEPIPHANY HOUSE LANDSCAPING

By Judy Webber

Now that the weather has become co-operative, the improved landscaping in front of Epiphany House is nearing completion. Martha Stuber, Business Manager, advises that Betsy Smith, parishioner and landscape architect, provided the design. Bob Overberg and the staff maintenance crew of Ray Hilbert and Bob Clickner have done much of the work.

The two large black urns that were in the middle of the grassy circle have been moved closer to the house to accentuate the entry way. The existing trees remain on each side of the porch proper.

Ministry: Epigram

Electronics Collection

HandsWhat: Electronics Collection
When: October 22, 2011 (Saturday)
Time: 1:00 to 5:30 PM
Where: Community Center

Environmental Concerns will be sponsoring an electronics collection Saturday, October 22nd from 1:00 to 5:30 PM.

Electronics Collection scheduled for Saturday, October 22, 2011

RecycleEnvironmental Concerns will be sponsoring an electronics collection Saturday, October 22nd from 1:00 to 5:30 P.M.

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