How does your row grow?

Plant a Row

Take a picture of your tomato plant or other veggies that you are growing for the hungry (and gardener, if you wish!) and send it to Sister Larraine.

We’ll post it here on our website!

See our previous article with more information about Plant a Row.

Obituary for Janet M. Reiter

JanetJanet M. Reiter, 72, of Louisville, passed away Friday, June 10, 2011 at Golden Living Center in Vanceburg, KY.

She retired from the State Department Education and Vocational Rehabilitation, and was a private music teacher for many years.

Ministry: Bereavement

Spiritual Practices: Week of June 12, 2011

PentecostPentecost, 2011: Rekindling the Fire…Spreading the Spirit!

Pentecost Week: June 12-June 18, 2011

The Spirit is given not just to us individually, but to the community of believers. It is our choice and our commitment to become a community “animated by the Holy Spirit” – so each of us needs to tend the Spirit’s fire and share it “to the ends of the earth.” Christ in this weekend’s gospel connects forgiveness with the coming of the Spirit. Commissioned to forgive, we foster right relationships that open doors, allowing the peace of Christ to replace the fears and anger that stifle our connecting to one another.

Spiritual Practice:

Men'sWork: Eliminating Violence Against Women

men's Work logoWomen's Concerns has always tried to help to prevent Domestic Violence.  We are helping to promote the following activity: MensWork is promoting a Father's Day event on Monday, June 13, 2011 the Monday before Father's Day.

Obituary for Nelson Antonio Sainz Granda

Nelson Mr. Nelson Antonio Sainz Granda, age 81 of Louisville, formerly of Cuba passed away on Sunday, June 5, 2011 at his home surrounded by his loving family. He was a retired veterinarian. He was preceded in death by his parents, Francisco Sainz and Maria Granda, and brother Frank Sainz.

Ministry: Bereavement

Reflections on Sunday’s Mass: June 12, 2011

PentecostEaster Season 2011: Rekindling the Fire…Spreading the Spirit!

This Sunday is the Feast of Pentecost. The Spirit is given to us not just individually, but to the community of believers. It is our choice and our commitment to become a community “animated by the Holy Spirit” – so each of us needs to tend the Spirit’s fire and share it “to the ends of the earth.” Christ connects forgiveness with the coming of the Spirit. Commissioned to forgive, we foster right relationships that open doors, allowing the peace of Christ to replace the fears and anger that stifle our connecting to one another. How do you tend the Spirit’s fire within you? How are you aware of the Spirit’s presence in your family, workplace, church community? What gifts has the Spirit given you for benefit of all?

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Spiritual Practices: Week of June 5, 2011

Epi LogoEaster Season, 2011: Rekindling the Fire…Spreading the Spirit!

Seventh Week of Easter, June 5-June 11, 2011

Christ commissions his followers to go out to all the world. Celebrating Epiphany’s 40th anniversary, we re-affirm that, “We are a manifestation of God in our times ,” and, “Epiphany announces: God is here!” Because the Holy Spirit dwells within us, we become the beloved community, the presence of the risen Christ in the world. It is our choice and our commitment to become a community “animated by the Holy Spirit” – with each of us responsible for tending the Spirit’s fire and spreading the Spirit to all in need.

Spiritual Practice:

Bibletimes Marketplace coming in July – Signup Now

BibletimesWhat: Bibletimes Marketplace (Ecumenical Bible School)
When: July 11-15, 2011 (Monday through Friday)
Time: 9:00 AM to noon
Where: Epiphany campus

At Bibletimes Marketplace Epiphany is joined with Anchorage Presbyterian and St. Luke's Episcopal churches in an ecumenical, unique concept of vacation Bible school.

The children experience life in Bibletimes by dwelling in tents with their tribe family, participate by making crafts in the marketplace, learning songs and dances and having the Bible stories come alive by the storyteller. The children learn as they participate in the activities while having lots of fun!

Trivia Game Night . . .

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

Oh! What a Night of Friendly Competition!

On Friday evening, March 4, 2011, in the Community Center, Epiphany held one of its best social events in recent years -- the "Trivia Game Night". There was a total of 18 tables for this FUN, Competitive, Inter-generational night at Epiphany! From our Youth Group to our Sages and all ages in between.

Ministry: Epigram

Fun on the Farm

chickenAn opportunity to volunteer one or more evenings, 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. to support the Fun on the Farm program, funded by Epiphany’s Parish Grant!

The program will introduce Hispanic moms and children to an outdoor experience with crafts, horses, pigs, chickens, English and more on a La Grange farm.

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