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Epiphany — Guest Post, Rev. Holly Morrison

Sometimes the guest post is absolutely the best post. This is from Holly Morrison, pastor, Phippsburg UCC, Phippsburg, Maine. Blessed Epiphany to you!   EPIPHANY When Sunday comes, the children walk down the red-carpeted aisle with me, past the stiff … Continue reading

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For Epiphany, a psalm, a prayer, stained glass

Susan Pratt’s new window for St. Joseph Roman Catholic Church in Northwood, New Hampshire. Maria Mankin has written this weeks Living Psalm for UCC WorshipWays service. The Living Psalms series brings the weekly lectionary Psalm selections into a contemporary dialogue. … Continue reading

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A preacher’s morning thought (epiphany)

I am getting my starlight on to go preach, settling it on my shoulders, and somewhere between lamplighters in Victorian England and the LED displays of some football stadium, I hope it sheds a little path-forward for just one person … Continue reading

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Epiphany: Reflections of Advent Hope, Peace, Joy, and Love — A Guest Post by Judy Brandon

  Before Advent I shaped an Advent Wreath ceremony without fire — to do the unexpected in Advent and also to honor the folks who have suffered so much from fire this year (in the autumn that was significantly in … Continue reading

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Let the season of Epiphany shine!

Not just a day, but a season. Yes, some of us are back in Ordinary time and green hangings, but the light of revelation is an ongoing blessing in these prayers by Catherine Smith. they were a wonderful gift to … Continue reading

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Epiphany poetry

Three poems for epiphany, each in very different moods — a scripture reflection, a story told me, a taste of my emotions. According to Matthew the star stopped, over the place where the child lay. But anyone who ever observed a star … Continue reading

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Getting a Jump on Epiphany

Todd Jenkins words shift our perceptions! Follow Todd’s poetry and photography here Was Jesus born on hospice care, propelled toward his earthly demise from the moment Mary and Joseph unwrapped the magi’s myrrh? Is that what incarnation – being in-the-flesh … Continue reading

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Light to the Nations — Epiphany News from Republic of Georgia

Often I post here news from the Republic of Georgia sent by Archbishop Malkhaz Songulashvili. This simple news story shared by him from Christmas day reminds me of the power of that small manger birth to change the world. Such … Continue reading

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Epiphany — From the Psalms to the Cloud

In the southern hemisphere, instead of heading into the often-dreaded dark days of northern hemisphere winter, (which have had an impact on Advent and Christmas hymnody) the blossoming of summer, long hours of sunshine and an exuberant atmosphere welcome the … Continue reading

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The story comes again … An Epiphany poem

The story comes again … an Epiphany poem It’s the story about the pregnant woman whose fiancé married her anyway and how they traveled together to the crowded city where an innkeeper offered a stable, and animals, legends say, their … Continue reading

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