The 6th January is the ancient Feast of the Epiphany of our Lord and we celebrate the Sundays between the Ephipany and Ash Wednesday as 'Sundays of the Epiphany'.
Epiphany means, 'manifestation', 'revealing', 'showing forth'. When his parents presented Jesus at the Temple, Simeon called him a "Light to the Gentiles" and the "Glory of Israel". When Jesus was baptised, he was revealed as God's beloved Son, with whom God was well pleased. Read more …
St Philip's Produce and Pre-Loved Goods Market
Saturday 21 March 2015, 10 to 2pm. Read more …
William Morris. The Baptism of Christ. Stained glass, Trinity Episcopal Church, Saugerties, New York. The Baptism of Jesus is celebrated on the first Sunday after Epiphany.