Interim Rector's Invitation
Pentecost is often called the birthday of the church. To celebrate we are having a combined service of Holy Eucharist at
. Wear Red for this festive day.
Back by popular demand! We will have a hymn sing at
. Join the fun as we sing your favorites from the 1982 Hymnal and LEVAS.
Our Welcome Table programming goes on as usual with doors opening at
. Gospel Art, Bible Study, and NA all begin at
Please bring something to share for the picnic following the combined service. To help, please contact the parish office or email Elizabeth.
Two down . . . more opportunities to come!
Please join members of the Calling Committee to discuss our Parish Profile.
We've held two fellowship groups to date and there are three more scheduled for this Saturday May 7th - at
in Northwest DC,
in Alexandria and
in Southwest DC. Participants so far have called the experience "very valuable," "fun," "deepened my understanding of our fellowship and our parish." If you are not signed up yet, there are still slots available at all the groups
and there will be another opportunity at the church on
Saturday, May 7
Lee Tyner (weekday worshiper/Calling Committee member) will be hosting a brunch in NW DC
Bob Wallin and Bea Dermer will be hosting a wine and cheese gathering in Alexandria, VA
Sandi Ingram will be hosting a gathering in SW DC
Sunday, May 22
Following 11:00am service at the church
| Mission & Ministry
Being Christian: Coffee and Conversation
in the Dunlop Room
Gather to explore the essential elements of Christian life and life at Epiphany Parish. Open to all, especially those preparing for confirmation or baptism.
May 14- Cathedral Confirmations
Epiphany will be confirming Vivian Dandridge-Charles from our weekday worship services and John Walsh from our 11:00am service. We will be receiving Sol Hicks and reaffirming Ann Gordon, both from our 11:00am service.
Please join us at the Washington National Cathedral on
Saturday, May 14 at 10:00am
as we formally welcome these fellow pilgrims as members of our parish family. We hope to see you there.
On Sunday, May 8, Miriam Sohlberg will lead the Lesson on The Mystery of Pentecost. Children ages four through twelve are invited to share in this Mystery in the Godly Play room during the 11:00 service.
Fellowship and service can be found in all aspects of life at Epiphany.
To volunteer in worship, with Welcome Table programs, Street Church, the Tuesday Concert Series, contribution counters, or any other ministries contact the Parish Office. 202-347-2635. Explore the work of the people on our
Music & The Arts
Tuesday Concert Series
On May 10 at 12:10pm
, Jorge Amaral & Mia Pomerantz-Amaral, guitars, in an eclectic concert of Scarlatti and the music of Latin America.
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On May 17 at 12:10pm:
, violin, with a program of Purcell, Biber, and Piazolla. Mr. Simonds is the Principal Second Violin of the Louisville Orchestra and a member of the Cabrillo Festival of Contemporary Music in Santa Cruz, CA.
January-June 2016 Tuesday Concert Series
Upcoming Guest Performances
TONIGHT! May 5, 2016, 7:30pm- Let's Rock
Presented by Encore Creativity's Encore Rocks DC and Encore Rocks Glen Echo
More than 120 singers take the stage to present a concert featuring Rock classics including, "Bridge Over Troubled Water" and "Stairway to Heaven," as well as a medley of Rock & Roll "Oldies" and hits by Elvis and Frankie Valli.
May 12, 2016, 7:30pm- With A Song in My Heart
Presented by Encore Creativity's The Capital Encore Chorale
Encore: Creativity of Older Adults returns with a concert featuring the romantic music of Rodgers and Hart, blues favorites by Hoagy Carmichael and a medley from the Broadway show
Guys and Dolls.
May 15, 2016, 3:00pm- DC Concert Orchestra and DC Chamber Music Players
The afternoon's performance includes Beethoven's Fidelio Overture, Copeland's Our Town, Bizet's l'Arlesienne Suite No. 2, and Grieg's Symphonic Dances. For more information, please visit the DC Concert Orchestra
June 4, 2016, 3:00pm- A Taste of Italy and Virginia
Presented by the Washington Metropolitan Philharmonic
Donald Harrington, principal violist of the Philharmonic, will join WMP in a performance of Berlioz's symphony, Harold in Italy, written in 1834 shortly after Berlioz had spent several years in Italy. In addition, the Philharmonic will present From Time to Time, Fantasias on Two Appalachian Folksongs by last year's WMPA Composition Competition winner, Anthony Iannaconne. This delightful piece, based on two Appalachian folksongs, "Black Is the Color of My True Love's Hair" and "Shenandoah", is a buoyant and celebratory expression of hope for the 21st century. The Philharmonic will perform a piece by this year's WMPA composition competition winner.
Please note that all of Epiphany's guest artists and ensembles handle their own ticket sales. Please contact the respective individuals/ensembles for ticket sales and information pertaining to these concerts.
Learn more about musical events at Epiphany by visiting our website.
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