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Summer is here, and we have much to be thankful for and much to look forward to! We are delighted to have had Pastor Russell with us now for several weeks! It has been a joy to begin working with him, as we get to know each other and look forward to ministry together here… Read more
May was an exciting time for our congregation. With great enthusiasm we welcomed Pastor Russell Peek on May 20th, Pentecost Sunday. On Trinity Sunday, May 27, we focused on Lutheran Services of the Carolinas. Betty Kuhn, Chief Development Officer of LSC, provided an interesting temple talk. The choir celebrated the day with a magnificent anthem,… Read more
The purpose of the Discipleship Committee is to provide opportunities for spiritual growth and faith formation for members and participants of all ages. It supports the various educational ministries of the congregation and encourages participation in programs of spiritual growth. It supports the Stewardship committee and promotes faithful Christian stewardship. The ministry teams of Discipleship… Read more
The Executive Committee of Epiphany Lutheran Church includes the Pastor (Pastor Russell), and the four officers of the congregation — President (Joe Middleton), Vice President (Julianne Golden), Secretary (Chris Shultz), and Treasurer (Marc Shideler). The purpose of the Executive Committee, as stated in the Constitution and Bylaws, is as follows: “To guide the work of… Read more
The Outreach Committee probably has the easiest time in explaining what the mission and purpose is of its committee. We promote and encourage the church and its members to reach outside of our own walls and share the love of Christ. So, a formal definition is: Outreach Committee Purpose: To encourage support of and involvement… Read more
It is a time of transitions for Epiphany. In April, we experienced the joy of Jesus’ resurrection and the beauty of the spring season. We also said “so long” to Pastors Doug and Beth and wished them well as they transition into retirement from active ministry. We want to especially thank everyone who made our… Read more
On April 22nd, following the Sunday worship service, we will have a potluck luncheon in the Fellowship Hall to bid Pastor Doug a fond farewell, and also wish him a happy, well-earned retirement. This will be our last Sunday with Pastor Doug (and Pastor Beth), so please join us for a celebratory send-off. Bring your favorite dish to… Read more