January 5, 2020 Today, on this Epiphany Sunday, we read of the epiphany given to the wise men long ago, and we’re invited to contemplate right along with it the epiphanies of our own lives. Epiphany comes almost straight from the Greek – epi means “on” or “upon” and phaneros means “visible” or “manifest;” so an epiphany is an experience where we have the sense that a deep truth is being revealed to us, or shown to us. Epiphanies come in many forms; they can be rather sudden light bulb moments of clarity, and they can be gradual, truths that come to us over time as we journey through life and wrestle actively with how we are being called to live.   

You can read the full sermon here.