Children and Family Epiphany Procession
1/6 @ 10:30 am - 11:30 am
January 6 is day number twelve after Christmas (cue singing of the twelve days of Christmas). On January 6, the church celebrates a holiday called Epiphany, remembering when God appeared as baby Jesus to the kings (also called the wise men or Magi). These kings traveled from “the east” following yonder star that pointed the way to Bethlehem. Read Matthew 2:1–12 to hear the familiar story again. This year, the January 6 celebration of Epiphany falls on a Sunday, which means we want to celebrate. At 10:30 a.m. during worship we will have an “Epiphany Procession.” All children and families will be invited gather ahead of time together to walk into the church with the choir, carrying our Epiphany star-banner and singing “We Three Kings of Orient Are.” We invite everyone of all ages to wear their sparkling or star-adorned outfits, or crowns/tiaras if you have them. We hope you can join us for this warm and beautiful moment together in worship.