This Week at Epiphany

This Week at Epiphany Sunday Sep 15

The flowers in the Sanctuary today are to the Glory of God and in loving memory of special parents Glenn and Betty Whittington, and sister Susan, given by Mary-Liz and Joe Whalls.

Bible Readings Sunday Sep 15

We are completely accessible with an elevator and two accessible washrooms.

The Little Church that Cares
www.thechurchofepiphany.com

Contact: Rev. Teresa Corrigan

email: teresacorrigan1@gmail.com

phone: 519-671-0577 [cell]

The Church phone is unmonitored. Please feel free to leave a message and we’ll get back to you. 519 432 2837

 

Announcements from Rev Teresa 

*Spaghetti Dinner & Silent Auction.  Sat. September 14. 5 till 7.  $15 all inclusive.  Salad.  Homemade Brownie Dessert.  Tea, Coffee. Invite friends and family.  Help needed!! Judy and Bob for Tickets.  226-378-1250.  Tickets are helpful so we know how many to cook for. But can pay at the door. Thank you.

*Silent Auction items to Sandy Winterton ASAP.  You can email her at madaboutcows@rogers.com   Let her know if your item is a food item, to be brought the day of the Auction.  All other items she would prefer to have before the Auction, so she can organize them and keep them all together.  Thank you.

*Tea and Talk.  2nd Thursday.  This Thursday Sept. 12  1 p.m.  Potluck lunch.

*Cenotaph Meeting.  Tues. Sept. 17.

*Thank  you  Rev. Peter. for Preaching Sunday Sept. 15.  (The second Sunday.) 

*Fundraising Catalogues.

*Sandra has beautiful unique hand made cards.  From Kleenex boxes. $2.  50% for the church.

*August: Thank you to everyone who continues with their envelopes.  Our expenses go on the same.  Back to church Sunday September 8. Norcard/DFS catalogues. Remember Potluck.

*Quilt Last Tues. 7 p.m.till 9.  Bring your sewing machine, scisors, and seam ripper.  Thank you Carol D.

*Food Cupboard.   Butch. 519-615-9106. The cupboard is low.  How about bringing a donation for start up Sunday.

*Craft Club.  3rd Saturday  Sept 21 wreathes.  October 19 choc. sleighs

* Apportionment: Pretty App.  Jar 612.25) Thank you to those giving in your regular donations. We are half through the year and half paid on the apportionment.  We owe $8000.  Keep up our good work!

*Yard and Bake Sale. September 28. 

*Bible Study.  Sept. 17  Revelation.  Potluck.Tuesdays 10 am

*MINT SMOOTHIES $2  *Used Batteries *Folded Kleenex boxes.*Pop Cans for Keanna-See Keanna’s thank you poster.

*Euchre/Crib. Last Monday.  September 30. 

*Thanksgiving.  Sun. October 13.

*There are three ways to contribute at Epiphany : Prayer for the church; Help at events; donations if possible. Our Lord knows us.

*Thank you for your generous love of Epiphany. 

Our Church does much good, quietly, without fanfare. 

 Let’s all keep up our Good Work!

* Email Reminders: teresacorrigan1@gmail.com

*The Church Website http://www.thechurchofepiphany.com/

* Please Like Our PAGE on Facebook.

We Will Remember

The We Will Remember concert Sunday November 11 was a great success. A huge thank you to Stephen for all his work putting on the concert. As anyone there will tell you it was simply amazing. There were historical newspaper reports, beautiful music, great vocals featuring Paul Grambo and Katie Clarke, an historical piece written by Adam featuring Elsie Perrin Williams and her husband. It was a fantastic show and it raised almost $1700. Thank you very much to Stephen and crew.

The morning before the concert I met John who had come by to pay his respects at our cenotaph. John is a radio host at CHRW and when he learned about our upcoming concert suggested that he could record it and play it on the radio.

John showed up with all his gear and recorded the We Will Remember concert

Here is the link to the podcast.

http://justatinker.com/RFL/RFL-121118.html?fbclid=IwAR2cIaNQRFsW4-tMssE0W-lCggQVVjy4sdKiC_AW_2b6tIO9lCKmjx6M0VA

For those of you unable to attend the concert, please have a listen. Once again it was a great concert. Thank you! Thank you! Thank You! Stephen

Thank you also to John for putting the concert over the airwaves and providing us with this podcast.    Thank you John!!!

Afghanistan Project

The Manor and Highland Park Cenotaph sits on church property at the corner of Holborn Ave and Briscoe St. This year the committee overseeing the Cenotaph has upgraded the monument with an Afghanistan Memorial tribute. The WW1 soldier was lifted off the monument. The old granite base was removed and then replaced with a new larger granite block. The new block was inscribed with the following:

The official unveiling has taken place during our Service of Dedication October 27, 2018. Donations to this memorial project may still be made to Church of the Epiphany Memorial Fund – Afghanistan.

Please watch the You Tube video.

 

Thank you!!

 

 

Cans for Keanna

Don’t throw out that aluminum. Save it and bring it to Epiphany. Crush it down first if you are able.

 

Hilda’s Granddaughter  in Youtube video

Here’s a post you all want to read. Hilda’s granddaughter was recently competing the World Karate Competitions in Ireland and caught the eye of up and coming rock star songstress KT Tunstall. KT was so impressed she reshot her Video Human Being featuring Hilda’s granddaughter doing a nunchuks demonstration. Very Cool.

Here’s the link

KT Tunstall Captures Youthful ‘Punk Spirit’ in New ‘Human Being’ Video

All Saints – Safe Home

 

All Saints

At the firehall three bells indicates all safe home. At Epiphany on all saints day we ring our bell as each name on our All Saints list is read. When everyone’s name has been read we ring the bell three times to indicate all safe home.

Here is our All Saints List

Rae Whittington

Stan Whittington

Catherine Whittington

Billy Whittington

Barb and Ross Turner

Bill and Mary Whale

Les and Ethel Whittington

Robert and Marjorie Williams

Robert Williams

Lindsay Williams

James and Susan Whittington

Burt and Goldie Black

Russ Bell

Jack Davies

Ken O’Liari

Eleanor O’Liari

Keith Lindsay

Gerald, Doug, Robert

Randy and Ricky Gillan

Leo and Catherine Corrigan Patrick Corrigan

Diane Buie

Ben and Gert Smallman

Stew and Molly Tack

Helen Jamieson

Don McColl

Cameron and Jean Stewart

Douglas Stewart

Marion Lyons

Melba and Tony Zanni

Glenn Whittington

Betty Whittington

Susan Christensen

Janet Whalls

Fred and Janet Haskell

Laura Freeman

Mary, John and David Sylvester

George and Delores Walker

Bob Bonnell

Ernie, Thelma, Bill and Helen Brereton

Theo Joyes

Annie and Howard Aldington

Vic Thompson

Kathy Roedding

Tracy Aldington

Keith and Doreen Winterton

Bert and Mabel Winterton

John and Alta Wilson

Florence and Bill Brock

Ellen Brereton

Joe Bowman

Cliff Varey

Ted Varey

Peter Scott

Jean-Pierre Tremblay

Daniel and Helen Bonner

Florence and Willis Ball

Ev Sweet

Robert “Bob” Cyril England

Phyllis Mennell

Joyce Gillan

Donald Hawkins

June Ball

Dianne Walker Barfett

Lisa Aldington

Raymona Joyes

Raymona Joyes

JOYES, Raymona

At her home in London, Raymona passed away on June 29, 2019. She was in her 90th year. Beloved wife of Theo “Curly” Joyes. Mother of Shelley, George and Raymond. Grandmother to Alyssa and Chrissy. A Celebration of Raymona’s Life will be held on August 10, 2019 at the parish hall of The Church of the Epiphany, 11 Briscoe St. W., London, ON from 2-5 p.m. Cremation has taken place and the date of the interment will be announced. Online condolences may be left at www.woodlandcemetery.ca.

Jeremy Smith at Epiphany

Well, the concert is over and it was great. Jeremy Smith not only sings like John Denver, he looks like John Denver. For all you John Denver fans out there not attending today, you missed a great show. Stay tuned though. We may have him back.

 

Manor Park – Olde Tyme Variety Show

The Manor Park Evening Post

An Old Time Variety Show

of Song, Story, Antics

Hosted by Adam Corrigan Holowitz

Music by Stephen Holowitz

Featuring: Katy Clark, Paul Grambo, Kydra Ryan –

Guest appearances by our Epiphany poets Ron and Jan

Adam writes:

The warmth of a kitchen party mixed with the fun of an old time variety show in the heart of the neighborhood of Manor Park. The night will feature a brand new story from Manor Park, a great assortment of music performed by Stephen Holowitz on piano and vocalists Paul Grambo and Katy Clark. Plus another instalment of Lucky Thinnorth, checking in on where the Volgaborg is, the By the Pound Give Away and many more delights that the writers are busily coming up with!

And it was true! What a night! An amazing show of music and comedy. Songs and stories – Stories about The Coves own Ogo Pogo, the adventures of Lucky Thinnorth, and a Manor Park couple’s amazing and exciting adventure at a modern Farm style marriage ceremony. And of course where would we be without an update on the Volgaborg. I’m a bit reluctant to talk about this, but I really enjoyed the three sketches about Alvin the Clumsy Tailor.

The music was great! Paul Grambo with his amazing baritone voice  was not to be undone by Katy Clark’s beautiful soprano tones, and the two of them together in “Lets Call the Whole Thing Off was breathtaking.

The sketches by Adam, Kydra, Paul and Katy were beyond humorous. Actually they were downright belly aching funny.

Thank you Adam, Stephen, Paul S, Paul G, Kydra, and Katy for another wonderful evening.

For those of you who missed the show this year, you can listen to a rebroadcast Sunday (Jun 16) midnight on Radio Western CHRW 94.9 on the FM dial. Here’s a few photos of the show.

 

LISA ALDINGTON

THANK YOU FOR LISA

The family of Lisa wishes to thank our relatives, friends, neighbours and co-workers for the thoughtful acts of kindness through cards, floral arrangements, food and memorial donations in memory of a wonderful daughter, niece, cousin and friend. A special thanks to all paramedics, firefighters, doctors and nurses for their compassionate care. A special thanks to Rev. Teresa Corrigan and our church family for their support and beautiful lunch.

Bob, Linda, & Christine

ALDINGTON, Lisa Lynn
May 15, 1980 – May 11, 2019

We are heartbroken to announce the passing of our daughter Lisa on May 11, 2019 after a brief illness. Survived by parents Bob and Linda and sister Christine, aunts, uncles and cousins. Family and friends will be received at the Church of the Epiphany, 11 Bristol St. West, London, ON, N6J 1L9 on Friday, May 17, 2019 from 10 a.m. until the time of the service to celebrate Lisa’s life at 11 a.m. Cremation has taken place. In lieu of flowers, donations to the memorial fund of the Church of the Epiphany would be appreciated.

For information and online condolences, please visit
www.woodlandcemetery.ca

 On Friday May 17 a service of remembrance was held at  the Church of the Epiphany. Our little church was full to the rafters with friends, relatives and co-workers. Rev Teresa led us through a beautiful memorial much appreciated by all. It was a very appropriate and proper send off for our friend Lisa.

Gardening Day at Epiphany

Tuesday (May 28) was gardening day at Epiphany. Many exotic plants were selected and planted under the careful guidance of Sonia, our master gardener. Looks Good Sonia!

 

The mulch has arrived!

Our Gardener!

 

Dolphin Painting Raffle

The lucky winner of the Dolphin Painting was Bette Cunningham. Here she is receiving her prize from Hilda. Congratulations Bette.

 

Blessing of the Animals

The little church that cares held our annual blessing of the animals service April 28 at 2 PM. The event was well attended with approximately 20 dogs and one very brave cat in attendance. Several of the humans who also attended the event took advantage of our professional photographer Dianne’s portrait service. Volunteers from Saint John Ambulance told the gathering personal stories on how their therapy dogs made a difference in someone’s life. All proceeds this year went to the Saint John Ambulance Therapy Dog program. A preliminary estimate of donations received was just under $300 with more to come. The service was beautiful in the Church of the Epiphany way, beautiful meaningful service, beautiful surroundings, and beautiful music. The music again this year was provided by Stephen Holowitz. Julianne a student at Lucas High School showed us her amazing voice in a moving rendition of Somewhere Over the Rainbow. This was followed by the reading of the Rainbow Bridge story, which brought forth many happy memories and quite a few tears (even to the reader). The new feature this year the solemn reading of our Gone but not Forgotten list for our dearly departed pets was very well received (not a dry eye in the house). Thank you to Rev Teresa, Steve Holowitz, Julianne and all the St John Ambulance Therapy dog volunteers for a wonderful afternoon.

Here’s a few more pictures

World Day of Prayer at Epiphany

On Friday March first we celebrated the women of Slovenia with Westmount Presbyterian, Westview Baptist, St. John The Devine (RC), and Mount Zion United. The service was put together and run capably by our own Judy Caley. Thanks Judy.