Blessing of the Animals

Please join us for our annual blessing of the animals service April 28 at 2 PM. All leashed or crated pets welcome. Our resident professional photographer will be set up in the Epiphany Memorial Hall from 1 PM on. 5X7 photos only $5.00. All proceeds this year going to St John Ambulance Therapy Dog program. Receipts for income tax purposes will be issued for donations of $20 or more. A new feature this year will be our Gone but not Forgotten list for our dearly departed pets. Contact Ron at rcstewart@rogers.com to get your beloved on the list, or sign up on arrival at the church.

This Week at Epiphany

This Week at Epiphany Sunday April 28

The flowers in the Sanctuary today are to the Glory of God and in loving memory of a dear mother Hannah Davis and sister Elizabeth Davis given by Lynn Davis.

Bible Readings Sunday April 28 (Liturgy of the Palms)

• Acts 5:27-32
• Psalm 118:14-29 or Psalm 150
• Revelation 1:4-8
• John 20:19-31

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

*Pet Blessing. St. John’s Therapy Dogs. Sunday April 28. 2:00 Bring your pets-All Welcome!! List of Loved Pets on the Rainbow Bridge at the back. $20 donation in Special envelope for a tax receipt. Pet Photos at 1:00 and on. The cost will be $5 for a 5 X 7

*Last chance for matching this Sunday!! Apportionment: Pretty App. Jar $$46.55 ($187.11 for matching) Our generous Matcher will match donations for March & April up to $500! Thank you! Thank you to those giving in your regular donations. (Jan and Feb $164.60)

* Craft Club. April 27. At 10.

*Brass Roots. April 27. St. James Westminster. 7:30 p.m. Tickets at the Door.

*Euchre/Crib Monday April 29. 12:45 start at 100

*Quilt. April 29. Last Monday this time. 7 P.m.

*Karaoke. Sat. May 4. $10 Baking Raffle. Sandra. No Licence.

*Bible Study. Tuesdays 10 am

*Manor Park (the Show). Sat. June 15. Mark your Calendar! Tickets Available.

*Yard Sale. Sat. May 25.

*Dark or Light MINT SMOOTHIES. $2

* KERNELS POPCORN! $2.50

*Food Cupboard. Butch. 519-615-9106.

* Draw: painting dolphins. $2 or 3- $5. Draw at Manor Park.

*Cans for Keanna.

*Used Batteries, folded Kleenex boxes.

*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

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.

TIJUANA 2 NITE

NEW YEAR’S EVE 2018

Quilt Raffle Winner

The winner of this years Quilt was Bruce Jackson. Bruce says he’s always cold when he gets to the church on Sunday Mornings, so he will leave the quilt here. He will use it to warm up before the service.

 

 

Joe Bowman

Joe Bowman was a long time parishioner at the Church of the Epiphany. He was known in the area as the Mayor of Manor Park. He owned a Variety Store on the corner of Wharncliffe Rd and Emery St. Joe was a very generous man. If someone needed food, but couldn’t afford to pay just then – no problem. Joe would give him what he needed. In reality Joe was the first food bank in the area, long before our church food bank. Joe was also a decorated war veteran. He was instrumental in forming the Manor and Highland Park War Restoration Committee when the cenotaph was vandalized beyond repair and had to be replaced. Back in 2011 Adam, Teresa’s son Adam interviewed Joe for a school project. Here is an audio file of that interview.