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The Bishop's Epiphany Message 2022
Aloha my dear Siblings in Christ Jesus,
Today, January 6, 2022, is both the Feast of the Epiphany of our Lord Jesus Christ and the first anniversary of the insurrection at the United States Capital. We are also fast approaching the second anniversary of the COVID pandemic as an international crisis.
The word “Epiphany” comes from the Greek epiphaneia, meaning “manifestation” or “appearance.” The word is used in 2 Timothy 1:9-10 to explain the believers’ relationship to God through Jesus Christ: “God is the one who saved and called us with a holy calling. This wasn’t based on what we have done, but it was based on his own purpose and grace that he gave us in Christ Jesus before time began. Now his grace is revealed through the appearance of our savior, Christ Jesus.
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Presiding Bishop Calls Nation to Wake From 'the Nightmare of January 6'
Following a January 6 Epiphany service at Church of the Epiphany in Washington, D.C., Presiding Bishop Michael Curry shared words of reflection and exhortation to the church and nation in a recorded message from the Lincoln Memorial.