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Thinking about your formation offerings for the season of Epiphany, January 6th through Ash Wednesday?
Realistically, you’re probably focusing on Advent and preparations for Christmas. But when you’re ready, here’s two Epiphany offerings from The Episcopal Church for the Epiphany season.
Episcopal Migration Ministries’ Epiphany Curriculum
In Epiphany we remember the Holy Family’s flight to Egypt to escape Herod’s massacre. Episcopal Migration Ministries is offering a five-lesson Epiphany Curriculum that lifts up the experience of refugees and immigrants. The lessons are designed to work for congregations, small groups, or individuals.
The Good Book Club: Read Romans together
In Lent and Easter of 2018, tens of thousands of Episcopalians joined the Good Book Club to read the Gospel of Luke and the Book of Acts together. Now in Epiphany 2019, we’ll tackle Paul’s letter to the Romans—Good Book Club participants’ first choice.
We’ll start on January 7th with the first of 50 daily readings from Romans, wrapping up on Shrove Tuesday, March 5th. Additional resources will include live online Bible studies from ChurchNext.
Learn more about the Good Book Club and sign up for daily readings>