All Worship Service Gatherings are Canceled Until Further Notice 

Due to COVID-19 Outbreak

 

Sunday 10am Worship Services and Wednesday Night Lenten Services are available on Facebook (Epiphany Lutheran Rock Hill) and/or below for viewing: 


Sunday, April 5, 2020 ‚Äď Palm Sunday 9:00am Worship Service Epiphany Lutheran Church, Rock Hill, SC

PREPARING FOR WORSHIP: Suggestions for Preparing a Sacred Space in Your Home- You are invited to create a space on a table to set a candle that can be lit at the beginning of the worship time. A bowl of water (to represent a symbol of baptism) may also be set on the table. A cross may also be placed next to these items. PALM SUNDAY, APRIL 5 - You are asked to get a small leafy branch (1-2 feet in length) from your yard. If you don't have any trees or branches, a twig with leaves from a bush will be fine. We will use this to represent the palm branches that are used as part of the Blessing of the Palms at the beginning of the service. It will also be helpful for you to download and print the bulletin or refer to it on your cell phone, in order for you to follow along and participate in the reading of the Passion of Christ our Lord according to the Gospel of Matthew.

 

CLICK BELOW FOR LINK TO DOWNLOAD BULLETIN: 

https://unite-production.s3.amazonaws.com/tenants/epiphany-rockhill/attachments/235758/04-05-2020-LIVESTREAM-10am-Word.docx

CLICK HERE FOR LINK IN HOW TO MAKE YOUR OFFERING   http://www.epiphany-rockhill.org/giving-made-easy

 

Hymns and liturgy reprinted and livestreamed with permission under Onelicense.net  #A-707347 and Augsburg Fortress Liturgies Annual License #2621.  The following hymns are being sung: All Glory, Laud and Honor (Public Domain); What Wondrous Love is This (Public Domain); Were You There (Public Domain); and Beneath the Cross (Public Domain). A Celtic Creed is reproduced from the Iona Abbey Worship Book; Wild Goose Publications (Iona, Scotland)1991; p.38.

 

April 1, 2020, Wednesday Night Lenten Prayer Service, at Epiphany Lutheran Church, Rock Hill, SC

The message is adapted from 40 Days of Giving ELCA World Hunger, 2020 Lenten Study Guide Resource. 

The following is sung during the service: Joyous Light, Litany and Prayers, and Final Blessing from Holden Evening Prayer Service; Marty Haugen, GIA Publications, Inc., 7404 S. Mason Ave., Chicago, IL 60638. www.giamusic.com. 800.442.3358.  Recorded with permission under OneLicense #A-797347.  All rights reserved. 

 

Sunday, March 22, 2020 - Fourth Sunday of Lent Worship Service

 

Our Regular Worship Schedule 

(when not under CDC Restrictions Due to COVID-19 Outbreak) 

First Sundays - 10:00am Worship Service

                                                    Other Sundays - 8am and 10:30am Worship Services

 

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Each Sunday we worship in the spirit of God's encompassing love and forgiveness, available to all people. It is in this spirit that we welcome all persons to our fellowship. As we worship together, we hope all hearts and minds will open to the spirit of God's grace, love, and forgiveness that comes through Word and Sacrament.  In accepting God's love and forgiveness, we join together around God's Table of Grace as one people, each week, receiving God's all embracing love for us. You are invited to join us for this feast of love -- Holy Communion.

 We use a "worshipper friendly" bulletin, with most of the service printed, to ensure that all worshippers feel comfortable with our liturgy and order of service.

What to expect if you worship with us...  We are structured, for worship, service, and fellowship in a relational understanding of church.  There are all age groups at Epiphany, with all ages participating in the leadership of worship.    Epiphany has become known as a place of relational comfort and peace with God and other worshippers.  If you choose to visit us, you are encouraged to visit with us for at least 4 - 6 weeks in order to have a clearer undersanding of who we are and how we seek to change our corner of the world.   We believe Epiphany is a different church for a different world. Service Gatherings are Canceled Until Further Notice 

Due to COVID-19 Outbreak

 

Sunday 10am Worship Services and Wednesday Night Lenten Services are available on Facebook (Epiphany Lutheran Rock Hill) and/or below for viewing: 


Sunday, April 5, 2020 ‚Äď Palm Sunday 9:00am Worship Service Epiphany Lutheran Church, Rock Hill, SC

PREPARING FOR WORSHIP: Suggestions for Preparing a Sacred Space in Your Home- You are invited to create a space on a table to set a candle that can be lit at the beginning of the worship time. A bowl of water (to represent a symbol of baptism) may also be set on the table. A cross may also be placed next to these items. PALM SUNDAY, APRIL 5 - You are asked to get a small leafy branch (1-2 feet in length) from your yard. If you don't have any trees or branches, a twig with leaves from a bush will be fine. We will use this to represent the palm branches that are used as part of the Blessing of the Palms at the beginning of the service. It will also be helpful for you to download and print the bulletin or refer to it on your cell phone, in order for you to follow along and participate in the reading of the Passion of Christ our Lord according to the Gospel of Matthew.

 

CLICK BELOW FOR LINK TO DOWNLOAD BULLETIN: 

https://unite-production.s3.amazonaws.com/tenants/epiphany-rockhill/attachments/235758/04-05-2020-LIVESTREAM-10am-Word.docx

CLICK HERE FOR LINK IN HOW TO MAKE YOUR OFFERING   http://www.epiphany-rockhill.org/giving-made-easy

 

Hymns and liturgy reprinted and livestreamed with permission under Onelicense.net  #A-707347 and Augsburg Fortress Liturgies Annual License #2621.  The following hymns are being sung: All Glory, Laud and Honor (Public Domain); What Wondrous Love is This (Public Domain); Were You There (Public Domain); and Beneath the Cross (Public Domain). A Celtic Creed is reproduced from the Iona Abbey Worship Book; Wild Goose Publications (Iona, Scotland)1991; p.38.

 

April 1, 2020, Wednesday Night Lenten Prayer Service, at Epiphany Lutheran Church, Rock Hill, SC

The message is adapted from 40 Days of Giving ELCA World Hunger, 2020 Lenten Study Guide Resource. 

The following is sung during the service: Joyous Light, Litany and Prayers, and Final Blessing from Holden Evening Prayer Service; Marty Haugen, GIA Publications, Inc., 7404 S. Mason Ave., Chicago, IL 60638. www.giamusic.com. 800.442.3358.  Recorded with permission under OneLicense #A-797347.  All rights reserved. 

 

Sunday, March 22, 2020 - Fourth Sunday of Lent Worship Service

 

Our Regular Worship Schedule 

(when not under CDC Restrictions Due to COVID-19 Outbreak) 

First Sundays - 10:00am Worship Service

                                                    Other Sundays - 8am and 10:30am Worship Services

 

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Each Sunday we worship in the spirit of God's encompassing love and forgiveness, available to all people. It is in this spirit that we welcome all persons to our fellowship. As we worship together, we hope all hearts and minds will open to the spirit of God's grace, love, and forgiveness that comes through Word and Sacrament.  In accepting God's love and forgiveness, we join together around God's Table of Grace as one people, each week, receiving God's all embracing love for us. You are invited to join us for this feast of love -- Holy Communion.

 We use a "worshipper friendly" bulletin, with most of the service printed, to ensure that all worshippers feel comfortable with our liturgy and order of service.

What to expect if you worship with us...  We are structured, for worship, service, and fellowship in a relational understanding of church.  There are all age groups at Epiphany, with all ages participating in the leadership of worship.    Epiphany has become known as a place of relational comfort and peace with God and other worshippers.  If you choose to visit us, you are encouraged to visit with us for at least 4 - 6 weeks in order to have a clearer undersanding of who we are and how we seek to change our corner of the world.   We believe Epiphany is a different church for a different world.

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