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Epiphany Episcopal Chicago

Epiphany is a vibrant, growing community of faith serving the Near
West Side. We are a multi-faceted diversity of God's People living and
working in this crossroad of four very different Chicago neighborhoods.
We worship, serve, and thrive in a broad cross section of economic
status, race, ethnicity, national origin, education, sexual
orientation, gender identification, and age in this rapidly changing
urban intersection.

Because God has made of
one blood all peoples of the earth (Acts 17:26), and Christ instructed
us to love God and neighbor (Mt. 22:37-40), doing for others as we
would do for him (Mt. 25:31-40), we have in the last 15 months
re-focused our worship, mission, and ministry to look outward beyond
ourselves and our walls. To that end, we worship twice weekly in many
settings inside and outside our building.

A
great example of our new spirit is this past summer's collaboration
with the Mexican Consulate and the United States Department of
Agriculture to provide a summer feeding site. Meigan+, Bishop's
Committee members Renee Mandeldove and Audrey Howard-Davis, and Consul
Selene Barcelo created a community partnership involving 5
organizations and providing 21,650 meals over 11 weeks, operating in
our parish house. Television coverage and newspaper articles about our
missionary service to God's children have brought newcomers to
Epiphany! We will again be a host site for this coming summer. If you
would like to get involved with this worthwhile cause, please don't
hesitate to contact us!

Another
good example of our new spirit is last summer's project to transform
the abandoned playground in front of 211 S. Ashland into a garden for
our whole community. Under the leadership of Meigan Cameron+, the
parish obtained extraordinarily generous donations of plants, trees,
and landscaping design services. With the hard work of the parish
members and friends, the lot was cleared and completely replanted. This
year, despite the drought, the garden has flourished with the work of
the parish and men of Higgins House. The garden, with its great old
mulberry tree, now offers a welcoming, shady neighborhood gathering
spot and has been a gateway for new members. To see what's been going
on recently in the garden and elsewhere around the congregation, click here.

Upcoming events @ Epiphany Episcopal Chicago

ArtistDate
Jason Roebke, Josh Berman, Brian LabyczFriday, June 6, 2008 - 9:00pm
Jason Roebke, Josh Berman, Brian LabyczSaturday, June 7, 2008 - 9:00pm
Jason Roebke, Josh Berman, Brian LabyczSunday, June 8, 2008 - 9:00pm

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