I know that Taylor kind of dreads having to write Valentine letters each year, but this tradition never fails to be a really sweet night in our house for all of us. We set a fancy table, get dressed up, and make a meal that's a bit different than the usual fare. I usually have a few lumps in my throat through the evening, and I always end the night with a full heart. um- this is something I will never be able to do in the kitchen!
Epiphany 2021 On January 6 we celebrate Epiphany, a day where we celebrate the arrival of the three Wise Men who traveled to see the Christ child in Bethlehem. During the season of Epiphany, we celebrate the various manifestations, or "epiphanies," of Jesus' divinity. It is a time to reflect on the many ways that God’s Love and Light, born into the world at Christmas, continues to manifest in our lives—in both the ordinary moments and the extraordinary moments. - Epiphany booklet and liturgy from St. Augustine's Church in Nashville O God Among Us, Might we trust in you as we learn to walk in the dark. Might we step out in faith and follow stars. Might we use our gifts to love you and serve our community. Might we embrace the journey and travel in love. Amen. - Epiphany booklet and liturgy from St. Augustine's Church in Nashville “We’re all Magi, visitors bearing gifts to other people’s homes, and we’re all the Holy Family who received the visitors.