Epiphany concludes the Christmas season. It marks the visit of the magi, the Baptism of Jesus, and the first miracle at Cana and hence celebrates the Light being made known to the world.
Please join us in celebrating the Epiphany as a church family on Sunday, January 7 from 5 - 7 p.m. Come and feast on chili, conversation, connection with others, and warmth from the bonfire.
The celebration gets started with a chili dinner. All ages are welcome to compete in our popular chili cook-off. The categories are Best Hot Chili, Best Medium Chili, Best Mild Chili and Best Decorated Table. Each contestant determines which category to compete in – Hot, Medium or Mild. All contestants will automatically qualify to compete for the Best Decorated Table.
If you wish to provide chili for the celebration, but do not want to compete, please still sign up. We need 35 chilis total And if chili isn’t your thing, sign up to bring star-shaped cookies!
to sign up. The church will provide cheese and sour cream.
Christmas Trees & Bonfire
After chili, we move outside to our larger-than-life bonfire comprised of Christmas trees. Christmas trees can be dropped off on the church grounds near the fire pit any time before 3 p.m. on January 7.