Walking with Jesus: Epiphany


The season of Epiphany is all about the journey - it is a time when we get to Walk with Jesus and learn from him how it is to be a disciple.

It is a season of encouragement, wonder and risk taking with one goal: building up the kingdom of God!

As you explore these resources may you grow in love of God and neighbor so that others may see Jesus in your daily walk.


Epiphany Sunday Reflections

It is in the season of Epiphany that Jesus is made known in many exciting ways! This is when our Walk with Jesus becomes a journey of light, hope and on occasion one of taking risks for the Kingdom of God.

The scripture lessons for Epiphany Sunday are: Isaiah 60:1-6, Psalm 72: 1-7, 10-14, Ephesians 3:1-12, John 1:1-18, and Matthew 2:1-12

Reflections for this Sunday are written by: Darick Biondi, Joe Webb, and Jim McCune


Baptism of Christ Sunday Reflections

While ritual cleaning was a common practice, baptism took on a new meaning when Jesus was baptized by his cousin John on the river Jordan.

The scripture lessons for Baptism of Christ Sunday are: Isaiah 42:1-9, Psalm 29, Acts 10:34-43, Matthew 3:13-17

Read reflections written by: Kerry Bart, Randy Mitchell, and Shari Dawn Stilgenbauer


Second Sunday after the Epiphany Reflections

We experience Christ in new ways when we open ourselves to Walking with Jesus with eyes wide open. 

The scripture lessons for the Second Sunday of Epiphany are:
John 1:29-42Isaiah 49:1-7Psalm 40:1-111 Corinthians 1:1-9.

Read this weeks reflection written by Suzanne Quinn.


Third Sunday after the Epiphany Reflections

While Epiphany is considered 'Ordinary time' there is nothing ordinary about Jesus' time teaching his disciples the ways of the kingdom of God.

The lectionary readings for this Sunday are:
Isaiah 9:1-4Psalm 27:1, 4-91 Corinthians 1:10-18Matthew 4:12-23.

Read reflections written by: Sharmune Burgess, Ellis Conley and Greta Tyler


Fourth Sunday after the Epiphany Reflections

"Now when Jesus saw the crowds, he went up on a mountainside and sat down. His disciples came to him, and he began to teach them..."

And so begins what we call The Sermon on the Mount, the most famous sermon ever given. This week's lectionary passages are: Matthew 5:1-12, Micah 6:1-8, Psalm 15 and 1 Corinthians 1:18-31.

Follow this link for worship resources for this Sunday, the 4th Sunday of Epiphany, 2020.

Reflections this week are written by: Sarah Fletcher, Mike Linger, and Bart Thompson.


Fifth Sunday after the Epiphany Reflections

It is a season of encouragement, wonder and risk taking with one goal: building up the kingdom of God!

The lectionary readings this Sunday are: Isaiah 58:1-9a (9b-12)Psalm 112:1-91 Corinthians 2:1-12 (13-16), Matthew 5:13-20.

This week's reflection is written by: Rod Blanchard.


Sixth Sunday after the Epiphany Reflections

The lectionary readings from this Sunday are: Deuteronomy 30:15-20Psalm 119:1-81 Corinthians 3:1-9Matthew 5:21-37

Anita Farrell blesses us with pictures from the Holy Land as a form of lectio divina.


Transfiguration Sunday Reflections

Epiphany is winding down and the season of Lent begins on Wednesday, but first we have Transfiguration Sunday. 

The scripture lessons for this Sunday are: Exodus 24:12-18Psalm 2Psalm 992 Peter 1:16-21Matthew 17:1-9.

This week's reflection is written by: Ford Price and Joe & Judi Kenaston

Follow this link to explore resources and reflections for the season of Lent.