These resources should help to bring light to your celebration of Epiphany in the church or in the home.

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What's New for Epiphany

The Seekers Church is an intentional, inclusive Christian community in Washington, D.C. Their community life and liturgies are patterned after the Church of the Savior, also based in Washington. The Seekers Church website features a rich sampling of their creative liturgical work, all of it available for downloading, usage, and adaptation.

If you appreciate the Seekers Church liturgies but want to see what they would look like in an Episcopal context, check this Epiphany-themed Eucharistic rite, adapted by Stephanie Spellers.

The creative team at Children at Worship-Congregations in Bloom has contributed this set of dramatic presentations of scripture for Epiphany 4 and for the Last Sunday in Epiphany . This brief essay explains how the liturgists at Children at Worship approach the art of storytelling and bringing scripture alive for the whole congregation.

The Text This Week is a popular and seasonal, lectionary-based set of resources. While the name focuses on text, don't be fooled: it is filled with images, music and drama suggestions, sermon helps, and more. In particular, they offer carefully indexed seasonal art resources.

These seasonal liturgical resources from a black perspective — complete with freshly composed Calls to Worship, Invocations, Litanies and Gathering Meditations — come from the United Methodist Church's 21st Century Africana Liturgy Resources.

The Highland Shepherd, also known as Monsignor James Irvine of the Anglican Church of Canada, has culled this selection of texts, stories, and other resources celebrating the various Festivals of Light, including Advent, Christmas, and Epiphany.

The United Church of Christ offers several options for folks looking for seasonal liturgical resources:

This Epiphany skit comes from Deb Mechler, a pastor in the Reform Church in America.

Art to Heart's Worship Resource features visual art dedicated to Epiphany.

Anglicans around the world share their Epiphany worship practices in the Anglicans Online A-Z Resource Area.

Don't forget to check these denominational pages for seasonal resources:

Other Epiphany Resources

An Epiphany House Blessing comes from Anne O. Weatherholt, rector of St. Mark's Episcopal Church-Lappans in Boonsboro, Maryland.

If you're crafting services in a Spanish-speaking or bilingual congregation, these seasonal prefaces in Spanish from El Libro de Oración Común will prove useful.

Lutheran pastor Thomas Weitzel of Tampa, Florida, has created an Epiphany Directory to catalogue his many seasonal resources.

The United Methodist Church's Worship Office offers up a comprehensive directory of Epiphany resources.