Happy Season of Epiphany, and welcome to St. Julian’s Episcopal Church. During Epiphany we remember three miracles – the baptism of Jesus and the voice from heaven giving approval, the wedding feast in Cana where ordinary water was turned into extraordinary wine; and finally, the star that led the Magi to Bethlehem. These miracles remind us that Jesus’ ministry has begun. They also foreshadow his death and resurrection, and how we are compelled to take up our crosses and follow him. Epiphany invites us to find the miraculous in the mundane, and to walk alongside Christ as a disciple. If you are looking for a church home, please consider St. Julian’s. As you peruse our website, I hope you will discover a thriving parish whose mission and ministry is to bring the light of Christ to those dark places in our world.
Important Dates and Upcoming Services for January & February
Jan. 17 – CANCELLED DUE TO WEATHER – The Confession of St. Peter (Transferred)
Jan. 25 – The Conversion of St. Paul (Transferred) Noonday Service
Feb. 2 – The Presentation of Jesus in the Temple – Candlemas – 7PM
Feb. 14 – Ash Wednesday – Noonday AND 7PM Service
Fr. Brandon’s recent sermons and blog postings can be found here.
The read St. Julian’s 2017 Annual Parish Report click here.
Our Mission Statement:
The mission of Saint Julian’s Episcopal Church is to use the talents and ministry of all its members to proclaim the Gospel; promote justice, peace, and love through our prayers and actions.
Saint Julian’s welcomes all to worship in a supportive community expressing God’s love and transforming lives to serve the world.