On Wednesdays, starting October 18, we will be gathering in the Epiphany Chapel, at7pm, for a time of worship.  This time is called DOXA, which is a Greek word that originally meant "a common belief."  But the Greek translators of the Hebrew Scriptures came to use the same word for "glory."  This pared-down worship will be an opportunity to come together and practice some of the common beliefs of the Christian tradition, to reflect on them, to ground ourselves in them--to wrestle with them, if necessary.  But the goal will be to turn those beliefs into something that glorifies the One who is their object and source, the Author and Perfecter of our faith (Hebrews 12:2).  So, this mid-week hour will be rooted in prayer, singing, scripture, and sometimes Communion--things that give shape and structure to our beliefs--so that we can learn to glorify God, and reflect that glory in all that we do (Colossians 3:17). 

These worship times will be about 45 minutes.  They are meant as a midweek (re)orientation of our lives, to God.  No experience necessary.  All are welcome.  Come as you are!