Come celebrate the end of the Christmas season and the start of Epiphany! We wil have King cake, learn about chalking your doorway, and other twelfth night traditions. Bring a dish to share and a picture of your home to be blessed.
Twelfth night is aptly named as it is the twelfth and final day of the official Christmas season. While we won’t have 12 drummers drumming, we wil have a fun evening together celebrating the end of Christmas and the beginning of Epiphany.
January 6 is the Feast of the Epiphany, sometimes called “Three Kings Day.” The Gospel of Matthew tells us this is the day the magi (“wise men” or “kings”) arrived in Bethlehem, guided by a star, bringing gifts of gold, frankincense, and myrrh to Jesus. In some cultures, January 6 is a large and festive day of presents, parades, and celebration. For al of us, Epiphany is an invitation to follow stars, listen to dreams, and step out of what we have always known.
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