“Well done, thy good and faithful servant”
Our small staff is dedicated to work alongside the many volunteers in our congregation to ensure all of our day-to-day activities run smoothly.
Please join us in this new beginning, celebrating the eucharist together as Lutherans and Episcopalians, here at Christ the King – Epiphany church. Refreshments to the served.
Just a brief note to express my gratitude for the incredibly warm welcome you gave to Tricia and me the first weekend of June at both Saturday’s “meet and greet” and then again after Sunday’s service and election. It was a wonderful and affirming weekend, and I felt the Spirit moving powerfully among us.
I feel great excitement at the prospect of starting our ministry together (which happens officially on August 16th). My sense is that getting to know one another will be a joy, and that working together to discern what God is calling us to do will be rewarding. As well, I look forward to becoming familiar with the community and discovering all that I have heard that Western Massachusetts has to offer. Our blessings overflow, don’t they?
I asked one of you (I’m sorry – I don’t remember who!) what you call someone who lives in Massachusetts. The answer was: Just say “New Englanders.” Please continue to pray for me and my family as we prepare to start our life anew as New Englanders. And know that I am praying for you: that God continue to bless you and also to give grace to us as we embark on this new chapter in our journey of faith together.
Blessings and Peace –
Dawn joined Christ the King-Epiphany as our parish administrator in September 2019. She comes to us from the U.S. Postal Service where she retired from in 2018 after a thirty-five-year career. She lives in Sixteen Acres with her family. Dawn is usually in the church office Monday through Wednesday 8:45 a.m. to 1:45 p.m. and will be available by phone and email during those hours. She is the one who greets you in the office and on the phone at 413-596-3045. You can also email email@example.com.