Sunday, November 5 | 9:00 a.m. | 403 Main Street N
There will be no regular Worship Experience. Instead, anyone who wishes to join in should come ready to work!*
We’ll have several work projects that need to get done to prepare the space for a new season of reaching outsiders in our city. Some of the work will include going around town to pick up items that have been in storage, setting up chairs, and preparing guest experience and kids’ areas. We’re in the final stretch!
*(No childcare provided)
the moment we’ve all been waiting for…
Sunday, November 12 | 9:30 and 11 a.m .
After 588 days of being a portable church, November 12 will be the first Sunday in the new building! (We’re a little excited to have a home again.) Invite a friend!
As announced at the State of the Station in October, Millie Westerman (Manager of Operations) and Mary Sieckert (NextGen Pastor) will both be stepping down from their paid staff positions, effective November 1.
Each of them was offered to step into a new role in our new, scalable staffing structure, but they both felt God was calling them to do something different.
However, they won’t be going too far away. Millie is training and developing our new ministry coaches, and Mary is continuing to lead [e] babies, [e] kids, and [e] teens as the NextGen Coach.
Additionally, Wyatt Girton (Worship Leader) will be taking on a full-time staff position as the Worship Experience Pastor, effective November 1. He has been a part-time staff member since May 2015, but he has already been putting in enough work to be considered full-time.
God has continually blessed Epiphany Station with the leaders we’ve needed, and we trust He will continue to do so, even through transitions.