On Sunday January 6, join us for a special Medieval Epiphany worship experience.
In the West, Christians began celebrating the Epiphany in the 4th century, associating it with the visit of the Magi (the three kings) to Bethlehem.
According to the Gospel of Matthew, the three wise men – named Melchior, Caspar and Balthazar – followed the star of Bethlehem across the desert to meet the baby Jesus, offering gifts of gold, frankincense and myrrh. The gifts were symbolic of the importance of Jesus’ birth, the gold representing his royal standing; frankincense his divine birth; and myrrh his mortality.
You do not want to miss this special celebration as Giant Puppets tell the Epiphany story. Sunday, January 6 at Alive@9 or 11:20 AM