Drama, Music, Food, and Fun!

January 6, 2018
5:00 pm

photo of the 2009 Epiphany Pageant

“We three kings of Orient are…”

In the style of 12th Night Revelries St. John’s presents The Epiphany Pageant this Saturday, January 6, at 5:00 p.m.

Starring…you! We need Mary, Joseph, a baby Jesus and a toddler Jesus, shepherds, kings, soldiers, well, you know! And an audience!

Come at 5 and get a costume and a script, or settle in your seat to watch, sing, and celebrate the whole story of Christmas. (This is a play, not a worship service, so there is no communion or sermon). Appropriate for children and drama queens of all ages.

At about 6 p.m. we’ll go down to the Parish Hall. St. John’s is providing pizzas (meat-eaters, vegetarians, and gluten free folks all taken care of) and drinks. If you want to bring a side dish, salad (St. John’s will also provide salad dressings) or dessert, you may, but it is not necessary.

Don’t miss this last hurrah of Christmas!

Our new entrance is dedicated with joy!

All is quiet during the prelude.

The Children’s Choir waits on the new staircase.

The trumpet sounds! Joe Lill on trumpet, John W.W. Sherer on organ.

Bishop Jeffery Lee blesses the new lift!

And St. Nicholas pays a visit with bags of treats!

The older children get asked, “What is your hope for the world?”