The church celebrates Epiphany on January 6th each year, twelve days after Christmas Day. On Epiphany, we recall the arrival of the wise men to visit the newborn baby Jesus. The season of Epiphany stretches out from January 6th until the beginning of Lent. The season varies in length because the date of Easter changes yearly. Epiphany might be as long as nine weeks or as short as four weeks. Epiphany reminds us that Christmas is just the beginning of the story. It explores the various manifestations, or “epiphanies,” of Jesus’ divinity.
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