Three-KingsJanuary 6 – The Epiphany – Come join us on the 12th Day of Christmas as the three kings arrive to see the Christ Child. Come join us for a potluck dinner in the parish hall at 6:30p.m. followed by a 7:30 service in the main church. Both the “B Sharp” and Parish Choirs will be singing, the church will be lit with hundreds of votives, and the choirs will join the congregation for this special service. Is there a baker in the house? Part of our Epiphany tradition is to serve a 3 Kings cake(s). As you may know, this cake is associated with Epiphany and the Christmas season and sometimes, also, as part of a Mardi Gras celebration. Normally, a plastic figurine of the baby Jesus is hidden inside the cake, and the finder of this figurine is the “King” of the feast. A bean or a foil wrapped coin can be used in place of this figurine. This cake(s) would be served as part of the Epiphany potluck dinner. Please contact Maggie Marshall (maggie@ccc.com) if you are able to help. Also needed are people to help set up tables for the potluck, so please come at 6p.m. if you are able to help.