Check our Upcoming Events page on the menu..
Services: Online and In-Person
Held at Epiphany Lutheran Church
9122 Sybert Dr
Ellicott City, MD 21043

Office: 3525 Ellicott Mills Drive, Suite A
Ellicott City, MD 21043
Courthouse Square Office Complex

Sunday Service “Rest is Resistance, Can I Get an Amen?”

All are welcome to join us for worship Sundays at 11:00 AM. The service will be multi-platform, both in-person and streamed onto Zoom.  A recording will be available on the church’s YouTube channel no later than the following Tuesday.

“Rest is Resistance, Can I Get an Amen?” – a sermon by rev. emilie boggis, with worship associate Pam El-Dinary

As we approach Juneteenth, a celebration of emancipation from slavery in the United States, we explore the Rest as Resistance movement led by visionaries like Tricia Hersey (aka The Nap Bishop). “What people aren’t expecting,Tricia says, is that she is calling you to resist grind culture. Full stop. She not only hands you a blanket. She also hands you a metaphorical flamethrower so that you can burn the culture of grind to the ground. Rest is, in fact, resistance. And she is calling on all of us to join together and resist…” 

This week’s sermon comes from the June Soul Matters worship packet and was written by rev. emilie boggis. After serving a Unitarian Universalist congregation for 18 years, emilie now works for LeaderWise who support health and vitality for leaders in service. She still considers her work ministry, as she accompanies clergy, congregations, and mission-based non-profits through times of visioning and crisis. 

Click this Link on Sunday to Access Zoom Worship.

For those who already have the Zoom Id for this event,  please note that passwords are required for dialing in and you should read the Minister’s emails or the weekly Channing email news, which will include the necessary information.

Please write to for a zoom id for access to this service.  We would appreciate your name, email address and (if you plan to dial in) the last 4 digits of your phone number.    This will help us keep a safe and secure online service.    We would appreciate requests a day ahead, though we will do our best to respond to all who wish to be a part of our service.   Thank you for your interest and we look forward to seeing you.