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EPIPHANY, (Greek epiphaneia), "manifestation", "striking appearance") or Τheophaneia meaning "vision of God") is a Christian feast day that celebrates the revelation of God the Son as a human being in Jesus Christ. In Western Christianity, the feast commemorates principally (but not solely) the visit of the Magi to the Christ child, and thus Jesus' physical manifestation to the Gentiles. Eastern Christians commemorate the baptism of Jesus in the Jordan River, seen as his manifestation to the world as the Son of God. In some Western Christian denominations, especially in the past, and also in the present-day Church of England, the feast of the Epiphany also initiates a liturgical season of Epiphanytide. The traditional date for the feast is January 6. However, since 1970, the celebration is held in some countries on the Sunday after January 1. Eastern Churches following the Julian Calendar observe the Theophany feast on what for most countries is January 19 because of the 13-day difference today between that calendar and the generally used Gregorian calendar. In the Church of England, the eve of the feast used to be celebrated as Twelfth Night. The Monday after Epiphany is known as Plough Monday. In Epiphany 2000, the Church of England introduced into its liturgy an optional Epiphany season by approving the Common Worship series of services as an alternative to those in the Book of Common Prayer, which remains the church's normative liturgy and in which no such liturgical season appears. An official publication of the Church of England states: "The Christmas season is often celebrated for twelve days, ending with the Epiphany. Contemporary use has sought to express an alternative tradition, in which Christmas lasts for a full forty days, ending with the Feast of the Presentation on 2 February." It presents the latter part of this period as the Epiphany season, comprising the Sundays of Epiphany and ending "only with the Feast of the Presentation (Candlemas)". The Church of England's optional Epiphany season thus begins at Evening Prayer on the Eve of the Epiphany (which may be celebrated on 6 January or the Sunday between 2 and 8 January) and ends at Evening Prayer (or Night Prayer) on the Feast of the Presentation (which may be celebrated on 2 February or on the Sunday between 28 January and 3 February). The Epiphany season is seen as in some sense a continuation of the Christmas season, and together they last forty days. The three main events focused on during the Epiphany season are the visit of the Magi, the baptism of Jesus, and Jesus' miracle at the marriage at Cana. The visit of the Magi is traditionally interpreted as symbolic of God's revelation of himself to the Gentiles, and so one of the themes of the season is mission. The Week of Prayer for Christian Unity also falls within the season, allowing another seasonal theme to be that of unity. The season culminates at the Feast of the Presentation, after which the liturgy stops looking back to Christmas and begins looking forward to the Passion. The colour for the season is white.(Ref Wikipedia)
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|All My Heart This Night Rejoices All Praise To Thee O Lord Alleluia Song Of Sweetness An Exile For The Faith Angels From The Realms Of Glory As With Gladness Men Of Old Away In A Manger No Crib For A Bed Be Still My Soul For God Is Near Behold The Bridegroom Draweth Nigh Bethlehem Of Noblest Cities Born In The Night Marys Child Break Forth O Beauteous Heavenly Light Brightest And Best Of The Sons Of The Morning Child Of The Stables Secret Birth Children Of The Heavenly King Christ Upon The Mountain Peak Come Let Us To The Lord Our God Come Thou Long Expected Jesus Dear Lord And Father Of Mankind Earth Has Many A Noble City Father Hear The Prayer We Offer Father Of Lights In Whom There Is No Shadow Fierce Was The Storm Of Wind First Of Martyrs Forty Days And Forty Nights From East To West From Shore To Shore From God The Father Virgin Born From Greenlands Icy Mountains From Heaven Above To Earth I Come From The Eastern Mountains God Of Mercy God Of Grace Good Christian Men Rejoice Good King Wenceslas Gracious Spirit Holy Ghost Great God What Do I See And Hear Guide Me O Thou Great Jehovah Hail Princes Of The Host Of Heaven Hail Thou Source Of Every Blessing Hail To The Lords Anointed Hark A Thrilling Voice Is Sounding Hark The Glad Sound The Savior Comes Hark The Herald Angels Sing Hark Tis The Watchmans Cry He Comes To Us As One Unknown He Who Would Valiant Be Heal Me O My Savior Heal Hosanna To The Living Lord How Beauteous Are Their Feet How Bright These Glorious Spirits Shine How Brightly Shines The Morning Star How Sweet The Name Of Jesus Sounds How Vain The Cruel Herods Fear How Wondrous And Great I Am Not Worthy Holy Lord I Come The Great Redeemer Cries Immortal Love For Ever Full In Stature Grows The Heavenly Child In The Bleak Midwinter Infant Holy Infant Lowly It Came Upon The Midnight Clear Jerusalem My Happy Home (i) Jerusalem On High Jesus Friend Of Little Children Jesus Grant Me This I Pray Jesus I Will Trust Thee Jesus On The Mountain Peak Jesus Shall Reign Whereer The Sun Jesus The Very Thought Is Sweet Jesus The Very Thought Of Thee Joy To The World The Lord Is Come Let Thy Blood In Mercy Poured Light Of The Gentile Nations Light Of The Lonely Pilgrims Heart Lo He Comes With Clouds Descending Lo How A Rose Eer Blooming Lo The Pilgrim Magi Lord Her Watch Thy Church Is Keeping Lord Of The Worlds Above Love Came Down At Christmas Love Divine All Loves Excelling Mark How The Lamb Of Gods Self Offering Not By Thy Mighty Hand O Brothers Lift Your Voices O Come All Ye Faithful O Food Of Men Wayfaring O God Creations Secret Force O Happy Home O Jesus King Most Wonderful O Light Of Light By Love Inclined O Little Town Of Bethlehem O Love How Deep How Broad How High O North With All Thy Vales Of Green O Praise Ye The Lord Praise Him In The Height O Quickly Come Dread Judge Of All O Spirit Of The Living God O Thou To Whose All Searching Sight O Thou Who By A Star Didst Guide O What Their Joy And Their Glory Must Be O Wondrous Type O Vision Fair O Worship The Lord In The Beauty Of Holiness Of The Fathers Love Begotten On Jordans Bank The Baptists Cry Once In Royal Davids City One With God The Father Rise Crowned With Light Imperial Salem Rise Rise O Salem Rise And Shine Rise Up And Shine Your Light Has Come See Amid The Winters Snow Shepherds In The Field Abiding Silent Night Holy Night Sing Alleluia Forth In Duteous Praise Sing Of God Made Manifest Songs Of Thankfulness And Praise Stay My Child My Body Sharing The Advent Of Our King The Ancient Law Departs The First Nowell The Angel Did Say The God Of Abraham Praise The Heavenly Child In Stature Grows The Hymn For Conquering Martyrs Raise The King Shall Come When Morning Dawns The Lord Ascendeth Up On High The People That In Darkness Sat The Race That Long In Darkness Pined The Year Is Gone Beyond Recall There Is A Fountain Filled With Blood There Is A Land Of Pure Delight Thou Light Of Gentile Nations Thou Whose Almighty Word Tis Good Lord To Be Here Transfigured Christ None Comprehends Watchman Tell Us Of The Night We Are Little Children Very Young Indeed We Hail Thee Now O Jesus We Praise Thy Name O Lord Most High We Three Kings Of Orient Are What Child Is This Who Laid To Rest What Star Is This With Beams So Brigh What Star Is This With Beams So Bright When All Thy Mercies O My God When Candles Are Lighted On Candlemas Day When Jesus Came To Jordan While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks By Night Word Supreme Before Creation Worship The Lord In The Beauty Of Holiness Ye Servants Of God Your Master Proclaim Ye Servants Of The Lord|
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