Epiphany is an important religious festival celebrated by the Christians, and it is celebrated on January 6 of the calendar that the Churches uses. However, some Eastern churches use Julian calendar, and January 6 of Julian calendar corresponds to January 19 in Gregorian calendar.
For Western Christians, the feast celebrates the visit of the three kings, which is also known as the Magi or the Wise Men, while for Eastern Christians, Epiphany commemorates the baptism of Jesus in the Jordan River.
Epiphany is celebrated in many different ways in different communities all around the world. In Western Christianity, the celebration often involves gift giving, delivered by the three kings; while in Eastern Christianity, the celebration often involves water, baptismal rites and house blessings.
The following is the list of Epiphany from 2021 to 2025.
|Epiphany||Jan 6, 2021||Wednesday||Jan 19, 2021||Sunday|
|Epiphany||Jan 6, 2022||Thursday||Jan 19, 2022||Tuesday|
|Epiphany||Jan 6, 2023||Friday||Jan 19, 2023||Wednesday|
|Epiphany||Jan 6, 2024||Saturday||Jan 19, 2024||Thursday|
|Epiphany||Jan 6, 2025||Monday||Jan 19, 2025||Friday|