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The Brothers of Epsilon Xi Chapter of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. welcomes your interest to the website of the Capitol City Ques! I am honored and humbled to serve our great fraternity as Epsilon Xi’s 17th Chapter Basileus (president). I welcome all to fellowship with us as we deliberately meet the needs of our community through purposeful and impactful engagement.
The Epsilon Xi Chapter has proudly served the greater Sacramento area for forty-six years. As a member of the 12th District of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., California is one of 10 states (AK, AZ, ID, MT, NV, OR, UT, WY, WA) that serve this great district. Our commitment is to bring relevant community service projects and events that support our national mandated programs –Economic Empowerment, Social Action, Health Initiatives and Education—and to ensure we meet the needs of the communities in which we live and serve.
“Friendship is Essential to the Soul” is our Fraternity Motto, which serves to nurture the Omega Spirit. MANHOOD, SCHOLARSHIP, PERSEVERANCE, and UPLIFT are our Cardinal Principles, which together with our Fraternity Motto provides a framework for the dedication and viability of our Fraternity.
Feel free to browse our website to learn more about us, our mission and upcoming community events in the greater Sacramento region. It is our sincere hope that this site displays the values of our illustrious fraternity and its members, while demonstrating a clear picture of how we live and work together with our community partners.
If you have any questions about our fraternity, planned events, partnership, sponsorship opportunities or have interest in becoming a member of our great fraternity, please let us know by leaving a message in the contact section of this website. We look forward to continued collaboration and cooperation as we transform our community through service.
Abraham D. Samuel Jr, Basileus
"Let Us Impact Change Together”
Lt to Rt: Brother Erick Gardner Associate Keeper of Records and Seal, Brother Abraham Samuel Basileus, Brother Eric Carson Vice Basileus, Brother Jason Brown Keeper of Records and Seal, Brother Micah Simmons Keeper of Finance.
On Wednesday, many Christians will show up to work with ashes smudged on their foreheads. Many more will head to church on their lunch break or after work to receive a cross of ashes on their face.
But what exactly is the purpose of the centuries-old Christian tradition?
In the Christian tradition, Ash Wednesday marks the start of the holy season of Lent, a time for reflection and repentance in preparation for the celebration of Easter.
Christians from many denominations recognize the holy season for 40 days leading up to Easter. For centuries, Christians have received a sign of the cross with ashes on their forehead at the beginning of that season as a reminder of mortal failings and an invitation to receive God’s forgiveness. The tradition has its origins in the Old Testament where sinners performed acts of public penance.
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Every 4th Sunday the brothers host a prayer call featuring:
Chaplain Pastor Brother Scott Galbraith.
The dial-in information: (425) 436-6321
Access code: 1878558.
We look forward to you fellow shipping with us as we learn together.
Once a month on Saturday morning we clean this location. When you drive by give us a honk.
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Our 2023 Scholarship application will be available on March 1, 2023.
Your donation will help us award scholarships and pay for future Student Award events.
41st Annual Ceremony: In honor of Dr. Ervin Jackson Jr. Sunday, May 21, 2023, at 3:00 pm
Four College Scholarship Awarded
Essays are due October 21, 2022