It's been a crazy year, but that's not stopping us at Epiphany from ministering to our neighbors and worshipping our Savior Jesus Christ. You are welcome to worship and grow in your spiritual life at Epiphany. We are a church that trusts what God tells us about Himself in the Bible and is committed to both great commission and great commandment of Jesus Christ. We are Anglican Christians, which makes us part of the third largest Christian expression in the world. We are a congregation of the Anglican Church in North America and the Diocese of the Mid-Atlantic.About
A wonderful community of believers standing together for Jesus Christ, growing together as God's family, and making Him known by the power of the Holy Spirit.
I wrote a couple of weeks ago in the Candle newsletter about how we lost my wife Andrea’s father, David, in late January. He died from a brain injury he sustained falling off a ladder while cleaning ice out of the gutters of their family home. Andrea’s dad was a careful person and in good health. […]
When There is Nothing Good to Say to Jesus: Fr. Peter writes about what it feels like when we pray and the miracle doesn’t happen. Ash Wednesday: We will have two services on Feb. 17, and a chance for those on livestream to drive up to receive their ashes in the afternoon. Getting our Hip […]
We are expecting a significant snowstorm starting the morning of January 31. We will be worshipping tomorrow at Epiphany, but in order to allow everyone to get home early, we will be combining our in-person and livestream service at 8:30am. You can attend or watch live beginning at 8:30am. Or, you can view the recorded […]