Holy Week and Easter 2023 at Epiphany

Walk the way of the cross and celebrate the resurrection at Church of the Epiphany, April 2-9.  Directions to Epiphany are here. Palm Sunday:  Palm Sunday services will be at […]

Epiphany Star Newsletter for February 2023

Fr. Peter writes about some disturbing trends and hopeful encounters with God; Diocesan Bishop to be consecrated; Mtr. Pamela shares a story about someone who “saw the lights on” and […]

Sign-Up For “Faith Hope and Love in The Lord of the Rings” on January 21

Many have read The Lord of the Rings, the finely crafted fantasy novel about wizards, elves, orcs and, of course, hobbits.  Not everyone is aware, however, of how the author’s, J.R.R. Tolkien, […]

Christmas Worship At Epiphany for 2022

Epiphany will be celebrating Jesus’ birth this Christmas season with special worship services and activities Christmas Eve services at Epiphany this year will be at 5 and 9pm.    Our […]

Safe Haven in Ukraine: This Year’s Epiphany Gift

Every year, Epiphany gives a gift as a congregation on Christmas Eve.  This year, we will be helping Safe Haven, a Christian foster home that has been dislocated and separated by […]

Darkness to Light – Epiphany Newsletter for December 2022

Fr. Peter writes about lighting the candles of Advent in the middle of winter darkness; Stewardship campaign update; Mtr. Pamela writes about taking time for quiet with God even when […]

Vestry Candidate Information

Epiphany will be electing three new vestry members at our annual meeting on Nov. 13.  There are four candidates.  Learn about the candidates in this special edition of the Star […]

Pumpkin Carving Fun at Epiphany

Photos of our family pumpkin carving and potluck on October 30.

Christmas Directions
Newsletter for October and November 2022

Fr. Peter writes about answering the right questions when listening to someone’s spiritual story, Pumpkin Carving is back on October 30, Mtr. Pamela outlines Epiphany’s efforts to build the faith […]

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