Photos from Epiphany’s Fall Kickoff!
Fall Kickoff is Sept. 18!

Epiphany will be marking the move from summer to fall with a catered outdoor picnic under a tent on Sunday, September 18 beginning at 11:30. There will be fun activities […]

Epiphany Newsletter for August 2022

Fr. Peter writes about an answer to orayer at the donut shop; Mtr. Pamela asks “What IS our trajectory;” final Meet and Eat evening is August 31; Diocese shares information […]

Epiphany Newsletter for June and July 2022

Thanking Deacon Dave for his 15 years of ordained ministry at Epiphany; Mtr. Pamela writes on training our hunger; summer “Meet and Eat” evenings begin at Epiphany on June 29; […]

Holy Week and Easter Schedule

Walk the way of the cross and celebrate the resurrection at Church of the Epiphany, April 10-17 Palm Sunday:  Palm Sunday services will be at 8:30 am and 10:15 am […]

Epiphany Newsletter for April and May 2022

Fr. Peter writes about fear in times of uncertainty and Mtr. Pamela writes about what Godly wisdom really looks like; details about Holy Week and Easter at Epiphany; Update on […]

COVID Policy Update – March 3, 2022

With the release of new guidance from the CDC that places Northern Virginia in the “low risk” category and a shift to “mask-optional” in area school systems in line with […]

Epiphany Newsletter for February and March 2022

Fr. Peter reflects on Christian calling, Epiphany gift exceeds goal, Praise and Worship evening on February 23, Mtr. Pamela writes about taking a “hands-on” approach to Christian compassion, read “The […]

Epiphany’s Rector Candidate for Bishop of Pittsburgh

Friends at Epiphany, With the diocese’s own announcement this morning, I can now let you know that I have been selected as one of three nominees to be the next […]

It Really Happened

Some of the events described in the Bible may seem hard to believe. One of those is in Genesis 19, where the destruction of the cities of Sodom and Gomorrah […]

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