Our architect has created some early renderings of our the sanctuary and fellowship area designs will look at 3863 Centerview Drive once they are constructed. The sanctuary will seat a bit over 200. The ceiling will be 15′ feet high at the apex. The dias for the altar and pulpit will allow everyone good sightlines […]
Epiphany will be meeting under the pavilion at Frying Pan Park (2739 West Ox Rd, Herndon, VA 20171) this Sunday at 10 am for worship, followed by a church picnic. Bring a picnic dish to share and something to keep you and your family hydrated. If you have a safe lawn game (no pointy-darts, please) bring that too! The church will provide plates and silverware, as well as water.
A word about giving this year, prayer walks at our new location, build out update (with a rendering of our new sanctuary), summer teaching series “Bad Pennies,” Pentecost in the Park is June 5, missions update from SAT-7, dates announced for Sports Camp!
Fr. Peter writes about the purpose for our relocation, Mtr. Pamela shares a “lament” from Epiphany’s youth, “Ask Me Anything” is May 23, Photos from Easter Worship at Epiphany, a confession from an Epiphany “accidental evangelist,” details on “Pentecost in the Park” on June 4, and a report from Epiphany’s Build-Out Committee.
Fr. Peter shares news of healings at Epiphany, Mtr. Pamela writes about Epiphany’s ministry to Children, Marriage Enrichment this spring to focus on finances, pictures from the youth spring retreat, Relocation Poll still open, leadership of relocation effort announcement.
“What we are bringing back from the Holy Land” – a column by Fr. Peter, Learn about Epiphany’s Relocation options March 12, 19, and 26th, Doug Greenwood shares is winning chili recipe, a thanks from WFCM, pictures from Epiphany’s latest Women’s Retreat, a missions update from Maggie McNeely, and lots of photos from Epiphany’s Holy Land Pilgrimage.
Fr. Peter writes about enjoying the new year, “Ask Me Anything” is Starting January 17, Joshua Committee facility progress report, relocation fund grows, pictures from the Christmas program and Harper’s baptism, meet Abraham, one of the 11 students we helped through this year’s “Epiphany Gift.”
After completing high school, Abraham was admitted to Uganda Christian University for a bachelor’s degree in Economics and Management in 2014. He sailed through his first two years at the university without a glitch. His fortune changed in October 2016. Abraham’s older brother and cousin were attacked in an ambush in South Sudan. They lost all their money. His cousin was shot dead during the attack…