Our Mission: "To know and share God's Light"

Our Ministry:

  • Enable lay ministry inside and out of the Church of the Epiphany

  • Focus on ministry for and with children and youth

  • Create a warm atmosphere of growth and inclusion within our community

  • Be responsible stewards of our resources          



   Sunday 8 am     Holy Eucharist
10 am
Holy Eucharist with Music
   Monday 3 pm     Bayview Villa Service
10 am
Healing Eucharist 
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Upcoming and Ongoing Activities




Holy Week and Easter Services at Church of the Epiphany

Palm Sunday of tahe Lord's Passion, March 29th, 8am and 10am

Maundy Thursday, April 2, 7pm

7:00 pm Holy Eucharist, Foot and Hand Washing and Stripping of the Altar
8 pm Overnight Vigil in the chapel kept until 9 am Friday. Sign up Sheet in the rear of church

Good Friday, April 3, 12N and 7pm

All Day- we will have the labrynth laid out and available for people to walk all day on Good Friday in the Parish Hall.

Noon Good Friday Service, the Passion 

7 pm The Passion of Christ led by Epiphany Youth

The Great Vigil of Easter, April 4, 4pm and 8pm

4 pm Family service especially appropriate for young children. Gather around the New Fire of Easter for the first readings, then process into church

8 pm Festive service includes lighting the new fire of Easter and our stories of Salvation History.

Easter Sunday, April 5,  10am only

10am only- Easter Sunday Festive Eucharist (One Service Only)

Please bring flowers for the cross and cookies to share for coffee hour

An Easter Egg Hunt will follow the service

All are Welcome


All are Welcome

Every time we gather around God’s Altar at Church of the Epiphany,
we invite one another to the Table with the words “All are Welcome.”

We believe that God’s invitation extends to all and knows no boundaries of age, race, ethnicity, culture, gender, sexual orientation, economic condition, physical or mental ability.  We seek therefore to mirror that wideness of welcome in our Church community.

“O God, who created all peoples in your image, we thank you for the wonderful diversity of races and cultures and peoples in this world.  Enrich our lives by ever-widening circles of fellowship, and show us your presence in those who differ most from us, until our knowledge of your love is made perfect in our love for all your children; through Jesus Christ our Lord.  Amen.”





Recent Homilies

25 Jan 2015 What kind of God do you believe in?

For a printed version of a recent homily, click on a link above.


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