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Our hope is that our adult education and program offerings will stir you to ask more question, seek more connection, and wonder how this life in Christ inspires us to love God and neighbor.


  • Peter Dodge, Vestry Liaison


Sunday Morning Formation for Adults
11:15 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. (Fall—Spring)

Adult education and program offerings at Epiphany occur throughout the year. Epiphanites grow together in faith through small groups, large group discussion-based classes, and plenaries led by special guests. Formational opportunities are a place to explore your questions, form deeper connections to God and community, and wonder how our life in Christ becomes enfleshed through works of love alongside our neighbors.

Contemplative Practice

Join us on the second Sunday of the month at 4:00 p.m. in the Choir Loft of the nave. 

 Come gather with us for a time of reflection, meditation instruction, and gathering with others seeking a more grounded way of being in the world. On occasion, we also walk the labyrinth.


Led by Bobbi Patterson, Elizabeth Ura and the Rev. Amy Dills-Wright.

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Tract Rack

Our Tract Rack is located just inside the red doors of our church. These little booklets are for you to take home. A donation is requested, but if you don’t have the means at the time, please feel free to help yourself. There is a wide variety of well written and thoughtful short booklets.


We hope you will use this resource in your daily devotions, spiritual journey, or just to consider questions you’ve always wanted to explore.

Forward Day by Day

Included in the tract rack is the Forward Day by Day booklet—daily inspirational meditations reflecting on a specific Bible passage, chosen from the daily lectionary readings as listed in the Revised Common Lectionary or the Daily Office from the Episcopal Church's Book of Common Prayer.

Prefer digital?

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Parish Library

Our parish library is located in the parish hall and operates on a self-service basis. Parishioners can check books out and return them at any time. The library is available on Sunday mornings and weekdays during office hours (Monday – Thursday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m., and Fridays until noon)

We hope you will use this resource in your daily devotions, spiritual journey, or just to consider questions you’ve always wanted to explore.

New Shelves Added

Our library now has shelves dedicated to Banned Books and books used in our Formation and Racial Justice Book Studies.

  • For a national list of banned books please see the following government website here.

  • For a summary of the new Georgia Law on banning books please read the following March 2023 UGA Law Review blog article here.

  • For a list of the American Library Association’s Top 110 banned books please look here.

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