Join us for all our Holy Week & Easter Services via Zoom

You don't have to sign up for a Zoom account to participate. Just click the link below a few minutes before the appointed time to join the service.


Sunday, April 5 • 10:00 a.m.


Monday of Holy Week: Morning Prayer

April 6 • 9:00 a.m.

Login at 8:45 a.m. for a Virtual Coffee Hour

Tuesday of Holy Week: Morning Prayer

April 7 • 9:00 a.m.

Login at 8:45 a.m. for a Virtual Coffee Hour

Wednesday of Holy Week: Tenebrae

April 8 • 7:00 p.m.

Thursday of Holy Week: Maundy Thursday

April 9 • 6:30 p.m.

Post your in-home Agape Supper on our Facebook Page. Everyone can see them here.


Friday of Holy Week: Good Friday

April 10 • 3:00 p.m.

Click on the Stations Button to the right for a virtual visit to our nave

Easter Vigil

April 12 • 6:00 a.m.


Sunday, April 12 • 10:00 a.m.



We have said from the beginning of this unusual time of being apart that the church is not the building. The church is the people. While we miss being together in the same space, we have found creative ways to stay connected as a community and we will continue that throughout Holy Week. As we participate in online worship during Holy Week, we invite you to create some sacred space in your home to leave up throughout the week. If you have children at home, invite them to help. They have been well taught in Godly Play how to create sacred space.


To create sacred space at home, find a table, space on a shelf, or even an upside‐down box somewhere close to where you participate in our online Morning Prayer services. Cover that space with a cloth and place a cross (you might even make one from small tree branches), a candle, and perhaps a Bible or The Book of Common Prayer. Different services for Holy Week may suggest different things on your home altar. I’ve made some suggestions about that below, along with the times for each service.

For more about how to set aside this space in your home, Sharon Ely Pearson, a Christian formation specialist for the Episcopal Church, has some great tips right here.


Palm Sunday

Collect some greenery from your yard or from a walk outside and place it on your home altar to wave as we sing All Glory, Laud and Honor.


Place a candle on your home altar to extinguish at the end of the service.


Maundy Thursday

Have an agape supper in your home. Post a picture of it on the Epiphany Community Facebook page before we gather online for the liturgy at 6:30. Place a cross and some candles on your home altar which will be removed at the end of the service.


Good Friday

Place a cross on your home altar for veneration of the cross.

Easter Vigil

Have a candle on your home altar ready to light when we light the paschal candle. If you have your baptismal candle, that would be a great candle to have on your table.



Place flowers and greenery next to a cross on your home altar. Have some bells (or something that you can make a joyful noise with) ready for the moment when we say our Alleluias. You might want to get dressed up to make the day feel more special and prepare a special meal for after the service. After the service, you might call someone in the parish and say “Alleluia, Christ is Risen!”


​(The driveway is off of East Lake Road)

  • The Episcopal Church of the Epiphany is a parish in the Diocese of Atlanta, which serves the Episcopal Church in Middle and North Georgia.

  • Our diocese is part of the Episcopal Church, which is currently led by the Most Reverend Michael Curry, 27th Presiding Bishop.

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