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Church of the Epiphany is an active parish for worship, formation, fellowship, and community outreach programs. Our church is an inclusive, welcoming place, and we look forward to having you as a part of our community! Whoever you are and wherever you are on your journey, we are glad you are here.


  • Liefy Smith, Vestry Liaison


Take Your First Steps

  1. Attend one of our services. Click here for the schedule >>

  2. Explore this site to learn more about Epiphany and our ministries.

  3. Sign up for our weekly e-newsletter. Click here to sign up >>

  4. Introduce yourself to us by filling out our online visitor card (button below).

  5. Tell us how we can pray or care for you by sending an email to one of the clergy.

Get Involved

Whether you like working in a group, or solo behind the scenes, there are many ways to get involved and get to know people at Epiphany.

Here’s a sample list of some of the ministries where you can share your energy and passion:

  • Art Ministry

  • Buildings & Grounds

  • Choirs – Adult, Children and Handbells

  • Formation – Adult, Children and Youth

  • Community Engagement

  • Parish Life

  • Pastoral Care

  • Racial Justice

  • Worship Guilds


What to Expect

Going to a new church for the first time can be intimidating, but we want you to feel right at home from the moment you pull into our parking lot.

Come As You Are

There is no dress code. We want you to wear whatever makes you feel comfortable.

Children & Youth

  • Children of all ages are welcome and encouraged to attend services, and take part through choirs or participating in worship guilds. Children's Sunday Morning Formation takes place before the 10 a.m. service during the school year (from 8:45 to 9:45 a.m.) all ages are invited. It is a time for our children to connect with one another, hear a story, wonder, pray, and sing. Learn more >>

  • The Youth Group alternates each Sunday evening at 5 p.m. between in-person (outdoors) and online gatherings. Learn more >>


​Dietary Restrictions


Gluten free bread is available upon request. Due to the pandemic, we currently offer Communion “in one kind’ only, meaning we offer bread (wafer) but not the communal cup. If you prefer just a blessing, you can cross your arms over your chest.

Wheelchair Accessible

There are no steps leading to our worship space or Jones Hall. Wheelchairs and Walkers are available.

What if I'm not an Episcopalian?

Many who visit Epiphany come from other faith traditions, and all are welcome and encouraged to participate.

The online service includes all the text, readings and hymns for the service. 

No matter your tradition, all are invited to share Communion at God’s Table.

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