Epiphany Outreach

In the Episcopal tradition, parishes like the Church of the Epiphany support a variety of organizations and individuals in need. We look at ways to make a difference in local, regional, national and international efforts with a focus on Economic Uncertainty, Environmental Issues, and Social Justice.

Throughout the year we hold events, host speakers, and provide opportunities for idea-sharing that allow you to consider how you or your family and friends could help out.

 

Learn more about opportunities to volunteer or support financially the groups that we are supporting by clicking on the logos below.  We invite you to join us in reaching out to serve others!

Economic Uncertainty

 
Dream Dinners Foundation
Home and Hope San Mateo County
Generations United
Help One Child
Maple Street Shelter Redwood City, a Lifemoves Facility
Rebuilding Together Peninsula
Second Harvest of Silicon Valley
Sequoia High School Adopt a Family

The Environment

 
Sustainable Earth
Interfaith Power and Light
Office of sustainability San Mateo
Creation Care

Social Injustice

 
Love Wins Heart (2021_01_17 20_34_29 UTC
Rainbow Doors (2021_01_17 20_34_29 UTC).

Epiphany is committed to recognizing and respecting the dignity of every living being.  We embody justice by intentionally working against discrimination based on race, gender, sexual orientation, disability, or age; standing in solidarity with the poor and marginalized; and caring for God’s creation with reverence.

 

A significant number of our members have completed the national church's "Sacred Ground" anti-racism training. We are looking at all of our ministries to see how we can participate as advocates and participants in racial equity work.  We invite you to join us in this transformative ministry.

CORA Community Overcoming Relationship Abuse
Absalom Jones Center for Racial Healing
sacred ground with shield.png
Cristosal Advancing Human Rights in Central America