Sunday Services are at 8am and 10am
Our 8:00 service is a small but faithful gathering of individuals who prefer quiet and contemplative worship.
Music, Sunday school and child care are available at our larger service, the 10am service.
There are a few Sundays each year when we invite those who attend our 8:00am service to join us at 10:00am so that we can all worship together (ex. on our Feast Day of Epiphany). Please check the calendar.
During the Christmas Season and during Holy Week, we offer additional opportunities for worship and gathering as community.
Lex orandi, lex credendi — roughly translated from Latin means "as we pray, so we believe."
Gathering together in worship is perhaps the most fundamental part of our formation as Christians. By regularly joining to pray and praise together, we acknowledge that we are not God, that we fall down and need to get up (and need God and one another to do so), and are reminded again and again of God's unbounded goodness and love for each one of us - and our call to always make the "sacrifice of thanksgiving" for the gift of life which we do not earn, and of grace, which is greater than we can repay.
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.”
wednesdays 10 AM
Eucharist and Healing Prayer in the Chapel. This is a small, sometimes informal service as together we share thoughts about scripture and the ‘saint’ of the day and the stories of our lives. After Holy Communion, those who wish may ask for healing prayers. It is a favorite service of many who love the intimacy and sharing.
In addition, we offer Evensong services during Advent and Lent. We also occasionally celebrate Celtic Services as well as prayerful gatherings on our outdoor Labyrinth. When we celebrate the Feast of St. Francis, we invite our pet friends into church to be blessed.