Holy Week and Easter
The disciplines of Lent prepare our hearts for the solemnities of Holy Week and the joy of EASTER! Please mark your calendars now for these special services.
Palm Sunday, April 2
10 a.m. Service — We have one, combined service on this holy day. We Begin in Burton Park with shouts of Hosanna! and the Liturgy of the Palms, before processing to the church for the reading of the Passion.
Maundy Thursday, April 6
6 p.m. Liturgy — An All-Ages service. We’ll enjoy a simple meal, reverently wash each others’ feet or hands, then share Eucharist. After communion, we strip the church of its decorations in preparation for Good Friday.
9 p.m. — All Night Vigil in the Chapel with the Reserved Sacrament
Good Friday, April 7
12 Noon — Liturgy of Good Friday, with Veneration of the Cross and Mass of the Reserved Sacrament (Noon service livestreamed)
6 p.m. — Liturgy of Good Friday, with Veneration of the Cross and the Solemn Collects
Holy Saturday, April 8
5 p.m. — Easter Vigil, with the Great Fire, Stories of God’s Salvation, Eucharist — and Alleluias!
Easter Sunday, April 9
10 a.m. — Festal Eucharist, with flowers and Alleluias!
Community Easter Egg Hunt after the service.
We celebrate Holy Communion at two services on Sunday mornings, and on Wednesdays in our Chapel.
8 AM services (First and Third Sundays) — a quiet, spoken service with a sermon and Holy Communion.
10 AM services (Every Sunday) — lively services with music, a sermon, and Holy Communion.
On the 2nd Wednesday of each month, we hold a service of Healing Prayer and Holy Communion in our chapel. These services are a favorite of those who enjoy sharing in a smaller, more intimate service.
All are welcome to join us in communion at God's table.
You can enjoy prior sermons by clicking the link.
Our rector says “there’s nothing better than baptisms!”
Christians enter the church through the sacrament of Holy Baptism, and this begins with a series of conversations about baptism with our rector or senior associate rector. These are held throughout the year, so please contact us for more information if you are interested. We baptize people of all ages...infants to seniors! firstname.lastname@example.org
In the Episcopal Church, the Bishop of the Diocese performs all confirmations. Epiphany is in the Diocese of California, which is housed at Grace Cathedral in San Francisco. While the formation for Confirmation is held throughout the year at Epiphany, the final celebration is held at Grace Cathedral, or at the annual Diocesan eco-confirmation, held at an outdoor location to remind us to celebrate and respect the gift from God of all creation. And, the celebration of confirmation is held during the Bishop's bi-annual visit to Epiphany. Please let us know if you would like additional information or to speak to one of our clergy. email@example.com
We love celebrating weddings at Epiphany! Please contact us if you are considering being married in a church. firstname.lastname@example.org
Memorial Services, Funerals, Burials
Losing our friends and loved ones is a difficult life event, and our clergy are here to help you and your family during these difficult times. Please let us know if you would like us to assist you with making the final service arrangements.