We are children of God. We are called to glorify God and to see and serve Christ in all persons through worship, teaching, care, support, love, and proclaiming the Good News.


The Rev. Jan James, Rector

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Rev. Janetta Beaumont, Deacon

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Rev. Scott Deasy, Deacon


The staff and members of Epiphany welcome you and invite you to join our growing family of God. With over 500 members, we are the largest Episcopal parish in northern Arizona. Whether you live here or are just visiting, we hope you'll come see us in our historic church on the corner of Beaver and Elm near downtown Flagstaff.

Epiphany offers many things: a diverse congregation, extensive adult education and youth ministries, outreach programs, outstanding music, and attentive pastoral care. Look for our bright red doors and stop in to say hello.

For up-to-date information on current events and news, please view the November 2014 Newsletter.

Here are some pages you might want to start with to get to know us:
       Sermons from Priest Jan
       Service Schedule

And here is the recent letter from Priest Jan:Farewell Letter

Our 9:15 Sunday Adult Forum has begun a wonderful new series called The Spiritual Brain: Science and Religious Experience. In this multi-part series, Professor Andrew Newberg [Center of Integrative Medicine at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital] explores a number of timely questions:

Does God exist? Do we have a soul? Is it possible to make contact with a spiritual realm? How should we respond to the divine? Will life continue beyond death?

Whether you are deeply religious, a spiritual seeker, or one who has come to doubt or disbelieve in a spiritual power, you may have pondered these questions and at least begun to answer them for yourself.

In fact, archaeological and historical records show that even the earliest humans were aware of a spiritual realm, and developed religious practices as a result.

The religious impulse is so powerfully pervasive that neuroscience has posed a provocative question: Are our brains wired to worship?

Join us for any or all of these fascinating sessions:

Nov. 16 - Why do we have a spiritual brain?

Nov. 23 - Brain Function and Religion

Dec. 7 - How does Science study Religion?

Dec. 14 - Believers and Atheists

Dec. 21 - Spiritual Development

Coming on Saturday, December 6 from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. join us for our Sweet Things Bazaar. This is a terrific opportunity to purchase gifts for hostesses or teachers, themed baskets, and special holiday decorations, as well as yummy treats. Proceeds will go to community outreach.

At the 10:30 a.m. service onSunday, December 14 is our annual service of Lessons and Carols. Join the Senior and Handbell choirs for special music of the season.

REMINDER! Children through age 5 are welcomed year-round in our Nursery;


Tuesday, 12:15 PM: Healing Eucharist

Saturday, 5:30 PM: Holy Eucharist (no music)

Sunday, 8:00 AM: Holy Eucharist (no music)

Sunday, 10:30 AM: Holy Eucharist with hymns and sung liturgy

NAU Canterbury students are back in full swing, in their new Canterbury Chapel at 319 S. San Francisco. Beginning September 7, there will be a weekly Taize Meditative Prayer Service Mondays at 8 p.m. For information about Canterbury, contact Brad Eubanks.

Full service schedule


Church of the Epiphany
423 N. Beaver St
Flagstaff, AZ 86001

(928) 774-2911

Office Hours:
10 AM - 3 PM Mon-Wed
10 AM-noon Thurs
Closed Fri-Sat

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Check out campus ministries: NAU Canterbury

And visit Priest Megan Castellan's Blog to read her sermons online!