Tuesday Healing Service with Eucharist

OUTDOORS 
Weather permitting, in-person Healing and Holy Eucharist services are being
held each Tuesday at 12:15 pm in the Epiphany Labyrinth Garden. 
All are welcome.  
For Tuesday October 27th: There will be NO Healing Service because of the predicted cold weather.



Mission: Bringing the

love of God to all people


VisionReconciling 

all to God, so the world

will know peace and justice                   

ABOUT US

We would love for you to take a moment to get a sense of who we are. The better you get to know us the more comfortable you will be when you visit. We don’t stand on ceremony, and don’t have a dress code. Come as you are, all God’s people belong. Children are included in our worship service and are welcome to join us in the Soft Space in our Sanctuary. Give us a look see, and let us know if you have any questions. We're glad you visited the Episcopal Church of the Epiphany website today!

Worship Times 

Virtual Taize' Worship at 5:30 pm Saturday with replay at 10:00 am Sunday.

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  EPIPHANY QUARTERLY PERIODICAL

As you may know, we discontinued our monthly newsletter and have replaced it with a new quarterly periodical.

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OUR HISTORY

​​​​​​​Following the gospel of Jesus Christ, we worship in a beautiful 104 year-old Arts and Crafts style sanctuary. Founded by sinners and saints, doctors and cowboys, and countless colorful characters, worship and service have always been at the heart of who we are. Epiphany is a vibrant, open, and welcoming community dedicated to serving Flagstaff through creative and life-giving ministries of hope and service.

"No matter where you are on your journey of faith, whether sinner or saint, or somewhere in between, you are welcome at the Episcopal Church of the Epiphany! We believe diversity of thought is a gift, service is best shared with others, and hope is made real through the worship of a Living God in a community of caring." 

 

The Rev. Marianna Gronek, Rector