There is a ministry for everyone at Epiphany! No matter your age or where you come from,
there is a place for you. Join us as we serve others in ministries of hope and renewal.
Flagstaff Youth Co-op
The Flagstaff Youth Co-Op is a new collaborative ministry between The Commons Church and the Episcopal Church of the Epiphany in Flagstaff, Arizona. FYC is a place for Flagstaff middle school and high school students to come together in an environment created to help them become more whole, belong in the community, and participate in the way of love embodied in the life of Jesus.
Kids are always welcome.. We get to learn about the life of Jesus and the Bible while digging into some games and crafts.
Outreach encompasses a wide range of local and international programs. You can get involved with everything from the Sunshine Rescue Mission to the Episcopal Relief Fund.
Got questions? Contact Ann Blue, email@example.com or Joan Lewis
Adult Formation is a chance for a group of adults to come together, join in fellowship with one another, and learn something new!
From September through May, there are usually classes at 9:15 on Sunday morning. During Lent we have Wednesday evening Soup Suppers with a special study. And from time to time there are workshops or other special classes and events.
Got questions about Adult Formation? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Open Doors: Art in Action
Art in Action is new to Epiphany starting in May 2018. There are 5 monthly local artists' displays from May through September. The displays are to raise awareness of social, environmental and justice issues in our community and around the world. Art in action is part of the Flagstaff 1st Friday Art Walk
Got questions? Contact Sue at email@example.com
Education for Ministry (EFM)
EfM is a four-year course of study (but you only commit to one year at a time!) sponsored by the Episcopal Church through the School of Theology of the University of the South in Sewanee, Tennessee. All four years (Old Testament, New Testament, History of Christianity, and Modern Theology and Ethics) meet together in a seminar setting of 6-12 people, plus a Mentor. This group becomes a new community every year as new people join, and others graduate. And community is the key word: it is a group which converses truthfully, confidentially, and with complete safety and trust. If you have ever wanted to know more about your faith, or had questions, or even doubts, you can bring them to this group. We meet weekly during the school year with similar breaks at Christmas and in the Spring. Interested? For more information contact Lou Klejbuk at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Episcopal and Lutheran Campus Ministries in Flagstaff
Serving Northern Arizona University and Coconino Community College. We are so glad you are here! We are a community of students, faculty, staff, and supporters here in Flagstaff, supported by the Lutheran and Episcopal churches. We have come together from many backgrounds, so we know what feeling like a stranger is all about. Our campus community welcomes people of any race, national origin, gender identity, and sexual orientation. Growing together in faith, we seek the unity that Christ envisions for his church through learning, liturgical worship, service, and fellowship.