WEEKLY SERVICES

 

Mondays 8:30 am Morning Prayer (spoken) 

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Wednesdays & Thursdays 5:30 pm Evening Prayer (on hold until further notice) Chancel

 

Thursdays 12:15 Holy Eucharist with Healing

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Thursdays 12:15 pm Holy Eucharist with Healing - 

hancSaturday 5:30 pm Holy Eucharist (spoken) 

 

Sunday  8:00 am Holy Eucharist (spoken)

 

Sunday 10:30 am Holy Eucharist with music & live streamed

 

Nursery care is offered weekly 10:00 am to 12:00 pm with two care providers,
who have taken Safeguarding God's People training.  

 

Childrens' First Sundays - Godly Play formation classes for children 3 years old and up

during the first hour of the 10:30 am service. 
Children then rejoin their families at the Offertory Hymn.

 

Family Service Third Sunday at 10:30am - monthly service for families.

Children are welcome to participate in the service as they are able!

 

LENT SERVICES

 

The First Sunday in Lent - Family Service @ 10:30 am

The Second Sunday in Lent - Recovery Sunday

The Third Sunday in Lent - Godly Play and Nursery Care @ 10:30 am

The Fourth Sunday in Lent - Laetere Sunday

The Fifth Sunday in Lent - Family Service @ 10:30 am

 

Fridays in Lent - Weekly Stations of the Cross @ 5:30 pm

 

 

HOW TO SERVE

We have a ministry for everyone! No matter your age or where you come from, there is a place for you to serve.

CChoir

The sanctuary at Epiphany is a wonderful space for music with excellent acoustics. We host a number of concerts and recitals during the year, performed by local talent and special groups on tour from across the country.

AAcolytes & Vergers

Acolytes provide assistance to the deacons and priest, at the table for communion, leading processionals and recessionals, ringing the Sanctus bells,  lighting and extinguishing  the candles. 

Chalice Bearers

Chalice Bearers wear white albs with a robe over their shoulders in the liturgical color of the season. They help celebrate Holy Eucharist  by serving wine to those who come forward to the altar rail.

Lectors (lay readers)ers)

Lectors read the lessons of the day from the Revised Common Lectionary, an assigned list of texts appropriate for that particular day in the church calendar. Lectors lead the congregaton in the reading and singing of the psalm for the day, and in the Prayers of the People. 

GGreeters & Ushers

Greeters are the first people you meet when you come to church – we want everyone to feel warmly welcomed into our community. Ushers hand out the bulletins, give directions & collect the offering. They also bring the gifts of bread and the wine to the altar.

 

Altar Guild

The Altar Guild is the oldest lay ministry in the Christian church. A behind-the-scenes ministry, they consult with the clergy on the linens and vessels that will be needed for all services, as well as maintaining and caring for liturgical vestments and supplies for Holy Communion .