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Love God. Love Neighbor. Love Self.

Come visit this Sunday @ 8:00 am or 10:30 am* in-person, at 10:30 am online, or in-person at 5:30PM* for Twilight @ Epiphany. We’re glad to meet you!

*Reservations are required for in-person worship during the COVID-19 pandemic

Christmas at Epiphany

Join us for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day worship!
Online worship available at 6pm and 9pm on Christmas Eve

Location Details

2222 S Price Rd. Tempe, AZ 85282

  • 08:00am – Contemplative Worship*

    09:00am – Online Christian Formation (Church School)

    10:30am – Sunday Morning Worship – Online or in-person*

    05:30pm – Twilight @ Epiphany – In-person*

    *Reservations are required for in-person gatherings during the COVID-19 pandemic

  • (480) 968-4111

  • office​@epiphanytempe.org

Preparing to Become Beloved Community

Join Church of the Epiphany’s Courageous Ground Task Force this Advent season as we journey together and explore the ministry of racial healing and justice.

Join our Worship Team

Worship requires a small army of committed ministers. Join us and serve on the altar guild, as a reader, an acolyte, greeter, or on the audio/visual team!

“You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind. This is the first and great commandment. And the second is like unto it: You shall love your neighbor as yourself. On these two commandments hang all the Law and the Prophets.”

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Desert Wanderings

A Circular Path

Last night, Church of the Epiphany’s Courageous Ground Task Force hosted the first of its Advent formation opportunities called Preparing to Become Beloved Community. The conversation last night focused on the telling of difficult truth and how it is difficult both to receive/hear a difficult truth and the difficulty in sharing a difficult truth. To do either of those in a way that is filled with God’s love asks us to prayerfully reflect on the truth that needs to be…

Eucharistia

Eucharistia. It is a Greek word that we use every single week when we gather for worship, and it means thanksgiving or thankfulness. We normally use it as a proper noun to refer to our worship in The Episcopal Church – The Holy Eucharist. When we gather as a body, we come together to give thanks to God for all the things that God has gifted to us, and we give thanks through time-honored rituals and practices that invite us…

Discipleship in Motion

Last weekend, the Parish Council convened for its quarterly meeting to share the ongoings of ministries within each of the councils and to listen to each other. It was a gathering that was like many others that we have had over the last several months: in the comfort of our own homes and on the computer in the familiar Hollywood Squares style of Zoom. Since shifting to online meetings for worship, fellowship, and mission last March, it is amazing how…

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