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Love God. Love Neighbor. Love Self.

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

*Reservations are no longer required for in-person worship. Please read the COVID-19 Update below.

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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*

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

  • (480) 968-4111

  • office​@epiphanytempe.org

Join our Worship Team

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

Our Clergy and Staff

Rector/Senior Pastor

The Rev. Hunter Ruffin

The Rev. Hunter Ruffin is our Pastor and welcomes a conversation with you! Whether you’ve got spiritual questions you want to explore or are wrestling with a life transition (e.g. relationship/family difficulties, job loss, grief or loss), Hunter is glad to be a non-judgmental listening ear. While Hunter is not a counselor or therapist, he is always delighted to refer you to a specialist, when it is appropriate, who can help even more. He is always available by appointment, but…
Deacon

The Rev. Lynn Adwell

“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

Growing Edges and Shaving Cream: Loving at Chapel Rock

It was a bright, sunny day, and the excitement on campus was electric. Cars continued to arrive with families of all shapes and sizes. Some kids were already out playing games – from volleyball to 9-square to Gagaball. Others found a comfortable place on the lawn to catch up with friends and to enjoy the afternoon that was something of a Goldilocks day – not too hot, not too cold, but just right. The mountain air was different than where…

Love Notes to a Neighbor

On Sunday morning, I did my best to help us see the Trinity not as an abstract notion that seems only to confound us. Instead, I offered (I hope!) a vision of the Trinity that informs how we live into the beauty and the fullness of God’s grace and love being shared with us each and everyday. At the heart of the Trinity is the commitment to loving relationship within God’s self which then informs our own understanding of loving…

The Gift Economy of Pentecost

In 2016, I took a trip with some parishioners from Saint Michael’s and All Angels parish to Honduras to visit and work alongside a community that the parish had been supporting for well over ten years. Each year, a group of parishioners would gather supplies and money to go down to Honduras to work in community improvement projects, to provide some basic fluoride treatment for children’s teeth, and to host classes with students in the local Episcopal School. By the…

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