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Join Church of the Epiphany on Wednesday morning at 11:00am for a weekly study of varying topics. From Bible studies to evangelism to the Book of Common Prayer to Theology, the group engages in a conversation-based exploration of what it means to be a disciple of Jesus Christ.
In The Episcopal Church, many people are baptized when they are infants, and our parents and sponsors spoke on our behalf. The rite of Confirmation is a time when we are able to make those same promises to God for ourselves. In preparation for confirmation, Church of the Epiphany is offering a year long confirmation class for our youth that are preparing to enter into a life of faith for themselves. The class is a time for our youth to…
The Epiphany Youth (9th-12th grades) will meet every Sunday at 9:15am to explore the challenges of faith and how we live out the call of the Gospel in our everyday lives. The class focuses on having the conversations that are important to our youth. The youth host their own conversations and explore the ways that they carry their faith into their everyday lives.
Living Discipleship: Exploring the Bible takes participants on a journey through the scriptures, from Genesis to Revelation. One of the main ways that we know and understand the hope to which God has called us is the gift of God’s Word, the Bible. By focusing on the vast narrative of the scriptures, we can see the great story of God’s love from the beginning of creation, through the life of Jesus Christ, and in our own time, guided by the Holy…
In the 2019-2020 program year, our children will share in the stories found in the Old Testament portion of the Bible. The Old Testament books are filled with the stories of people that listened to God’s call in surprising ways. From the Garden of Eden to Abraham and Moses and the prophets, the stories of the Old Testament help our children share their own stories of faith in their own way.