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Past Events

Past Events

Apr 6, 2020

Valley Interfaith Project Education Funding Civic Academy

Our parish is teaming up with Tempe Community Christian, Tempe Elementary Education Association and Valley Interfaith Project to host a Civic Academy on Education Funding on Monday, March 23, at 6:30pm, in the Parish Hall. The agenda will include an update on K-12 funding, explore the options for a permanent, sustainable investment in public schools, including the Invest in Ed initiative, and explain how we can get involved in supporting all our children and our schools. Join us for an…
Apr 5, 2020

Episcopal Beliefs & Practices: Adult Confirmation Preparation

In the early church, the season of Lent was not only a time of repentance and being rejoined to the Body of Christ; it was also the season in which the final preparations were being made by persons wishing to be baptized. In that spirit, Church of the Epiphany is proud to offer Episcopal Beliefs & Practices on the Sundays in Lent. Register for the Online Discussion Group During the COVID-19 health emergency, we are hosting our discussion online using…
Apr 1, 2020

Lent @ Epiphany: Holy Currencies

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update During the current public health emergency, Church of the Epiphany is hosting discipleship programs using online technology. To join us online, click on this link to register for online access. Once you register, you will receive the information you need to join the online discussion. (You may need to download Zoom software to join the meeting.) The season of Lent has long been a season in which we are invited to reconnect with the Divine and to…
Mar 8, 2020

Youth Group

Youth group welcomes all students currently in 6th – 12th grade, We meet along with our friends from St. Augustine, in the parish hall for food, fun and fellowship every second Sunday at 5pm.
Mar 7, 2020

Habitat for Humanity

*NO building experience or tools necessary* You need to be at least 16 years old. Lunch is provided, and carpooling to the building site is available! To sign up or for more information please contact:Aaron Van Briesen – 480-220-0842 or  Email – vanbriesen@yahoo.com
Feb 29, 2020

Lector/Reader Workshop

On February 29, everyone that serves as a lector (which we more commonly call readers) in worship are invited to join Barbara Acker in a morning of practicing reading in worship. During the morning, you will learn tips and tricks for improving your reading skills and be invited to support each other in this vital ministry! After the workshop, everyone is invited to stay for lunch in the parish hall. Please be sure to RSVP so that appropriate plans for…
Feb 25, 2020

Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper

Yes, please come and attend and watch Chef Bill Reed and the Men of Epiphany serve up the best stack of FLAP JACKS you have ever tasted.  MOE will be serving:  Regular Pancakes, Gluten Free Pancakes, and Sausage Links, Orange Juice, Ice Tea, Coffee, Water and   Ice Cream.   Regular & Sugar Free Syrups will be available. Yes, MOE is planning on having another terrific night of entertainment from Al and Anna. Cost:  $5 person or $20 for families…
Feb 24, 2020

Yoga @ Epiphany

Join us for a yoga posture practice on Monday, January 20, 2020! The class is great for folks that have zero experience to those that practice yoga regularly. For this particular class, we ask that you pre-register so we know how many people to anticipate. The cost of the class is $8 per person or $10 for a family. The confirmation email will include a liability waiver. Please remember to print this and bring it with you to class. Now,…
Feb 16, 2020

A Voice in the Desert by Helios

Our desert home is full of wondrous things and brims with life unique to our part of the world. Helios is also unique with its approach to early music by bringing to light lesser-known masterpieces, along with pieces well-known to lovers of this time period. This program also includes the third and final section of the Lagrime di San Pietro. Featured repertoire: Giovanni da Palestrina – Surge, propera amica mea Thomas Weelkes – Alleluia, I heard a voice Heinrich Schütz…