Adult Discipleship offers a variety of classes and provides the opportunity for continued spiritual growth and Christian fellowship through Bible studies, forums, small groups, and lectures.
Contact: Joan Lubow
The Epiphany Bookstore, managed by Joan Lubow, provides a place for parishioners to shop for books and gift items. It is open on Sundays before and after services.
Brotherhood of St. Andrew
Contact: Dave Gibson
The Brotherhood of St. Andrew is a ministry for the spreading of Christ’s Kingdom among men and boys in the Anglican Communion. The Brotherhood’s three-fold emphasis is Prayer, Study and Service. The group meets twice monthly, and new members are always welcome.
Daughters of the King
Contact: Pam MacPherson
The DOK is a lay order for Episcopal women. It has Rule of Prayer and Service—pray daily for the parish, the sick, and others on the prayer list and be available to serve the parish.
- September 18 Meeting Minutes
- October 16 Meeting Minutes
- November 20 Meeting Minutes
- December 18 Meeting Minutes
Junior Chapter of the Daughters of the King
The Junior Chapter of The Daughters of the King is open to baptized girls and young women from ages 7-21. years of age under the guidance and support of Epiphany’s Senior Chapter. Jr. Daughters wear a silver cross with the initials FHS (For His Sake) as a symbol of our promise. For Christ’s sake we pray, we serve, and we reach out in love to all.
Contacts: Vicki Stevens
The Green Committee works to make Epiphany a more environmentally friendly parish.
The Kitchen Crew strives to keep Epiphany’s kitchen clean and organized, with all of the equipment in good, working order.
Lay Eucharistic Visitors
Contact: The Rev. Betsy Randall
The Lectionary Study meets each Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. for an informal study of the lectionary readings for the week, fellowship, and snacks.
Contact: Mike Campbell
Contact: Temple Taylor
The Order of St. Luke the Physician
Contact: Jorge Aviles
The Order of St. Luke includes clergy and laity who are committed to promoting the healing ministry of Jesus Christ in the Church today. Epiphany’s prayer ministers, who pray for parishioners’ needs during communion, are members of The Order. A healing service is held at 7:00 p.m. on the first Monday of each month from October through May.
Contact: Laura Murphy
The Parish Nurses are a group of registered nurses who do blood pressure check-ups two Sundays a month. They also coordinate health related programs for the parish.
Contact: Mimi Tanner
The Prayer Chain is composed of members of DOK and OSL, as well as other parishioners, who pray daily for those on Epiphany’s prayer list. Requests for prayer are received in the church office and transmitted to the prayer chain.