Contact: Rev. Betsy Randall
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.
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.
Career Support Ministry
Contact: Dan Weston
Providing faith-focused career support to members of Epiphany.
Community of Hope
Contact: Mary Jo Hoch
Community of Hope equpis lay people to serve in all forms of pastoral care. Pastoral care is when a person is being “present” in a listening, compassionate, non-controlling manner to an individual or group for the purpose of consciously or unconciously representing God to them and seeking to respond to their spiritual needs. If you wish to meet with a Community of Hope minister, or to find out more about serving, contact Mary Jo Hoch.
Daughters of the King
Contact: Nancy Gaffney
The Order of the Daughters of the King is a lay order for women of all ages. We follow a Rule of Life focused on prayer, service, and evangelism. Epiphany’s St. Monica Chapter DOK is dedicated to supporting our parish as well as select local, regional, national, and international needs. Vision statement: Empowered by the Holy Spirit, our vision as Daughters of the King is to know Jesus Christ, to make Him known to others, and to become reflections of God’s love throughout the world.
Contact: Joan Lubow
The Epiphany Gift Shop, 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.
Grief Ministry (Walking the Mourner’s Path)
Contact: Margaret Miller
Walking the Mourner’s Path differs from other programs because it is not open-ended. Research has shown that effective grief programs have a beginning and an end. At the heart of the program are eight weekly workshops. We also recognize the importance of training those individuals who will be guiding the workshops in order that all participants who attend the program find a safe and spirit-filled place to journey in their grief. The next group meeting has not been determined.
Contact: The Rev. Betsy Randall
The Lectionary Study meets on selected Wednesday evenings at 6:30 p.m. for an informal study of the lectionary readings for the week, fellowship, and snacks.
Contact: Susan Ufer
Contact: Mike Campbell
Contact: Temple Taylor
Contact: Rita Latimer
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.