Contact: Jim Vineyard
Children and youth from the third through the twelfth grades assist at Sunday worship and at other services throughout the year.
Contact: Margaret Bell
The Altar Guild takes care of altar linens, vessels, candles, and vestments. It also assures a proper setting for worship. Both men and women are invited to serve.
Contact: D. John Tanner
This group oversees and coordinates all aspects of Epiphany’s Columbarium. Please contact John Tanner if you are interested in securing a space there, or for assisting with the maintenance or administration. Interment in the Columbarium will ordinarily be limited to past or present members of The Church of the Epiphany and members of their immediate family (spouses, parents, grandparents, children, grandchildren). Interment of others may be permitted by special approval of the Columbarium Committee and the Vestry.
First Informed Communion Class
Contact: Sarah Jo Skinner
First Communion Classes are offered to all baptized children, age five and over, to introduce them to this vital sacrament of the Church. As the Book of Common Prayer states that Baptism is “Full initiation by water and the Holy Spirit into Christ’s Body, the Church,” the Episcopal Church allows infants and children to receive Communion prior to instruction in First Communion Classes and to be presented for instruction at age five or older. Class is usually offered yearly during Lent. Contact Sarah Jo Skinner for more information.
Contact: Vivian Brotherton
The Flower Guild provides altar flowers for services, including weddings and funerals, and for Christmas and Easter celebrations. Periodic Flower Arranging Classes are scheduled for new members. No experience is necessary.
• Flower Schedule, Feb. 18 – June 24 2017
Contact: Mary Emma Smith
The Funeral Guild hosts receptions following funeral or memorial services at Epiphany. New volunteers are always welcome.
Lay Eucharistic Ministers/Lectors
Contact: Margie Roche
Order of St. Luke Healing Service
Contact: Jorge Aviles
Epiphany holds healing services with Eucharist on the first Monday of each month. All are invited to attend and to receive prayers for physical, spiritual, and emotional healing.
Contact: Karan Candy
The Wedding Guild coordinates wedding details to ensure an orderly, joyous wedding day. A Guild member meets with each bride and groom to plan for the wedding.
Contact: John Macaulay
The Worship Committee coordinates with the Rector and the staff the liturgy and worship for the parish. The Committee consists of the leaders of the various groups involved in worship, ie. the Altar Guild, the Ushers, the LEMs, the Acolytes, etc. The Committee meets about three times a year.