We have returned to in-person worship at both the 8:30 am and 10:30 am services! Sunday School will also take place in-person during the 10:30 am Service.
We are excited to finally move into our new home at 351 E. 74th Street in the Spring of 2022, and to announce our Stewardship Campaign: “Faith on the Move: Forward as One.”
We remember that we are united as one through “One Lord, one Faith, one Baptism.” As part of this year’s Stewardship Campaign, we will focus on three distinct areas to which we invite your support:
In September, Church of the Epiphany revived a partnership with the Carter Burden Network that was first started 45 years ago as we welcomed 120 senior citizens to lunch in the Nave of the church. Every day, Monday through Friday, the Carter Burden Senior Lunch Program serves a hot lunch to all seniors 62 years and older. A great wealth of appreciation goes out to the staff of bo…Read More »
To date, Epiphany has raised $1,250 for the Cruzando Fronteras (Crossing Borders) ministry in Arizona. These dollars have translated into: 360 servings of Pediasure, 250 travel toiletry kits, 400+ diapers, and 50 packages of baby wipes.
Cruzando Fronteras is a ministry sponsored by the Episcopal Diocese of Arizona. It sends aid to families held in shelters in Mexico while awaiti…Read More »
Carron Donohue leads this group in several sessions per year, exploring spirituality through art and prayer. Past topics have included Beginning the New Year in the Creative Spirit and The Feminine Face of the Divine. Sessions open with prayer and meditation, include time for creative expression, and end with the sharing of ideas and snacks. All members of the congregation are we…Read More »
Second Sunday Social Seekers is a group of (approximately) 20/30/40-year-old spiritual seekers at Epiphany that socialize after the 10:30am service on the second Sunday of every month – starting up again in September. Just find Caroline Angell or Jason Rios at the back of the sanctuary at the end of the 10:30am worship service.
Many Sundays our clergy or special guests lead EpiphanyTalks at noon on a variety of fascinating topics, including feminist readings of the Bible, race and racism, the Episcopal Church, the meaning of the Holy Week liturgies, aging and dementia, and the experience of pilgrimage in the Holy Land. You can find these events on our calendar and our Facebook page.
Update: Currently, The Church of the Epiphany has resumed the Wednesday Dinner Program!
Just a note to let you know that our Wednesday Dinner program resumed on July 22nd.
Of course our dinners will now have to be “take out” meals.
Wednesdays 6pm-7:30pm - Guest must Line up, observe social distancing, and wear a face mask. …
Epiphany Under the Stars, the annual benefit auction to support the Wednesday Dinner Program, was held Friday evening, May 17. Thank you, everyone who participated for making this a fun and successful evening! Special thanks to Kirsten Plonner and her dedicated group of volunteers.
This year, the auction has raised over $21,400 to support the Wednesday Dinner Program.
If you were …Read More »
Racket is a ministry dedicated to helping people at an economic disadvantage gain access to menstrual hygiene products, and working to eliminate shame and stigma surrounding menstruation. For more information, email Margo Seibert and Caroline Angell
Information about Racket's 2021 Drive -
This year’s CROP Walk is October 21, 2018. As part of our outreach program, Epiphany joined dozens of New York City churches and organizations to raise money for the 2017 CROP Walk. Sponsored by Church World Service, we raised money toward this important cause – our Youth Group held a cookie and bracelet sale to help. The CROP Walk began in 1947 by U.S. farmers who contribute…Read More »
Stoneledge Farms distributes organic local vegetables, fruit, meat, and eggs to local residents on Tuesday evenings from June through late Fall. Epiphany provides storage space, a roof on rainy days, and a sexton to lock up after they leave.
Incarceration doesn't just affect those who are currently incarcerated; it has an enormous impact on friends, family and loved ones who remain at home. Families and loved ones are often forgotten by the justice system, ignored by support services, and left voiceless.
Each year, Epiphany hosts a program called Raising My Voice-Kin. This i…Read More »
Christians in the Middle East
For many years, Epiphany has worked actively with our sister parish, The Church of the Epiphany in Doha, Qatar, in the Diocese of Cyprus and the Gulf. Recently, working with St. George’s Baghdad, we have provided support to the refugees from ISIS through the development of an education center in the Baghdad refugee camp which teaches English an…Read More »