Serving the Church
At The Church of the Epiphany, our volunteers are a vital part of our community, helping us serve God through worship, stewardship, learning, involvement and the warmth of friendships.
If you would like to make a difference by volunteering with any of the ministries listed, below please contact the church office at (818) 991-4797 or send an email to [email protected]
Our choirs are looking to enrich their sound with new members. Epiphany choir members are welcoming and loving and will make you feel at home!
If you have a desire to share your grace and talent with our community, contact Jay Wilcox at [email protected] or (703) 508-0118
Ushers are the smiling faces that greet us every Sunday morning as we gather for worship. They help our Vicar with the orderly running of the service and assist members and visitors before and during each service. They hand out programs, help people find seats, manage the offerings, and direct the orderly movement of people to and from communion. Most ushers serve approximately o…Read More »
Lay readers have a vitally important role in the leadership of our worship. They read the scripture lessons from the Old and New Testament and leading the weekly Intercessions. Lay readers serve at all Sunday morning services and special services during Christmas, Holy Week, and Easter.
Being a lay reader can be a great way to participate in leading worship for those who have …Read More »
A Lay Eucharistic Minister also known as a "LEM", is a lay person authorized to assist the clergy during liturgical services. During Eucharist (Holy Communion), the Lay Eucharistic Ministers offer wine to the congregation. In the absence of a priest, they will take the consecrated Sacrament to members of the congregation who may be ill, confined, hospitalized, or are otherwise …Read More »
The Altar Guild is a ministry of service - a gift of our time and talent to serve God - preparing all that is necessary for the celebration of the Eucharist and any of the other sacraments of the church (e.g., baptisms, weddings, burials). We serve reverently and quietly behind the scenes, ensuring that our sanctuary reflects the holiness and the joy that we all create together …Read More »
The Epiphany Flower Guild started during Advent in 2014 with the mission to bring the beauty of God's world to our worship space in a sustainable manner. Sustainability efforts include sourcing floral materials locally, utilizing green plants to further reduce waste and costs, and limiting the use of environmentally toxic floral foam in the arrangements.
Each week, the talented …Read More »
Coffee hour is a tradition of hospitality and fellowship, a time to catch up with friends and acquaint yourself with new people of the congregation. If you are interested in hosting Coffee Hour, we would be so grateful! Hosting is simple, you prepare and serve the donuts, coffee and lemonade after the 10:00 am service.
If you would like to volunteer, please contact the church off…Read More »
The word acolyte means "one who helps". Acolytes participate in different roles of the service as part of the team of ministers who lead the worship. An Acolytes duties include holding the Gospel book for the vicar or priest during its reading, receiving the collection plate from the ushers after the offerings has been blessed, washing the hands of the clergy involved in the cel…Read More »