Outreach - Serving Others
In response to the grace and love we have been given in Christ, we seek to serve our neighbors. Our commitment is to provide opportunities for The Church of The Epiphany to reach out locally, nationally and globally so that we may grow, mature and become more fully the people Christ calls us to be. We pledge to be careful, open and willing stewards.
Laundry Love is a nationwide program that assists low-income families and individuals in doing their laundry. Having clean laundry is a matter of human dignity. The Church of the Epiphany and New Hope Lutheran Church are partnering to assist local low-income single parent families, so they may have clean clothing and linens. Harbor House has provided us with the names of families…Read More »
Throughout the year, Epiphany Outreach engages our parishioners in generously providing essentials to help the local social service organizations Manna Conejo Valley Food Bank, Harbor House Thousand Oaks, The Samaritan Center Simi Valley and Ventura County Food Share meet the needs of those less fortunate. Members donate non-perishable food, water, warm clothing, gift cards, and …Read More »
Harbor House hopes to contribute to the building of a just community where all people are included. It sees all human beings as worthy of its time and its efforts. It offers referrals, resources, case management, and a hand-up for those who are struggling. Its goal is to help all people in our community find hope, gainful employment, affordable housing, and a sense of personal we…Read More »
Epiphany participates in the Conejo Valley Women's Interfaith Network projects as needs arise. Recent projects have included welcome and new baby baskets for refugee families.
Welcome Baskets for Refugees
Saturday, May 21 at 11:00 a.m
Epiphany is invited to join (WIN) Women's Interfaith Network in an ecumenical effort by collecting items for Welcome Baskets to be delivered by…Read More »
This winter OUTREACH at Epiphany donated to OPERATION FIREWOOD to help the Episcopal Church In Navajoland to purchase firewood and coal nuggets for our friends on the reservation.
About Operation Firewood
Navajo and Hopi families in northeastern Arizona that have long relied on coal to heat their homes are looking to other sources after last year's closure of The Kayenta Mine. …Read More »
Epiphany is proud to support the Episcopal World Relief & Development fund and the Los Angeles Episcopal Diocese's Family Service and Adoption Agency . We host annual, fellowship-friendly fundraisers and participate in the annual Crop Walk which helps raise money to alleviate hunger in the Conejo Valley and around the world.
The Church of the Epiphany supports Conejo Compassion Coalition
which provides people who care deeply about the plight of the poor avenues to become a part of the solution. It provides volunteer opportunities for individuals to help directly with victims of poverty and disaster, locally, nationally and internationally. It raises funds to support grassroots relief efforts in disa…Read More »