A place of Fellowship
No matter where you are on your journey of faith, you are welcome here.
InclusionBased on our mission, the Church of the Epiphany welcomes people of every race, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, age, physical and mental ability, national origin, and economic station – none of which may limit full participation in the life of our community. What Is "full Participation"? »
The Episcopal Shield
This symbol, which you will see at every Episcopal Church, is the official "logo" of the Episcopal Church (TEC), and represents our history.
The red Cross of St. George on a white field is symbolic of the Church of England. The blue field in the upper left corner is the Episcopal Church. It features a Cross of St. Andrew, in recognition of the fact that the first American bisho…Read More »
In 1979, hoping to establish an Episcopal mission to serve their communities, and with support from the Diocese and local clergy, a group of Westlake Village and Agoura Episcopalians gathered. A steering committee was established, and they began their work.
On January 6, 1980, the Feast of the Epiphany, 134 persons arrived at Westminster Presbyterian Church in Westlake Village to …Read More »
Clergy Through the Years
Vicars and Priests-in-Charge at The Church of the Epiphany
1980 The Reverend Edward David Eagle (Spiritual Leader)
1981-1983 The Reverend Gary R. Hall (Vicar)
1983-1984 The Reverend Canon George Hall (Priest-in-Charge)
1984-1985 The Reverend John Erickson (Priest-in-Charge)
1985-1991 The Rever…Read More »