Holy Eucharist - Sundays 10:00 am
A service in the Sanctuary led by clergy and worship leaders that includes sacred music.
About Episcopal Worship
Worship in the Episcopal Church is Biblical. Every Sunday you will hear two or three Bible lessons and over a three-year period, virtually all of the Old and New Testaments. There is no service of worship in the Church in which the Bible is not read.
The schedule of readings may be found on the Lectionary Page.
Worship in the Episcopal Church is Historical, in that Christianity’s ancient customs are meaningfully preserved and symbolism plays a vital role.
Finally, Worship in the Episcopal Church is Sacramental. Our Sunday service is centered in Holy Communion, the blessing of bread and wine, the holy food of new and everlasting life through which we are nourished and strengthened by the presence of Christ.
Based 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, …
In addition to our in person services, we provide a live stream through Facebook Live and our website.Watch Live Stream »
The Music Ministry at the Church of the Epiphany offers a variety of opportunities for participation, and welcomes all who are interested. We believe that we are called to offer our gifts to the glory of God, the Giver, and in the service of one another. We seek not only to preserve and pass on the Church’s great musical heritage of hymns and anthems but to explore new music th…Read More »
To make a flower donation to help defray the cost of flowers, please complete the online Give form or the flower donation card found in the church pews.
On the online form, please choose "Donation" and indicate in the memo field your dedications, thanksgivings, or memorials on both.
For more information contact the church office at (818) 991-4797 or Carrie Wilcox…Read More »
We encourage you to submit a prayer request so we can prayer along with you. You may share both long and short term prayer concerns.Submit A Request »
Holy Baptism is full initiation by water and the Holy Spirit into Christ's Body, the Church. The bond which God establishes in Baptism is indissoluble. Holy Baptism is appropriately administered within the Eucharist as the chief service on a Sunday or other feast. Each candidate for Holy Baptism is to be sponsored by one or more baptized persons. Sponsors of adults and older …Read More »
We love to do weddings at the Church of the Epiphany! It’s a joy to share in this sacred beginning of a lifetime journey together of two people. If you are interested in having your wedding at Epiphany, the process begins with the couple contacting our Vicar.
If you haven’t worshiped at Epiphany, join us for a Sunday morning service to experience our worship space and meet…Read More »
When death is imminent, it is important to notify the office or the clergy directly as soon as possible. Even if someone’s final moments on this earth may be uncertain, the clergy should be called so that comfort, prayers, and other rites can be arranged. Priests and laypeople at the Church of the Epiphany are always ready to visit or offer Holy Communion at home for anyone who…Read More »