Worship with Us
We, the members of the Episcopal Church of the Epiphany, strive to be an open and welcoming spiritual family, committed to sharing in God’s goodness both within and beyond this community of faith. We will serve God through worship, stewardship, learning, involvement and the warmth of holy friendship, walking the way of Christ.
No matter where you are on your journey of faith, you are welcome here.
Please join us!
Holy Eucharist - Sundays 10:00 am
If you are unable to come in person, you may join us on our Live Stream service.
Worshiping with us: The bulletin (link above) contains the full order of service. If you are unfamiliar with our rituals and customs, just be present with us in this ancient liturgy and let the rest of the congregation carry you in worship. The bold type indicates where the people are invited to respond or pray.
During the distribution of Communion, we welcome you to receive the sacrament or a prayer of blessing. Additional information about communion is in that section of the bulletin. If you have any questions, please feel free to speak to an usher or other congregants.
There is coffee and fellowship in the Bishop's Hall directly after the service. Please join us!
Assisted listening devices are available from the ushers in the back of the church.
Children in the church: We welcome children at all our worship services. The sounds of children are a gift from God. Please do not feel you have to subdue them! In the chapel to the left of the main altar, we have our "prayground." This space is for parents and younger children to use quiet activities such as books, coloring, soft blocks, or puzzles, while still participating in the worship service. We also offer activity bags for older children. Ask an usher if you would like one.
Making Epiphany your spiritual home: If you are interested in learning more about our church, please fill out the purple information card found in the slot in front of your seat and place it on the collection plate or fill out the form on this website under Connect. We are excited to meet you and would love to get to know you. Start by joining us for coffee after the service!
When we are open: The church is open Monday-Thursday for private prayer and meditation from 9:30 a.m.- 3:00 p.m. Our office is open Monday - Thursday from 9:00 a.m.- 3:00 p.m. Our phone number is (818) 991-4797. The Rev. Jamie Barnett has office hours Tuesday through Thursday by appointment.
About Episcopal Worship
The church is the place where the people gather for public worship, prayer, singing, and celebration of sacraments (certain rites and symbols indicating God’s gracious presence among us) together. The church is also the people themselves, participating in worship, praying, singing, and celebrating.
The principal weekly worship service at The Church of the Epiphany is the Holy Eucharist (which literally means "thanksgiving"), also known as the Lord’s Supper, Holy Communion, or Mass. But whatever its formal name, this is the family meal for Christians and a foretaste of the heavenly banquet. The most powerful symbol of the inclusive love of God is the table where we receive the bread and wine made holy. At this table, we find the two most important elements in life: belonging and meaning.
This is why we say at each and every service that whoever you are and wherever you find yourself on the journey of faith, you are welcome here.
believe that God loves you – no exceptions.
The schedule of readings may be found on the Lectionary Page.
In addition to our in person services, we provide a live stream through Facebook Live and our website.Watch Live Stream »
The Church of the Epiphany offers a place to share and celebrate the joyful milestones in your life and to find comfort during the difficult ones. Our clergy and staff will meet with you to help and guide you. We celebrate many of life's events with sacraments of our church—baptisms, marriages, funerals, and memorial services—and invite you to commemorate with us in your life at The Church of the Epiphany.Learn More »
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 that is becoming part of the Church’s musical wealth.Tell Me More! »
We encourage you to submit a prayer request so we can pray along with you. You may share both long and short term prayer concerns.Submit A Request »
Our 24 stained glass windows were a blessed gift from Church of the Ascension in Tujunga, CA when it was deconsecrated due to unsustainability. Although devastated about having to close a church, then Bishop Frederick Borsch offered the windows and several other items (a cross, chalice, linens, and the baptismal font) to the fledgling mission The Church of the Epiphany.Tell Me About Them! »