Epiphany has an active Sunday School for school-age children. Games, activities, crafts and snacks help reinforce the lessons the children are learning. Typically, the children join the rest of the congregation at the beginning of the 10:30am service until they are dismissed after a short children's talk. Classes are held in the downstairs hall by a team of dedicated, enthusiastic teachers who rotate each week. The children return near the end of the service, rejoining their families to receive Communion or a Blessing.
Continuing education is an important part of each person's growth as a Christian. Epiphany offers studies on a rotational basis, following the seasons of the church year. Some of the studies we have done in the past include Nikki Gumble’s “A Life Worth Living”, a study on the Lord’s Prayer and “Exploring our Anglican Identity”.
One of the best parts of being part of a Christian community is the care and concern that the community offers when you need it most. At Epiphany, formal pastoral care is primarily the responsibility of the rector and a small pastoral care team. However the Epiphany community also informally takes care of a wide variety of needs. From visiting in the hospital, delivering meals or flowers, writing cards or performing a home communion service, pastoral care is there for parish. Pastoral services are always available by appointment with the Rector.