September 30 is Orange Shirt Day. In wearing orange shirts, we remember six-year-old Phyllis (Jack) Webstad, who was stripped of her brand-new orange shirt as she entered St. Joseph’s Mission never to see any of her own clothing again. Orange shirts remind us that residential schools destroyed children’s personal identities and self-worth. They also point to a commitment to Every Child Matters and relighting the fire of hope!

Jodi Correia is away for part of the summer, but will be taking orders between the dates of August 13th-September 14th for delivery September 19th. T-Shirt is $21.99 plus tax and hoodies are $54.99 plus tax. All proceeds from orange shirt sales support, non-profit agency, Atlohsa Family Healing Services, which assists community members impacted by the legacy of residential schools and colonization. Your support is appreciated.

To view the sizing chart please click here to visit the Atlohsa Family Healing Services website.


Sunday, September 18, 2022 is Back to Church Sunday.  Now is the time to start inviting your friends and family to join us for worship at Epiphany!  All are invited to stay for the barbeque after the service!