The Alter Guild is a group of dedicated Episcopalians whose ministry is to prepare for the celebration of all services.  It is a ministry that is both specialized and spiritual.  Much of what the Altar Guild does is behind the scenes, but as you enter the church you will see some of its work as the altar area is prepared for a service.  The Altar Guild meets the second Thursday of the month at 10:00AM.


In late 2007, Epiphany began steps to create a ministry with the purpose of equipping, sending, and supporting God's gifted people in an effort to bring Christ's healing love to hurting people.  The congregation was enrolled in the Stephen Ministry program and, in January 2008, sent 5 people to the week-long Leader's Training Conference, held in Orlando.  The congregation celebrated the commissioning of these Stephen Leaders upon their return.  During 2008, five parishioners were trained, commissioned and began their Christian care-giving as Stephen Ministers at Epiphany.

For more information, contact our current Stephen Leader, Jeff Jarabek, through the Church office.

Bill Elliot- Director

The Choir rehearses on Thursdays at 4 PM.


Episcopal Church Women General Meeting is on the third Tuesday each month from September - May  beginning with Holy Eucharist @ 9:00 am., program and lunch.  The ECW meet every Thursday at 10:30 am for craft workshop.


Cursillo (a Spanish word meaning "short course")  is an opportunity to grow in faith and in spirituality, to gain a deeper understanding of the teachings of Jesus and how we can serve him.  Cursillo is a three-day weekend beginning on Thursday evening and ending on Sunday.  If you would like to attend a weekend of fellowship designed to expand your knowledge of Christian life. 

For more information see Father Ryan. 

The Vestry consists of 9 communicants plus non-voting exofficial members who administer the temporal affairs of the Parish. The Vestry works with the Rector to lead the congregation in the ministries of the church.

Companions in Christ is an organization established to help parishioners who are in need.  Things they do to help are rides for doctor's appointments and to church, provide meals, pick up prescriptions, run errands, home and hospital visits, caregiver respites and much much more. 

For more information contact the Church Office.