We are the Epiphany Anglican Church. The word epiphany means “manifestation” or “revelation”. There are three events in the New Testament that are central to the definition of Epiphany and its meaning is drawn from these occurrences: the visit of the three Magi, Christ’s baptism in the Jordan River, and his first miracle at the wedding in Cana. Through the Magi, Christ revealed himself to the gentiles. In Eastern Christianity, Epiphany puts emphasis on the Baptism of Jesus by John, with Christ revealing himself to the world as God’s own Son. Likewise, on Epiphany some denominations
commemorate Jesus’ miracle of turning water, signifying the manifestation of
Christ’s divinity as well.
Epiphany Community Church is a diverse, Christ-centered, multicultural Anglican community. As such, we strive to be a community in which a person finds support and nurture for spiritual, emotional, and intellectual growth; we strive to be a non-judgmental and caring environment where people can experience the presence of God and follow the way of Jesus through the fulfillment of the commandment to love the Lord our God and to love our neighbors as ourselves.