A COMMUNITY OF FAITH FOR THE 21st CENTURY
Epiphany Lutheran Church is a community of Christians centered in the life-giving Good News of God's love and forgiveness for all people through the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. A congregation of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA), we believe that God's grace is the foundation of our relationship to God and to one another. We seek to translate this core message into our modern cultural context, so it can be actually heard as good news that draws us to faith and trust in God's promises and to compassionate, loving action in the world.
While we cannot meet in our building, we continue to meet through other methods. We miss seeing each other, but we have adapted to the current situation. If you would like to worship with us, contact firstname.lastname@example.org for directions to how we gather online:
- 9:00 am Adult Sunday school
- 10:00 am Sunday Worship
- 7:00 pm Wednesday Prayer Service
Please see Pastor Waterman's message on our Announcements page.
A Sunday Evening Prayer Service led by Pastor Paul Waterman with members and guests of the New Arts Jazztet. The Jazz Vespers service is temporarily suspended until the pandemic crisis has passed.
If you are missing the music, go to the May 2020 Newsletter, page 13, for 20 links to past Jazz Vespers performances.