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Cherub Choir for Ages 3-7, Sundays

We meet every Sunday right after church to sing, dance, and play super-cool instruments. Come and join the fun!


Treble Choir Rehearsals Wednesdays 5:00 – 5:45

All children 8-13 are welcome to come to Treble Choir rehearsal to learn about singing, reading music, and singing God’s praise. For more information, contact Mary Hamlin-Spencer at 410-252-4465


Confirmation Class

We will hold a confirmation Class for middle and high school students this spring! For more info., contact Jennie Fumarola at ymeepiphany@gmail.com.


Monday Lunch & Bible Study, 12:30 pm

All are welcome to join our clergy for the weekly brown bag lunch and Bible study.  We meet every Monday at 12:30 pm until around 2-pm to talk about the sermon from the day before and to read and discuss the lessons for the upcoming Sunday.

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Epiphany Early Learning Center

Epiphany Early Learning Center is a non-profit child-development center committed to providing a well-structured, caring, and creative atmosphere where young children can develop a good self-image and learn through playing, listening, and participating. We offer a pre-school program for two-, three-, and four-year-old children (pre-kindergarten) with options for two, three, four, or five days a week year round. For more information, click here

“I was in prison, and you came to visit me . . . “

In July 2013, Epiphany parishioner Bob Hayman started a one-hour Wednesday morning Bible study at the Baltimore County Detention Center. Following the prescribed reading from the Revised Common Lectionary, Bob leads a discussion of Scriptures that we read the following Sunday morning in our services. Click here to read more.

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Walk Our Labyrinth

labyrinthOften described as a "walking meditation," our labyrinth is open to all for prayer, contemplation, and remembrance. Click here for more information.