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Honoring Our Graduates

Each Sunday from May 17 through June 14 the Epiphany Community will honor and pray for it’s graduates. If you have graduated this year from High School or above, please let us congratulate you at worship this month.

Help us Raise $25,000!

State Farm Insurance is giving away $25,000 to a worthy non-profit. Please help Neighbor-to-Neighbor win this grant by voting for us on this Facebook link. You don’t need to donate or sign up for anything. Just vote, it’s easy! Vote!

Sunday Summer Camp

Each Sunday morning this summer, we will have fun activities for all children ages 3 – 11. Come join us!

Visit from the Bishop

We welcome the Right Rev. Eugene Taylor Sutton, Bishop of Maryland, for an Episcopal Visitation to Epiphany at the 8:00 and 10:00 am services.

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Church Calendar

Click here to view our complete Epiphany church calendar.

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.