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The Confirmation Journey

Epiphany has begun a year-long Confirmation Journey for Middle & High School students on Sundays from 11:30-12:30pm for a year, including summer. Our theme is Becoming Leaders, Becoming Disciples–lessons in faith, leadership and service. All 6-12th grade youth are invited to attend. 410-252-4465.

Welcome Table 2.0

August 30 at 5:00 pm. Don’t miss out on the next Welcome Table 2.0, with Evensong with an Edge followed by Holy Communion and potluck supper. Spiritual formation offerings for all ages. Sign up on bulletin board in the church entrance.

Calling All Singers!

Rehearsals Resume in September for The Epiphany Choir (ages high school through adults, meets on Thursdays at 7:15 pm) and Treble Choir (3rd – 8th grades, meets Wednesdays 5:00 – 5:45 and sings once a month). The Cherub Choir (ages 3 – 7) will be resuming, as well, this Fall. Stay tuned for more information! […]

Taste and See: Epiphany’s Ministry Fair

Epiphany’s Ministry Fair will be held Sunday, September 20th after the 10:00 service. Come for this informal chat to learn more about the spectacular events, actions, and mission areas at our church! To view a flyer for the event, click here.

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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.