Community Resources at Epiphany
“I experience authentic love for one another [at Epiphany]; we show up for one another in times of need and celebrate together in times of joy.” — Community Member
Whether it is gardening, cooking, painting, or learning with kids, we all come together to share our time and give generously to our neighbor. Our resources are offered out of love as we share our blessings and burdens with each other. In this community spirit, we founded Neighbor-to-Neighbor with the intent of forming a network of support for people during rough times by providing concrete assistance.
Gather with us every Wednesday night at 5:45 for dinner with our community members. Dinner is lovingly prepared by volunteers from our community and we share it together with conversation and activities for the children.
Join with us in watering and tending our community garden and share in its produce. Planting begins in March/April and there are plenty of vegetables in summer and fall.
We have shelves of pantry items that are available as needed. We have an abundance, so come any time Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. or during Wednesday night community dinner (beginning at 5:45 p.m.) until 6:30 pm.
Taught by a realist artist, these classes are free for veterans, active military, and first responders. If you are not a veteran, in the military or a first responder and would like to attend, we ask for a $10 donation per class. The class meets downstairs in the Big Room on Tuesday nights from 7 to 9 p.m.
Bring your own canvas, brushes, and paints, etc. To register, please email the volunteer who leads this ministry, Mary, at firstname.lastname@example.org or text/call her at 410-591-1878.
For children in kindergarten through 5th grade, every day before and after school. For more information, see the Homework Club page.
There is a meditation room accessible Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Enter through the first office entrance and an office volunteer will direct you there!
Memorial Garden and LABYRINTH
The outdoor labyrinth and surrounding garden is always open for meditation and prayer. As you pull into the church parking lot, it is on your right through the trees. There is a paved ramp for access to the garden, and then a short walk through the grass will take you to the entrance of the labyrinth.