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Upcoming Events


Mental Health Awareness Month

May 19

Wed    |    10 am

Pentecost Sunday: Wear Red

May 29

Wed    |    1 pm - 5:30 pm

Blood Drive


National Gun Violence Awareness Month

June 1

Sat    |    9 am - 11 am

Laundry Love

June 8

Sat    |    9 am - 1 pm

Bell Tower Treasures

June 9

Sun    |    10 am

Sunday Service @ Freedom Park

Blood Drive

There will be a drawing for free gas cards for all who come to donate!

Outdoor Service at Freedom Park 2023

Worship Service

Freedom Park

June 9th

10 am

Cookout immediately following

This special event is given by the Vestry for the church.

The congregation attends as guests of the Vestry who provide the meal & do the work!

The service will take place at picnic shelter #1, the main shelter up front near the splash pad, miniature golf and playground.

The shelter is rented from 9:30 a.m. until 3:00 p.m.

We will begin cooking after worship and plan to eat around noon, so there will be time to enjoy the park before and after worshiping and eating!

Please encourage your fellow church members to come out for worship, fellowship, food & fun!

Laundry Love

Coming Up:

Saturday June 1

9 am to 11 am

Laundry Love Poster

"Giving the Gift of Clean Clothes"

The first Saturday of each month is Laundry Love day at Epiphany.

Wash Tub Laundry

403 Kings Hwy in Eden

We meet our neighbors, pay for their laundry and share some coffee and snacks.

If you have questions, please email or contact the church.

Bell Tower Treasures

Next Sale:

Saturday June 8

9 am to 1 pm

Be sure to come by and see what we have.

You will find a range of items available, from basic household items to household decor, furniture, jewelry and seasonal items.

Most items are gently used with exceptional prices.

Don't Miss out!

We wish to thank all our customers for their continued support of Bell Tower Treasures.

Remember proceeds go to support Outreach Programs at Church of the Epiphany!

Donations are accepted on Tuesdays from 9 am to 2:30 pm or by calling 336-623-9410 for an appointment.

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Pledge for 2024

Thank you to those who pledged for 2023 and to those who faithfully give to Epiphany, pledge or no pledge. It is because of you that Epiphany exists and supports a worshipping community doing God’s work in the world.

We are asking that you consider, or reconsider, your financial giving to Epiphany. This should be a prayerful decision between you and God. Please don’t consider this a chore; it is an opportunity to reflect on your God-given abundance and God’s intent for your use of this abundance.

All we ask is that you let us know what that answer is, even if it’s a commitment to pray each day for our ministries. It is important for the vestry to plan how to do God’s work at Epiphany and outside our doors in 2024. Without some indication of what to expect, it is very difficult for Epiphany to plan on living in the abundance received.

Please Pray. Please Pledge. Please Give.

Thank you.

In Christ,

Your Vestry

Your Pledge for 2024

Other Ways to Pledge:

  1. Email with your name and pledge amount.
  2. Mail a pledge to the church. You just need to provide your name and the pledge amount. No form is needed, but you can download a form here if you prefer.
  3. Put a pledge in the collection plate. You just need to provide your name and the pledge amount. A form will be available at the church if needed or preferred.

Humanitarian Response to the Crisis in Ukraine

Episcopal Relief & Development(ERD) is mobilizing with Anglican agencies and other partners in order to provide humanitarian assistance to people fleeing the violence in Ukraine.

For more information and to find out how you can help, please visit the ERD website .

The Mission Strategy

The mission strategy of the Diocese of North Carolina is a grassroots, organic plan that invites every member of the Diocese to be a part of it.

The mission strategy is not a starting point; rather, it is built upon the work done throughout the diocese over the course of years. It is not a first step; it is our next step on our collective journey to Becoming Beloved Community.

To find out more about the mission strategy, visit the mission strategy page on the diocesan website .

Afghan Refugees - How to Help

Potentially hundreds of Afghan refugees will be resettling in the Triad in the coming days or weeks.

CWS-Greensboro (Church World Services) is a leader in the resettlement effort.

Visit the CWS website for more information on how you can help.

Episcopal Migration Ministries(EMM) is also helping nationally. Visit the EMM site for more information.

Keep up with the diocese

Sometimes it is easy for us to forget that Church of the Epiphany is part of the Diocese of North Carolina.

Our diocese is very active providing resources, information and opportunities for Epiphany and each of us as individuals. As does the national Episcopal church.

Please take a few minutes to visit the Diocese of North Carolina web site at and poke around a bit.

Pro tip: Cruise over to the Publications page and make sure you are on the list to get "The Disciple" magazine and the "Please Note" weekly email.

Sunday School - on Tuesdays!!

Sunday School is on Tuesdays at 7 pm. We meet for about 1 hour.

We watch and discuss one episode of The Chosen. If you are not familiar with The Chosen, check it out here.

It is very informal. It is not uncommon for the discussions to wander a bit, which is ok.

We hope you will join us.

We meet over Zoom. The link is here.

Sunday Service

10:00 am

The Sunday Service is at 10 am.

We hope you'll join us in person each Sunday.

If you aren't able to attend, please watch the service live or recorded on Facebook or YouTube

Or use the links below.

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