Epiphany is asking for an estimate of your financial giving for 2022.
Since 1844, people have been growing in faith together at Epiphany.
We grow in faith together through worship, outreach and fellowship. We grow together through celebration and mourning, giving and receiving, agreement and disagreement. And we also grow together in faith through questioning and doubt, revelation and understanding and the acceptance of Jesus and the Holy Spirit in our lives.
And through the generosity of people like you sharing God's gifts with Epiphany, we will continue growing in faith together.
It requires at least $180,000 per year to operate our church.
Your estimate of giving is very important for the vestry to plan and budget for 2022, and to be good stewards of the financial gifts the church receives.
See Sunday Services below for more details.
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 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 .
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.
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 https://www.episdionc.org/ 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.
Starting June 15, adult Sunday School will be Tuesdays at 7 pm. We will meet for about 1 hour.
We hope this change might make Sunday School available to more people.
The format will remain the same: watch the National Cathedral sermon from the prior Sunday and discuss it.
It is very informal. It is not uncommon for the discussions to wander a bit, which is ok.
We hope you will join us.
It will remain a Zoom meeting with the existing link.
“Do not store up for yourselves treasures on earth, where moth and rust consume and where thieves break in and steal; but store up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where neither moth nor rust consumes and where thieves do not break in and steal. For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.”
Please remember to continue fulfilling your estimated giving and making financial offerings to Epiphany.
Checks can be made out to Church of the Epiphany and mailed to 538 Henry St, Eden NC 27288
Or you can use the link below to use your credit card to make an offering directly to Epiphany.