ALL ARE WELCOME
Visiting a church for the first time can be stressful. We understand. Here are some questions you may have, as you come to Epiphany for the first time.
Are children welcome in worship?
Absolutely. We think it is important for children to be present at worship. At worship, children are shaped by things that we say and do together in that hour, helping them develop a lifelong faith. We do not expect children in worship to act like adults – since they aren’t. We often hear babies and children throughout the worship service and truly consider them joyful noises. If the noise of your child is bothering you, you are also welcome to step to the large entryway where you can still hear the service and large windows let you see inside the sanctuary.
How should I dress?
You will find that the people of Epiphany are comfortable dressing in many ways. Some dress in jeans and t-shirts while others dress up and everything in between. You are welcome to dress however you feel most comfortable.
Where should I park and where do I enter the building?
When you arrive at Epiphany you will want to park in the parking lot with the entrance from Linda Drive. Once you park, enter the main door, the middle of three entrances to our building which face our parking lot, where you will be welcomed by one of our greeters.
What is the worship service like?
Our Sunday morning worship at Epiphany is both traditional and relaxed. On a given Sunday you will hear piano music with an order of service shaped by Lutheran tradition. Almost every Sunday we celebrate Holy Communion, which is central to our worship. At Epiphany, we welcome all baptized Christians to join us at God’s table, where we receive the body and blood of Christ.
If you have other questions, please feel free to contact us or visit our Facebook page.
at 9:00 a.m.
(age 2 to 5th grade)
Watch the bulletin and newsletter for more information about these special services held throughout the year:
Outdoor Worship &
God's Work, Our Hands
Bring a Friend Sunday
Service of Healing
Midweek Lent Services