After the 8:30am and 11am Sunday services, congregants gather for refreshments and fellowship. If you would like to volunteer to provide the food or sponsor one of Epiphany's hospitality gatherings, please sign the Hospitality Sign-up Sheet posted at the back of the church.
The Very Reverend Ernest E. Hunt III, former rector of the Church of the Epiphany, wrote his fourth novel, Terror on East 72nd Street, available in book stores (it mentions Epiphany Church).
The Church of the Epiphany is an Episcopal Church on Manhattan's Upper East Side. We worship, pray, and minister in our community and around the world. Our parishioners are of many ages, many races, grew up in many faith traditions, and come from all walks of life.
If you are looking for a spiritual home, please join us for Sunday Services. Whether you are searching for Jesus, God, a community, or even something you can't quite put into words, Epiphany offers an environment and community where you can explore or continue your quest.
We provide educational programs for children and adults, as well as outreach services in both our local community and in Tanzania. Epiphany is also home to several choirs made up of all ages and ability levels, and, perhaps most important, our parishioners and clergy are hospitable, accessible and friendly. Please do stop by for a visit and introduce yourself!
The Reverend Jennifer Linman
Please feel free to contact the Priest-in-Charge at 212-737-2720.
Worship with us!
Holy Eucharist, Rite I
Sunday, 8:30am A simple service (without music) held in our chapel. Refreshments follow.
Holy Eucharist, Rite II
Sunday, 11:00am A beautiful service with music and choir. Coffee hour immediately following.
Sunday, 6:00pm We gather for a quiet, meditative experience in the chapel or, weather-permitting, in the church's outdoor garden.