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Sunday Service Schedule

8:30am HOLY EUCHARIST: Rite 1Chapel
9:30am Childcare available until 12:00pm
10:00am Sunday School for children age 8-12
10:30am Sunday School for children age 3-7
10:30am HOLY EUCHARIST with MusicNave (air-conditioned in summer)
(Choral Evensong
on selected Sundays)

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Take the Q


Friday • May 5 • 6:00pm (Providing childcare for Epiphany Under the Stars Auction Benefit)
Sunday • May 21 • 12:00pm
EPIQ Youth Group

Youth Group LJL no textEpiphany’s EPIQ Youth Group meets on (roughly) one Friday evening and one Sunday after church per month. EPIQ is open to all “tweens” between the ages of 11-14. If you know of tweens in the area that might be interested, please let them know about the program. If you are interested in your child participating, please email the church office for more information.




Music Meets Business
Sunday • April 23 • 12:00pm in the Chapel

led by the Rev. Dr. Barrie Bates
Viewing and discussion of a 60-minute film by the world-famous (and New York-based) Orpheus Chamber Orchestra. Orpheus performs without a conductor, using what they called the “Orpheus Process” based on principles of individual responsibility, shared leadership, and workplace democracy. We’ll discuss how this process might allow the Christian church to unleash talent, vision, creativity, and leadership potential of our members.

Barrie’s Theory of “Many Reformations”
Sunday • April 30 • 12:00pm in the Chapel

led by the Rev. Dr. Barrie Bates
As we approach the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther posting his ninety-five theses on the door of the church in Wittenberg, join us for this whimsical liturgical history, subtitled “We’ve got to go through this every 400 years.” We’ll hear how there has been a major liturgical upheaval in Christianity (at least in the West) about every four centuries – including the twentieth.







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The Story of Anglicanism
Sundays • May 14, June 4 and 11 • 12:00pm

led by the Rev. Dr. Barrie Bates

A three-part video series, narrated by Michael York as a boy. Each part has a video of about twenty minutes in duration. We’ll follow each presentation with robust conversation about where we have come from and what it means to be Anglican in the twenty-first century.

Part 1: May 14 • Ancient and Medieval Foundations
Part 2: June 4 • Reformation and Its Consequences
Part 3: June 11 • Creating a Global Family

The Romantic Realism of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood
Sunday • May 21 • 12:00pm

led by Dr. Dennis Raverty, Art Historian

The Shadow of Death by William Holman Hunt (1827-1910)

In the mid-nineteenth century a secret society of young artists exhibited work signed only with the mysterious initials, PRB. Influenced by both the Gothic Revival and the Realist movement on the continent, their work was derided publically by no less a figure than Charles Dickens for lacking decorum. Moreover, the brotherhood had ties with the Anglo-Catholic revival and with socialism, both of which were controversial in the Church of England during the Victorian era.

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