105 Main Street, Orange New Jersey 07050
(973) 676-8886 | Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-2pm
Service Hours: 9:15 am Sunday
The Episcopal Church of the Epiphany is an ever growing community of people of strong faith brought together by a common goal: spreading God's love and will around the world, starting here in Orange, New Jersey. At Epiphany, we offer a place for everyone who crosses our threshold to feel welcomed in the spirit of love; a place of love and acceptance. We recognize each person as an individual sent by God, with the power to enrich our lives as we help each other through our respective spiritual journeys.
WELCOME TO EPIPHANY!
Epiphany offers a variety of ministries to get involved with, including Programs for Youth such as our Sunday School and Weekly After School Library Program
Oct 3, 2015—HOMECOMING GALA!
We will be accepting additional pictures from the past and present to add to our 110th Anniversary Book Journal and visual blast from the past and present for our hope for the future. Please see Jessie Wilkerson or call (973) 675-9044 to place an Ad in the Souvenir Journal.
Also, pictures are being accepted in the church office for a video to be shown on the day of the Gala. Please identify and/or make a copy. All pictures and advertisements for the journal must be submitted no later than September 13, 2015. Please send your camera-ready ad to: Mrs. Jessie Wilkerson @ firstname.lastname@example.org
The Newark Chapter of the Union of Black Episcopalians Invites you to:
September 19, 2015 @ 9:00 am
The Food Pantry is kindly requesting Canned Goods.
Please feel free to bring your donations during the offertory hymn. Let's help sustain our Food Pantry
Note: Effective September 1st our Sunday worship time will move to 9:15 am
Held at 9:15 a.m., we welcome all to join us in praise and thanksgiving! Coffee Hour following service every Sunday!
Wednesdays: Interfaith Food Pantry 10-11 am
Fridays: Clothing Ministry 6-8 pm
Saturdays: Epiphany Food Pantry 2-4:30 pm
Monday, September 14
Saturday, September 19
Sunday, September 20
The Episcopal Church of the Epiphany