Epiphany Episcopal Church

Epiphany Episcopal Church God loves you. No exceptions. "The Church on the Corner" 3301 Hidden Meadow Drive, Oak Hill, VA Epiphany was founded nearly three decades ago as a 'church plant' from Truro Episcopal Church (Fairfax).
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Years of growth and vitality formed Epiphany as a vibrant faith community in Western Fairfax County. In time, a group within the church disaffiliated itself from The Episcopal Church. A small, faithful group continued as Epiphany Episcopal Church meeting in homes and then in a local school, worshiping, feeding the hungry, and caring for one another. Following a property dispute finally settled by the courts, Epiphany returned to its location in 2012 at the corner of the Fairfax County Parkway and Franklin Farm Rd. Epiphany is excited to build, grow and serve the community and beyond as it shares its space, especially with the thriving Epiphany Preschool. Worship with Epiphany is held Sunday at 10:00 a.m. with Christian Education for preschool through elementary at 9:45 a.m. Children then join their families in worship to share in the Lord's Supper. Coffee fellowship and delicious food follows worship. High School kids are encouraged to help lead and serve in worship, and with Sunday School. Young Adults meet the second Tuesday of every month for informal fellowship and Bible study. Family Worship, a kid friendly worship of one hour is held the first Sunday of every month at 10:00 a.m.. Morning Prayer held at 7:00 a.m. each Wednesday in the chapel makes our day better. Epiphany continues to build, grow and serve as the Episcopal Church in Western Fairfax County, helping provide for a weekly Food Pantry, and serving as a hypothermia shelter in the winter. Come, join Epiphany on our journey, where God loves you, no exceptions!

Mission: Epiphany Episcopal Church is building a Christ-centered community, growing in God’s grace, welcoming all in love, and providing for God’s world.

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Epiphany!!! It's Giving Sunday! If you missed worship this morning, you can find the replay here: https://youtu.be/QWzP_...
10/18/2020
Pledge Form – Epiphany Episcopal Church

Epiphany!!! It's Giving Sunday! If you missed worship this morning, you can find the replay here: https://youtu.be/QWzP_DcdVEQ What a great testimony from parishioner Jamie G! Listen as he talks about his experience with Epiphany during worship. Then, go online and pledge today on this Giving Sunday: EpiphanyEC.org/pledge

Join us tonight for our Drive-In Prayer Service and Food Drive at 5:30 PM in our parking lot: EpiphanyEC.org/drive-in

There is a lot happening at Epiphany! We are excited to have you join us. Blessings to all!

ONLINE PLEDGE FORM Please help us dream big by submitting your pledge anytime between now to October 18, 2020, Giving Sunday! Following Giving Sunday, the Vestry will take that information and begin forming the 2021 budget. Thank you for your support! Pledge Packet Name *FirstLastEmail *Phone Number...

Join us online this Sunday at 10 AM as we celebrate Giving Sunday at Epiphany! Rev. Matthew Dumont-Machowski will presid...
10/18/2020

Join us online this Sunday at 10 AM as we celebrate Giving Sunday at Epiphany! Rev. Matthew Dumont-Machowski will preside over worship this Twentieth Sunday after Pentecost: https://youtube.com/c/epiphanyepiscopal

Join us this evening as we worship OUTDOORS at 5:30 PM in the Epiphany Parking lot for our Drive-In Prayer Service and Food Drive : EpiphanyEC.org/drive-in

Blessing of the Animals Outdoor Service Canceled: Unfortunately the weather did not hold up today for our outdoor blessi...
10/11/2020

Blessing of the Animals Outdoor Service Canceled: Unfortunately the weather did not hold up today for our outdoor blessing of the animals. We will record the liturgy and post it on our YouTube channel in the next day or so. Blessings to all!!!💗

10/11/2020

The weather is not cooperating for our outdoor Blessing of the Animals service this afternoon. ☹️ Dana will record a reading of the liturgy and post it to Epiphany's Youtube channel in the next day or two.

A few photos from today
10/11/2020

A few photos from today

10 am service. —  nineteenth Sunday after Pentecost
10/11/2020

10 am service. — nineteenth Sunday after Pentecost

Good morning Epiphany! Join us for worship this morning at 10 AM. Rev. Matthew Dumont-Machowski will preside over worshi...
10/11/2020

Good morning Epiphany! Join us for worship this morning at 10 AM. Rev. Matthew Dumont-Machowski will preside over worship this morning. We will have a special blessing over all of our animal friends and a special message from a fellow parishioner: https://youtube.com/c/epiphanyepiscopal

Then, following worship, we will have our Outreach Ministry Meeting on Zoom at 11:30 AM! Come hear how you can help Epiphany reach out to the community in need. Finally, weather pending, we will do our in-person Blessing of the Animals at 4 PM in our parking lot in front of door #1. Join us as we are One Together with God's work and mission. There is a lot to be thankful for this Sunday morning!

Physically distancing, socially thriving!!! Epiphany Episcopal Preschool is open and enrolling! Small class sizes for ag...
10/09/2020

Physically distancing, socially thriving!!! Epiphany Episcopal Preschool is open and enrolling! Small class sizes for ages 2.5 to 5 years old. For more information or to schedule a tour, contact Director Gayle Massey at 703-466-5204 or [email protected].

Website: EpiphanyPreschoolOakHill.org

Tonight!!! Come out to Epiphany’s parking lot between 6-9 PM for National Night Out!!! ALL are welcome!
10/06/2020

Tonight!!! Come out to Epiphany’s parking lot between 6-9 PM for National Night Out!!! ALL are welcome!

10/04/2020
October 4, 2020: Epiphany Episcopal Church Celtic Worship

Thank you for leading us through Celtic Worship Art! Beautiful readings Marty! Thank you for the peaceful, meditative music Cathy, Jiji and the Epiphany Choir. And what a great reflection Myron! If you missed Celtic worship this evening, please take some time for yourself to be with God. Watch, be still, listen, pray, meditate and reflect. Even through our physical distance, we can all still worship and be One Together. https://youtu.be/I9L4sTPouCc

Join us for the meditative Celtic Worship Service at 5:30 PM. Find a link to the service leaflet at: https://epiphanyec.org/live/

Join us this evening for Celtic Worship at 5:30. Conclude your weekend with this beautiful meditative worship: https://y...
10/04/2020
Epiphany Episcopal

Join us this evening for Celtic Worship at 5:30. Conclude your weekend with this beautiful meditative worship: https://youtube.com/c/epiphanyepiscopal

Epiphany Episcopal Church is building a Christ-centered community, growing in God’s grace, welcoming all in love, and providing for God’s world. We are locat...

10/04/2020
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Another beautiful family worship! Big thank you to Rev. Matthew for helping us this morning. If you missed worship this morning, you can go online and watch the replay here: https://youtu.be/bt5jktIGHxg Great job to our newest choir members... watch the video after announcements see who they were :-) Special thanks to Elaine Inn, our Children, Youth, and Family Lead for her testimony.

Join us online this evening on YouTube for our meditative Celtic Worship Service at 5:30 PM.

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Join us online this morning at 10 AM for Family Worship! We welcome Rev. Matthew Dunmont-Machowski as he leads worship f...
10/04/2020

Join us online this morning at 10 AM for Family Worship! We welcome Rev. Matthew Dunmont-Machowski as he leads worship for us this morning: https://youtube.com/c/epiphanyepiscopal

Then, join us after worship for our virtual coffee hour on Zoom! Need the link? Contact Nadia: [email protected].

09/27/2020
September 27, 2020: Epiphany Episcopal Church Sunday Worship

How wonderful to have a few parishioners in the building this morning for our first regathering on this Celebration Sunday! We were able to stay physically distant in the worship space and worship together, celebrating how we are One Together through God's works with Epiphany. If you missed worship, you can find the replay here: https://youtu.be/F5DdoT651c8

Seventeenth Sunday after Pentecost Our worship leader today is Art Buck. The message is given today by our Sr. Warden Susan Buckner. Find a link to the servi...

Join us online this morning at 10 AM for Worship and Celebration Sunday! Parishioner Art Buck will lead us through worsh...
09/27/2020
Epiphany Episcopal

Join us online this morning at 10 AM for Worship and Celebration Sunday! Parishioner Art Buck will lead us through worship and we will have a special message from our Senior Warden, Susan Buckner. Let's celebrate being One Together doing God's work with the many ministries of Epiphany: https://youtube.com/c/epiphanyepiscopal

Preschoolers - 6th Grade: Sunday School today at 11:15 on Zoom!
Youth Group (7th-12th Grade): Sunday Circle today at 11:15 on Zoom! Email Ms. Dana if you need the link - [email protected]

Thank you to everyone who came out this evening for our Drive-In Prayer Service and Food Drive. It was a beautiful eveni...
09/21/2020

Thank you to everyone who came out this evening for our Drive-In Prayer Service and Food Drive. It was a beautiful evening of prayer, fellowship, and ringing of the bell! #OneTogether #EpiphanyEC

Miss worship this morning? You can watch the replay here: https://youtu.be/RxlbFKokepoThen, join us IN-PERSON TONIGHT at...
09/20/2020
Drive-In Prayer Service & Food Drive – Epiphany Episcopal Church

Miss worship this morning? You can watch the replay here: https://youtu.be/RxlbFKokepo

Then, join us IN-PERSON TONIGHT at our Drive-In Prayer Service and Food Drive at 7 PM in Epiphany's parking lot. For more information, go to: EpiphanyEC.org/drive-in

Drive-In Prayer Service & Food DriveSunday, August 16 at 7 PM in Epiphany’s Parking Lot Service Bulletin Join Epiphany safely distanced in our parking lot as we host a Drive-In Prayer Service and Food Drive to support the Food Pantry. We will join together in community, praying a Compline Service ...

Join us this morning for worship online at 10 AM: https://youtube.com/c/epiphanyepiscopalThen, come in-person this eveni...
09/20/2020
Epiphany Episcopal

Join us this morning for worship online at 10 AM: https://youtube.com/c/epiphanyepiscopal

Then, come in-person this evening to our Drive-In Prayer Service and Food Drive in the Epiphany Parking lot. For more information, go to EpiphanyEC.org/drive-in

Epiphany Episcopal Church is building a Christ-centered community, growing in God’s grace, welcoming all in love, and providing for God’s world. We are locat...

Presiding Bishop Michael B. Curry
09/20/2020

Presiding Bishop Michael B. Curry

The late John Fitzgerald Kennedy once said, “while on earth God’s work must truly be our own.”

The sacred cause of liberty and justice, dignity and equality decreed by God and meant for all has been advanced because while on earth Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg made God’s work her own. Because of her the ancient words of the prophet Micah to do justice, love mercy and walk humbly with God have found fulfillment. May we follow in her footprints. May she rest in the arms of the God who is love and the author of true justice.

Rest In Peace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Shalom.

09/20/2020
The Episcopal Diocese of Virginia

Great message from Bishop Goff...

Bishop Goff's Meditation for the Fifteenth Week After Pentecost - Forward to Church

In many congregations, September includes a “Back to Church” Sunday. At least it did in pre-pandemic days. Then, it was back to the program year, back to Sunday school, back to the habit of attending worship after a summer that might have included a vacation from church. This year, in the throes of continuing changes due to the novel coronavirus, I hear people speak longingly about going “back to church.” Usually what they seem to mean is, back to the way things used to be before the pandemic.

I invite us to shift our language, to shift the direction of our focus. Instead of talking about going back to church, let’s plan to go forward to church. I suggest this for a number of reasons.

The language “back to church” suggests that we’ve been away since March, and that is simply not the case. Our congregations have been worshipping faithfully all these months, some with live-streaming of services from the church building or from another location, some via ZOOM or Facebook Live, some worshipping in person outdoors. Many of our congregations have continued to serve the wider community through hands-on ministries, particularly enhancing food security for vulnerable individuals and families. We never stopped going to church during this pandemic. We never stopped being the Church. So the language of “going back” suggest something that isn’t true.

Soon, congregations in parts of the Diocese where health district benchmarks have been met may begin to gather in person inside the church building, following strict distancing and other protocols. Other congregations in those health districts have chosen not to gather in person, given that the limit on the number of people who can gather would prevent the entire congregation from being together. Those congregations choose to wait until everyone can worship in person safely. In both situations, the language of “going back” isn’t accurate or helpful, since entire congregations cannot worship together until a vaccine is developed, approved and widely used.

Even more important, there is no going back because we are being changed in this time. The Church is being changed. As we learn new ways of worshipping together when we are not in person together, we find that our worship includes people who had not come to church before. Family members from far away join in. People who, for whatever reason, have not felt safe walking into a church building are clicking onto online worship and finding spiritual nourishment. We are in a profound moment of evangelism, of sharing our faith experiences and sharing the love of Jesus with others. We’d be faithless to turn back from that.

We are being changed as we hunger for the Eucharist during a time of fasting from the sacrament. That hunger is revealing much about what is deeply important to us. It is revealing to us that Jesus is present not only in the bread and wine, but in other daily and ordinary experiences - in the smile of a child, in the text from a friend that is full of assurance, in a phone call from a church member who simply asks how we are. Jesus who revealed himself after his resurrection in the simple act of breaking bread reveals himself to us in simple and ordinary ways every day.

As we celebrate the Eucharist with less frequency in this time of pandemic, we are experiencing anew the breadth of our Episcopal tradition and heritage. We are a people of “word and sacrament.” As we participate in the sacrament less frequently for a time, we are rediscovering the depth and wonder of the word as we participate in the daily offices - Morning Prayer, Noonday Prayer, Evening Prayer and Compline. I’ve heard from more than a few faithful Episcopalians who had never prayed Compline before this pandemic and who have found in it deep peace at the end of the day.

We’ve also been learning that Church is a whole lot more than a building. Before the pandemic, I imagine that when most people heard the word “church,” they immediately had a visual image of a building with a cross and a steeple. Once this pandemic is over and we’ve learned what God is teaching us in this time, I hope that when people hear the word “church” they’ll picture community and service in the world.

We are being changed - for the better. There is no going back. Instead, let’s go Forward to Church. Forward into the new ways that God is shaping us. Forward into our church buildings with renewed commitment to going out. Forward into our church buildings with increased attentiveness and responsiveness to those who are not in the building. Forward into our church buildings with hybrid worship that feeds those present in person and those who cannot be present in person. Forward into our church buildings and forward into the world for the sake of the love of Jesus.

What will Forward to Church look like in your congregation and in your setting? How will you go Forward to Church for the sake of a world so in need of Jesus’ healing grace and love?

If you missed today's worship, you can watch the replay here: https://youtu.be/l-8TdnBEjxYWhat a great message of forgiv...
09/13/2020

If you missed today's worship, you can watch the replay here: https://youtu.be/l-8TdnBEjxY

What a great message of forgiveness. Have a blessed day!

Join us this morning for worship at 10 AM: https://youtube.com/c/epiphanyepiscopalAlso, Children and Youth (and parents;...
09/13/2020
Epiphany Episcopal

Join us this morning for worship at 10 AM: https://youtube.com/c/epiphanyepiscopal

Also, Children and Youth (and parents;-), remember Sunday School and Sunday Circle start back up today virtually at 11:15 AM! Email Dana if you need the link.

Epiphany Episcopal Church is building a Christ-centered community, growing in God’s grace, welcoming all in love, and providing for God’s world. We are locat...

09/08/2020
Back to School Prayer 2020

Wishing everyone a wonderful first day of school, however that may look for you and your family. Know that you are all in our prayers as we journey through our current environment together. Here is a wonderful back to school prayer given last week during worship. Blessings to all!

Join us online this evening at 5:30 PM for our Celtic worship: https://youtube.com/c/epiphanyepiscopal
09/06/2020
Epiphany Episcopal

Join us online this evening at 5:30 PM for our Celtic worship: https://youtube.com/c/epiphanyepiscopal

Epiphany Episcopal Church is building a Christ-centered community, growing in God’s grace, welcoming all in love, and providing for God’s world. We are locat...

09/05/2020
The Episcopal Diocese of Virginia

This Sunday, we will join the Diocese of Virginia in Sunday morning worship! You can watch on Facebook at 8 AM and 10 AM or on YouTube.

On Sunday, September 6, we gather online, as the Diocese of Virginia, for a bi-lingual (English and Spanish) Morning Prayer Service led by your bishops and diocesan staff. The Rt. Rev. Susan E. Goff preaches.

Please make your weekly offerings to your local congregation.

A PDF of the service bulletin can be found here:http://www.thediocese.net/Customer-Content/www/CMS/files/Bishops_online_chapel/Labor_Day_MP_Dual_Languages_9-6-20.pdf

08/30/2020
August 30, 2020: Epiphany Episcopal Church Sunday Worship

Happy Sunday everyone! We miss all of you. Here is the replay of today's worship, including a beautiful prayer for the school year from our Children, Youth, and Family Minister, Dana Hale: https://youtu.be/5gTyJ2rIXAw

Next Sunday, we will be worshiping with the Diocese of Virginia!!! Stay tuned for more details here on FaceBook and in the eNews. Blessings to all!

Thirteenth Sunday after Pentecost Our celebrant and worship leader today is Reverend Kathleen Price. Find a link to the service leaflet at: https://epiphanye...

Join us for worship this morning at 10 AM as we welcome Rev. Kathleen Price as our worship leader and celebrant for the ...
08/30/2020
Epiphany Episcopal

Join us for worship this morning at 10 AM as we welcome Rev. Kathleen Price as our worship leader and celebrant for the Thirteenth Sunday after Pentecost: https://youtube.com/c/epiphanyepiscopal

Epiphany Episcopal Church is building a Christ-centered community, growing in God’s grace, welcoming all in love, and providing for God’s world. We are locat...

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08/29/2020

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Loved today's (Sunday, April 29, 2020, livestream worship at 10 am EDT). Beautiful sermon and music, and great surprise video of family play music together near the close of worship!
First day of Spring!
The light caught the credence table just right a couple Sundays ago...
I went to the spiritual gifts workshop last night and I just would like to invite you to add one of the next sessions to your calendar if you possibly can it was really good!
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