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Whether you’re young, old or middle aged…
lost or found…
like to sing, or just listen…

Join us and attend Sunday School, or our after service coffee hour. We are a diverse family and have something for everyone!

Please come see our charming Church and beautifully renovated Parish Hall which sits on 28 wooded acres with a stream running through it and a picturesque hiking trail.

Journey thru our website and see more of what we have to offer.

This could be your Parish! Won’t you come and be a part of our family?

 

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Our Parish

Beautifully nestled on 28  acres & immersed in nature. We have a newly renovated parish hall. Our charming Church is a picturesque place to gather.

 

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We Are Seeking A Rector

learnmoreAs we search for our next parish priest,feel free to read our current parish profile found here.

If you have any questions regarding our search process, please contact Bruce Rivera or Jus Hoyt, chairs of our Search Committee. 

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CHECK OUT OUR ANNUAL EVENTS HERE!

EVENTS AT EPIPHANY:

EPIPHANY PARISH PROFILE

As we search for our next parish priest,
feel free to read our current parish profile found here.
If you have any questions regarding our search process,
please contact Bruce Rivera or Jus Hoyt, chairs of our Search Committee.

WORSHIP TIMES AT EPIPHANY

Welcome Back Sunday is September 14, 2014. Our Fall service time will be 9:00AM beginning this Sunday. We will also have a covered-dish brunch following the service.

Sunday School and Adult Forum will resume on September 21, 2014, meeting at 10:30AM, after the morning worship service.

Our Sunday School meets for grades pre-school to 8th.
Please contact Barbara Little for information about Sunday School and teacher opportunities.
Please click here to register your child(ren) for Sunday School.
Youth CHAT with Uncle Rick meets in the Parish Hall.

Wednesday’s Holy Communion service is at 9:30AM.
On the first Wednesday of each month, the service includes the Litany for Healing.

Our Choir rehearses on the first, third, and fifth Sundays,
as well as each Thursday prior those Sundays when they sing, from September through early June.
If you are interested in joining choir, please leave a message for Melissa at 570-563-1564.

Please come to a service at Epiphany ~ we welcome visitors!
We invite everyone to receive Holy Communion in our Episcopal Church.

THE EKUMEN CHORALE

The Ekumen chorale directed by Patrick Marcinko II will perform a concert in our sanctuary on Sunday, September 21, 2014 3:00PM. Mr. Marcinko’s program offers hymns of praise and thanks composed by an array of Eastern European composers such as Tchaikovsky, Chesnokov, Arkhangelsky and Kalinnikov.  His twenty-voice a cappella chorale is well known for its authenticity of sound-interpretations sung in the manner intended by these composers, and in the long tradition of eastern choral music.  This is event is free-of-charge and open to the public; free-will offering may be accepted.

TROLLEY TRAIL WALK

The beauty of NEPA in the autumn will be highlighted during a walk on the Countryside Conservancy trail on Saturday, September 27, 2014 at 10:00 A.M. Joshua Arp, a local tree and environmental expert and Clarks Summit Tree Commissioner, will talk along the way, highlighting area flora and fauna.  The walk, sponsored by Abington Area Community Classroom, will be approximately 1-½ miles in length and will be a prelude to the October 10, 2014 grand opening of new sections of the trail.  This event will be part of AACC’s goal to work with Countryside Conservancy and other community groups in offering opportunities to area residents to explore and learn in our community. All are invited to meet in the upper parking lot of The Church of the Epiphany that morning.  For more information, call 570-563-2402, check out our website at www.aacclass.org or visit us on Facebook.

‘SEASONS OF LOVE’ MEAL

Epiphany will be serving its next meal to area hungry
on Sunday, October 26th, 2014 2PM at Church of the Good Shepherd, Scranton.
As always we need people (beginning at 10:30AM to prepare the food, help to serve at 2PM,
be drivers to pick up people, sort clothing, clean-up, etc.
Please contact Sue Six if you can volunteer with this mission:susansix@frontier.com.
Our schedule is to serve on the fourth Sunday of each month, unless otherwise publicized.

USED CLOTHING DROP-OFF SHED

Sponsored by The Church of the Epiphany.
Located at 25 Church Hill (lower lot below church) Glenburn Twp/Dalton, PA.
Self-serve: drop off when you are able; no need to come during normal business hours; on-going.
Items Accepted: All clothing, shoes, sneakers, belts, purses, blankets,
sheets, pillowcases, drapes and stuffed toys.
Unaccepted items: NO rags, fabric scraps, pillows, plastic toys, household goods, or TRASH;
NO electronics/TVs accepted (these items may be taken free-of-charge to the Lackawanna County Recycling Center in Scranton, PA.
Tax deductible; receipts are located in the black box on the shed.
Please keep your donations clean and dry: put in tied or closed bags (extra bags are available at shed); do not leave donations outside of the shed.
Thank you.

REACHING THE PYGMIES NEWSLETTER

From Linda Rogers.
Here is our July newsletter.

PYGMY MINISTRY WEBSITE

Please check out this link to a website
created by our parishioner, Linda K. Rogers,
containing information, many pictures and
video clips from her travels in Uganda for
our Reaching the Pygmies ministry.

AL-ANON MEETING AT EPIPHANY

The ‘Everyone is Welcome’ AFG group no longer meets at Epiphany.
To ‘Find a Meeting’ go here.
There is a local meeting at Clarks Summit United Methodist Church, 1310 Morgan Highway, Clarks Summit, PA on Wednesday evenings;
please call 570-587-2571 for meeting times at that location.

AEM FOOD PANTRY

Thirty year-old organization which serves families who reside in Abington Heights or Lackawanna Trail School Districts.
Located in the lower level of Dalton United Methodist Church, 125 Turnpike Rd, Dalton, PA.
Open Monday nights from 6-7:30PM. Recipients may come twice monthly for food assistance.
A driver’s license and proof of current residency are required; there are no income restrictions.
Supported by the Abington Ecumenical Ministerium of local churches, generous residents and school districts through food drives.
To make a tax-deductible donation, please write/send your check to ‘AEM,’ PO Box 125, Clarks Summit, PA 18411-0125 and mark ‘Food Pantry’ in the memo line.
If you have questions, please contact Nancy Thompson, coordinator, at 570-878-8843.
Volunteers are always needed to help sort food, on Monday evenings.

DIOCESAN YOUTH EVENTS FOR 2014

Visit the blog for youth and young adults HERE
Please register for all Diocesan events at diobeth.org.
If you have questions, please contact Ellyn Siftar, Missioner for Youth and Young Adult Ministries at
esiftar@diobeth.org or call 610.691.5655 x229.

WHO WE ARE

We’ve updated our list of ‘Who Does What’ at Epiphany.
Please check out our Directory page here
to see all the wonderful things happening at Epiphany,
and to see where your talents would be helpful to us!
Please contact Linda Rogers, any Vestry member,
or the contact person associated with the activity
in which you are interested. Thank you.

VESTRY MEETINGS

On the 3rd Tuesday evening of each month,
your Vestry meets in the Epiphany Commons Room.
Unless previously announced, Vestry meetings are open.
Parishioners may attend, to present a topic or
to simply listen to current issues before Vestry.
Meetings begin at 7 PM.
Please contact Fr. Graham Cliff, interim priest, if you have
a concern you want brought to Vestry’s attention
or you want to present a topic at the next meeting.
Our schedule for Vestry Meetings are the third Tuesday of each month at 7PM in the Commons Room, unless otherwise announced:
next meeting: September 16.

SUMMER FELLOWSHIP AND EUCHARIST

Our first gathering was held on Wednesday, June 18, 2014. The weather cooperated so we were able to dine and play a lawn game outside!
Many thanks to coordinators, Linda and Fr. Graham.
Here is a collage of our happy meeting:

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{Picture credit to Linda K. Rogers.}

CHRISTMAS CAROLING

Thursday, December 19th, 2013 6PM
Led by Melissa Driscole and our Senior Choir.
Spreading Christmas spirit to our homebound parishioners.
Here is a picture of our happy carolers at Howard’s house:

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Photograph courtesy of Penny Mason.

A NEWCOMERS’ DINNER WAS HELD

Saturday, November 2nd, 2013
Many thanks to hosts: Linda and Jack
Chef: Alice
Dessert: Rachel
Here is a picture of our happy table:

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{Picture credit to Linda K. Rogers.}

IF YOU STILL CANNOT FIND WHAT YOU’RE LOOKING FOR

after perusing our church’s main website, then check out our Sunday School’s website.
Christian Education Director Barbara Little has a lot of ‘goodies’ there, about Sunday School, teacher opportunities, church-wide events, resources, etc.
Please click here to be re-directed to her website.