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Wherever you fall on the age spectrum …whether you are single or  paired, with or without family…
lost or found… a life-long Episcopalian or new to the denomination…
like to sing or prefer to listen…you are welcome at Epiphany.

Join us for worship. Attend Sunday School or Adult Forum. Stay for fellowship and coffee after the services. We are a diverse, caring family and everyone is welcome!

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 community hiking trail.

Journey through 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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Join us on Sunday morning

8:00 – Rite II Worship with Eucharist

9:15 – Education Hour

  • Workshop Rotation Sunday School (age 4- grade 6) – meets on the lower level of the parish hall. We are exploring the life of Moses this fall. Register to join us at EpiphanyScoop.com.
  • The Group – a fellowship gathering for students in grades 7 through 12 meets at the church or at Duffy’s in Clarks Summit (Contact Uncle Rick for schedule)
  • Adult Forum – meets in the Commons Room off the parish house foyer

10:30 – Rite II Worship with Eucharist and Music 

In months with 5 Sundays, Epiphany gathers in the fellowship hall for a potluck breakfast at 9:15 followed by a single service at 10:30 in the church. All are welcome!


Epiphany is part of the Episcopal Diocese of Bethlehem. To find out more, click here:

Diocese of BethlehemFacebook Page 

Diocese of Bethlehem Website

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Sunday, Christmas Eve, December 24

Worship Schedule

9:30 am – Advent IV 

4:30 pm – Christmas – Children’s Sermon

10:00 pm – Christmas – Candlelight with Adult Choir 

NO Christmas Day Service

Workshop Rotation Model Sunday School

 

Experiential learning

for students age 4 through grade 6 – 

registrations accepted at any time !

Join us to explore the stories of our faith through art, cooking, drama, games, music, and more.

Visit epiphanyscoop.com for information.

 

Our Parish

Beautifully nestled on twenty-eight acres and immersed in nature. We have a newly-renovated parish hall. Our charming church is a picturesque place to gather.

 

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Epiphany is Searching for a Priest-in-Charge

To apply, or for further information, please contact The Rev. Canon Anne Kitch at anne@diobeth.org.

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What's Happening?

 

December 2 – Altar Guild Meeting – 10:30 am

December 3 – Advent Event – following the 10:30 service

Bring something to share for lunch and join us in this long-standing Epiphany tradition of preparation. Activities for all ages include: decorating the parish tree, making wreaths to take home, kids baking cookies to eat and to share, creating and addressing cards for our homebound, seasonal crafts, and lots of fellowship. 

Still needed: one more batch of cut-out cookie dough (recipe), folks to lead a craft (of your choosing), and clean-up help. Contact the office if you can fill any of these needs.

December 16 – Pageant Rehearsal – 10 am to noon in fellowship hall

This is our only rehearsal so everyone who plans to be involved in the pageant MUST attend (unless prior arrangements have been made with Uncle Rick).

December 17 – Annual Pageant – 9:15 in the fellowship hall

Join us for a unique telling of the Christmas story presented by the youth of the church. All are welcome.

Looking for contributions of goodies for the reception to follow – contact Barbara Little if you would like to help.

December 17 – Deadline for Giving Tree Items

Take a white tag from the giving tree in the narthex and bring the item (angel – toy for United Neighborhood Centers, star – 2 dozen cookies for homebound bags, bell – $20 donation for large print devotional for homebound bags) to the church by 12/17. Toys (unwrapped) go to box in office area, cookies (in freezer bag and labeled) go into the freezer, and checks (write “devotional” in memo line) can be put in offering plate or left on office desk.

December 21 – Caroling to Homebound Parishioners – 5 pm/place TBD

All are welcome to join in. We will be distributing gift bags to our homebound parishioners as we carol throughout the Abingtons.

December 31 – New Year’s Luncheon 1 pm at Gin’s Restaurant in Factoryville (TBD)

About Us

EPIPHANY PARISH PROFILE

To learn a bit more about Epiphany,
feel free to read our current parish profile found here.

Reach us via mail: PO Box 189, Clarks Summit, PA 18411-0189; fax: 570-563-2006; e-mail: cote@epix.net; or telephone: 570-563-1564.

VESTRY MEETINGS

On the 3rd Wednesday 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 Dr. Linda Rogers, Sr. Warden, if you have
a concern you want brought to Vestry’s attention
or you want to present a topic at the next meeting.

For the date of the next meeting, please visit the calendar page.

EPIPHANYSCOOP.COM

EpiphanyScoop.com is a website with more indepth information for children, youth, families, and friends of Epiphany. For the acolyte schedule, Sunday school registration and information, Ketchum scholarship application, vacation Bible school photos, and much more, please click here.