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The Light Archive

To view past editions of The Light, simply click on the link to view the happenings of the Church that month and year.

   

Our History

The Church of Epiphany began as a small parish founded by an insurance agent who, while visiting policy holders in Euclid, found many fellow Episcopalians interested in forming a mission.

 

First congregation at Shore High School, 1928March 4, 1928 - First worship service was held in the gymnasium of Shore High School. Attended by 38 adults and 19 children

December 1928 - Bishop Leonard made his first visit, during the Epiphany season and suggested the mission be called The Church of the Epiphany

1931 - Ground breaking of the Church building began, led by the first minister, Rev. Maxwell Dowell

Easter 1933 - The first service held in the new Church, officiated by the second minister of Epiphany, Rev. Allen Roe

January 5, 1947 - Epiphany was incorporated as Parish of Epiphany in the City of Euclid

Dedication of the new wing 1962January 13, 1947 - First annual parish meeting was held

May 1952 - The cornerstone was laid for a 42 foot expansion

November 7, 1962 - Bishop Burroughs dedicated a new addition to the Church. It included the Christian Education wing, Administrative offices, Guild Room, new kitchen, Sexton's quarters and the remodeling of the Chancel.

1978 - Epiphany celebrated its 50th anniversary by dedicating new needlepoint cushions and kneelers

2003 - Epiphany celebrated its 75th anniversary

Youth Group 1930 Interior shot of the original church building Exterior of the church 1950s

   

The Episcopal Church

The Episcopal Church is the "middle way" between Roman Catholic and Protestant traditions.

Progressive Roman Catholics looking for freedom of conscience often find a home in the Episcopal Church:

  • Our liturgy is similar

  • We ordain women as well as men to the sacred orders

  • We support the inclusion of all people

Protestants of many different traditions find a home in the Episcopal Church if they are seeking a deeper sacramental expression of their faith where:

  • the Holy Eucharist is the principle act of worship on Sundays

  • there is a deep-rooted tradition of prayer and spirituality

 

Epiphany Episcopal ChurchChurch of the Epiphany

Today we are a parish of about 130 friendly, diverse, and generous people. We are traditional and progressive, believers and seekers who like being together. We extend a wide path in what can feel like a narrow world.

 

   

Worship

Worship & Formation

All are welcome at any and all of our services.

Sundays 10:00 a.m.

Holy Eucharist (Holy Communion) with Sunday School

Fellowship follows the service

Healing Prayers and Eucharist

Thursdays 6:30pm (note summer schedule!)

Centering Prayer

Prayer Room (downstairs) 7:00 p.m.

The first and third Tuesday of each month

Bible Study

Prayer Room (downstairs) 7:00 p.m.

The Second and Fourth Tuesday of each month

Fifth Tuesday Fellowship

Ad hoc

   

Fellowship

September 2016

Friday, September 16 - So Long, Summer Picnic at East Shore Park Club 5 pm

Sunday, September 18 - Birthday Sunday

October 2016

Sunday, October 2 - 2 pm Blessing of the Animals

Sunday, October 16 - Birthday Sunday

Monday, October 24 - 7 pm Pack Halloween Treat Bags

Monday, October 31 - 6 pm     Neighborhood Trick-or-Treat

 

November  2016

Sunday, November 13after 10 am Worship Chili Cook-off

Sunday, November 20 - Birthday Sunday

 

December 2016

Sunday, December 4 - St. Nicholas Celebration

Saturday, December 17 - Christmas Progressive Dinner

Sunday, December 18 - Birthday Sunday, Greening of the Church and Christmas Caroling

 

January 2017

Sunday, January 8 - Epiphany Cake Celebration

Sunday, January 15 - Birthday Sunday

 

February 2017

Sunday, February 5 - Annual Meeting after 10 a.m. Worship

Sunday, February 19 -  Birthday Celebration

Tuesday, February 28 - 5 pm Mardi Gras Pancake Supper

 

March 2017

Wednesdays in March - 6 pm Lenten Soup Supper and Study in the Guild Room

Sunday, March 19 -  Birthday Sunday

 

April 2017

Sunday, April 16 - Easter & Birthday Sunday, Easter Egg Hunt

Euclid H.S. Big Show EEO

 

May 2017

Sunday, May 14 - Mother's Day Celebrating our Sisters in Christ

Sunday, May 21  - Birthday Sunday

 

June 2017

Sunday, June 4 - Pentecost Celebration

Sunday, June 19 - Father's Day Celebrating our Brothers in Christ & Birthday Sunday


July 2017

Sunday, July 16 - Birthday Sunday

 

August 2017

Sunday, August 21 - Birthday Sunday

Sunday, August -  EEO at Blossom Music Center


   

Service

Epiphany Food Pantry

Each Sunday, as we prepare for worship, we contribute nonperishable food times to the pantry.  While informal, Epiphany’s pantry meets the immediate needs of local people looking for help.  In addition, Epiphany contributes financially, as well as with in-kind support, to the Euclid Food Pantry. If you would like to donate items to the pantry, please do so before the services on Sunday, or call the Church office at 216.731.1316 to set up a drop-off time.

 

Lakeside Men’s Shelter

Our feeding ministry includes preparing lunch once a month for 300 men at Cleveland’s largest men’s shelter.

 

Peace by Piece Prayer Shawl Ministry­

Each third Monday of every month we meet to knit, crochet and bless prayer shawls and lap blankets for those in need of God’s healing presence.  Anyone interested in learning these crafts are welcome to join us.