At Epiphany we are committed to anti-racism and anti-oppression.
We are an open and affirming church to the LGBTQ community.
We welcome all.
The building may be closed but the Church is OPEN!
And we're ON FIRE!
Join Epiphany Online at 11AM
on Zoom or on Facebook Live for our Sunday Service.
email us for info on how to join our Zoom group
Wanna take a risk and give online church a try?
Epiphany is a church created with you in mind.
Please know that you are welcome
ESPECIALLY if you have questions, doubts, and reservations.
If you’ve attended an Epiphany service then you already know that we welcome all. We open our hearts and doors to the spiritually thirsty, seekers, questioners, the curious, and families of all sorts and sizes that are interested in following the Jesus path. Come join us for contemplative worship in a warm setting within a welcoming community.
HELLO AND WELCOME
We're not going to yell at you, tell you what to think or believe.
Come for a visit and leave your wallet at home.
Come try us out, no strings attached.
Join us for a potluck a meal or a discussion after our worship services.
All are welcomed and embraced.
Inspiring "Aha!" moments and epiphanies
We have no building to upkeep so we can focus on Jesus and God's dream for Savannah.
We pray and worship and promote God's justice, peace, and love alongside our neighbors. We offer a playful, contemporary approach to worship while also being steeped in tradition of the ancient Christians.
We're becoming a church that's truly good news for our neighborhood, and not one that promotes division.
Will you partner with us to make God's love a reality in our city?
COME AND SEE
Due to Covid 19 we are currently on hold with all in-person services.
We gather for worship on Sundays and other occasions.
We have a community pot-luck service on the 3rd Sunday of the month.
Children of all ages are welcome to join us in worship (we usually have coloring pages and toys out in our meeting space)! We have plenty of folks who are willing to be good neighbors and "hold the baby" as well.
In addition to our 11AM Sunday service, on the first Sunday of each month, we join the Community of St. Joseph at 8:00 A.M. for breakfast and worship. Meal and service take place in the homeless camp
off of Pritchard Street.