• Feb2020

    PULPIT EXCHANGE FEBRUARY 16TH AND 28TH Through his involvement with the Hope charity, Gary Balanoff met a member of Temple Shir Shalom in Winter Springs. The two of them initiated a meeting between representatives of that congregation and our president and our pastor last December. Pastor Janice and Cantor Kim...

  • Dec2019
  • May2019

    Remember Epiphany when shopping Amazon via Amazon Smile option.  It costs the shopper nothing extra but Amazon will send a percentage of certain items to Epiphany

  • Apr2019
  • Bring your family and friends –  all are welcome! Easter Breakfast  begins at 8:30 a.m. Easter Egg Hunt begins at 9:15 a.m. ( We have baskets if you forget yours!) Easter Worship Services begins at 10:00 a.m.  

  • Sep2017

    A Book Review from the Epiphany Library 10 Principles for Spiritual Parenting: Nurturing Your Child’s Soul by Mimi Doe and Marsha Walch, Ph. D. Library section8 K: Life Skills, Building Your Child’s Character.           What really matters when you rear a child? These authors believe that...

  • Aug2017

    Teaching Children Executive Function Skills by Ginny Soskin, Church Librarian A recent article from the Washington Post, by Rebecca Givens Rolland, a specialist in early childhood development, talks about opportunities for teaching our children.  While we parents tend to focus on teaching our kids their letters, colors, and numbers, we...

  • Jul2017

    A Book Review from the Epiphany Library The Gifted Kids’ Survival Guide by Judy Galbraith. Library section 10 D: Youth (Gr. 6-8), Character Building. This book for gifted and talented (GT) kids aged 11-18 helps them understand what giftedness is, its advantages and disadvantages, how to deal with it, how...

  • A Book Review from the Epiphany Library The Heart of Christianity: Rediscovering a Life of Faith by Marcus Borg Library section 3 B: General Christianity.   Borg compares the more traditional way of looking at God “somewhere out there,” as opposed to seeing God in, around, and under us. Borg...

  • A Book Review from the Epiphany Library The Faith Club: A Muslim, A Christian, A Jew – Three Women Search for Understanding by Ranya Idliby, Suzanne Oliver, and Priscilla Warner. Epiphany library section 7A: The Church in the World, World Religions. After 9/11, these three New York City mothers met...