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Harvest Day, July 14, 2015

On July 14, 2015 the Epiphany Community Garden donated 36 pounds of fresh produce to The Bread of Life Food Pantry. Varieties of Kale and beans were harvested as well as herbs, cucumbers, broccoli and onions. Zucchinis were donated from the Pilato family. We look forward to donating to the food pantry again in August […]

A Facebook update from Maryalice and John

A Facebook post from Maryalice  and John saying Thank You to Epiphany. To follow their full journey visit their Blog HERE. Maryalice Sullivan Not sure this will work trying to get thank you to epiphany, I am going to post hopefully here to you Thank you so much!Never in my wildest dreams did I think […]

Bread of Life Food Pantry

Lent 5 the Tweens visited the Bread of Life Food Pantry at Newman Congregational Church on March 24th. Each Tween had a different job throughout the pantry. Kids bagged groceries, helped hand out toiletries and pet food while others helped customers shop for food within the pantry. This service project helped the Tweens see where the Epiphany monthly […]

Rhythms of Grace at Advent Coventry

Lent 4 was spent serving at Advent Coventry on Saturday March 21st 2015. The Tweens cleaned the entire church from top to bottom. Dusting, sweeping, mopping and tossing out some old appliances and furniture. The results were amazing after all the spiders and dust has been swept away. This space will make a great home […]

Church Beyond the Walls

Lent 3 the Tweens served with CBW. After a brief introduction to the CBW ministry the Tweens went straight to work. Turkey and cheese, ham and cheese, egg salad and peanut butter and jelly sandwiches were assembled while bagles were spread with cream cheese all while enjoying the company of each other. After all the food […]

Capital Expense Fundraiser

In preparation for our new Rector, Jennifer Zogg, we have begun a few projects at the rectory and starting in April, we will begin making payments on the loan we secured with the Diocese to pay for the boilers. The anticipated expense for these two items in 2015 is $19,000. We are hoping to raise $15,000 with this Capital Expense Fundraiser. Giving can be done on a one time basis or as an additional periodic contribution (weekly, monthly).

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