ⓘ Church of the Epiphany (Anglican, Virginia)

                                     

ⓘ Church of the Epiphany (Anglican, Virginia)

The Church of the Epiphany is an Anglican church located in Chantilly, Virginia. It emphasizes "Encountering God through beautiful worship and believing prayer, building a multigenerational congregation that loves children and families and equipping every member to share the good news of Jesus Christ." Notable ministries and activities include a yearly free "Sports Camp" in Herndon for elementary-age students, bi-weekly worship and other ministry activities at the Arbor Terrace memory care home in Chantilly, and monthly donations of food that go home with students in need at Coates Elementary School in Herndon. Each year, Epiphany designates the congregations Christmas Eve offering to a special project, alternating between supporting mission outside of the United States and meeting local needs in Fairfax County.

Church services Sunday at 8:00 and 10:15 am. The average attendance on Sunday at the Baptism was 155 in 2018.

Epiphany Church is part of the diocese of the Mid-Atlantic Anglican Church in North America. Its current rector is the Reverend Peter Frank. Current Epiphanys associate rector-the Reverend Pamela mix.

                                     
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