Welcome to Epiphany!
“Do not neglect to show hospitality to strangers, for thereby some have entertained angels unawares.” Hebrews 13:2
Newcomers are always welcome at Epiphany. The best way to get to know us? Come to a service. Our friendly ushers will give you a program and help you find a place to sit where you are comfortable.
During the service, take a minute to fill out a card located in the pew and drop it into the collection plate. We also have a guest book in the entrance to the church. A volunteer from our Welcoming Committee will follow up with you after your visit, to answer your questions and send you a packet of information. If you’d rather just have the information without the visit, send us an email or call the office at 781-729-1922. And if you’d like a visit from a member of the clergy, that is easily arranged.
Please feel free to browse our web site for additional information. In particular, the "Who are the Episcopalians" and FAQs may be helpful to you.
Would you like to get involved in an easy volunteer opportunity?
We welcome all interested people at our worship services and other parish activities. If you wish to become an official member of the parish, or have questions about membership, please contact the office.
Come learn more about Epiphany and our parish community! To answer any questions you may have, we offer Inquirer’s classes 3 times a year. During this relaxed 30 – 40 minute conversation, a member of our clergy staff speaks about who we are, why we’re here, what we’re doing — and how you can join us!
Whether you’ve attended services at Epiphany for one month or one year, you’re invited to attend one our newcomer receptions. Meet members of the clergy, lay leaders, and members of the Welcoming Committee for casual conversation over good food and drink. Make new friends, ask questions, and find out how you can get involved in ministries, programs, and parish life.
Please contact Kathryn Dominguez in our parish office at 781-729-1922 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Again, welcome to Epiphany! We look forward to meeting you.