All are welcome!
Show me your way, O Lord; lead me on a level path. Psalm 27:15
At the Parish of the Epiphany, we believe that St. Benedict, who taught his monks a great deal about hospitality, had it right: “All guests who present themselves are to be welcomed as Christ.” (from the Rule of Benedict 53:1) Whether you’ve already visited Epiphany, you’re seeking a new spiritual home, or you’re simply “church-shopping” online, we welcome you!
The Parish of the Epiphany is among Winchester’s most treasured landmarks. In fact, our building was once described as “the most beautiful middle-sized church in America” (a bit of a stretch, but ours is indeed a very beautiful church.) While rich history with the Arts & Crafts movement in Boston is a tremendous legacy, we don’t worship our building. Our building is here so that we can worship God in fellowship with others. And that — the worship of God, friendship with Jesus Christ, and service to our community — is the mission to which we invite you and your loved ones to join.
“For where two or three are gathered in my name, there am I among them.” Matthew 18:20
The Parish of the Epiphany offers many personal ways to discover an accepting, caring community and a place of belonging while you get to know us. Your unique spiritual journey will be respected, your questions welcomed, and your participation celebrated.
Welcome to the Parish of the Epiphany!
The Reverend Thomas James Brown