We at Epiphany are called by God to journey together in faith, to reveal the presence of Christ in the world, and to by sustaining a community in which all are welcome, by celebrating liturgy that nurtures us and sends us forth, and by caring courageously for our neighbors and ourselves.
Epiphany has a number of programs that serve our surrounding community. Our newest program is The Epiphany Power Hour, a free weekly social justice conversation series. Our most robust service is the Welcome Table, a feeding program that provides a hot breakfast to 200+ homeless and low income individuals every Sunday morning. In addition to the Welcome Table, we have church services on Sunday mornings, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Other programs include Street Church, in which we serve a free lunch in Franklin Park every Tuesday, our free Tuesday Concert Series, which boasts different music performances every Tuesday at 1 PM, and The Epiphany Power Hour, a free, weekly social justice conversation series that takes place on Thursdays. We also serve as a home to Street Sense Media, a paper written and sold by homeless vendors, Youth Service Opportunities Project, which brings youth from around the country to do service projects in the D.C. area, and as a weekday prayer space to the All Dulles Area Muslim Society. Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous, and Al-Anon also have weekly meetings here.