Tuesday Concert Series Presents: Wen-Yin Chan: Masterworks by Bach and Beethoven, Feb. 11th @12:10pm

Levine School of Music Faculty – Wen-Yin Chan, piano plays masterworks by Bach and Beethoven.

To learn more about the performing musician, please view the weekly brochure by clicking on the link below.

Parent’s Night Out…On Valentine’s Day!

Parent’s Night Out…On Valentine’s Day!
Friday, February 14th, 5:30-9pm.

Enjoy your Valentine’s Day while we watch your kids for you!
We will be creating sweet treats, valentines for friends and family members, and watching The Lorax on big screen in the church.
This is your chance to have some kid-free time on Valentine’s Day with your sweetheart, and a great time for the kids to have fun together at church. And, of course, they are always welcome to bring their friends! Just let us know how many children you are bringing ; )
At this time; we are able to take the first 15 children to sign up, so RSVP soon.
All caregivers will be church members certified in Safeguarding God’s Children.
While we will have snacks, we ask that you please feed your children dinner before they arrive or provide food for us to give to them.
Parent’s Night Out is a free ministry of the Children’s Formation Ministry Team.
To sign up, please e-mail Rev. Melanie Slane, mslane@epiphanydc.org with “Parent’s Night Out” in the subject line or give me a call at (202) 347-2635 x20.

Tuesday Concert Series Presents: Matthew Loyal Smith & Joel Ayau, Feb. 4th @12:10pm

This week’s Tuesday Concert will be performed by Matthew Loyal Smith, tenor & Joel Ayau, piano.

To view the bulletin for this performance with details about the performers, please click here.

To learn more about the Tuesday Concert Series, or to view other upcoming performances, please click here.

Bulletin for Sunday, Feb. 2nd

Please download the PDF below to view this week’s bulletin:

Bulletin, February 2, 2014

Fanny Belanger’s Ordination to the Priesthood, Saturday, Feb. 1st @ Noon

On Saturday, February 1st at Noon, Bishop Whalon will ordain Fanny Belanger, the first French woman to be ordained to the Episcopal priesthood. The service will be broadcast live on the internet from Virginia Theological Seminary (Alexandria, Virginia) via the link http://fanny-ordination.net/


Jeremy Filsell & Irvin Peterson perform at Tuesday Concert Series, Jan. 28th @ 12:10pm

This coming Tuesday, January 28th at 12:10pm, two of our very own, Irvin Peterson and Jeremy Filsell, will dazzle us with their musical talents at the Tuesday Concert Series right here at The Church of the Epiphany. To view a program of their performance, please follow this link…

For more information, Visit the Tuesday Concert Series page of the Epiphany website at http://epiphanydc.org/epiphanies-happen/concerts/

Admission is free; however, a suggested donation of $10 is appreciated.

Bulletin for Sunday, Jan. 26th

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Bulletin, January 26, 2014

Eclipse Chamber Orchestra Performs Sunday, Jan. 26th @ 3pm

On Sunday, January 26th at 3:00pm, the Eclipse Chamber Orchestra will present a concert at Epiphany.  “Baroque Concertos” will include Handel: Concerto Grosso in A, Op. 6 No. 11, Susan Midkiff & Jane Boyer Stewart, violin; Vivaldi: Bassoon Concerto in A Minor, RV 497, Truman Harris, bassoon; Vivaldi: Concerto in G Minor for Two Cellos, RV 531, David Teie & Kacy Klopton, cello; Vivaldi: Concerto in B-flat for Oboe and Violin, RV 548, William Wielgus, oboe; Alexandra Osborne, violin; Bach: Brandenburg Concerto No. 4 in G, BWV 1049, Alice Kogan Weinreb & Carole Bean, flute; Joel Fuller, violin.  Eclipse Chamber Orchestra is composed primarily of members of the National Symphony Orchestra with the goal of making concert performances accessible to all audiences.  Freewill donations will be accepted.

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Closed Tuesday, January 21: Snow Day

The Church of the Epiphany’s Church offices are closed today due to inclement weather.
This closure includes: Al-Anon, Tuesday Concert Series, Street Church, Dhuhr Salat, and all scheduled ministry team meetings.

Do you know how many pipes comprise Epiphany’s recently renovated organ?

Music has always been at the center of worship and performance at Epiphany. The organ, Steinway, tower chimes, and acoustics make for excellent music of various styles. Click here to learn more about Epiphany’s musical instruments.