Interested in Exploring Confirmation?

Are you baptised, confirmed or have you ever re-affirmed your baptism vows? If your answer is no to any of these questions then come and join us for conversations about Christian formation and discipleship.   The Cathedral Confirmation service takes place on 14th May, so the coming months are the perfect time to consider taking your commitment one step further from where you are now.  We will be holding a series of discussions this Lent where together we will explore the teachings, history, and liturgy of the Church in more depth. We would love for you to join us.  Please contact call the parish office at 202-347-2635 for more information.

Explore Silent Prayer this Lent

Explore different avenues for prayer on Wednesdays in Lent
From 6pm7pm on Wednesdays in Lent we will be presented with different ways of approaching contemplative prayer: ‘praying with silence’; ‘praying with icons’; ‘praying with music’ and ‘praying with Scripture’. Contact the parish office at 202-347-2635 for more information.

February 3- Choral Evensong

Join us for Choral Evensong on Wednesday, February 3 at 6:00pm. Experience the music of Adrian Batten & William Byrd, sung by Schola Epiphaniensis.

At this service we will mark the feast of Candlemas. Candlemas, also called Presentation Of Christ In The Temple, in the Christian church, festival on February 2, commemorates occasion when the Virgin Mary, in obedience to Jewish law, went to the Temple in Jerusalem both to be purified 40 days after the birth of her son and to present Jesus to God as her firstborn (Luke 2:22–38). The festival was formerly known in the Roman Catholic church as the Purification of the Blessed Virgin Mary and is now known as the Presentation of the Lord. In the Anglican/Episcopal church it is called the Presentation of Christ in the Temple.


February 5- Hymn Sing with Theodicy Jazz Collective

Join young adults from around the diocese for a Hymn Sing with the Theodicy Jazz Collective on Friday, February 7th at St. Stephen’s and the Incarnation from 7:00pm to 9:00pm. Food and beverages will be provided. This event is free to all. For more information, check out the Facebook event.

February 7- Absalom Jones Celebration

Presiding Bishop Michael Curry returns to the Diocese of Washington to preach at a Eucharist commemorating Absalom Jones, the first African American to be ordained an Episcopal priest. The service, which will include traditional African American hymns and music of the African diaspora, takes place at 3 pm on Sunday, February 7 at Washington National Cathedral and is open to all.

February 9- Mardi Gras Party

On February 9th from 6:00-8:00pm, we will have our annual Epiphany Mardi Gras Party! The evening’s festivities include a New Orleans style dinner and a live Dixieland band. Tickets are $20/adult, $5/children under 12. RSVP to 202-347-2635. Tickets can be purchased online here. Please select “Mardi Gras!” in the drop-down menu.

February 10- Ash Wednesday

Come to Church on Ash Wednesday! This is one of the most important services of our church year, when we begin our Lenten devotion together. We are delighted that the Revd Dr James Farwell, Professor of Theology and Liturgy at Virginia Theological Seminary, will be preaching at both our Choral Eucharists.
  • 7.30am Morning Prayer
  • 8.00-9:30 am & 4:30-5:30pm Ashes To Go at Metro Center  (G & 13th)
  • 12.10pm Choral Eucharist with Guest Preacher
  • 6.00pm Choral Eucharist with Guest Preacher

January 24 Church Closed


The Church of the Epiphany will be CLOSED on Saturday, Jan. 23, Sunday, Jan. 24, and Monday, Jan. 25 due to severe weather.

A Note from the Interim Rector:

“By his command he sends the driving snow…” – Sirach 43.13a

Being reminded we are not in control may be a difficult lesson but one we continue to learn.
Please stay safe as we weather this storm. Our prayers for one another will be what binds us in worship on Sunday. I invite you to spend some time with the gospel reading and, if possible, post your reflection on our Facebook page. It will be interesting to see how each of us hears the word of God in this new context. I, for one, am excited to hear what the Spirit is saying to God’s people.
Be safe and God bless.
Elizabeth Gardner
Interim Rector


January 17 Sunday Bulletin

January 17 Sunday Bulletin

RESCHEDULED January 26 Tuesday Concert

Due to the severe weather conditions this week’s Tuesday Concert Series will be rescheduled later in the year. We look forward to welcoming pianist Tzu-Yi Chen at another date.

Our Tuesday Concerts will resume on February 2 with Renaissance music for viola da gamba, theorbo and organ, led by Amy Domuingues (viola-da-gamba).

Thank you for your continued support and patronage of our magnificent music each week. Stay safe and we look forward to seeing you on February 2.