Groups & Activities

Contact the parish office to learn more about getting involved!


Altar Guild

The Epiphany Altar Guild is a group of volunteers responsible for the care and presentation of our worship space and the preparation of the altar for worship.

Bible Studies

We offer Bible Studies on Mondays at 12:00noon (Women’s Bible Study), and on Wednesdays at 11:00am, following our Mid-Week Eucharist. We also have special evening teaching events through the year.

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Lovers of music contribute to the musical leadership of our worship at the 10:30am service. Rehearsals are every Sunday moring at 8:30am, before the 10:30am service. If you are interested in auditioning please contact our Music Director.

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Eucharistic Assistants

Our Eucharistic Assistants are licensed lay ministers who, along with Epiphany’s Lay Readers, administer the Chalice during Communion.


Our Fellowship team provides us with opportunities to enjoy fellowship over a meal, or other social event, throughout the year.


Healing Ministry

A team of lay leaders and clergy provide intentional prayer for spiritual healing and wholeness the first Sunday of the month at our 10:30am service. Home visits for communion, anointing and prayers for healing are available upon request.

Hospitality Ministries

Volunteers carry out Epiphany’s hospitality ministry as greeters, sidespeople and coffee-hour hosts to welcome all to our services.

Lay Readers, Lectors and Intercessorscrucifixion window in church

These are people specially trained and mandated to assist in the leading of our worship services.

Resources for Readers:
The Revised Common Lectionary (
Liturgical Texts Online (
The Text This Week (
10 Steps for Readers

Men’s Club

A group for men young and old who meet for breakfast and fellowship on Saturday mornings about six times a year.

Mission & Outreach

These volunteers educate the parish and provide educational materials and opportunities for our important outreach efforts of caring for our neighbours and for the world, from participation in a range of downtown Sudbury social services to the Primate’s World Relief & Development Fund and the parish’s support for Solar Suitcases in Mozambique.


The Epiphany team provides a free nourishing hot meal Friday evenings at the church, every five weeks November through April.

pentecost window in churchPrayer Chain

The Epiphany Prayer Chain is a group of caring people who love to pray for friends, fellow parishioners or for your friends and family. It is a great joy and a privilege to pray for others. If you would like to join us or to request prayer for someone special to you, please contact Ruth Corston at Please be assured all requests are confidential.

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This group gathers on Thursday mornings to enjoy fellowship, knitting, sewing, quilting, other crafts and a cup of tea!

Servers’ Guild

Servers and crucifers are an integral part in our Choral Eucharist services at Church of the Epiphany.
They provide assistance to the clergy during worship. Training and supervision is provided on a regular basis.

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Our Sunday School uses the Godly Play program. The program is offered during our 10:30am service.

Godly Play is a creative and imaginative approach to Christian Nurture and is based on long established, tried and tested approaches. Godly Play is a way pf preparing children to join in the worship and life of their congregations as they develop a deeper understanding of stories, symbols and rites.

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