Summer Services

Summer Service Times: 10 am

JULY 7 – Holy Eucharist (Bishop Tom)

JULY 14 – Morning Prayer (Marion Collinson)

JULY 21- Holy Eucharist (Bishop Tom)

JULY 28 – Holy Eucharist (Bishop Tom)

AUGUST 4 – Holy Eucharist (Bishop Tom)

AUGUST 11 – Holy Eucharist (Bishop Tom)

AUGUST 18 – Holy Eucharist (Rev. Rhonda Hirst)

AUGUST 25 – Holy Eucharist (Rev. Rhonda Hirst)

SEPTEMBER 1 – Holy Eucharist (Bishop Tom)

Baby Armstrong has Arrived!

We thank God for the safe arrival of Bennett Aidan Armstrong, son of The Revs. Aidan and Sarah Armstrong, and little brother to William! Weighing in at 8 pounds, 9 ounces, the newest Armstrong was born May 29, 2019 in Sudbury. Mom and baby are doing well! (We trust Dad and Big Bro are ok, too…)

Walking Through Holy Week

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Join us as we walk through Holy Week…

Wednesday Evening, April 17th at 7:30pm we gather for Tenebrae. A Service of Shadows (or Growing Darkness)

Thursday Evening, April 18th at 7:30pm we gather to mark Maundy Thursday. The night our Lord had his last supper with his disciples and washed their feet.

Friday Morning, April 19th at 11:00am we gather in the shadow of the cross to mark the crucifixion of our Lord.

Saturday Evening, April 20th at 8:00pm we gather with our brothers and sisters from the other Anglican Churches and the Lutheran Churches in Sudbury to renew our baptismal vows and to celebrate the first Eucharist of Easter.

Sunday Moring April 21st at 8:30am & 10:30am ~ The Day of Rsurrection~ We gather to celebrate our Risen Lord.


Condolences to the Bolton Family

We regret to announce that the Epiphany has lost a faithful member and good friend today in the passing of Dr. Robin J. Bolton. He died peacefully after several months of deteriorating health with his devoted wife Barbara by his side.

The Boltons have lived in Sudbury since 1967 where he practiced as a Pediatrician and then as Director of the Sudbury Health Unit until his retirement in 2000.

A lifelong Anglican, Robin was an active member of Church of the Epiphany, where he was an integral and valued member of the church choir, a senior church warden and lay delegate to Synod. He was also the founding chair of the Downtown Churches Association. A lover of music, Robin sang with the Bel Canto Chorus and the Sudbury Chamber Singers. Active in the community, Dr. Bolton was a campaign chair and Board Member of the Health Sector of the United Way, a founding member of the AIDS Committee of Sudbury and a member of several committees with the Ontario Medical Association.

The family will receive friends at the Church on Sunday, April 7th from 4-7 pm. Robins funeral will take place on Monday, April 8th at 2 pm.

We extend condolences to his wife Barbara and their children Peter (Beth) of Cambridge, Andrew of Stratford, Tim (Jana) of Sudbury and Beverly of Dorchester, and by his eleven grandchildren, and one great granddaughter.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Church of the Epiphany Memorial Fund or Primate’s World Relief and Development Fund.

“May he rest in peace and rise again with Christ”

Lenten Quiet Day

“THE OBSERVANCE OF A HOLY LENT”  While the special season is still some weeks away during which we will be working on providing some Lenten programming, we are delighted that a parish Lenten Quiet Day is being planned with Bishop Philip Poole as Facilitator. Bishop Poole is retired Suffragan Bishop of Toronto who presently serves as Chaplain to the Canadian House of Bishops. Our Quiet Day will take place on Saturday, April 6th at the Villa Loyola on Long Lake Road. Everyone is encouraged to participate. Registration fee is $20.00 each. Bishop Poole will also be our preacher on Sunday, April 7th. Please make it a priority in your calendars!


The Outreach Team hosts their annual Book sale the weekend of January 25 – 27th. Stop in and browse a large selection of books on a wide variety of topics. If you’d like to donate books to the sale you can drop them off at the church office the week prior to the sale (January 12-25) from 9am -2pm. If you follow The Epiphany on Social Media (Facebook and Twitter) the poster has also been posted there and you can share it with your friends with a simple click.