Frequently-Asked Questions

When are services?

We celebrate Holy Communion (Mass) at 10:00 and Evening Prayer at 5:30.

What should I wear?

We want you to feel comfortable and focus more on the service than what you’re wearing. Casual dress is pretty common, but so is dressier attire. You’ll fit in no matter how you dress.

How do I get to Epiphany?

We’re right on South Bay Street (Highway 19) in Eustis. Visit our Contact page for a map and directions.

Where should I park?

There’s plenty of parking in the parking lot behind the church and you can always park on the street if you’d like. There is no reserved parking for anyone, except for the handicapped, closest to the church entrance in the back.

Where should I go?

Worship services are held in our Sanctuary located on the side of the campus next to Golf Links Ave. 

Discipleship Class at 9:30 a.m. following the 8:45 a.m. Morning Prayer Service is in the Parish Hall located next to the Sanctuary building.  

Weekly Bible Studies are held in the Parish Hall located next to the Sanctuary building. 

Youth Group, Children’s Sunday School, and VBS are held in the Children’s building across the lawn from the Sanctuary building.

Where do my children go?

During the 10:30 service, our Children’s classes are the perfect place for infants through fifth graders while you attend service. Because we celebrate Communion every Sunday, children are escorted back to the main church halfway through the service so they can participate with their families.

Our Children’s Ministries building is immediately across the yard from the church building, with parking right behind it.

Am I expected to put money in the offering?

If you are visiting with us, we don’t expect you to put money in the offering. If you consider Epiphany your church home, we’d love for you to prayerfully consider supporting what God is doing in and through our church.

What are Epiphany's services like?

We strive to honor the timeless traditions of Christianity and uphold the authority of God’s Word. We worship according to the 1928 Book of Common Prayer supplemented by the Anglican Missal.