The mission of Epiphany Lutheran Church is to show forth Christ
by proclaiming the Gospel to form lives through scripture, the promises of Baptism,
the sharing of the Lord’s Supper and service to neighbor.
Clergy Food Justice Roundtable
A collaboration between Church Health Faith Community Outreach, the CBU Department of Religion and Philosophy, Memphis Tilth and the Memphis Center for Food and Faith, our Clergy Food Justice Roundtables are a way to connect Memphis’ faith leadership with one another and affect meaningful change on issues of food justice. Sign up to join us at the Epiphany Community Garden on December 7th!
|9:15 am||Choir Practice|
|9:15 am||Sunday School (Ages 5+ - Adult)|
|10 am||Worship w/ Holy Communion|
|11:15 am||Coffee Fellowship|
|5 pm||Centering Prayer|
To view our complete upcoming schedule, take a look at our Calendar of Events.
Interested in learning more about Epiphany?
Email your questions, or join us for worship Sundays at 10 am!
If you've been searching for a Christian faith community that offers a warm welcome, joyful messages about God's mercy and grace, great fellowship, and the chance to use your hands to do God's work, then we invite you to spend some time getting to know us at Epiphany Lutheran Church.
We're a small but mighty ELCA congregation that welcomes all people, just as Christ does. All are welcome to Christ's table, where we celebrate God's unconditional forgiveness in bread and wine, through the power of the Holy Spirit that unites us. At Epiphany, men, women, and children participate in every phase of congregational life, and we'd welcome your participation, too.
You may have heard about Epiphany's Community Garden: our garden volunteers lovingly tend a 5-acre site at Epiphany Home Place (corner of Bray Station Rd. & Wolf River Blvd) and that produces over 1,400 lbs. of produce each year; these vegetables are donated to our friends at the Collierville Food Bank, and to the Page Robbins Senior Center. We take Jesus' command to "feed my sheep" seriously at Epiphany; here, whole families can learn together what it means to care for neighbor, out of our love for Christ.
Come worship with us soon, and if you have any questions, please call me at (901) 861-6227. In the meantime, we pray for you, and for all God's people. May the peace of Christ fill your heart, Pastor Monica Weber
Have you ever been entrusted with a valuable resource, expected to protect it, cherish it, or put it to good use so that it will increase? Jesus reminds us that we must be good and faithful stewards of what God gives to us: our lives, our possessions, our relationships and our Earth. Don’t hoard what God has blessed you with: send it back out into the world to care for those who have nothing, or to proclaim the Gospel’s Good News of mercy to the darkest corners of this suffering world. Use the gifts entrusted to you by God to benefit all people.
You are a beloved Child of God, and the faith community of Epiphany Lutheran Church welcomes you, and all people, to worship, study and fellowship with us. We are neither a perfect church nor perfect people. We're just us. Incredibly ordinary. Amazingly diverse. Real. No matter who you are or what you've been through, we welcome you and invite you to hear the Word of God and experience the love of Jesus Christ. Pastor Monica is happy to meet with you and answer your questions about the Lutheran faith. We invite you to check our calendar and join us at an upcoming service or event.