Sunday Morning Worship Service

10:00 AM

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Marina is a city that is at the crossroads of our county and one of the most diverse cities in the nation. The opportunity to meet so many people, from so many places adds adventure and fun to our community. As one of your neighbors, we would like to take a moment to introduce our special community within Marina - Epiphany Lutheran & Episcopal Church.

We are a true blend. Diversity for us is more then a culture or ethnicity. It is the way of our faith life. With both the Lutheran (ELCA ) and Episcopal Churches coming together under one roof, we truly express diversity in our walk of faith.

We do not always see the world through the same eyes of experience, so we search and celebrate the faith touchstones that can bring us to a common place of experience. Our Sunday Worship and experience is a blend of historical traditions, world wide community, contemporary music, as well as prayer and fellowship of other sojourners, all with a focus on the integrity of our blended community.

What will you see at Epiphany? Our average Sunday worship is about 45 people, in a small chapel (Church membership is over 100 and growing. But, not everyone comes every Sunday). However, the chapel is still large enough, that if you want to be quietly unnoticed and check things out, you can. Music that is contemporary (not Praise), with a choir that will amaze you. We do not seek perfection in the worship, we celebrate our gifts. Some people dress casual and some in their Sunday best. You will see a community dedicated to community service and making our world a better place. We strive for excellent preaching every Sunday (We realize that even the preacher can not reach perfection every Sunday). However everyone will welcome you, and we can promise that you can be you; the whole you.





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  • A message from Bishop Mary, regarding the passing of Bishop Shannon Mallory

    Dear Friends,

    It is with sadness that we announce the death of Shannon Mallory, first bishop of the Diocese of El Camino Real. As we know, Shannon has been ill with leukemia. He died this morning with friends and family having accompanied him in love and prayer along his journey toward death. May he now rest in peace and rise in glory.

    Let us hold our stories and memories shared with Shannon, giving thanks for his gifts of leadership and adventurous spirit that helped our diocese to have its founding.  We pray now for all those who mourn, particularly his family and dearest friends.

    His daughter Teresa asked that the following message about her father be shared today:

    “Shannon Mallory died on April 4, 2018, in Monterey, Cal. Born September 9, 1936, he was a graduate of General Theological Seminary.

    Bishop Mallory was a lover of social justice and delighted in the diversity of the world's people, cultures, and religions. Some of his happiest days were the 18 years spent in Africa. Pastoral ministry was where he shined. He loved home visits, sitting and listening to stories of people and their journeys with God.

    Bishop Mallory was predeceased by Martha (“Marti”), wife of eight years, and Antonia (“Toni”) wife of 19 years. He is survived by his brother William Lee Mallory; Mondi, wife of 33 years and mother of his five children. He has nine grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. His memorial will be at St. Margaret's Episcopal Church in Palm Desert, Cal., to be announced at a later date.

    ‘It was all a blessing,’ he wrote in his book Blacklisted, ‘and God has a delightful sense of humor.’”

    Almighty God, our Father in heaven, before whom live all who die in the Lord: Receive our brother Shannon into the courts of your heavenly dwelling place. Let his heart and soul now ring out in joy to you, O Lord, the living God, and the God of those who live. This we ask through Christ our Lord. Amen.

    With grace and peace,


  • Karyn's Taize Service Download

    To listen to Karyn's Memorial Taize Service click on http://www.epiphanymarina.org/page/karyns_memorial_taize_service

  April 2018  
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