10 AM Sunday Morning Service

(Primary In-Person Sunday Service with Live Streaming on Facebook)

8 AM In-Person Sunday Morning Prayer Service


Welcome to Epiphany!


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 commonplace of experience. Our Sunday Worship and experience is a blend of historical traditions, worldwide 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 120 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!


Our Vision

Unity + Diversity + Charity


Our Mission

Epiphany Lutheran & Episcopal Church is an inclusive community, grounded in the Gospel and compassion of Jesus Christ, embracing all individuals and families, and committed to making a difference in our world.

We live this mission by being a place where:

+ We celebrate our diverse traditions and our unity in Christ;

+ Each person's individual journey into Christ is honored, respected, and nurtured;

+ All are invited to take an active role in the life of the Church;

+ We actively support the health and well-being of our neighbors.


What does "Diversity" mean at Epiphany

20% With Disabilities

15% LGBT

5% Latino

8% African-American

2% Native American/First Nations

10% Asian/Pacific Islander

3% Middle Eastern

16% Seniors

17% Under 18



  • Easter Lily Order Form

  • Easter Volunteers Needed

    Easter Volunteers

    Flower Cross Team

    Set up and decorate the Easter Flower Cross for Easter Sunday Service. The cross is decorated with donated and/or purchased flowers on Easter morning. Should be finished and set up by 9:30 AM. Use of a step ladder is required. Removal and storage of the cross may take place during the week following Easter. Two to Three people needed.

    Easter Potluck Team

    Organize signups for Easter Brunch and Kitchen Clean Up. Two to Three people needed for Potluck Team.

    Easter Egg Hunt

    Communicate with parents of Epiphany and Christmas Gift Program Families for an Easter Egg Hunt following the Easter Group Picture. Team will organize eggs, Peace Plaza set up and decorating, Run Egg hunts and put all supplies and decorations away after egg hunt. Two to four people.

    Easter Flowers

    Arrange the purchase of Easter Flowers for Sunday Morning. Decorate the church on Saturday, before Easter and arrange for the flowers to be delivered to church members that are homebound or in skilled nursing, following the service or on Monday. Team two to four people.

    Contact Fr. Jon to Sign Up

  • Epiphany 101

  • Holy Week Calendar

  • My Lent - Soup & Study

    Strength for the Journey

    A Guide to Spiritual Practice

    By Renee Miller

    With simple supper

    Feb, 21st and 28th

    March 6th, 13th, 20th and 27th

    6:30 PM to 8:00 PM


    A Guide to Spiritual Practice

    by Renee Miller (Author)

    This collection of thoughtful reflections looks at events and activities of everyday life and discovers routes to spiritual practice and deeper, daily spirituality. At the behest of CREDO Institute, Inc., which hosts health and wellness conferences and is supported by the Episcopal Church Pension Fund, priest and CREDO conference leader Renée Miller wrote the 20 reflections and grouped them into the categories "Meditative Practice," "Ministry Practice," "Media Practice," "Mind Practice," and "Movement Practice." Each entry, accented with color photographs, is aimed at evoking mindfulness in the common activities of life, from music and moviegoing to reading, writing, and walking.

    For the reader who wishes to use the book to introduce or more deeply explore spiritual practices with other people or in an instructional setting, each chapter concludes with a nod toward who might be inclined to certain practices, based on individual predilections or personality.

    Renee Miller is a writer, poet, priest, entrepreneur, long-distance truck driver in training, and CREDO conference leader. From 1988 to 1997, she served as Director of the Diocesan School for Faith Ministry and as Canon to the Ordinary in the Diocese of Idaho. From 1997 to 2001 she served as Canon to the Ordinary in the Diocese of El Camino Real.

  • Election Volunteer Fundraiser

  • First Sunday Potluck

  • Gift Card Fundraiser

    Updated Flyer with corrected Enrollment Code. RaiseRight is a year round fundraiser for Epiphany...anytime of the year. 

  • Free Breakfast with Friends

  • JCM Free Thursday Dinner