Epiphany Catholic Church

Modern Catholic Church in Louisville, KY, USA Louisville, KY
Epiphany Catholic Church

Who We Are

Epiphany is an alive, spirit-filled community of 1,500 families who gather to celebrate God in our midst, to engage in life long formation and to serve others.

Our liturgies are enveloped in a feeling of warmth and hospitality. Epiphany’s commitment to liturgical excellence is evident in its superior music and proclamation of the Word.

Even though there is no school, Epiphany offers an outstanding Catholic education. Sunday classes and experiences provide all age levels an opportunity to grow in knowledge and spirituality.

Our unique worship space with its unfinished appearance and glass walls reminds us that our own journeys are unfinished and that the Gospel message requires us to focus outwards to participate in and impact the wider world.

Since the founding of our parish in 1971, Epiphany has been rooted in the vision of the Second Vatican Council. Each year we rededicate ourselves to our vision statement which is the cornerstone of our commitment to the world. Its text, seen below, circles the interior of our worship space as a constant reminder of our charge.

About Us

Vibe
Friendly, Inclusive

Programs
Community Service, Social Justice, Children's Ministry, Youth Group, Choir, Missions, Adult Education, Food Pantry

Denomination
Catholic

Size
Medium

Language
English, American Sign Language

Founded
1971

Contact

Address
914 Old Harrods Creek Rd
Louisville, KY 40223-2541

Phone
(502) 245-9733

Website

Directions
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Leadership View all

Randall Hubbard

Born and bred in Meade County, Kentucky, I grew up on our family farm where my parents, Randall and Georgina, continue to reside and operate the farm. I am the oldest of four – one brother, George, and two sisters, Lori and Karen. I have 12 nieces and nephews and six great-nieces and nephews. My day-off is spent on the family farm and being with family; they keep me rooted and remind from whence I come. Growing up in rural Kentucky and attending the University of Kentucky, I am an avid “Big Blue” fan. I am also a huge tennis fan and enjoying playing competitively. While at UK, I “found Jesus” and then transferred to St. Meinrad College where I received a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology, and then later received a Master of Divinity and a Master of Arts in theology from St. Meinrad School of Theology. I was ordained a priest for the Archdiocese of Louisville in 1990. I have served as an Associate Pastor at the following parishes: St. Helen (Shively), Holy Spirit, St. James (Elizabethtown) and St. Raphael the Archangel. I was also assigned as the chaplain for the Catholic Deaf community who patiently taught me sign language and blessed me with a new way of experiencing faith and worship. In 2003, I was appointed to my first pastorate for St. Stephen Martyr parish. Throughout my priesthood, the one cohesive element has been Mass and good liturgy. I firmly believe that if we pray well together, God will take care of everything else. I thank God for my rural roots, for the many good pastors that mentored me as their associate, for the new vision Deaf Catholics taught me and for the patience and faithful witness of the parishioners of St. Stephen Martyr. As pastor of Epiphany parish, I look forward to serving alongside the people of Epiphany and continuing to grow in faith, hope and love.

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