Church of the Epiphany
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Who We Are
Church of the Epiphany, founded on January 6, 1963, is currently celebrating our 51st anniversary.
As the only Episcopal parish in Cape Coral we welcome each person to our caring community by:
sharing Christ’s healing love through friendship, prayer, study, and worship;
empowering each one to reach out in love and serve others in God’s name.
Sunday services are traditional following Rite I from the Book of Common Prayer at 8 am with no music.
At 10:15 am we follow Rite II from the Book of Common Prayer with plenty of hymns and organ music.
Sunday School and a nursery are available during the 10:15 am service.
Sunday school provides the youngest parishioners with religious education.
The nursery for babies and toddlers allows young parents a chance to re-connect with God.
Our congregation is comprised of people of all ages from all over the country.
If you are new to Cape Coral, please stop in to make some new friends.
A Coffee Hour following each service provides you with the opportunity to mingle.
When you visit Cape Coral, please consider us your “home away from home” church.
Ryan A. Wright, Priest-in-charge
What Members SayAdd your voice
Grodzinski MaureenI’m not a member. My husband and I tried to visit today. We looked forward to worshiping with your congregation before a later commitment. Sadly we missed that opportunity. The time posted for worship on your website was 10:15. The parking lot was empty when we arrived. We did meet a lovely couple who arrived and told us worship began at 11:00. Unfortunately we had another commitment and could not stay. We almost had no choice though as we could not find our way out of the parking lot and back to the main road. Maybe a sign indicating the exit route would be helpful! We did find the Bingo Hall open but couldn’t get out of their parking lot either! 🙂. Our son lives here. Maybe we can visit another time. Was your service at 11:00 just today or every Sunday? Do you also have an earlier service as posted on your website? God Bless You!