- Faith Formation
Pastoral Council: The Pastoral Council is a representative body of Epiphany of the Lord parish chosen by discernment. The purpose of the Pastoral Council is to collaborate with the pastor at a consultative level on all matters pertaining to the pastoral ministry of the parish. This consists of the evaluation of the quality of the life of the community as well as the setting of the visions for its ministry. The council, at times will collaborate with the Pastor in policy making when it pertains to the good of the community. The name of this council shall be Epiphany of the Lord Pastoral Council.
Financial & Administration Council: Together with the pastor, the Finance Council oversees and gives direction to all financial issues of the Parish. Membership into the council is by extended invitation from the Pastor. The council advises and councils the Pastor on development of the annual operating and capital budgets, reviews Epiphany's monthly financial position and manages the Long-Term Debt position of the Parish. The Council also serves as a policy making body in financial matters. The Council normally meets on a monthly basis.
Education Council: The Education Council is a discerned group of parishioners who evaluate, vision, and set goals for all aspects of faith formation at Epiphany Parish. They assess the educational needs of the community, and in collaboration with the Epiphany Faith Formation Department, foster development of programs that respond to on-going needs of all ages.
Knights of Columbus: The Knights of Columbus is an order of Catholic men and their families, dedicated to promoting the concepts of charity, unity, fraternity and patriotism. The order has 1.5 million members in over 10,000 local councils located in the United States and several foreign countries. Our local council has over 100 men dedicated to serving the parish, the community and the state charities of the KC. [Visit Website]
Ladies Club: The Ladies Club is a social and service organization for the women of the parish. Meetings are held on the second Friday morning of each month in the Parish Family Center. Our business meetings are followed by short programs, service projects, or socials. Twice a year, in place of our business meetings, we have catered luncheons with speakers or fashion shows. Baby-sitting is available for both the luncheon and the regular club meetings. New members of the parish are encouraged to join us and meet other women of the parish. Visit the Ladies Club page for more information. [visit ladies club page]
Forever Young: This group brings adults (60 and over) together to promote their well being, to provide social activities and fellowship and to provide continued spiritual growth for both the active and the frail.
Hospitality: The Hospitality Committee is a group of dedicated ladies, men, and youth who, on a rotating schedule, set up and server coffee and donuts to our parishioners and visitors every Sunday morning following each Mass in our Parish Family Center. Visit our hospitality page for more information. [visit hospitality page]
Epiphany Bingo: Bingo is held every Friday evening in the Parish Family Center., A wonderful opportunity to get a group together or come by yourself to enjoy some fellowship, great entertainment, eat some of our delicious food and win some money, too. Profits go primarily to Epiphany Outreach Ministries. Visit our Bingo Page for more information.
Child's Play: This is a State Licensed program for preschool children ranging in age from 18 months to 4 years of age (by September 1). Goals for our program are to encourage self-discipline, self-knowledge, independence, enthusiasm for learning, social development and intellectual stimulation. To provide opportunities for developing a growing awareness for trhe love of God and His world. Opportunities for learning experiences are based on the child's individual needs, interests, and abilities. Call Pat Berry for more information 281-578-9332.