Welcome to the website of Epiphany Church in Newport, NH, a church dedicated to mission through outreach to the community. We are now in the season of Lent, preparing for the death and Resurrection of Jesus.
On the last Sunday of Epiphany, February 26, we welcomed service will be one of Taysa Combs, who runs the Newport program of Hope for New Hampshire, assisting clients in recovery. She spoke of her own personal journey to turn her life around, with the help of God!
And let us do our Christian homework for Lent! Our Priest will be using materials from the program “5 Marks of Love”, prepared by the brothers of the Society of St. John the Evangelist. The homilies at the Wednesday morning Eucharists at Epiphany will be based on this program. For information, 5marksoflove.org
Our Lenten activities include —
We celebrated Ash Wednesday with an ecumenical service at the Church of the Good Shepherd in Newport, along with Methodists and Congregationalists.
Wednesday mornings 9:15 am in Lent Eucharist in the chapel at Epiphany, Newport
Sunday March 26 – No service at Epiphany I Instead we are invited to attend services at St. Andrew’s, New London, on Saturday at 5 pm or Sunday at 8 or 10 am. Our Bishop will be visiting St. Andrews that weekend!
Sunday March 26 – 4 to 6 pm – Sunshine Diner at Epiphany. All are most welcome!
On Friday March 31at noon we will hold a service of the Stations of the Cross, at Epiphany.
On Sunday April 2 the Rev. Jay MacLeod will preside and preach at Epiphany at 10 am.
Holy Week services are on a sub-page! (See down arrow on Menu at left).
Lenten Bible study at St Andrew’s led by the Rev Kathleen Rusnak. “The Origins of repentance and forgiveness: Genesis and the Story of Joseph” Sundays, 11:45 am – 1 pm.
Read on! And we hope you will visit our church as well! We are open to all who seek to deepen their knowledge and love of God!