Welcome to Epiphany Parish
We are delighted that you have come to our website to learn more about Epiphany Parish. We hope it will help you to become better acquainted with the people and the programs of our parish. We look forward to welcoming you in person!
Located in the center of Walpole Massachusetts, we provide a welcoming environment for all ages in which to reflect on scripture, be inspired by the Holy Spirit and renew our faith in the Lord.
Sunday, December 5, 2021
The Second Sunday of Advent
The Rev. Christen H Mills, preaching
Click here to be directed to our most recent Facebook Live worship service.
Morning Prayer - 8:30 via phone
Sunday Worship - 10:15
in-person-Indoor & Facebook
December 5th Bulletin - Here
Beginning Sunday, June 27th, worship will be held indoors and live on Facebook at 10:15.
All indoor, in-person worship and gatherings have resumed at Epiphany Parish. All parish groups need to follow the most recent COVID guidelines.
As of August 25th, social distancing and masks will be required indoors.
Sunday, December 5, 2021
Youth Group Meets 5:00
Friday, December 24th
Christmas Eve Worship
5:00pm & 10:00pm
Saturday, December 25th
9:00am - Morning Prayer
10:00am - Worship
Sunday, December 26th
8:30 - Morning Prayer
10:15 - Lessons & Hymns & Communion
Friday AA Meetings - 8:00pm
CHILDREN & YOUTH MINISTRIES
Children are valued and nurtured here at Epiphany Parish! Our Sunday School provides faith development through instruction, worship and fellowship for preschool through middle school age children.
Beginning Sunday, June 27, 2021 we are worshiping in-person indoors at 10:15am. We will also live stream this worship virtually on Facebook at
10:15 am (Rite II)
There is a telephone Morning Prayer at 8:30
I'm new! What should I expect?
What kind of church is Epiphany Parish?
We are an Episcopal church, a member of the Diocese of Massachusetts. We come together to worship as a community. Everything we do seeks to grow our faith, strengthen our community, and serve the world around us. Inspired by each other and our love of God, we strive to live lives as followers of Jesus Christ.
What does a Sunday morning gathering look like?
During the summer months we worship at 10:15am in the church following our COVID guidelines of social distancing as of June 27, 2021.
From September to June, we have two services each Sunday. Our services last about an hour. Both are Eucharist (Holy Communion) services. The 8:00 am (Rite I) service is based on historic worship services and retains the use of "thee" and "thou," based on the old English language of the 1600’s. This intimate service is perfect for those who prefer a quiet, contemplative worship setting. The 10:00 am (Rite II) service is a larger more modern service with updated language. While parishioners of all ages are welcome at either service, the 10:00 am service is most appropriate for children in Sunday School. Professional nursery care for infants through age 3 is offered during the 10:00 am service each week from September through June.
I have young children - are they welcome?
Of course! Children are valued and nurtured here at Epiphany Parish and we have a commitment to help them learn to worship. The presence of children in worship is a gift to the Church. They reveal God in unexpected ways to us, and they are a reminder that our parish is growing.
Your child is welcome to attend our Sunday School, which begins at 9:45 am and is open to all children from age 4 through grade 8. We also provide child care in the Nursery for infants and toddlers up through age 3 during our program year (September - June).
What should I wear?
Some people wear suits or dresses. Others wear jeans. We're just glad to gather together - wear whatever makes you feel most comfortable!
Where should I park?
We have the parking lot next to the church, but that fills up quickly. Street spots are available on Front Street, and around the Town Common.
WE WOULD LOVE TO MEET YOU!
Come early to meet Reverend Mills and the welcoming team,
or just walk up to a friendly face!
Join us afterwards for coffee and conversation - some of us have been with the church for generations, some of us only a few weeks. Or, if you would rather get to know us more slowly, visit our Facebook page, request a visit with our priest, or join our email list.