3285 Buffalo Rd
Rochester, NY 14624
(585) 247-4190

Worship Services

Worship is central to the life of our parish. We believe that worship connects us with God, each other, and that the Gospel calls us out into our community as agents of change. The shape of our liturgy is meant to be formed and informed with beauty and holiness to reflect the grace and beauty and holiness of God. We seek to…

Visiting – What to Expect on a Sunday Morning

Greeters will welcome you at the front door of the parish, and Ushers will greet you by the main doors into the church, and they will give you a Sunday service bulletin. The Greeters and Ushers are a good source for any questions you may have before, or during the service. If you have any special needs, like you are unable to…


Music is an integral part of the 10 A.M. service.  The Organist plays the organ and directs the Choir. Michael Parisi directs the Handbell Choir, and guest musicians from inside and outside the congregation often add to the music.


There are many ways to be an active participant in worship services at Epiphany, both behind the scenes and throughout the service. No matter what your talent, there is a place for you at Epiphany! Acolytes Acolytes assist in worship by carrying the Processional Cross, lighting candles, holding the Gospel book, holding candles or torches, handling the Offertory plate, assisting the Deacon…


Baptism is a Sacrament: an outward and visible sign of inward and invisible non-material reality. Our  Book of Common Prayer states: a sacrament is an outward and visible signs of inward and spiritual grace, given by Christ as sure and certain means by which we receive that grace. Grace is God’s favor toward us, unearned and undeserved; by grace God forgives our sins, enlightens our…

Funeral Policy

The funeral liturgy for the dead is really an Easter liturgy. It finds meaning in the resurrection of Jesus and in faith we believe that the dead in Christ too, shall be raised. The liturgy, therefore, is characterized by joy, in the certainty that “neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor principalities, nor things present, nor things to come, nor powers, nor height, nor depth,…

Sunday Bulletins

Bulletin – Trinity Sunday June 6th Due to the COVID-19 virus the parish gathers together for worship every Sunday at 9:30am via Zoom. Everyone is welcome to join us! Please go to our Facebook page for the Zoom link details. We hope you are doing okay – these are not the easiest of times. But together we can do this!