What to Expect

At Epiphany Station we care more about where you’re going than where you’ve been or what you wear. Whether you’re exploring Christianity for the first time, coming home after a time away, or have been a faithful Christian all your life, you will find Epiphany Station to be a place where imperfect people experience the perfect love of God. Wherever you are on your journey, Epiphany Station is ready to welcome you. No strings attached. Just Love God. Love people. Period.

With that said, we have a pretty casual atmosphere--most people wear jeans and t-shirts or sweatshirts, but some people like to dress up. Feel free to wear what’s most appropriately comfortable for you.

When you arrive...

  • Be welcomed at the door by a friendly greeter
  • Check in your children (To ensure that every child is accounted for, we ask that you take a brief moment to check them in if they are 3 years old or younger. You will be printed a label for each child with a corresponding label for you to keep.)
  • Visit the “Fuel Station” for light snacks, tea, and our very own fresh-roasted gourmet coffee.
  • Find a seat in the worship space

Inside the Worship Experience

We refer to our church services as “worship experiences” because that’s what they are. We have three goals for every worship experience:

  • Celebrate who God is, what He has done, and what He is doing in our lives right now.
  • Connect people with God and each other.
  • Challenge people wherever they are to take one step closer to God.

Typical Worship Experience
-More songs
-Children dismissed
-Final song

You will notice that we don’t take an offering at Epiphany Station. We believe that giving of one’s finances is a commitment that one makes to God and to the local church. Those who consider Epiphany Station to be their home choose to give voluntarily as an act of discipleship. As our guest, there is no expectation for you to give. Should you desire to give, there are red boxes located throughout the lobby and in the back of the worship area to place your donation. Or you may give securely online any time.

We typically participate in the Lord’s Supper (also called communion or Eucharist depending on your tradition) once a month. Anyone who has made a decision to follow Jesus Christ is welcome to participate in this time of prayer and reflection.

After the Worship Experience

People often hang out to chat or pray for a while, and the children play. You are welcome to stay as long or as short as you’d like. We view conversation as part of the worship experience and hope that you will experience God through the music, message and people you meet.