All Masses this weekend begin in the Gym for the blessing of palms and procession to church.
All Masses this weekend begin in the Gym for the blessing of palms and procession to church. Epiphany of the Lord Catholic Church

Mass Schedule & Bulletin

Saturday Vigil: 5:30pm
Sunday: 8am, 10am, 12:30 pm
Evening Prayer: Sunday, 6:30 PM, in the Chapel
Daily Mass: 8am except on Holy Days of Obligation
Free Church Nursery:  Sat 5:30 pm, Sun 10 am
Hearing Assistance devices available at all Masses. Ask any usher to get one.

Palm Sunday Services begin in the gym on the west side of the Church: Saturday 530 pm, Sunday 8 & 10 am, 1230 pm.
Holy Thursday -- 7 pm
Good Friday -- 7 pm
Easter Vigil 830 pm
Easter Sunday 8 & 10 AM
with organ, brass and timpani; children's choir at 8 AM and traditional choir at 10;  1230 PM with the Contemporary Choir.

Reconciliation: Saturday 6:30pm in the Chapel.
Lenten Penance Service: Sunday, March 26, 5 PM.  

Reconciliation is also available on the
Wednesday of Holy Week (April 12) from Noon to 1 pm & 5:30 - 7 pm.


The Contemporary Choir provides the music for the 5:30pm Saturday Mass. The Three Kings Choir sings at the 10am Mass September through June each year.

On Sundays when incense is used, incense is never used at the 8 AM Mass.  That is the "less music and less incense" Mass.

Parking:  Extra parking is available at the Archdiocesan Pastoral Center.  From Britton, the next drive west of the Epiphany driveways accesses the Pastoral center.  Make a left, then take the first left to the parking on the north and east of the Pastoral Center.  There is a paved pathway from that parking lot to the church. that begins at the NE corner of the parking lot.

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Welcome from the Pastor

Welcome to the website for Epiphany of the Lord Catholic Church!

This week is the mountain top experience of our liturgical year.  We begin with Palm Sunday, the triumphal entry of Christ the Messiah into Jerusalem. On Holy Thursday we recall the first Mass, the Last Supper, and the mission of service committed to the apostles. On Good Friday, we sorrow at the death of Christ, venerating the Cross as a sign of our Christian conversation.  At the Easter Vigil and on Easter Sunday, we rise with Christ to new Life. Through these sacred rites,  my prayer is that all will come into a relationship with Christ, who lived, died, and rose again for us and our salvation. I invite all to join us in these celebrations -- you don't have to be Catholic to celebrate Holy Week with us.  All are welcome!

I pray that the content of this website helps to deepen your faith in Christ -- showing you the Jesus who is mercy and love.

Pope Francis says that the parish is a “community of communities... the Church living in the midst of the homes of its sons and daughters.” ... continue reading 

Announcement of the Jubilee

Merciful like the Father"Mercy cannot become a mere parenthesis in the life of the Church; it constitutes her very existence, through which the profound truths of the Gospel are made manifest and tangible.  Everything is revealed in mercy; everything is resolved in the merciful love of the Father. Mercy gives rise to joy, because our hearts are opened to the hope of a new life. . . All who put aside sadness and put on joy will live in God.” Pope Francis at the end of this Jubilee Year of Mercy.

Upcoming Events

April Event Calendar (PDF) 
April Volunteer Opportunities


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