Fellowship Groups

At Epiphany we believe that relationship is primary in the kingdom of God. There are rich and varied fellowship groups that meet throughout the year for inspiration, support, and deepening relationships.


You are invited to join other parishioners for planned potluck meals in homes or other communal locations. Each group will be limited to eight (or so) adults (singles, couples, and families), meeting approximately once a month. These fellowship groups provide an informal setting for members to become acquainted, sharing their background and experience, and developing enduring relationships. Click here for more information and to sign up!


Please note that All Threads will not be meeting until further notice, as we monitor public health advisories related to COVID-19, and prayerfully discern the best ways to remain in good health and community.

Join this sociable group for fellowship and needle arts. While most knit, some crochet, embroider, quilt, or needlepoint. This group celebrates the variety of handiworks and welcomes everyone!

Their present outreach projects include prayer shawls for those who are ill and hats and other knitted items for Operation Nightwatch, YWCA transitional housing, and Teen Feed. The shawls are designed in a pattern that represents the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. After the items are blessed, they are given as a gesture of compassion and healing with our love and prayers.

Along with a knowledgeable group of thread folk, supplies such as yarn and knitting needles and a growing pattern and instructional library are available—so just bring yourself.

Meets on Thursday mornings, 10:00 am–noon. Please contact Trish Stone with any questions.