Bring the kids!

Our Sunday School is growing in leaps and bounds. Led by a team of adult teachers dedicated to sharing the joy and wonder of our faith, every Sunday is a wonderful and fun learning experience for kids three to twelve years old.  Not a member? No Problem: you and your children, nieces, nephews and grands all are welcome.  Sunday School takes place every Sunday beginning at 10 AM and on the third Sunday the children take part in the 10 AM mass, some learning the prayers and readings and all gather with the priest at the altar for the great Prayer of Thanksgiving. Bring our ids and let them experience just how much fun church can be!

Meet the Pates and Mates

Parishioners and the Public are invited to join us for an exploration of the great Patriarchs and Matriarchs of the Bible. Learn about their interesting lives and how God acted through them to bring grace and hope then and now. All are welcome.

You Mean It’s Still Easter?

It sure is: Easter isn’t just a day, it’s a whole season that lasts seven weeks.  Our glorious celebration of the resurrection continues every Sunday for the next several weeks. Come join us Sundays at 8 AM (a quiet, said service with sermon and Holy Communion) and at 10 AM with choir, great music and Easter joy! We expect visitors every Sunday and you will be most welcome!!

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From the Pastor

Father Joseph Harmon

We are glad you are visiting our website and hope you will find helpful information about our congregations.  Join us for worship Sunday mornings at Church of the Epiphany and Christ Church, 105 Main Street in Orange, at 8 and 10 AM. Check out the other activities and events you'll discover on our site.  May you know God's blessing and presence!

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Established as a congregation in 1868, Christ Church is a place of uplifting worship and music, Gospel-focused preaching and teaching, and community activity and involvement.  Founded as a church for black people in 1905 when few other Episcopal churches welcomed them, Church of the Epiphany has a long and storied history as a place of welcome and center for community involvement. Come walk the path with us as together we seek to follow Jesus day by day.