We are children of God. We are called to glorify God and to see and serve Christ in all persons through worship, teaching, care, support, love, and proclaiming the Good News.


The Rev. Ann Johnson,

Interim Rector

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Rev. Janetta Beaumont, Deacon


Rev. Scott Deasy, Deacon

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Our website is in the midst of the redesign process. Please check back in mid-July to see the finished information!

Meanwhile, the staff and members of Epiphany welcome you and invite you to join our growing family of God. With over 500 members, we are the largest Episcopal parish in northern Arizona. Whether you live here or are just visiting, we hope you'll come see us in our historic church on the corner of Beaver and Elm near downtown Flagstaff.

Epiphany offers many things: a diverse congregation, extensive adult education and youth ministries, outreach programs, outstanding music, and attentive pastoral care. Look for our bright red doors and stop in to say hello.

For up-to-date information on current events and news, please view the June 2015 Newsletter.

Here are some pages you might want to start with to get to know us:
      2015 Sermons from Mother Ann and our Deacons
       Service Schedule

Our Adult Forum (9:15 Sunday mornings) resumes Sunday, June 7 with a 5-part series, The Call. As Christians, we are all sent out week after week "to do the work You have given us to do." It is not always so clear what that work is, but for some, that Call gets specific - a summons with their name on it.

We'll hear from five Epiphany parishioners about how they were called to take a certain step, what it felt like to respond, and how it has affected their lives and their faith.

* June 7 Jillian Small Hernandez, who chose to bring her gifts to the neediest, toughest school

* June 14 David Spence, M.D., who travels to desperate spots with Doctors Without Borders

* June 21 Natalie Bryant-Rizzieri, founder of Friends of Warm Hearth, an orphanage in Armenia

* June 28 Brad Eubanks, Chaplain, Canterbury Episcopal Campus Ministry in Flagstaff (serving NAU & CCC)

* July 5 Missy Ivey, veteran of mission trips to Russia, Guatemala and Zimbabwe.

Join us for their fascinating stories!

REMINDER! Children through age 5 are welcomed year-round in our Nursery by caregiver Biz. The nursery is available from 9 am to noon each Sunday.


Mondays through Thursdays, 9:30 AM: Morning Prayer

Tuesday, 12:15 PM: Healing Eucharist

Saturday, 5:30 PM: Holy Eucharist (no music)

Sunday, 8:00 AM: Holy Eucharist (no music)

Sunday, 10:30 AM: Holy Eucharist with hymns and sung liturgy

NAU Canterbury students are on vacation for the summer. Their services will resume at the Canterbury Chapel at 319 S. San Francisco, on Sunday, August 30 at 6:30 p.m. A celebration of Holy Eucharist, with dinner following will be held each Sunday during the fall and spring semesters. For information about Canterbury, contact Brad Eubanks.

Full service schedule


Church of the Epiphany
423 N. Beaver St
Flagstaff, AZ 86001

(928) 774-2911

Office Hours:
10 AM - 3 PM Mon-Wed
10 AM-noon Thurs
Closed Fri-Sat

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Visit the Diocese of Arizona

Check out campus ministries: NAU Canterbury

And visit Priest Megan Castellan's Blog to read her sermons online!