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The Admin Assistant will be in limited hours this summer.

Please Note:
The admin assistant will be available limited hours in the this summer. Please leave a message when you call and she will get back to you. If this is an emergency, please leave a message and email office@epiphanychurch.ca. Someone will get back to you right away.

 

To reach Pastor Paul directly with a personal and private matter please email him at revpaul@epiphanychurch.ca

Epiphany’s Office

A reminder that the Church is closed until further notice. If you need something at the Church, let the office know and make arrangements at 204-269-2661 or email me at office@epiphanychurch.ca

Thank you
Vickie Albrecht – Epiphany Chair

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