For the next few weeks worship will once again be online only, and we will not be meeting in-person on Sunday mornings.


When council meets on January 17th we’ll make some decisions about what form worship will be taking, but for now it seems wisest for us to wait a bit and see how this current wave of COVID 19 takes shape.


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Epiphany is a Lutheran Church in Winnipeg,

with a child friendly worship service!

Close to the University of Manitoba.

Worship times are Sundays at 10:00 am


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