The Rt. Rev. Paul C. Hewett, SSC
2512 N. Beltline Boulevard  Columbia, SC   803.422.3233

Welcome to The Cathedral Church of The Epiphany!
An Anglican Parish in the Catholic & Evangelical Tradition

Worship Services Schedule


Sunday

9:00 a.m.
10:30 a.m.

Prayer Book Eucharist
Sung Mass with Sermon

Wednesday 6:00 p.m. Holy Communion
Friday Noon Holy Communion

Adult Christian Education meets at 9:30 a.m. on Sunday

Children's Sunday school is taught during the 10:30 a.m. Mass

Please join us for Coffee Hour following the 10:30 a.m. Mass!

We have a fully furnished nursery in the parish hall, and childcare service is available during the 10:30 Mass. Please let us know if you would like to take advantage of this service.


Lent: Stations of the Cross, 6 pm, Fridays in Lent, up to and including April 11

At home with the Bishop: Thursday, March 20, 6:30 pm Supper, Evening Prayer and discussion on the ceremony and ritual of the Mass.

Holy Week Schedule:

Palm Sunday, April 13, 9 am & 10:30 am, Liturgy of the Palms & Holy Communion

Monday in Holy Week, April 14, 6 pm Mass

Tuesday in Holy Week, April 15, 6 pm Mass

Wednesday in Holy Week, April 16, 6 pm Mass

Thursday in Holy Week, April 17, 6 pm Liturgy of the Lord´s Supper, Stripping of the Altar & Watch

Good Friday, April 18, 10 am Confessions, 11:00 am, Morning Prayer, 12 pm Liturgy. 5 pm, Confessions, 6 pm, Evening Prayer

Easter Eve, April 19, 6:00 pm, Blessing of the New Fire, Blessing of the Paschal Candle, Prophecies, Blessing of the Font, Litany of the Saints and First Mass of Easter

Easter Day, April 20, 9 am Holy Communion & Homily 10:30 am, Solemn Procession, Solemn High Mass


May 8 - 9, Synod of the Diocese of the Holy Cross, hosted by the Cathedral.
The banquet speaker on Friday May 9, at 7 pm at the Clarion Hotel on Gervais St. in Columbia will be the Rev. Kevin F. Donlon, adjunct to Forward in Faith-North America, and the Anglican Mission in America, and Rector of the Church of the Resurrection, Tampa, FL. Canon Donlon constantly travels all over the world to further the great re-alignment in Anglicanism.


Our Mission


The Church of the Epiphany was formed in January 1984. We are a parish affiliated with the Diocese of the Holy Cross, with Forward in Faith and with the Federation of Anglican Churches in the Americas . Our tradition is part of the one, great Tradition of the undivided Church in the first millennium, embracing the seven Ecumenical Councils, the Apostles,' Nicene and Athanasian Creeds, the Apostolic Ministry of male Deacons, Priests and Bishops, the Seven Sacraments as the divinely appointed means of grace, the Holy Scriptures as the infallible Word of God and the veneration of our Lord's most pure and holy Mother, the Blessed Virgin Mary.

Our morality is that of the New Testament and we therefore embrace the standards of Matrimony and family life expressed there. We are, accordingly, unambiguously pro-life and believe in the legal protection of all life from conception to natural death.

A vital aspect of our Vocation is to reveal the essential unity of the Body of Christ and so we proclaim our communion with all Catholic and Orthodox Christians throughout the world.

Our mission is to worship Almighty God with the historic Liturgy of our Church, the 1928 Book of Common Prayer, and to teach our children and grandchildren the Catholic and Apostolic Faith and to bear witness in our lives to the love of our heavenly Father, revealed through Jesus Christ, in the Holy Spirit.


A Member of the Diocese of the Holy Cross
Affiliated with Forward in Faith International




The Rt. Rev. Paul C. Hewett, SSC
2512 N. Beltline Boulevard • Columbia, SC • 803.422.3233

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