• Getting ready for the Shrove Tuesday Pancake Races!
  • We are the Episcopal Branch of the Jesus Movement
  • Laying wreaths at the Sacramento Valley National Cemetery
  • Intergenerational Book Study
  • Epiphany house blessing with Bishop Beisner
  • Remembering those killed at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida

Epiphany exists to meet the spiritual and physical needs of the community as we share God's love by feeding ALL.

 We strive to welcome everyone as children of God, created in the image of God. Whatever your religious background, age, race, disability, gender, gender expression, sexual orientation, or economic status, we welcome you. 

Established in Vacaville in 1896

Welcome to Epiphany's website, we are glad you're here!  We currently have two Sunday services: 8am, Rite I Holy Eucharist and 10am, Rite II Holy Eucharist.  Right now, we are requiring that everyone wear a mask regardless of vaccine status, and to please maintain social distancing while inside the church.

Every Sunday, we live stream the 10am service on YouTube and Facebook

Also, every Monday through Saturday, we have Morning Prayer at 8am and Compline (Night Prayer) at 8 pm, live on our Facebook page

You can find links to all bulletins below.  

Bulletin for Sunday, May 29th

Morning Prayer in EasterCompline in Easter

   Zoom Meetings Information  



Free June 18 screening of ‘laugh-out-loud’ film about joy

A documentary on how to live with joy in the face of challenge will be screened at Epiphany at 1 p.m. on Saturday, June 18th. 

“Mission: JOY— Finding Happiness in Troubled Times” follows a 2015 exchange between two Nobel Peace Prize winners: His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama, Tenzin Gyatso, and the late Desmond Tutu, formerly the Anglican Archbishop of South Africa.

Their five-day meeting at the Dalai Lama’s residence in Dharamsala, India, was chronicled in the New York Times bestseller, “The Book of Joy: Lasting Happiness in a Changing World.” The film, whose release was delayed by COVID, is a behind-the-scenes look at the journey and the stories they recounted from their lives, each having lived through periods of incredible difficulty and strife. At the time of their meeting, the archbishop was suffering from a recurrence of pancreatic cancer, which ended his life in December 2021.

“These friends happen to be two of the world’s most respected and beloved human rights heroes and spiritual leaders. But what stopped us in our tracks is that these men—who suffered so much and had every excuse NOT to feel joyful—cracked the code about how to activate joy, no matter the circumstances,” filmmakers Peggy Callahan and Louie Psihoyos say in a letter about the project. “We wanted in on that knowledge. And we wanted to help everyone else be in on it, too, by telling that story far and wide. The fact that they were laugh-out-loud hilarious is an added bonus.”

The film also weaves in 30 years of neuroscience research that appears to support the ancient spiritual wisdom imparted by the Dalai Lama and archbishop.

The free screening will be at 1 p.m. Saturday, June 18th, at Church of the Epiphany, 300 West St., Vacaville. Masks will be required.





A Church That Looks and Acts Like Jesus 

Presiding Bishop Michael Curry has consistently invited Episcopalians to reimagine ourselves as the Episcopal branch of the Jesus Movement, a community of followers who live Jesus’ Way of Love. In these times of challenge and change, he offers this statement and the accompanying resources as a prayer, a vision, a fervent hope for who we seek to be and are already becoming. 

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