Who we are
Welcoming and inclusive. Adaptable and improvisational. Pioneering spiritual leaders. These words describe the traditions of the Church of the Epiphany, Episcopal, a 50 year-old worship community that serves the northwestern suburbs of Minneapolis, a growing, dynamic urban center consistently ranked among the most livable in the nation.
Our diverse congregation of more than 600 members is located in Plymouth, Minnesota—recently ranked #1 on Money magazine’s list of Best Places to Live—and serves several surrounding communities, including New Hope, Crystal, Robbinsdale, Brooklyn Park, Brooklyn Center, Osseo, Golden Valley, Minnetonka, Wayzata and many more.
The community of people that is the Church of the Epiphany gives thanks that, throughout our history, God has given us the ability to embrace change and be open to possibilities and opportunities as we work toward accomplishing our mission of Manifesting Christ’s Love to the World.
Current church built: 1983
Property: 10 acres
Typical Sunday attendance: 160
Sunday church school average attendance: 50
Wednesday youth group average attendance: 15
Diverse congregation: Involved members include first generation immigrants from many countries, such as Liberia, the Philippines and Malaysia
- Stained glass windows designed by parishioner
- Sanctuary artwork, the Genesis series, painted by parishioner
- Sanctuary is a contemporary floor plan
- Outdoor Labyrinth
- Memorial Garden
Population, city of Plymouth: 71,930
Miles to downtown Minneapolis: 12
Miles to downtown St. Paul: 21
Miles to Canterbury, England: 4,087