The Church of the Epiphany sits on a 10 acre site in Plymouth, Minnesota. The building features a sanctuary with a contemporary layout, a fellowship hall, large kitchen, classroom and office space. Some of the unique features include stained glass windows and sanctuary artwork which were designed by a parishioner, a grand piano and an organ.
The grounds include an outdoor labyrinth, constructed by a parishioner as an Eagle Scout project, and landscaped by another parishioner. The labyrinth is adjacent to a Memorial Garden. The garden is a tranquil place, with a variety of perennial plantings, overlooked by two magnificent blooming magnolia trees and accented by natural stone landscaping. It is a place for quiet reflection; a natural sanctuary surrounded by wooded marshland.
Each summer the congregation takes to the lawn for a regular service and a blessing of the animals service. Tasty toasted marshmallows and roasted hot dogs at the fire pit are attractions at youth groups and family social events. The nearby pond is the home to the annual youth broomball tournament for teams from across the diocese. And when we’re not enjoying the grounds surrounding our church, the deer are!