Epiphany Outreach


Church of the Epiphany
Worshipping in Canada's most southern town since 1853



  • Soup lunch was held to help Lillian on her mission with PWRDF to Malawi. Almost $400 was raised.

  • We collected birthday kits! We donated cake mixes, sparklers, icing, foil baking trays etc...required to bake a cake. Kits were compiled for the foodbank so that children related to the foodbank can have a birthday cake to celebrate with.  Thank you.

  • We collected for the Good Fellows Food Hampers 1 Kg jars of Peanut butter to fill our windows and help others in the community. ALSO, Operation Christmas Child boxes have been sent and the ACW is selling a limited number of Church Calendars, so inquire quickly if you want one!

Peanut butter collection

  • The complimentary Christmas Dinner Dec 25th, was served at noon to 95 people. Young & old, rich & poor, enjoyed turkey, ham and all the trimmings.
  • Anonymous donours again financed gifts for families in Kingsville for Christmas. Santa delivered much needed clothes and toys in an outreach to make Christmas for people who otherwise wouldn't have one.
  • OCT Rummage Sale was another fun activity and terrific success! $2325.65 was realized. Thank you for your support
  • The Harvest donations of food items decorated the church and were later donated to the Kingsville Foodbank following our Harvest Thanksgiving Services. The church was gorgeous
  • Point North supplies were trucked to Pickle Lake for transport by plane to Kingfisher Lake. It has been a very violent summer for weather, making the move difficult for pilots, but it has arrived. Thank you to so many who have helped meet the grocery challenge of collection as well as transport.

    81 bags of brown sugar,76 bags of white sugar,86 jars of Mayonnaise  for a total of  674lbs  

  • We collected 65 cake mixes & icing for Food Bank Birthday kits in 2017 which were assembled by our Deanery Youth. Let's try and reach that total again.
  • Essex Deanery Golf Tournament Wed June 22, 2016 at 7 Lakes. We sent 3 teams to support the Essex Deanery Children and Youth Ministry, more golfers this year than ever before! Fr Bryan & Art will cook steaks for the event after their own round of golf!

  • Meals on Wheels deliveries are  Wednesdays all fall through to Christmas

We have collected for a Medical Mission to Haiti, on Mothers' Day corsages are distributed, Operation Christmas Child boxes are filled as well. In all we actively participate in missions.


Pastoral Care Team Meeting

The pastoral Care Committee performs an extremely valued ministry to the parish, by keeping in touch with people outside the parish. As well as visiting, they keep in touch with the most vulnerable through seasonal remembrances, also mailing pray cards to parishioners.

We meet at 9:30 am on the second Sunday of each month to update on our outreach ministry to shut-ins.



Wed Lenten Bible Study

7:00 Maundy Thursday

10:30a Good Friday - hot cross buns w/ homemade jams following the service.

7:00 Holy Sat Eucharist. First Light



Easter Bell ringing

Worship to the Community

Epiphany offers Wednesday Eucharist's to Southgate, Royal Oak and Kingsville Court residents in this community. Keep your eye on the events calendar for dates.

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 E reports are available to those who email a request for them. Sunday's bible readings, a synopsis of the sermon and announcements are available in the mailing.

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Huron Hunger Fund

First Sunday in May we focus on HHF. The Huron Hunger Fund is the mission outreach charity of the Anglican Church of Canada. Our service and breakfast raised funds for Maternal Assistance in Africa.

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There are many ministries to give thanks for; We continuously supply our local food bank, collect bread tabs for the blind, stamps for the Bible Society and pop tops for wheelchairs.

The loaning of our extra walkers and wheelchairs are available from the church.



in November

Our Collection of coats for the Adult winter coats program, is very popular. Coats went out to those in need, as well as hat/mitten/scarf sets. We do keep some coats but after the distribution days most of the coats then move on to another town for continued distribution.


Our parish collects for the Kingsville Food bank by not only publishing needs in the church bulletin weekly but also having a grocery cart at the entrance for people to easily donate. Marylin Allen retired as the lead coordinator after 25 years. We thank her for her immense dedication to this cause in our community.


The parish received a donation of wool and we are turning that into small blankets for the laps of wheelchair users. Some are crocheting while others are knitting. We could use more volunteers; you make what you like 30" x45". Please see Vicki


On HHF Sunday May 3rd we attempted to arrange donated loonies the length of the isle. We did it and had to start back again! Thank you everyone for a donation over $1000 which was taken to the Diocesan Annual Synod service for the Huron Hunger Fund/PWRDF to help with projects throughout Canada and the world. 

ACW Sponsored Pie Makers

We make fruit pies at festival time with local ingredients and the rest of the year we make meat pies. This group is a major donor to Epiphany development projects as well as other projects locally. It is fun working and lunching together in support of the parish and the community! Come out anytime Men too! We could use your strong shoulders to roll dough and move pies to the freezers

Canon Morley coordinates a prayer chain in the parish. This small group meets monthly to coordinate requested prayers. Submissions are always welcomed!


The 3D framed gift framed in our parish hall is one of our dolls that was used for our ongoing hospital program. Some of our dolls have also gone overseas to help with childrens' surgeries. This really puts the work into perspective and we truly appreciate their visit.

The doll makers of Epiphany are now also making small quilts for the hospital's Neonatal unit. These quilts are from our excess material during the doll making for hospitalized children. They will help families of stillborn children as well as others with loss or distress.

Dresses made by our sewing group for young girls in Africa are on their way. Please support this and our worthwhile doll project initiated by Deacon Jane.
This is very fulfilling and ongoing for the parish. The hospital requires 60 dolls a month!