An inclusive Anglican community living and learning together in light of God's love.
Join us on Sundays at 10:00.
Church of the Epiphany is a welcoming community church in downtown Verdun. From Communion to coffee hour, from Bible study to book club, we love spending time with one another — and with anyone who wants to join us.
We are a friendly, inviting group of people who strive to grow in our faith and better love our neighbours every day. Whether you're exploring faith for the first time or a lifelong Christian looking for a new church, there is a place for you here.
Worship With Us
Sundays at 10:00am — in-person Holy Communion
Wednesday 1:00pm — Noonday Prayer on Zoom
The Anglican Diocese of Montreal acknowledges with respect that we live, work, and worship on the traditional, unceded territory of the Haudenosaunee, “People of the Longhouse”; the Anishinaabe, “People from Whence Lowered”; and the Wôbanakiak, “People of the Dawn.” Tiohtià:ke (Montreal) is historically known as a gathering place for many Nations.
We acknowledge the colonial violence done by the Church in the past and seek to build a spirit of genuine relationship and reconciliation with the First Nations, and all peoples within the Montreal community.
May God our Creator guide us in wisdom, justice, and peace.
Beloved, let us love one another, because love is from God; everyone who loves is born of God and knows God.
— 1 John 4:7
At Church of the Epiphany, we welcome all of God's children. We are thankful for the diversity of God's creation, and as we seek to love our neighbours, we are mindful of those who have been excluded from God's family because of
who they are. We strive to be an inclusive church, welcoming people of all races, genders, sexual orientations, (dis)abilities, and backgrounds into our community.
We unequivocally support and affirm the LGBTQ+ community. God loves you exactly as you are—and so do we. Our congregation is also intentionally open to people with various mental and physical disabilities. We have a lift to help anyone with mobility challenges get into the church. We are learning about anti-racism, and we seek to challenge cruelty and injustice wherever it is found.