Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates

 
Your physical and spiritual health are important to Epiphany Lutheran Church. We’re using this page to share status updates about Epiphany’s response to the situation. 
 

In Person Worship Returns March 7

A MESSAGE FROM PASTOR JAY SHAILER
 
Good News! I am excited to announce that Epiphany will resume in-person worship at the Far Hills Campus starting March 7.
 
Epiphany’s congregational council, along with the guidance of local health and medical professionals, has determined that it is possible for us to worship together using the health guidelines that were developed in the fall of last year. As always, we value your health and wellbeing, and we want you to be able to come back only if you feel comfortable. Please know that we will continue to livestream the 10:30 a.m. Sunday worship service, and we will continue to offer individual times for communion throughout the week if you are not yet ready to come back on Sunday.
 
We will communicate the health guidelines that we used previously in the coming days. We will also begin in-person worship by using the online reservation system, which will open Tuesday afternoon, March 2.
 
One addition to last fall is that we will have the Celebration Center open and available for overflow. The service will be streamed into the Celebration Center, and you will be able to receive Holy Communion along with those in the Sanctuary.
 
I would also like to share that we do not want anyone to let their guard down too early as we move back toward public worship. While we strongly feel it is safe to worship together using our guidelines, if you continue to gather offsite for small group or breakfast after worship, please be safe and look out for each other as we are our brother’s keeper.
 

We have missed you all dearly and look forward to worshiping our Lord Jesus with you all very soon!

 

Peace, Pr. Jay