The Connect Ministry assists both members and non-members in matching their skills and spiritual gifts with one of the many ministries at Epiphany. If you are interested in getting involved in a ministry, please click on the “Ministries & Activities” button below, complete the form and return it to 
the church office. We would also like to know what abilities and skills you possess that might help to grow Epiphany’s ministries. You can click on the “Abilities & Skills” button below, complete the form and return it to the church office.
 
The Connect Ministry hosts the New Member Class. This class is for those who are interested in learning more about the Lutheran Church, Epiphany in particular. This class is required for those desiring membership at Epiphany and is only offered three times a year. This class is held on
Sunday morning at 9:15 a.m. in room 202 of the AFLC. 
 
Connect sponsors a servant event several times a year where we gather cookies from Epiphany members and non-members to distribute to local public servants. The servants receive goodies, brochures of current activities at Epiphany and an invitation to Sunday services including the times of services and directions to the church facilities.
 Spiritual Gifts … What are yours?
 
According to Romans 12:6a, “We have different gifts, according to the grace given to each of us.” The purpose of spiritual gifts is to unify Christians in their faith and to produce growth within the church, both numerical and spiritual. We do not choose our spiritual gifts, rather, they are given to us by God. It is our Christian responsibility to discover our gifts and use them for Christ’s purposes. The discovery of your spiritual gifts will help you find a way to become more involved in the church using the gifts and abilities that God gave you specifically. Many people do not get involved in a ministry at church because they don’t know where they would best fit. Others get involved in a ministry, but do not find fulfillment because their gifts do not match the ministry in which they are involved. What’s important, is not so much naming your spiritual gifts, but using your gifts to strengthen the faith of those around you.