Mass & Prayer Times

Weekend Eucharistic Liturgies

  • Saturday - 5:30 PM
  • Sunday - 9:00 AM (with American Sign Language), 11:30 AM
  • 1st, 3rd, and 5th Sundays of the month - 1:00 PM -  Deaf culture Mass (silent Mass; ASL only) (Over for the Summer)
  • Holidays and holy days sometimes change the schedule.  Please see the parish calendar for details.
    • For the sick and homebound, audio recordings of weekend liturgy are available through the parish office. Please call the office to receive an email link to the recordings.  
    • Audio of the homilies are available through iTunes or your favorite RSS reader (see the homily podcast page for more information).
    • No Saturday 5:30 PM Mass on Holy Saturday evening. (Easter Vigil Liturgy begins at 5:30 AM on Easter morning.)
    • No Saturday 5:30 PM Mass on the first Saturday of May (Derby Day).

Weekday Eucharistic Liturgies

  • 5:30 PM - Monday 
  • 8:30 AM - Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday (If a funeral is scheduled on these days, the 8:30 Mass is cancelled and all are encouraged to attend the funeral.)
  • Check the weekly bulletin for changes in the above schedule.

Holy Day Liturgies

  • 8:30 AM and 7:00 PM on most holy days. (Check the weekly bulletin for current times or changes in schedule.)
  • 9:30 or 10:00 AM for certain celebrations, including January 1, Memorial Day, Thanksgiving, etc. (Check the weekly bulletin for current times or changes in schedule.)


Communual recitation of the Rosary is celebrated every Monday evening at 5:00 PM in the Chapel.

Taizé Prayer

Taizé prayer is a meditative form of prayer. It is based on the musical style of prayer celebrated at the ecumenical monastic community of Taizé, in Burgundy, France. Through the repetition of musical phrases over and over, your body and your mind slow down enough to be able to listen to the voice of God that is planted deep within you.

Taizé prayer is celebrated at 6:50 AM on the second Friday of every month and on every Friday morning in Lent.

Labyrinth Prayer

Epiphany has a permanent outdoor labyrinth that can be prayed privately at any time. This labyrinth is locacted on the hillside rise on the northeast entrance to the Worship Center. It is accessed by a path from the southeast corner of the main parking lot. There is also a raised miniture glass labyrinth in this area for those with walking or vision disbabilities, that can be prayed by moving one's fingers over the raised path of the "Finger Labyrinth." The outdoor Labyrinth is is available for personal prayer at any time.

About the Labyrinth

The labyrinth is an ancient, sacred symbol found in many religious traditions throughout the world. During the Middle Ages, labyrinths were prominent in numerous cathedrals in Europe, where Christians walked floor labyrinths or traced their fingers along the carved ridges of wall labyrinths. For medieval Christians, the labyrinth was a symbolic pilgrimage: instead of taking a costly and dangerous pilgrimage to Jerusalem, worshipers made a symbolic journey on a cathedral labyrinth. The best know of these Christian labyrinths is in Chartres Cathedral in France, which was built during the 13th century. Today labyrinth prayer has become a popular form of meditative prayer.

Special Prayer Opportunities:

  • Eucharistic Adoration: Eucharistic Adoration is offered the first Fridays of the month in the chapel, 11:30am-12:45pm, and each Friday of Lent.
  • SoulLife:  SoulLife offers a 3-month-long opportunity for spiritual development through contemplative prayer, in the fall and winter/spring.
  • Centering Prayer.  There is an opportunity after Mass each Tuesday and Friday morning for centering prayer, at 9:15.




Community celebrations of the sacrament of Reconciliation are celebrated several times a year, particularly during the seasons of Advent and Lent. They are celebrated at Epiphany and at nearby regional parishes. You may check the bulletin for specific dates and times. These celebrations include a liturgy of the Word, community prayer, and opportunity for individual confession to one of several priests from our region who are present for these celebrations.


The sacrament of Reconciliation is available on each Saturday at 4:00pm in the Chapel. See the weekly bulletin for details.

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