Epiphany Episcopal Church

10450 Gilespie St.
Las Vegas, NV 89183

Welcome to the Epiphany Episcopal Church Website


We Seek God – Live Christ – Share the Spirit and we invite you to join us – Over the Summer!

Happening now at Epiphany: 

Movie Night: July 21 at 7pm  The Christmas Story.  Christmas?  In July?  Yes!  See you there!

Please note, Church School has ended for 2015-16.  Betty-Jeanne will still host children from ages 3 through 2nd grade for the summer at 10am service.

The Epiphany Book Club will meet on Tuesday August 9 at 6:30pm to discuss the book Americanah by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie.   Please join us!

Faith Matters, Class hosted by Father Rick, Sundays at 9am, weekly.

First Sunday – The Epiphany community collects food for EpiCenter at Christ Church on the First Sunday of every month.  Your generosity is appreciated!  Collection is on going and please note our next delivery to Epi-Center will be the First Sunday of September.


Epiphany’s Mission 

Epiphany is a multi-generation Christian community inviting all God’s people to live and worship in the Anglican tradition. We grow through Christian formation, education, fellowship, outreach and liturgical worship.

Why Epiphany?

We are in a special place and a special time serving this corner of Las Vegas & Henderson.  We are comprised by so many people from so many different places with so many different talents and gifts who come together, continuing always to build our community. If you are looking for an accepting faith community where you can find your talents and gifts, Epiphany Episcopal Church welcomes you.  Please explore our website and visit us to learn more about what our community offers! 

Seek God – Live Christ – Share the Spirit

Where to Find Us

Epiphany Episcopal Church

10450 Gilespie St.
Las Vegas, NV 89183

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Community Links

Episcopal Church of America (The National Church @ 815 2nd St, NY, NY)

Diocese of Nevada

Diocese of Nevada on Facebook

Bishop Dan’s Blog

Episcopal Women of Nevada 

Nevadans for the Common Good