1750 Huckins Rd., Cheshire, Ct 06410
  Phone: (203) 272-4355

ALL ARE WELCOME

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 2014-2015 Religious Education Program
Click the link above for Information about our Religious Education Program and to download/print the 2014-2015 Family Faith Formation Registration Form and Parents' Statements.

 GOSPEL PLAYERS

Click the link above to download/print the Reader/Gospel Players Application and to see a photo slide show of the Christmas Pageant peformed by our "Gospel Players."



 REPORTING ABUSE
If you or someone you know has been a victim of sexual abuse, assault, molestation or exploitation as a minor (under the age of 18 years) by a person working for the Roman Catholic Church within the Archdiocese of Hartford, (such as a priest, deacon, sister, brother, lay volunteer, etc.) you are requested to report the incident.  Click the link above for detailed information...






 


PLEASE NOTE:  There will be no morning Mass while Father John is out on medical leave. 



FAMILY DAY DINNER AT RUBY TUESDAY - MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 22 - ALL DAY!
885 Queen Street, Southington


Family Day 2014
“Parents have the most grave duty and the primary right to take care as best they can for the physical, social, cultural, moral and religious education of their offspring.”  (Cannon Law, Canon 1136)
On Monday, September 22rd, the Archdiocese of Hartford is supporting the cause of Family Day – A Day to Eat Dinner with Your Children. This national campaign started in 2001 by The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University, which   links parental engagement around the dinner table and the prevention of substance abuse.
This year’s artwork for the Archdiocese of Hartford was created by Jessica Zanca of Church of the Epiphany, Cheshire.   Congratulations, Jessica, on your winning design! To learn more about Family Day and fun family activities visit
www.CASAFamilyDay.org or www.archdioceseofhartford.org


elcome to the Church of the Epiphany in Cheshire, Connecticut.

Epiphany was established as the first daughter parish of St. Bridget, Cheshire, on September 28, 1967, by Archbishop Henry J. O'Brien. Father Eugene Torpey was appointed founding pastor. The first parish Mass was offered at the Doolittle School on October 1, 1967, with about 300 people participating in the liturgy. In October 1968, Father Torpey broke ground for a parish church on Huckins Road. A year later on October 19, the Church of the Epiphany was dedicated by Archbishop John F. Whealon. A new parish center with a capacity of some 500 was added to the plant and solemnly blessed by Archbishop Whealon on October 17, 1987.

OUR MISSION
"To Grow As A Eucharistic Community, Reflecting The Good News And Promoting Social Justice"


 
 

Mass Times:

Sunday:  8:30AM, 10:30AM
Monday:  9:15 AM
Tuesday:  9:15 AM
Wednesday:  9:15 AM
Friday:  9:15 AM
Saturday:  4:00PM Vigil


 

CONFESSIONS:  Saturday at 3 PM


PRO LIFE ROSARY - First Saturday of Every Month @ 3:30 p.m.

First Holy Communion
May 10, 2015 10:30 a.m. Mass

First Reconciliation May 16, 2015
Confirmation TBD



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