Whether you are visiting as a lifelong Lutheran or attending church for the first time, all visitors are welcome at Epiphany. We hope you will consider making Epiphany your church home!
The Sunday service begins at 9 a.m. Seasonal Lent and Advent services take place at 7 p.m. on Wednesdays. Check the calendar for more details on special services and weekly activities.
The Sunday morning service lasts about one hour. After worship, we enjoy fellowship time with coffee and doughnuts before assembling for Sunday School and Adult Bible Study at 10:30 a.m.
We are located on the northeast corner of 156th and Ditch Road in Westfield, Indiana. Find us on the map.
Our worship style is traditional but not outdated. Our time spent in worship is a holy time, set apart from the rest of the week, because we believe Sunday morning is a sacred time to be present with God.
Our service reflects our devotion to God and His Word. The service follows a liturgical order and is outlined in the weekly bulletin to help the congregation follow along. Each week we give thanks to God for all He has done through prayer and song. After the Scripture readings, Pastor Mills invites the children to gather at the front of the sanctuary for a brief lesson and prayer. Following the children’s message, Pastor delivers a short sermon based on the biblical teachings of the week. Every Sunday the congregation sings hymns of praise with organ accompaniment, confesses the Creeds, and celebrates the Lord’s Supper. Check out the sermon archives to listen to past sermons.
Typical attire varies anywhere from khakis and polos to casual dresses and suits.
Our congregation is a diverse, welcoming group of believers from all walks of life. Most of our members attend with their children and families, but we also have many young adults as well as older members. We serve members from all parts of the northern Indianapolis area, including Westfield, Zionsville, Carmel, Fishers, and Noblesville.
Absolutely! We welcome and encourage children of all ages to join adults in church. Our congregation has a large youth presence (25% of the congregation is under age 15), so, even if your child squirms or fusses during worship, know that they will not be the first ones! It is important that your children see you in church and are with you to hear God’s Word and grow in faith.
Yes. The church was designed with accessibility in mind. We welcome you to use our covered drop-off area and designated parking conveniently located near the entrance. Our building is ADA compliant and service animals are always welcome. Please let us know if there is anything else we can do to accommodate your specific needs.