Becoming A Member

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We are delighted that you are considering registering to be a parishioner of Epiphany Catholic Church. God never wants us to make our way to the Kingdom alone and in isolation. We invite you to belong to our parish family! We would love to meet you and would be very happy to have new parishioners register with us!

It’s very easy! Stop by our Parish Office between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m., Monday – Thursday, and 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Friday.  Visit the Information Desk during Sunday morning Mass.

We have information to share with you about the parish and a simple form for you to complete while you are there. Registration should take less than 10 minutes to complete. We are looking forward to counting you among the members of our parish family! Contact us with additional questions at 763.755.1020 or EMAIL Lauren.

Why Register?

Often people attend Mass at a parish for months or sometimes years, but never officially register. Registering at Epiphany Catholic Church is the expression of your commitment to being part of our parish community. Being a registered parishioner also makes the process much simpler when it is time for receiving sacraments, registering for religious education, sponsoring a sacrament recipient and even planning funerals. A registered parishioner also receives all parish mailings.

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Changes at Home?

Already a registered parishioner but recently moved? Changes in your household (births, deaths, marriage)? Let us know! EMAIL Lauren

Sanctuary Art

The beautiful mural adorning the Epiphany sanctuary (revealed March 22, 2024) was created by lifelong parishioner and professional artist Mark Sanislo. The Triumphal Arch and sanctuary layout were designed and created by parishioner Nick Vasko. The corpus on the cross is the same one that has hung in the Epiphany sanctuary for decades. With Father Dufner providing the vision, Mark, Nick and many others worked long hours over many months to create this remarkable imagery.

Related Information

HOSTS: If you would like to receive communion but require a low gluten host, please see a sacristan of your need. Why low gluten and not gluten-free? Read more.

HEARING AIDS: If you have difficulty hearing the Mass, you can request hearing assistance from an usher.

HOSPITALITY: After most Masses from September-June, we invite you to come to the cafeteria by following the crowd through the meeting rooms and enjoy coffee, donuts and great fellowship with others in our community. This is a free will offering.  Hospitality is hosted by a specific ministry from Epiphany, so feel free to ask them questions and maybe even get involved.  A schedule of hospitality can be found in the bulletin.