Prayer Groups

Join other Epiphany parishioners in their prayer journey.
Spring Bible Study

*$30 / person
Sign up by February 20 to guarantee your book, workbook and online access

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Beginning on March 3, we will be offering a program at Epiphany that will help you to experience Christ’s Passion and Death as you never have before.

In No Greater Love: A Biblical Walk-Through Christ’s Passion, we are going to walk step-by-step with Jesus on his journey from his Agony in the Garden to his Crucifixion on Calvary. Along the way, we will unpack the biblical background to these events, the prophecies, and most especially, the ways Jesus is inviting us to walk more closely with him today.

*You will receive a book and workbook with online video access. Online registration will include additional processing fees.

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Prayer Groups

Due to COVID19, the schedule and evening events may have changed.

Epiphany maintains a prayer chain so that as a community we can support each other in times of need through prayer. To put a request on the prayer chain please contact the parish office at 763.755.1020.

Each Catholic Watchmen Night start at 7 p.m. in the church for adoration and opportunity for confessions. LEARN MORE

Heart to Heart is a women’s faith sharing and fellowship group, open to all women. The purpose of the group is to provide an opportunity for women to develop friendships, to learn about the saints, to deepen their faith through Prayer & Scripture and to grow closer to Jesus and Mary.

First Tuesday of each month
9 – 10:30 a.m.
Meeting Rooms


7 – 8:30 p.m.
Meeting Rooms

For the  morning group: Start with 8 a.m. Mass and then join other women of the parish for Faith and Fellowship.

Opening prayer
Read scripture passage and reflection
Small group discussion (20-30 minutes)
Closing prayer and homework

For more information contact Connie Kassing at 763.242.1603

Perpetual adoration is a quiet time spent in prayer before Jesus present in the Eucharist. Parishioners are invited to sign up for one hour each week, and a substitute program is available when the scheduled weekly commitment cannot be met. The Chapel is open throughout the day and night, and visitors of all ages are always welcome.

To sign up or for more information call Laura Carr at 651.338.0175 or

Rosary leaders lead the rosary one half hour before Masses on Saturday and Sunday. Participants may select the time they would like to lead. Substitutes are also needed. Children are welcome. Training is provided, and the time commitment is approximately once per month.

Weekend coordinator is Ellen Anderson 952.994.2331 or

Saint Lucy Hour of Prayer, every Friday evening, 7-8, in the main Church.

We pray the Rosary, Divine Mercy Chaplet, 3 Litanies, and the Divine Praises — in 1 hour!

Booklets provided.

Questions contact Paula Huss at

Another opportunity for group prayer is in the Chapel, every Sunday afternoon, from 3-4.

We pray the Divine Mercy Chaplet, and take 3 laps around the Rosary.


questions contact Paula Huss at

54 Day Rosary Novena in Honor of Our Lady of Pompeii

The most powerful prayer offered to Our Lady, Mediatrix of All Graces, to obtain extraordinary graces.

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Click to go to the online version.

Rosary Times and Locations

Monday – Saturday
Follows 8 a.m. Mass – Main Church

6 p.m. Main Church

3:55 p.m. Main Church

6:55 a.m. Main Church
8:25 a.m. Adoration Chapel
10:25 a.m. Adoration Chapel