Pastor: Rev. J. Randall Hubbard
Permanent Deacon: Lucio A. Caruso
Pastoral Associate for Stewardship & Evangelization: Erin Dwyer
Pastoral Associate for Community Life: Julie Stuart
Director of Faith Formation: Polly Duncan Collum
Interim Youth Minister: Emily Reid
Director of Worship and Music Ministries: Linda Thieneman
Business Manager: Mary Downs
Bookkeeper: Lynne Webb
Communications Coordinator: Jordan Wheatley
Sundays — Sat evening: 5:30 p.m.; Sun: 9 a.m. (ASL Interpreted), 11:30 a.m., 1:00 p.m. (1st, 3rd & 5th Sundays; Louisville Catholic Deaf Society Mass – No Voice)
Holy Days — See bulletin
Daily — Tue-Fri: 8:30 a.m.(except days with 10:00 a.m. Funeral Mass); Thu 6:00 p.m. (Spanish Mass or Prayer Service)
Second & Fourth Saturdays — 4:00 p.m. or by appointment.
First Fridays — 11:30 a.m.
After the Second Vatican Council, Fathers James Flynn and Richard Fowler, asked Archbishop Thomas J. McDonough to establish a faith community that would emphasize liturgy, social justice, lifelong formation, and ecumenical cooperation with other faith communities. Epiphany Catholic Church celebrated their first liturgy on June 20, 1971, at Saint Thomas Orphanage in Anchorage. The permanent worship center, designed by architect Larry Melillo, was formally dedicated on January 5, 1975, on land adjacent to the Burrwood property, former home to Archbishop Floersh.
Annually the community of Epiphany Catholic Church rededicates to the following mission:
Animated by the Holy Spirit and rooted in the Roman Catholic tradition, we are the community of Epiphany on a pilgrimage of faith. In response to our baptismal call and sustained by prayer:
• We choose to live the Gospel of Christ with humility and compassion.
• We embrace diversity and nurture the unique gifts of all.
• We search for truth in a complex and changing world.
• We experience the struggle and excitement of transformation through conversion.
• We accept the responsibility of shared, collaborative ministry.
• We celebrate our oneness with God and all creation.
• We strive to be a manifestation of God in our time.