Anglican Church Of Epiphany Amherst VA.
                      Anglican                    Church  Of                     Epiphany                     Amherst                         VA.

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Church of the Epiphany

104 Epiphany Court

 Amherst, VA  24521



Phone: (434)-946-2524



The Right Rev. Charles H.                       Nalls

Phone (202)-262-5519 


Morning Prayer  Monday  thru Saturday at 8 am


Sunday Morning Prayer at

10 am


Services are Sunday at 11:00 am 


Bible study Sunday at

12:45 pm and

Wednesday at 10:30 am.                 





Denomination: Anglican

Founded: 1779

History: Lexington Parish was established in 1779, formed from Amherst Parish, established in 1761. Ascension Church was consecrated as part of Lexington Parish in 1848. Following the Episcopal Church's General Convention of 1976, the majority of the congregation elected to hold fast to the Faith and Order Ascension had received, and in June 1978 joined the "continuing church," otherwise known as the Anglican Church. On July 15, 1984, the first services were held in the new building, which was named the Church of the Epiphany at its consecration on Nov. 2, 1986.

Beliefs/Philosophy: We continue in the apostles' doctrine and fellowship, holding that the Holy Scriptures contain all Doctrine required as necessary for salvation through faith in Jesus Christ. The necessary to salvation - Holy Baptism and the Supper of the Lord. We believe all the articles of the Christian faith as contained in the historic creeds.




The Holy Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments to be the word of God


The Creeds (as the standard of Faith) mean exactly what they say.



Christian Morality of the New Testament is the sole guide for the Church.


The Sacraments convey Grace, and through them, Christ is known and is present.


The Apostolic Ministry of Bishops, Priests, and Deacons were instilled by Christ, and it is male in character.


The worship of the Church has as its basis in the King James Bible,  the (1928) Book of Common Prayer, and the Anglican Missal 


We do not compromise on matters of Faith and Order, Doctrine, Discipline or Morality


Here We Stand







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