to The Church of the Epiphany
A House of Prayer for All People
NEWS! We are re-opening on August 7 with new Safety Protocol
Join us for in-person worship
pre-registration is required!
A virtual tea time (or coffee Hour)
via Zoom - monday evenings, 7-8pm (bi-weekly)
Tired of being alone at home? Bored? Need some connection with others, or support during this challenging time?
Join us for our bi-weekly Virtual Tea Time / Coffee Hour on Monday evenings from 7-8pm. To participate, please inform the church office by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org. You will be sent a Zoom link.
A VirTual EXPLORATION INTO "SOUL-LITERATURE"
via Zoom - Wednesday, 23 September 2020, 7-8pm
A monthly one-hour gathering addressing the spiritual dimension of life. Each month we will look at a short work of celebrated literature that is full of wisdom for our life journeys. At the next spiritual majilis session, held on September 23, we will be discussing the Lebanese-American poet-artist and mystic Kahlil Gibran’s short story titled “The Tempest.” (download PDF)
-To register to participate in this first session, email the church office at:
- and you will be sent a meeting link
-Also, please read the short story (see above link) before the Zoom session.
OPEN CALL for ArtWORK
An Artistic Celebration of Qatar’s Religious Diversity
For this upcoming exhibition to be held in the Fall of 2020, all artists whose faith community is represented in the Religious Complex in Doha are invited to submit work that reflects their cultural expression/tradition of Christian faith. PRIZES AWARDED!
DEADLINE POSTPONED due to Covid-19: To be determined soon
To apply, visit: oncaravan.org/faithsunveiled
A Prayer During This Pandemic
"May those who suffer from dire and grievous illnesses of the body be remembered before you; send to them an angel of compassion and assuage their souls, which are grievously tormented by terrible afflictions... Save them from their plight. O my Lord and my God, send comfort to all those who are constrained by whatever kind of hardship."
St. Isaac of Qatar (7th century)