Served with love.
Epiphany participates with We Care, a faith-based non-profit that has been serving the community by meeting the needs of all our neighbors, regardless of income or age.
Refugee Task Force
Refugee Task Force grew from our hosting a Syrian family to cook with us and share stories of refugee life. Through a resultant relationship with Bethany Christian Services, we were advised that while we were too small a community to settle a refugee family, we could serve the unaccompanied migrant children (mostly Central American refugees) placed in our area by providing needed school supplies and hosting fun days for the children. We also hosted a Refugee Informational Night and Know Your Rights talks for our immigrant neighbors.
Immigrant Neighbor Assistant
The Pullman area contains many people who are food insecure.
Many of them are undocumented immigrants. Pullman Love INC
began a food pantry ten years ago that has steadily grown to serve
more and more hungry folks. Epiphany volunteers and support are an integral part of the food pantry and many other services provided by Pullman Love INC.
Claiming the Unclaimed
Claiming the Unclaimed is our special ministry for memorializing and interring the cremated remains of those who have no family to offer them a final resting place. We reserve a place for them in Epiphany’s Memorial Garden.
IN THE NEWS
We were delighted by the recent attention of WWMT Channel 3 in Kalamazoo to Epiphany’s Claiming the Unclaimed ministry, and we appreciated their thoughtful and excellent coverage. View the video here on the News channel 3 website.
Pastoral Care Team
In addition to meeting the pastoral care needs of our congregation,
one of our major goals is to help us stay independently in our own homes as we get older (when that is appropriate).