Worship and Liturgy

Gather in community to thank,

praise, and dwell with God.

Central to our Christian life at Christ the King-Epiphany Church is our weekly Sunday worship at 8:30 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. with a coffee hour afterward. Our sanctuary is equipped with chairs, not pews, to enable a flexible and creative worship service.  In addition, our property provides ample space for processions and outdoor services throughout the year.

New Platform for Online Worship

We use YouTube for streaming our worship services.

To find our YouTube channel, click here
Visit our webpage at www.ctkepiphany.org and go to profile tab and then click on the YouTube link and it will bring you right to page.
search on YouTube for Christ the King Epiphany Wilbraham.

Once you’ve found our channel,
click subscribe so that you can find our channel more easily in the future.

Also please note:
You can also watch our worship service on our channel
after Sunday morning.
So if you’re unavailable or not feeling up to joining us at 10:00 –
we will be there waiting for you when you’re ready!

Please contact our office at (413 596-3045) or email office@ctkepiphany.org for any questions regarding our on-line streaming services.  We value the community aspect of seeing and sharing with everyone.

Our Liturgy (work of the people) is a hands-on and active participation including choir and music director, lay readers, ushers, assisting minister, flower guild, altar guild, communion bread bakers, congregation responses and hymns, and last, but definitely not least, the hospitality group.  And we especially look for ways to include children’s participation.

As a combined Lutheran and Episcopalian Church, we are spiritually richer in our openness and receptivity to changes in worship.  The content of the liturgy comes primarily from the Revised Common Lectionary, Evangelical Lutheran Worship, the Episcopal Book of Common Prayer, plus several hymnals and other appropriate texts.  We move from season to season as certain portions of the liturgy change, gathered together, hand in hand through prayer before God.

To learn more about worship at Christ the King-Epiphany, check out What to expect on Sundays.