Lost and Found

Welcome to Lost and Found.

This post is designed to help bring lost items home to their owners.

So if anyone has lost an item at church and is wondering if someone has picked it up or someone has found something and is wondering who it belongs to, this is the site. To let folks know about your loss or finding, please contact the website coordinator on 022 457 1955, or at, and we can then let everyone know.

July 14th 2019. Lost: Outside church. One pair of reading glasses with silver frames. If found, ring 022 457 1955.

Thanks to Peter Brown who has returned the lost spectacles to the owner, who will now be able to read the service on Sunday and marvel further (and in focus) at God’s Glory!

The Clinch legacy for Epiphany

Revd Sarah Nothnagel receives the Communion Set and Bible from the Clinch family

On Sunday July 7th, the congregation at Epiphany was blessed with a new NRSV lectern Bible and Communion Set, donated by Ann Clinch, and her family in memory of Pat Clinch, who recently passed away. These wonderful legacies of a life well-lived in the sight of God will be cherished by the Epiphany Community.

Introducing Revs Sarah and Hennie Nothnagel…

Cue trumpets and seraphins, alleluias and blessings! We have new co-vicars at the Epiphany Church.

We will let the pictures tell the story: Bishop of Wellington the Right Rev Justin Duckworth, ably assisted by Archdeacon May Croft, installed Sarah and Hennie Nothnagel to the  position of co-vicars at the Epiphany church, Masterton, on Feb 20th in front of a congregation of witnesses, clergy, and supporters.

Then, on Sunday Feb 24th, Hennie presided and Sarah preached, as we welcomed Spencer James Aburn as a newly-baptised member of Christ’s family, during their first service together with the parish. There were 107 people in the congregation! Praise the Lord  



Son Rise Children’s Service 2020

Son Rise Children’s ChurchSon Rise Children’s Church is a part of the Epiphany community now after a successful end to 2019. The second Sunday of every month offers fun, music, and worship for kids of all ages. Come along and see what all the fun is about.

Next service is Feb 8th at 11 00 am.

Come and join in the fun, and bring a friend! 

In December we enjoyed a large number of children, family members and parishioners for the Son Rise Children’s Service Christmas story


Look out for a great start to 2020 on Feb 8th at 11am. 

2019 saw an increase in families involved in Son Rise. We welcomed a new Christian to the family through Baptism. We had flying angels and bubbles.

We had loaves and fishes.

In 2020 there will be a boat, and our theme for the year will be “PEACE”.

So let your friends know where we are, what we do, and the fun way we bring families to the church of Christ at Epiphany.

Son Rise Nativity business.

Mothers’ Union at Epiphany

On Tuesday 6th November the Epiphany branch of Mother’s Union celebrates 70 years in existence. Celebrations start with a service at 1.45 pm at Epiphany Church.
Come along and see what this vibrant and faithful group of women (and men) are all about in celebration, prayer, and fellowship. New members are welcome!
There is a catered afternoon tea to share.
If you want to know more, contact Cheryl Hansen through the Epiphany Church office.





Kids Song and Story

Epiphany Church Hall
Welcome to 2019!
Kids Song and Story Starts again on Friday Feb 8th.
Kids Song and Story operates every Friday morning during the School Term from 9.30 until 10.30
We provide a caring Christian environment for Pre-schoolers (new born – six) and their Parents/Caregivers
During our session we sing, move to music, enjoy finger play and stories.
Our team of helpers provide morning tea. Children can play with toys inside and enjoy the outdoor play area while Parents/Caregivers can chat and make new friends.
A coin donation can be made if desired.
More information? Phone Pam 3786740 or turn up on the day.
All Welcome.