The Church of the Epiphany, in Manor Park, London, Ontario, was founded by Dean Davis in 1914 as a mission from St. James Westminster Church. Rector at that time was W.M Shore. The “Little Church that cares” was originally a frame structure with no basement. In 1922, the church inaugurated a fund for the erection of a new building which was completed in 1926 and in 1930 was pronounced “free of debt” and consecrated.
The Parish Hall was constructed entirely by volunteer labour during the great depression using mainly material left over from the old frame church. Today our little church still sits proudly at the corner of Briscoe St. West and Holborn in London Ontario.
Since the closing of Manor Park Public School, Epiphany boasts the only community centre type facility in the area. With the addition of our elevator and two user-friendly washrooms, our church and Memorial Hall are completely and fully accessible to all. Programs like Tai Chi, Music concerts, theatre and the annual Manor and Highland Park service of Remembrance use our facility. Organizations such as Native Inter-Tribal Housing Co-op use our facility. We run a monthly Euchre, Cribbage/games afternoon. We host an area food bank to assist the less fortunate in our service area. For more detail check out the Upcoming Events page. The list of what we do for the community is long and goes on and on.
Current Minister and main contact is:
Rev. Teresa Corrigan
Phone: Cell (519) 671 0577
We are located at: 11 Briscoe St W, London, ON
The Rev. Peter Leonard
Church Email address:
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