Welcome to the Church of the Epiphany is a part of the Anglican Diocese of Cyprus
and the Gulf. The congregation is an international Christian community
whose members come from many different Christian traditions and
countries who have found their spiritual home with us during their time in
Qatar. We work hard together at building and sharing an experience of
Community and Communion with individuals and families in Qatar.
As a spiritual family we always enjoy welcoming and getting to know
those who are new to Qatar and to help them feel a sense of belonging
Being a part of the worldwide Anglican Communion our worship uses the
Book of Common Prayer which helps to root us in the continuing history of
the Catholic Church while also linking us to a vast fellowship of Christians
throughout the world.
The Epiphany Church at the end of day is simply a group of people who in
their daily life are seeking and growing as disciples of Jesus, in love and
service the world. As such the Epiphany provides a variety of
opportunities to grow in faith and deepen our life with God and each other.
I very much hope you enjoy browsing our website and discovering a little
more about us – but of course the best way to do that is to come along to
one of the services and find out for yourself!
I look forward to seeing you at the Epiphany.
Fr Paul Davies
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From our blog
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“The greatest need of our time is simply to be the Church,