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To learn more about Christ together as brothers and sisters and to grow with one another in the love of Christ.

Guiding verse

This is how we have come to know love: the Messiah gave his life for us. We, too, ought to give our lives for our brothers.

-1 John 3:16

Office bearers - 2024


Rev. Pramod Zachariah

Vice President:

Mr. Robin Varughese


Mr. Jason Mathew


Mr. Joel Mathew

Joint Secretary:

Miss. Christina George


  • Men's fellowship and Women's fellowship (Precious Jewels) takes place every second Friday of each month.
  • Every second Sunday of each month we gather after service and have our monthly Second Sunday Meeting.
  • The third Friday of every alternating month is reserved for Koinoina, which is a night of fellowship for all the youth.
  • The alternating months in which we don't have Koinoina we volunteer at the Huntington Food Pantry on the third Saturday.
  • A bake sale is held every third Sunday at church after service to raise money for the different events we hold.
  • B.A.S.I.C - Brother And Sisters In Christ - a time of fellowship with praising God through songs and then hear a message of God from a speaker. We also have a time of prayer at the end and this takes place every fourth Friday of each month.

  • 5 Terre
    Hymns of Hasha: Good Friday English Liturgical Songs by Youths
    5 Terre
    Revival Night 2022
    5 Terre
    Epiphany Youths with Issac Mar Philoxenos Thirumeni
    5 Terre
    Epiphany Youths with Rev. Aju Abraham
    5 Terre
    Epiphany Youths at LIMC
    Events - 2022

    Events During the Year 2021






    Epiphany Church

    Our Parish History

    The first approved congregation in North America started as the Mar Thoma-Church of South India prayer group. The congregation, the Mar Thoma Church of Greater New York, met for worship service at the All Saints Lutheran church in Jamaica in the borough of Queens in New York City. After conducting worship services briefly at a worship place in Manhattan, the congregation moved in 1974 to a Presbyterian Church near 174th Street in Fort Washington, at the north end of the Manhattan borough of NYC, and it was its abode until the congregation was divided into four parishes.

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