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Our Presbyter’s Message

Welcome to the Church of the Epiphany, Gurugram website. I am glad you have chosen to spend a few moments looking around, discovering about us and our church life.

I would like to introduce ourselves as God’s ‘community’ and ‘family,’ a group of people sincerely committed to following Christ Jesus. We worship him as our Lord and pray for the purpose of offering ourselves in service to people with vigor and vitality, to let God’s realm of peace, joy and justice be manifest in Gurugram. We aim to be hope-bearers to offer encouragement and exhortation to people we come across. This entails we love and serve people irrespective whether they belong to the church or not through generosity, and empathy, hospitality and invitation.

Our hope is that all people feel loved and welcomed at the Epiphany. And once here, we pray that people will meet God and as a result of their meeting find revelation of Christ Jesus as their friend who offers fellowship to all. So come as you are and worship with us!

While you are browsing our website, you will learn about our life and programs and get a glimpse of who we are, but only a glimpse. To fully understand us, come to a worship service or to a care group and feel the up-close, in-person fellowship that comes when people share time together in presence of God’s Spirit. Enjoy the website, then come. We would love to meet and know you and above all, worship God with you.

Prateek Pillai
Presbyter I/C

Our Presbyter-in-Charge

The Revd. Prateek Pillai
Rev. Prateek Pillai

Rev. Prateek Pillai is the incumbent Presbyter in-charge of the Church of the Epiphany, (CoE) Gurugram and also, Sadhu Sundar Singh Church, Sohna, a unit of CoE, Gurugram.

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The Church of the Epiphany was originally built to cater to the spiritual needs of the few British civil and military officers posted in Gurgaon during the 1860s. The quaint structure of the original church building dates back to 1862. Its architecture and design are reminiscent of the small chapels of the Victorian era.

You can read a more detailed account of the history of the original church building on our Heritage Church page.

Eventually, in response to the needs of a growing congregation, the new church building was consecrated in 2009. And the following year, 2010, we also acquired and fenced in a new cemetery in Sector 56, Gurgaon.

About CNI

The Church of North India (CNI) is part of the one holy, catholic and apostolic church, the body of Christ, which He is building up out of persons of all generations and races.

The CNI is the dominant united Protestant church in northern India. It was established on 29 November 1970 by bringing together the various Protestant churches working in northern India at the time.

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About Diocese of Delhi, CNI

The Diocese of Delhi is one of the 26 dioceses that together comprise the Church of North India (CNI).

Although the title ‘Diocese of Delhi’ was adopted from the Anglican polity of the erstwhile Province of the Anglican Communion, the present Diocese of Delhi is not actually an Anglican Diocese.

It is composed of the Methodist Church (British and Australasian Conferences), the Baptist Congregations of Baraut and Khekra and those who were members of Green Park Free Church and Free Church, Sansad Marg, New Delhi, the United Church of Northern India in Haryana, and the Church of India (or CIPEC) in Delhi and Haryana.

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