Epiphany Fellowship Church Plants

Just as Paul planted churches in urban areas so that the gospel could systemically spread through the core cultural centers, so does Epiphany Fellowship plant in macro and micro urban centers globally to spread the glory of the gospel. In Acts 14:21-23, Paul and Barnabas planted churches together and their process was to preach the gospel to the city, make disciples, appoint leaders, and commend them to independent dependence. That is our passion. This is why we send leaders from the east to the west coast of the US, plant churches in Africa through our partnership with indigenous leaders, and partner with global church planting networks to resource churches on almost every continent. With all this being said, our deepest passion lies in planting among urban ethnic minorities because there is a great and evident need for the gospel to flow through these communities and transform hearts.
Epiphany Fellowship of Camden

Epiphany Fellowship of Camden

Camden, New Jersey

Pastor Doug Logan
Launched in 2012

www.epiphanycamden.org

Restoration Church

Restoration Church

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Pastor AJ Smith
Launched in 2014

www.restorationphl.org

Epiphany Church

Epiphany Church

Brooklyn, New York

Pastor Brandon Watts
Launched in 2016

www.epiphanybk.com/

Epiphany Fellowship Los Angeles

Epiphany Fellowship Los Angeles

Los Angeles, California

Pastor Tommy Forester
Launched in 2017

www.epiphanyla.org

Epiphany Church Wilmington

Epiphany Church Wilmington

Wilmington, Delaware

Pastor R. Derrick Parks
Coming Soon

www.epiphanywilmington.org/

Epiphany Church Baltimore

Epiphany Church Baltimore

Baltimore, Maryland

Pastor Charlie Mitchell
Coming Soon

www.epiphanybmore.com/

My first years in the ministry were trying times for me spiritually. I struggled to understand the importance of a comprehensive picture of missional engagement. I believe this was due in part to my failure to fully understand the biblical framework of missional engagement. As I got older and was discipled, I began to learn that the entire Bible was God’s missional plan to redeem lost humanity. As I turned to the Scriptures, the centrality of this component to missional engagement suddenly leapt off of the page. Everything changed in how I engaged the block when I understood Genesis 3 in light of the mission of God.

Pastor Doug Logan

Lead Pastor, Epiphany Fellowship of Camden

With a population of 2.6 million people in more than 80 distinct neighborhoods, the need for churches is great. Although Brooklyn is known as the “Borough of Churches,” taking the 2.6 million residents of Brooklyn and placing them in the existing churches would result in each church operating at a membership of approximately 3,500 people. We desperately need more churches that are serious about seeing the city transformed by the gospel message.

Pastor Brandon Watts

Lead Pastor, Epiphany Church

For this city, my heart yearns to see the glory of God cover L.A. as a part of the promise that when Christ comes again the glory of God will cover the earth as the waters cover the sea (Hab. 2:14). We are excited to join Jesus and to see this mission go forward through gospel engagement and church planting nearby every college in our under-resourced communities of L.A. beginning in South L.A.

Pastor Tommy Forester

Lead Pastor, Epiphany Fellowship Los Angeles