Annual Pumpkin Patch

Each October, Epiphany Parish's lawn becomes home to thousands of pumpkins. The pumpkins are consigned from a Navajo Reservation in Farmington, New Mexico. More than 1,000 Native Americans are employed and over 2 million dollars are raised for the reservation's local economy each pumpkin season. In addition to the outreach provided to the Navajo people, Epiphany also supports various other organizations including The Walpole Food Pantry and The American Red Cross.  Many volunteers are needed each year to host the Pumpkin Patch.  The schedule is broken up into 2 hour shifts throughout the month. Contact the church office if you would like to join the committee or help in the patch.

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A Great BIG Thank You!

We wish to thank everyone in our church community as well as the community at large for supporting the 2018 Pumpkin Patch.  We had our most successful year yet.  The proceeds are shared between Epiphany Parish and the Navajo Reservation in New Mexico where our pumpkins are grown.

We appreciate everyone’s support and we look forward to the 2019 pumpkin season!

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Food Allergy Policy

In an effort to make our church safe and welcoming to all we have adopted guidelines for the preparation and presentation of food at church events.  Please click on this link to read these guidelines or to print a copy of the food ingredient tent card.

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Walpole, MA  02081


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