Show Your L.A. Pride!
Vote Now and Every Day for Church of Epiphany
The Oldest Episcopal Church in Los Angeles
One of L.A.’s historic treasures, the Church of the Epiphany in Lincoln Heights is the oldest Episcopal church in Los Angeles, a hub of the Chicano movement, and an ongoing center for social justice activism and community service.
The Epiphany Conservation Trust exists for the preservation of the living legacy that is the Church of the Epiphany. Through renovation and restoration of its historic building, and the re-telling of its history in the struggle for human rights, we continue to support programs for education, civil rights, and economic justice in the area.
The Church of the Epiphany is one of only 20 historic places in the U.S.—and the only one in Southern California—competing in the 2018 Partners in Preservation: Main Streets program. Sponsored by the National Trust for Historic Preservation, Main Street America, and American Express, the program will provide a total of $2 million in preservation grants to projects that receive the most votes.
Epiphany needs funding from this program to complete much-needed repairs and renovation. But competition is fierce, and we can’t win it without your help!
Vote for the Preservation of the Church of Epiphany
(Votar por la Preservación de la Iglesia de Epifania)
- Please vote for L.A.’s Church of the Epiphany five times a day (at once), every day, through October 26.
- You can log in through Facebook or create an account with your email address (check your spam/junk folder for your email confirmation).
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For Text Reminders: Text EPIPHANY to 474747
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Questions? Contact us at email@example.com or (323) 227-9931.