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Church of the Epiphany
  • 262 Main Street North
    Southbury, Connecticut 06488
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Staff
Rector

Marston Price

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Father Marston Price has a M.Div from the Episcopal Divinity School in Cambridge, Massachusetts (1982), an M.A. in Architecture from the University of Washington in Seattle (1975) and a B.S. in Business Administration from the University of Miami (1969).  He served as a peace corps volunteer in Brazil from 1969-1971.  He retired from full-time ministry in January, 2011 after serving for 31 years.  Beginning at Trinity Church, Newport, he went on to serve in Brazil for the National Church for three years before coming back to the United States to serve parishes in Georgetown, Washington, D.C., Cape Cod, and Connecticut.  During his ministry, he served on the following boards:

  • Retired Clergy Steering Committee
  • Grace Meadows & Pierce Hollow Village Affordable Senior Housing
  • Diocesan Bishop's Fund for Children
  • Naugatuck Youth and Family Service
  • Naugatuck Teen Theatre
  • Regional Six Mental Health Board
  • Emmaus Youth Movement - Spiritual Director

Father Marston's ministry objectives are, and always have been, to seek to serve the Lord by being a catalyst for the transformational love, acceptance and forgiveness of Christ; engaging individuals (Eph. 3:14-19, NRSV)  and a Parish to find and live in a relationship with God through the Holy Spirit.  He is married to Pamela Rorholm Price and lives with their malti-pooh, Mister Gibbs.  He has four "children" ranging in ages from 34-45 and three grandchildren, ages 4, 6 and 10.






Office Administrator

Cindie Boisits

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Cindie Boisits began her time at Church of the the Epiphany in February of 2017 and enjoys her role very much.  Prior to coming to Epiphany, she was an elder care provider.  Her first professional job was as an administrative assistant for Timex in Middlebury.  In between the two positions, raising a family took center stage.  Cindie resides in Southbury and enjoys gardening, reading, and spending time with family and friends.






Music Director/Webmaster

Todd Gorski

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Todd Gorski has two degrees in music education from Western Connecticut State University (B.S. 2003, M.S. 2006).  At WCSU, he studied piano with Howard Tuvelle and Susan Anthony-Klein and voice with Perry Price.  He previously served as Music Director at Grace Congregational Church, Farmington (1995-2005), Church of the Epiphany, Southbury (2006-2011), Bethel United Methodist Church, Bethel (2011-2016) and returned to this church to serve as Music Director again in 2017.  He was a music teacher at the Fraser-Woods School in Newtown (2003-2004), music teacher in the Bethel, CT school system from 2004-2015 where he directed the middle school choirs, musically directed middle school musical productions and accompanied the high school choirs in concerts and adjudications. He came to Region 14 (Woodbury/Bethlehem) in 2015 as a library media specialist, but quickly became involved with the music department.  He taught music at Nonnewaug High School and Woodbury Middle School, accompanied Nonnewaug’s choirs in concerts and adjudicated festivals, and musically directed Cinderella, Bye Bye Birdie and Footloose.  In September of 2018, he will join the music faculty at Woodbury Middle School and is excited to teach world drumming, ukulele and digital music as part of a new spread of courses.






Manager, Upper Room Thrift Shop

Dorrie Johnson

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Dorrie came to the Church of the Epiphany in 1970.  She raised three children in the church.  She was a Sunday School Teacher, a choir member, and served on the Vestry many times.  She ran several successful church fairs and started the Cookie Walk almost 40 years ago!  In 1997, with the help of Shirley Martin from the Church of the Epiphany and some members of St. James' Lutheran Church, she started the Upper Room Thrift Shop.  She serves as its manager, overseeing all aspects of the thrift shop and proudly announcing each Distribution of Funds to help those less fortunate.