Epiphany Urdu-Hindi Fellowship

Epiphany Urdu-Hindi Fellowship started in early 2021. We are part of the larger Epiphany community, the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas, and the Worldwide Anglican Communion. The fellowship is a call to come together to worship and serve our Triune God and the community. We find it a part of the providential blessing that Hindi and Urdu speakers can come together and worship without the language barrier.

Our Vision

To help individuals to be transformed in the image of Christ by reflecting the image of Christ through loving and serving.

Our Vision

To help individuals to be transformed in the image of Christ by reflecting the image of Christ through loving and serving.

Our Mission

The mission of the Epiphany Urdu-Hindi Fellowship is to reach Urdu-Hindi-speaking communities with an intentional effort to fulfill the Great Commandment and the Great Commission.

Our Core Values

Glorifying the Triune God

We believe that the purpose of creation is to glorify God. It is an extraordinary privilege for humanity to be created in the image of God. As his image-bearers, we are uniquely qualified to reflect Our God in our daily lives through worshipping, loving, and serving.

The Guidance of the Spirit

We believe that God’s Spirit is the guide for the church and every individual who follows him. From understanding the scriptures to applying God’s revelation in everyday life and expressing that through worship is rightly done when the Spirit leads it.

The Authority of Scripture

We believe in the inspiration and the authority of the Bible in matters of faith and everyday living. We understand God’s relationship and his plan of salvation for us and the rest of creation through scriptures.

Loving Well, Serving Well

We understand that the Great Commandment, loving God and our neighbor, is the key to Christian living. This love must be expressed both in words and actions.


The Christian life is a continuous process of shaping our lives into Christlikeness. Reading, listening to, pondering on it, and applying God’s word personally and a fellowship of believers plays an essential role in this process.

Sharing the Treasure

The Great Commission is the responsibility of all Christians. The joy of sharing the gospel is expressed in the imagery of a hungry person telling others where to find food. We believe that it is our responsibility to share the great treasure of the gospel of Jesus Christ with others.

Pastor Christopher Stephen

Chris and Mahvish were born and raised in Pakistan. They have two boys, Ethan and Eliah. Chris achieved his first theological degree from Gujranwala Theological Seminary in Pakistan. He was ordained in the Church of Pakistan, Diocese of Karachi, and served at St. Thomas Theological College and several churches in the Diocese of Karachi. He achieved his STM from Dallas Theological Seminary and is currently working on his dissertation in the Ph. D. program in the Department of Theological Studies at Dallas Theological Seminary.