Gas phase epoxidation of propene using molecular oxygen was studied by use of a high-throughput testing technique. A large number of catalysts including promoted and un-promoted Cu were synthesized in a much faster combinatorial fashion using a sol-gel method. Metal catalysts supported on high and low surface area silica were tested and ranked in a high-throughput activity and selectivity testing apparatus at different experimental conditions such as reaction temperature and reactant gas ratio. The amount of Cu loading and the addition of alkali promoters such as K and Li resulted in different tendencies in consumption rate for both silica materials. The maximum PO production rate was obtained as 25.82 mu mol/g/cat./min (2.90 % conv. and 20.49 % selectivity) for 3 % Cu-2.25 % K catalyst supported on high surface area silica. There was no noticeable difference in structural and chemical properties of catalysts after modification with K when examined by XRD and TEM; however, the overall activation energy of un-modified catalysts (92 kJ/mol) decreased to 71 kJ/mol for K-modified catalyst. There was negligible difference between the activation energies calculated for PO production (75 vs. 77 kJ/mol).