Harrowing Of Hell

What is Realm?

Realm is an online ministry tool. It helps Epiphany connect with you and you connect with Epiphany. Realm allows you to manage your personal information, control your giving, and keep in touch with groups that matter to you. All of our data is safely stored and backed up in the cloud, making it available 24/7

Pledging FAQs

What is the Annual Appeal? This is a month-long fundraising campaign in the Fall of the year when parishioners are asked to commit financially to support the mission and programs and staff of their church. What is a Pledge?  Each year Epiphany parishioners are asked to make a financial commitment, known as a pledge, to

How to Pay your Pledge

Set up recurring payments from your bank or your credit card at this link. Make regular payments by cash, check or credit card. Gift  appreciated stock by transferring to Epiphany’s secure account. Contact Epiphany Business Manager/Accountant, Pam Demian, at pdemian@epiphanyseattle.org for transfer instructions. Pay directly from your IRA to Epiphany. Depending on your age, you

Schola calls only

These links detail calls that are optional for volunteer singers. Schola calls will generally require that you prepare music in advance of the day (music can be found in the “upcoming music” link above). List view: Schola calls only List view Calendar view: please note that this view does not contain any important information regarding

All Adult Calls – both full choir and schola

These links list all rehearsals and services for any adult ensemble.  Full Adult Choir indicates the mandatory service for the day, while the term “schola” indicates it is optional for all volunteer singers. Schola calls will general require that you prepare music in advance of the day. List view: All Adult calls list view Calendar

Full Choir calls only

These links will only list the calls for the full choir. These are the calls which represent the baseline commitment to the choir. A sign-out sheet for communicating absences is located on the piano in the choir room. List view: Full choir calls only list view Calendar view: please note that this view does not

I grew up Catholic. What should I expect?

Services are very similar to what you grew up with except we have women priests and married priests. Another difference is that all people are welcome to receive communion. You will see some people genuflecting and/or crossing themselves during the service, and some not. We do have confession, but it is not required to take