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October 21 – EMA Showcase: Bach to School

EMA Showcase: Bach to School Friday, October 21, 2022 | 7:30 p.m. Open Admission. Live in the church and live-streamed on our youtube channel.  Melinda Abendroth, recorder Darlene Franz, recorder Anna Marsh, bassoon Wyatt Smith, harpsichord Zach Hemenway, harpsichord The first of two Faculty Showcases, join five faculty members of the Epiphany Music Academy for an extravagant evening

October 27 – Bach Motets

Bach: Motets in Madrona Friday, October 27, 2023 | 7:30 pm  Tickets: $25 – available for purchase here Immerse yourself in the unmatched genius of Bach’s choral writing, performed by some of our region’s finest singers and continuo players. Bach’s motets are at once virtuosic and accessible to the audience. The concert will feature Bach’s profoundly

What should I wear?

You may wear whatever you feel comfortable in to worship at Epiphany. Some worshipers dress up for church, some wear jeans and a t-shirt. It really doesn’t matter. What matters is that you feel comfortable.

Is there parking or public transportation available?

Epiphany has two small parking lots, and there is ample free street parking in the surrounding neighborhood. The Metro Bus #2 also stops directly across the street on Madrona Boulevard, though you will want to check bus schedules for changes during the pandemic.

How has COVID-19 affected your worship, service, and engagement offerings?

Epiphany is fully following the recommendations of our diocese, county, and state elected officials during the Covid-19 pandemic.  Sunday morning services are offered in two formats: Sunday in-person Eucharistic services at 8:45 a.m. and 11 a.m. Masks, social distancing, and pre-registration are required. Email verger@epiphanyseattle.org to request the link to register for in-person service. Sunday