Did you know that Epiphany has a Racial Justice and Reconciliation Library in the Fireside Room? We have over 150 books ranging in subject matter from history, to novels, anti-bias/white privilege, spirituality, Native American and Latinx titles. Any questions? Please contact Sherilyn Peterson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
On September 18, we will introduce the series on the Sacred Arts. We will explore how historic Christianity recognizes God as the source of all beauty either through direct creation or through humans as divine image bearers. We will look at how beauty calls us to know and love God more. Join us online or
Sundays | Begins September 18 | 4:00 pm | Christie House Library & Zoom Susan Pitchford & Lisa Ozaeta In this study, we will examine seven Christian practices that are rooted in our ancient traditions. We will cover: 1. Prayer, 2. the Liturgical Year, 3. Being the Church Community, 4. the Eucharist, 5. Holiness of
I am pleased to be able to update the parish that we have incorporated Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) principles into the portfolios managed on behalf of Epiphany Parish by Garde Management. By way of background, last year, an ESG policy committee was formed at the request of The Rev. Doyt Conn and Ed Emerson.
With the death of Queen Elizabeth II at the center of this cultural moment for so many of us around the world, it’s worth taking a minute to reflect on her relationship to us as Episcopalians. Is there any reason for us to pay attention to news like that from across the pond? First, some
Please reach out if you or your family need any type of support during the ongoing Seattle Public Schools labor dispute. This includes childcare, food options, or afterschool needs. Epiphany’s Children & Youth Minister, Kelsey Lucido, is actively working on some creative ways to be there for the community, but direct requests for support are
We invite you to join us for the new season of the Women’s Retreat Group. We gather monthly, 9:00 to 11:00 am at the Christie House Library or by Zoom, unless otherwise noted, starting Saturday, September 10. We welcome all women of Epiphany to join us in a series of fellowship and insight gatherings over
Dear Epiphany, St. Augustine taught that evil is not a substance. It is, as it were, a by-product of our freedom, and especially of our sin. Some say the effects of that sin did not fall solely on the world of humans, but spilled over into the natural world as well, in the form of
Dear Epiphany, It is so startling to hear that 21 people who got up in the morning yesterday to go to school and do their work, never came home. There’s nothing to account for that kind of evil, except evil itself. In its wake, there is a spiritual disquietude that stirs the hearts of