Adult Formation: Sacred Arts Series

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

From the Treasurer: Our ESG Principles

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.

Support During the Teacher Strike

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

An Essay on Evil

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

Today, We Are Reminded…

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