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New Sacred Ground Group Starting!

What is Sacred Ground?   Sacred Ground is a film- and readings-based dialogue series on race, grounded in faith. Small groups (circles) are invited to walk through chapters of America’s history of race and racism, while weaving in threads of family story, economic class, and political and regional identity.   This 10-week series is built around a

‘Archbishop Tutu’s Treasured Seattle Connection’ by Joel Connelly

“With the reading of such words, no sermon was needed, although Epiphany’s rector Rev. Doyt Conn, Jr., delivered a delightful and personal welcome. It turned out that Tutu was graduation speaker at Conn’s seminary graduation.  On that same day, Conn found he was to become a father.  He and his wife agreed that, if a

January 16: Desmond Tutu Memorial Service

On January 16, 2022 at 5:30 pm, Epiphany will celebrate the life of Archbishop Desmond Mpilo Tutu. This is a worthy celebration because of who he was, what he did, and what he taught. It is an appropriate memorial made more poignant in that it is celebrated on the weekend we remember Dr. Martin Luther

Sharing Our Stories: Adult Formation in 2022

“Wherever you are on your spiritual journey, you have a place at Epiphany.” We’re reminded of that each time we gather, and as Episcopalians, we understand the usefulness of hearing things over and over so they “work the earth of our heart.” But how often do we talk about our journeys? Coffee hour is a

Men’s Retreat–Conversations with God & One Another

  Face to Face: Conversations with God and One Another Dates: December  3, 4, and 5  Location: St. Andrew’s Retreat Center on Hood Canal Facilitator: The Rev. Dr. Ronald David, MD   For this prayerful and contemplative retreat, the Reverend Ronald David MD will offer a framework for reflecting on our individual and collective experiences

Staff Changes at Epiphany

Dear Epiphany,   We have been fortunate over the years to work with some truly dedicated and talented leaders. So it is bittersweet that I announce three resignations that are happening at our Parish: Amanda Eap, Naomi Woodrum, and Ruth Anne Garcia.  Every leaving is unique and personal, representing a hope in each person’s heart

September 12: Annual Fall Kickoff Picnic!

We hope to see you on Sunday in the courtyard after the 11:00 am service for food fellowship and fun, with a special guest, The Reptile Man! There will be henna tattoos and delicious food. We are providing burgers, hot dogs, side dishes, and more!  See friends old and new and mingle with ministry leaders. If

Update to COVID-19 Check-In Process

We are no longer requiring registration for the in-person services. All attendees will need to check-in and will be seated by an usher. Please arrive early to ease the seating process. Social distancing and mask are required. If you have special needs, please contact Diane Carlisle at verger@epiphanyseattle.org, and we will accommodate you. This includes

YWCA Adopt-A-Family Sign-Ups Are Here!

Sherilyn Peterson   As far back as I can remember, Epiphany has generously helped YWCA shelter families with seasonal giving.  Parishioners provide cheery Easter baskets. At the end of Summer we provision, stuff and deliver back-to-school backpacks. We collect pumpkins, costumes, candy and carving toys for Halloween.  We provide generous baskets of food to families