Doug is serving in his first term on Vestry and finds it an encouragement, a challenge and an opportunity for fellowship-3 things that also make Epiphany so special to him and his family. He is a husband, father and a grandfather and is grateful for the chance to spend time with his first granddaughter on
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Sherilyn is curious and her passion is learning—about everything—people, nature, travel, racial reconciliation, religion, relationships, history, gardening, cooking, wine and how to fix things. Sherilyn is an attorney by training, and is analytical and compassionate. Sherilyn has been in relationship with Epiphany for over 30 years through worship the vestry, Diocesan Convention work, Altar Guild,
Diane joined Epiphany as a staff member in 2012. Diane Carlisle and her husband, Terry, have been active members of Epiphany since 1982. They live on their boat, Exodus. Diane graduated from the University of Washington in 1982 and spent the next 32 years in the education field. Diane joined the Epiphany staff in 2012
Zach Hemenway is Director of Music at Epiphany, a post he has held since July 2018. Zach holds an undergraduate degree in organ performance from Yale University and a masters in organ performance from the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, NY. At Yale, he was particularly active in the Institute of Sacred Music. Prior
Kari Glover’s first introduction to Epiphany Parish came in 1979, when my husband Thad Alston and I inquired about having our wedding at Epiphany. Thad was a long-time Episcopalian. I previously was confirmed in the Presbyterian Church. Neither of us knew much about Epiphany, but we knew Thad’s mother would be very happy that we
The Reverend Doyt L. Conn Jr.
Doyt grew up in Rochester, MN and received his Bachelors from Northwestern University in 1989. After college he worked as a Project Director for the international relief organization AmeriCares. In 1992 he joined the Hawk Group of Companies in Cleveland, OH where he worked as a product manager, and in mergers and acquisitions. His final