Harrowing Of Hell

Linzi Stahlecker

Linzi is interning at Epiphany Parish. She joined us just before Holy Week 2020 and will serve here for one year, she is a postulant in the diocese, and a final-year MDiv student at Seattle University.  Linzi currently convenes the weekly Faith & Parenting conversation and is the co-lead and regular officiant of Morning Prayer

Dr. Mike Evans

Mike and his wife Barbara joined Epiphany shortly after their marriage in the summer of 1968. They have both been involved in a number of parish activities over the years, but Mike’s primary commitment has been to service and outreach. He has a principal interest in matters of justice––economic, racial, environmental, or otherwise––as embodied in

Bill Forbes

Bill is a lifelong Episcopalian and a native of Washington, having grown up on Mercer Island.     He has been involved with Epiphany for 40 years, doing many volunteer activities; Service and Outreach, Operation Night Watch, and serving on the Vestry including being Senior Warden.  He is an avid skier and spends each summer exploring the Northwest

Laura Rodde

Laura joined the Epiphany staff in July of 2018. Laura grew up in Rochester, Minnesota, and received her Bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.  After moving to Seattle in 2001, Laura worked for Horizon Air and Red Tricycle. Laura brings a general management background, a passion for working with people, and a wear many

Megan Hutcheson

Megan is a long-time volunteer and project manager on the Epiphany Campus The Epiphany campus feels like a second home to Megan and its members a second family. She loves walking down hallways and sitting in spaces that bring back wonderfully rich memories full of the love and grace she’s always experienced at Epiphany.  Currently,

Dr. Wyatt Smith

Dr. Wyatt D. Smith joined Epiphany as an organ scholar in 2017.  Wyatt is a native of Rapid City, South Dakota. He serves at Epiphany Seattle as the Associate Director of Music and as Director of the Epiphany Music Academy. As the Associate Director of Music, he assists in the operations of Epiphany’s music program,

Gieth Phou

Gieth Phou has been the Sexton at Epiphany since 2009. Gieth is from Cambodia and was born in a small village in the northwest of Banteay Meanchey. He grew up working with his family on their farm. Gieth moved to Seattle in 2000 to live a better life,  he likes the weather and nature surrounding 

Naomi Woodrum

Naomi Woodrum came to Epiphany in July of 2017. Naomi Woodrum was born in Kumamoto, Japan and was adopted by her missionary parents at nine months old. She spent the first 12 years of her life in various parts of Japan, attending public schools and getting to experience and learn the language and culture. Her