Harrowing Of Hell

Karen Berry

Karen joined the Epiphany staff as Parish Administrator in June 2022. Karen comes to us from St. John’s Episcopal Church in Chevy Chase, Maryland, where she served as Director of Church Operations for eight years. She is a native of Minnesota, and graduated from Bethel University with a B.A. in Piano Performance and Psychology.   

The Reverend Lex Breckinridge

Lex grew up in the small town of Beckley WV and was educated at St Paul’s School, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and the Tulane University School of Law where he met Zonnie, the love of his life, in the law school library. They were married at the end of their first

The Reverend Pam Tinsley

Pam began serving at Epiphany as Associate Priest in July 2022.  Before making Tacoma her home, Pam grew up on the East Coast. She majored in German at the College of William and Mary, followed by graduate studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she met her husband, Dave. After they

Kelsey Lucido

Kelsey grew up in both the Bay Area, CA, and Southern Oregon. She received her Bachelor’s in theology and political science from Seattle Pacific University in 2018. Kelsey has spent the last three years in Princeton, NJ completing her master’s in divinity, where she earned a certificate in women, gender, and theology. She is passionate

Dani Lugotoff

Dani Lugotoff joined the Epiphany staff in February of 2022 as the Campus Care Manager. Dani was born in Fulterton, CA and grew up in a small town called Ojai. In 2021, Dani graduated from Southern Oregon University where she received a Bachelor’s degree in sociology and anthropology. Through her education, she became increasingly interested

Lisa Ozaeta

Lisa is passionate about helping people connect with God and others. She is focused on learning how we can use digital spaces to experience God and grow in community. Lisa spends a lot of time navigating online spaces. She is an online seminary student at Bexley Seabury and teaches online at the University of Southern

Susan Pitchford

Susan joined Epiphany in 2015. She recently retired after nearly thirty years as a sociologist at the University of Washington, and before that she had a very short career as a nurse. She is a member of the Third Order, Society of St. Francis, which is a community that lives the Franciscan life “in the