Harrowing Of Hell

Julian Petrallia

Julian Petrallia currently serves as the Assistant Director of Music at Epiphany Parish, Seattle alongside Director of Music, Zachary Hemenway. There, he helps to oversee all aspects of the church’s vibrant music program in addition to serving as an instructor for the Epiphany Music Academy. Prior to joining the team at Epiphany, he served as

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

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

The Reverend Lisa Ozaeta

Lisa grew up in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. She received her law degree from OCU School of Law, her MBA from Yale University, DrPH from UNC Chapel Hill, and MDiv from Bexley Seabury. Lisa started her career as General Counsel for Gulfport Energy and Wexford Capital’s oil & gas portfolio companies. Following her time with Gulfport,

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