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New to Epiphany

Wherever you are on your spiritual journey, you have a place at Epiphany

I am glad you found your way to Epiphany. However you came, with whatever hopes or life experience or beliefs you have, whomever you love, know that you belong here. There is a place for you at Epiphany. How do I know that? Because I know you are made by God and are loved by God. I know you are a spiritual being having a human experience, and I am convinced that God put Epiphany in your path providentially.

At Epiphany we practice a way of being set forth by Jesus. In addition to weekly Sunday and special worship services, we offer exquisite musical performances, challenging classes and conversations, and dozens of opportunities to serve and engage and support one another. We draw upon the great minds and hearts in our midst and welcome visiting artists, teachers, theologians, historians, community leaders, spiritual masters and practitioners to share their insights and their gifts through our many events.

May your time at Epiphany, for however long that time is, be a blessing upon your soul. 

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What to expect

Epiphany is fully following the recommendations of our diocese, county, and state elected officials during the Covid-19 pandemic. Most of our activities have shifted to online.

Sunday morning services are offered in two formats:

  1. Sunday in-person Eucharistic services at 9:00 a.m. and 11:15 a.m. Masks, social distancing, and pre-registration are required.
  2. Sunday online Eucharistic service at 8:45 a.m. This service is also archived, so you can watch it at any time

Services are approximately 1 hour in length.

Children are ALWAYS welcome at Epiphany. We offer a children’s sermon during the Liturgy of the Word at 8:45 and 11:00 am, as well as Sunday school at 10:00 each Sunday from September through May. Parents are always welcome to join their children in the children’s activities.

Please check children’s webpage for updates on children’s worship and Sunday school during this period of COVID-19.

Epiphany has two small parking lots, and there is ample free street parking in the surrounding neighborhood.
The Metro Bus #2 also stops directly across the street on Madrona Boulevard, though you will want to check bus schedules for changes during the pandemic.

You may wear whatever you feel comfortable in to worship at Epiphany. Some worshipers dress up for church, some wear jeans and a t-shirt. It really doesn’t matter. What matters is that you feel comfortable.

You do not need to be an Episcopalian to attend Epiphany. We welcome everyone regardless of their beliefs. Our hope is that you leave our services enriched and refreshed.

More questions? We're here to help. 

Want to have a conversation about life at Epiphany? Email Laura Sargent, Engagement Minister, at lsargent@epiphanyseattle.org who leads newcomer welcome. Or call (206) 324-2573 and an Epiphany staff member will be back in touch promptly.