Monthly Archives: August 2014

Racism Is Real

August 31, 2014, Emily Linderman preaching

I was planning on preaching my first Sunday morning sermon in this pulpit on the paradox of work and rest this Labor Day weekend. And I thought maybe I’d tell you a little bit about what in the world is an Associate for Staff and Ministry Formation anyway. I was planning on sharing with you why I care so much about the about the paradox of work and Sabbath and why I hope you might too. But some things are erupting all over our world and rippling through our communities and they have my attention.

In particular, Michael Brown, an unarmed, black teenager was shot 6 times and killed by a white police officer, and the resulting protests and the reinvigorated conversations about racism in journalistic and social media outlets, vigils, and organizing meetings all over our country, the world, and here in Seattle have more urgency than my job description. Read more

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Training Day: Refining Our Ministries

We are inviting anyone who is or wants to be involved in Sunday School, greeting, or lay Eucharistic visitors to join us on September 20th to refine our ministries. It is a time to gain depth around what we do, why we do it, and how it brings glory to God and edification to our congregation. Read more

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Building Update for August 28, 2014

Dear Epiphany, Over the last weeks we have had our mechanical and electrical contractors on campus in order to solidify the scope of their work, which will help us firm up prices. Our contractor has done some exploratory investigation in … Read more

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The Keys to the Kingdom

August 24, 2014, The Rev. Doyt Conn preaching

Jesus gives us keys to walk through a door into a space that is bigger than the one we left behind, and, how in this space we have the power to bind what is bad and to loose what is good. This process of binding and loosing starts with how we see a situation. Read more

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The Epiphany Minyan: Falling Upward

Whether you are seeking good formation in the first half of life, or working through suffering as you transition into the second half of life, or looking for a place to peel back the layers to uncover your soul, then this class is for you. Read more

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