Epiphany is an Episcopal Church in the city of Seattle, situated in the Madrona Denny-Blaine neighborhood. One hundred years ago Epiphany was built to be a spiritual center of gravity for this community, but over time it has grown to become a neighborhood church for the whole city. Epiphany is a spiritual oasis, if you will, of Christian hospitality that supports people on their spiritual journeys, wherever that may be.
We are a place of gathering, conversation, being, and belonging. Ours is simply to listen and encourage the relationships that happen along the way—relationships between individuals and their innate gifts, among people, and between people and God. Jesus is at the center of this conversation. He is our primary teacher. The understanding of Jesus is widely interpreted at Epiphany, and this adds to the richness of conversation that happens on this holy ground. Wherever you are on your spiritual journey, you are welcome at Epiphany.
How goes it with your soul? This was how Christians greeted one another long, long ago. The health and wholeness of the soul was of the utmost importance between friends. The soul was commonly understood as that part of us that holds everything together—the metaphysical glue of a person, if you will. The possibility for our soul is that we become that which God imagined we could be even before our birth. Our hope is that Epiphany is a place where people gather to know and magnify their souls.