Brass Band Northwest is playing in the courtyard. Bring the family and a picnic. All are welcome. Read more
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WEEKLY WORD FOR MAY 21, 2012 – Mercy and the Jesus Prayer, a reflection by The Reverend Doyt Conn – Thank You James Cowan – Choir Corner: Laura Blackmore – Pentecost: Wear Red and Baptisms! – Special Concert and Potluck … Read more
WEEKLY WORD FOR MAY 14, 2012 – The New Network of the Church, a reflection by The Reverend Doyt Conn – Epiphany Choir Corner – Taize, sung with the Epiphany Choir – House Concert and Summer Salad potluck, coming up … Read more
WEEKLY WORD FOR MAY 7, 2012 – Why Our Family Goes to Church, a guest reflection – Epiphany Choir Corner – Madrona Mayfair Block Party – Upcoming +TEC Presentations – and more!
WEEKLY WORD FOR APRIL 30, 2012 – Clergy Conference with The Rt. Rev. Katharine Jefferts‐Schori – Contemplative Worship in the Style of Taize – Newcomer Event, coming in May – St. Joseph Mom’s Group, led by Jennifer Alviar – The Fire in … Read more
WEEKLY WORD FOR APRIL 23, 2012 – Holy Week and Seeing with the Eyes of the Soul, a reflection by The Reverend Doyt Conn Choristers Evensong coming up – Wellspring Kids Helping Kids
WEEKLY WORD FOR APRIL 9, 2012 – Resurrection and Note Writing, a reflection by The Reverend Doyt Conn – The Rosehedge Care Team – Summer Family Camp – and more!
Swimming, Camping, Cooking, S’mores, Campfires and songs, and more in a weekend of fun on Whidbey Island. Reserve your spot today! Read more
After the 10:30 service, special guests Adler and Hearne serve up fresh harvests of homegrown music, mixed with seasoned tunes of original ballads and story songs. Read more
Presenter: The Reverend Peter Snow
Date: Sunday 6/17
Time: 9:15-10:15 am
Location: Great Hall
This summer, The Reverend Doyt Conn is recommending Jesus, Man not Myth by the Reverend Peter Snow as Epiphany Parish’s summer read. This novel reveals the familiar bible stories as one narrative. It’s told from the point of view of the disciple John as he looks back from his last days in exile on the Island of Patmos. Read more