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The Weekly Word is Epiphany's weekly e-newsletter, which includes reflections, announcements, upcoming events, and the recent happenings in our community. To receive the Weekly Word by email, please contact the Parish Office, or subscribe to the Weekly Word email list here.

The Monthly Message is Epiphany's monthly newsletter, covering the most recent happenings in our community as well as announcements and a calendar for the upcoming month. To receive the Monthly Message by mail, please contact the Parish Office with your current address.

Weekly Word for December 15, 2017

– Seattle, Our New, Home Sweet Home! – A Reflection by The Rev. Ruth Anne Garcia
– Join the Choristers for Christmas Caroling Around the Epiphany Neighborhood
– Evening Prayer During Advent
– Celebration of New and Mutual Ministry at St. John the Baptist Episcopal Church, West Seattle
– Christmas at Epiphany
– The Epiphany Choirs will sing God Bless America at the beginning of the Harlem Globetrotters show at Key Arena! Read more

Weekly Word for December 8, 2017

– Ain’t that good news? – A Reflection by Joseph O’Berry
– A Service ofLessons & Carols
– Advent Day of Quiet
– Annual Greening of the Church
– Christmas at Epiphany
– Epiphany Choirs will sing God Bless America at Key Arena Read more

DECEMBER MONTHLY MESSAGE

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Weekly Word for December 1, 2017

– Meditation on Advent, A Reflection by The Rev. Doyt L. Conn, Jr.
– New Senior Associate Priest Ruth Anne Garcia preaches this Sunday
– Epiphany Choristers Sing Their First Choral Evensong
– Evening Prayer During Advent
– Advent Day of Quiet- You May Not Know, But… Read more

Weekly Word for November 24, 2017

– Travel Light, A Reflection by The Rev. Todd Foster
– Seattle Marathon this Sunday
– Advent Workshop
– Choral Evensong for the Feast of Christ the King
– Christmastide Flower Fund
– Advent Day of Quiet Read more

Weekly Word for November 17, 2017

– The Advent Challenge
– Ingathering Sunday
– Choral Evensong for the Feast of Christ the King
– A Report From The Music Director Search Committee
– Advent Day of Quiet
– Thanksgiving Day At Epiphany Read more

Weekly Word for November 10, 2017

THIS SUNDAY Dr. Rowan Williams to Preach at Epiphany Parish November 12 at the 8:45 and 11 am Services Former Archbishop of Canterbury Dr. Rowan Williams will preach at Epiphany on Sunday, November 12, at both the 8:45 am and … Read more

Weekly Word for November 3, 2017

– The Divine Nature of Jesus, A Reflection by The Rev. Doyt l. Conn, Jr.
– Money Matters
– Something Old is New Again
– Concert November 12 at 6:15 in the Church
– Dr. Rowan Williams to Preach at Epiphany
– Thanksgiving Food Drive
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November Monthly Message

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Weekly Word for October 27, 2017

Organ Olympics 2017: Notes from the Organ Scholar The city of MontrĂ©al, Quebec, Canada is home to a rich French-Canadian heritage featuring great architecture, fantastic food, and shopping opportunities. In the summer of 1976, this great city was home to … Read more

Weekly Word for October 20, 2017

– Our Regular Programming, A Reflection by Holly Boone
– Looking Forward and Backward: Becoming a 500-year church and Our Anglican Heritage
– Notes From The Annual Verger’s Conference
– 20s & 30ish Spice O’ Life Get Together
– Block Printing Christmas Card Workshop
– The Commemoration of All Faithful Departed Solemn High Eucharist and the Reading of the Parish Necrology Read more

Weekly Word for October 13, 2017

Rowan Williams, Most Recent Past Archbishop Of Canterbury, Will Be Preaching at Epiphany Parish Dear Epiphany, I have some great news: former Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams, will be preaching at Epiphany on November 12, at both the 8:45 am … Read more

Weekly Word for October 6, 2017

– Looking Forward and Backward: Becoming a 500-year church and Our Anglican Heritage
– Introducing Ruth Anne Garcia, Epiphany’s New Senior Associate Priest
– Music Guild Concert This Sunday Evening
– TOMORROW – Saint Francis Day
– Stuffy Sunday
– 20s & 30ish Spice O’ Life Get Together Read more