Upcoming Events

  • September 10, 2017: Everybody Hour Information Session
    10 am in the Great Hall Rev. Doyt L. Conn, Jr. What is the oldest church you have been in? What thoughts did it provoke, what feelings did it stir? Doyt will open our fall forum series with reflections on … Read more
  • September 10, 2017: Fall Kickoff Picnic
    Join us right after the 11 am service. Reconnect with old friends you haven’t seen all summer, and make some new friends as well! We’ll celebrate the return of fall with a bouncy house, henna tattoos, and world-famous gumbo from … Read more
  • September 10, 2017: Faith at Home
    10 am in Christie House Library Elizabeth Walker What makes children choose to be part of a church as adults? Research shows that one of the top contributors is to have been raised in a home where topics of faith and … Read more
  • September 16, 2017: Safeguarding God’s People
    9:00 am to 12:00 pm in the Great Hall The Diocese of Olympia takes its responsibility for the safety of our people seriously. The Safe Church program teaches how to identify and prevent abuse within the church community, and is conducted … Read more
  • September 17, 2017: Caring for Creation in a Changing Climate
    10 am in the Great Hall Judy Mayotte We are people of the Incarnation, part of God’s loving creation – interconnected with and interdependent on the whole of creation. The story of creation is long in its unfolding and complex … Read more
  • September 17, 2017: Faith at Home
    10 am in Christie House Library Elizabeth Walker What makes children choose to be part of a church as adults? Research shows that one of the top contributors is to have been raised in a home where topics of faith and … Read more
  • September 24, 2017: Caring for Creation in a Changing Climate
    10 am in the Great Hall Judy Mayotte We are people of the Incarnation, part of God’s loving creation – interconnected with and interdependent on the whole of creation. The story of creation is long in its unfolding and complex … Read more
  • September 24, 2017: Shade the Future of Music
    10 am in the Great Hall MDSC The Music Director Search Committee invites you to an interactive session to share your experience with music at Epiphany, and your ideas about how the music program might evolve and grow. Committee members … Read more
  • September 27, 2017: Faith at Home
    10 am in Christie House Library Elizabeth Walker What makes children choose to be part of a church as adults? Research shows that one of the top contributors is to have been raised in a home where topics of faith and … Read more
  • October 1, 2017: Shape the Future of Music
    10 am in the Christie House Library and Garden Room MDSC The Music Director Search Committee invites you to an interactive session to share your experience with music at Epiphany, and your ideas about how the music program might evolve … Read more
  • October 7, 2017: St. Francis Day Celebration
    1 pm (Grounds & Gardens) Bring your pets, special creatures, and neighbors to the first annual St. Francis Day celebration! Read more
  • October 8, 2017: Wilberforce
    10 am in the Great Hall Jon Roberts William Wilberforce achieved two great objectives in his life. The first, and best known, was his work leading to the abolition of slavery within the United Kingdom, but the second was his … Read more
  • October 8, 2017: Who is Jesus?
    10 am in Christie House Library Rev. Doyt L. Conn, Jr. LibraryThe most influential person who ever lived is fundamentally misunderstood by most people. Jesus did not come to start a religion but to show us the way to God. … Read more
  • October 15, 2017: Caring for Creation in a Changing Climate
    10 am in the Great Hall Judy Mayotte We are people of the Incarnation, part of God’s loving creation – interconnected with and interdependent on the whole of creation. The story of creation is long in its unfolding and complex … Read more
  • October 15, 2017: Anglican Backgrounds: QE1 and the Middle Way
    10 am in Christie House Library Libby Goldstein Starting with this forum presentation, Epiphany Parish will offer instruction and essential information on Anglicanism – it’s history, it’s theology, and it’s emphasis on worship traditions. This first presentation will go back … Read more
  • October 22, 2017: Caring for Creation in a Changing Climate
    10 am in the Great Hall Judy Mayotte We are people of the Incarnation, part of God’s loving creation – interconnected with and interdependent on the whole of creation. The story of creation is long in its unfolding and complex … Read more
  • October 22, 2017: Shape the Future of Music
    10 am in the Garden Room MDSC The Music Director Search Committee invites you to an interactive session to share your experience with music at Epiphany, and your ideas about how the music program might evolve and grow. Committee members also will describe the … Read more
  • October 22, 2017: Anglican Backgrounds: Anglican Founders
    10 am in Christie House Library Tom Johnston The second presentation in the Anglican Background series will look at two of the founders of the Anglican church – Augustine of Canterbury and Thomas Cranmer, along with a consideration of the … Read more
  • October 29, 2017: Caring for Creation in a Changing Climate
    10 am in the Great Hall Judy Mayotte We are people of the Incarnation, part of God’s loving creation – interconnected with and interdependent on the whole of creation. The story of creation is long in its unfolding and complex … Read more
  • October 29, 2017: What is Epiphany Parish?
    10 am in the Garden Room Rev. Doyt L. Conn, Jr. Epiphany Parish is a spiritual home, where followers of Jesus gather to praise God and practice growing into their royal priesthood. As a church, Epiphany operates in ways that … Read more
  • November 12, 2017: Islamic Ecological Ethics
    10 am in the Great Hall Ali Altaf Mian (Asst Prof Islamic Studies, Seattle University) Pope Francis’s 2015 Laudato Si, makes clear that religious traditions can contribute positively toward climate change. Francis importantly links the current ecological crisis with the … Read more
  • November 12, 2017: Spiritual Practices
    10 am in the Garden Room Todd Foster The Christian religion is in flux. There is division and disagreement. There is anxiety and apprehension. Some argue the church has lost its way. At Epiphany, we maintain that the church is … Read more
  • November 19, 2017: Spiritual Practices
    10 am in the Garden Room Rev. Todd Foster The Christian religion is in flux. There is division and disagreement. There is anxiety and apprehension. Some argue the church has lost its way. At Epiphany, we maintain that the church … Read more
  • November 19, 2017: Master of the Musical Sermon
    10 am in the Great Hall Jim MacLean This session on Bach will briefly re-review his key biographical features including his theological background coupled with a general discussion of his massive musical compositional legacy as the father of the Baroque … Read more
  • December 10, 2017: Spiritual Practices
    10 am in the Garden Room Rev. Todd Foster The Christian religion is in flux. There is division and disagreement. There is anxiety and apprehension. Some argue the church has lost its way. At Epiphany, we maintain that the church … Read more
  • December 10, 2017: Eliot, Stegner and Berry: On Matters of Simplicity
    10 am in the Great Hall Kari Glover If we see ourselves as stewards of the earth appointed by God, are we not called to act to preserve the earth’s beauty and livability? Research confirms that the correlation between wealth … Read more
  • December 17, 2017: Christian Art and Divine Creation
    10 am in the Great Hall Bill Ingham Divine Creation, as told in the Genesis stories, inspired some of the world’s most famous artworks. With the dawn of the Renaissance, Divine Creation, as in God’s Creation of Light, the Sun … Read more
  • December 17, 2017: How to Read the Bible
    10 am in the Garden Room Rev. Todd Foster J. Kent Ashcroft in his letter to conservative pastor, Laura Schlesinger asks some interesting questions regarding scripture: a) in Leviticus 25:44 it states that I may indeed possess slaves, both male … Read more
  • January 14, 2018: Math, Physics and Creation
    10 am in the Great Hall Vladimir Chaloupka (Emeritus Professor, University of Washington) Science is inherently based on naturalism – the idea that everything has a natural cause, which can be discovered by careful reasoning and experimentation. Without rejecting naturalism, … Read more
  • January 21, 2018: Christians in the Holy Land Today
    10 am in the Great Hall Anne Lynn (President AEDI) What role do American Christians have in preserving a Christian presence where Jesus of Nazareth lived and died? Anne Lynn, president of AFEDI, will speak about the status of present-day … Read more