Upcoming Events

  • April 29, 2017: Film: Speaking of Dying
    On Saturday, April 29, in celebration of the 2nd Anniversary of the film, Speaking of Dying, there will be a free screening at 4 p.m. at Seattle First Baptist Church. This 30 minute documentary, produced by Trudy James, shines a … Read more
  • April 30, 2017: Bach: The Master of the Musical Sermon
    Jim MacLean Johann Sebastian Bach was an innovator, a grand master of musical compositional technique, and of particular interest to this community, a wonderful contributor to the devotional music of the Christian faith. The discussion will involve general biographical features, a … Read more
  • April 30, 2017: Fierce Conversations
    April 30, May 14 & 21 in the Christie House Library Thom Cole, The Rev. Todd Foster, The Rev. Kate Wesch In these divided and divisive times, are you seeking to overcome barriers to meaningful communication? Would you like to … Read more
  • April 30, 2017: The Mind of Jesus of Nazareth Continued
    April 30, May 14 & 21 Garden Room By the Rev. Peter Snow Jesus’ confrontation with the Temple authorities was planned and the temple leaders intentionally plotted to rid themselves of Jesus. The trial, conviction, crucifixion, and resurrection followed. In … Read more
  • April 30, 2017: New to Epiphany?
    Newcomers Event 6 – 7:30 pm at Doyt’s House You are invited to a gathering with our rector and other leaders of Epiphany Parish. The reception will take place at Doyt’s house after the evening service on Sunday, April 30, … Read more
  • May 1, 2017: First Monday Mental Health Group
    7 pm – 8 pm in the Icon Room Terry Proctor This group meets the first Monday of the month for family members of people who live with mental illness.
  • May 3, 2017: Living Stones: Saint Mark’s Cathedral
    7 pm – 9 pm in the Great Hall Bishop Rickel and Dean Thomason The Reverend Doyt L. Conn, Jr. and Senior Warden Holly Boone have invited our Bishop, Greg Rickel, and our Cathedral Dean, Steve Thomason, to an evening reception. … Read more
  • May 7, 2017: First Sunday Brunch
    10 am – Great Hall On the first Sunday of every month (excepting September and January), join us in the Great Hall for brunch during Everybody Hour at 10 am. Our parish may be spread across four different celebrations of … Read more
  • May 10, 2017: Eucharistic Visitor Training
    Loving others and sharing your presence are the very heart of the work done by Eucharistic Visitors. Going out in pairs (2×2), Eucharistic Visitors take relationship and the Lord’s Supper to share with others who couldn’t be in church. Many … Read more
  • May 13, 2017: Cathedral Day
    10 am to 3 pm – Saint Mark’s Cathedral Come one, come all! It’s the annual celebration of the community of the Diocese of Olympia. People from Bellevue to Bellingham, Puyallup to Port Orchard will come to Saint Mark’s Cathedral … Read more
  • May 14, 2017: The Politics of Islamic Mysticism 
    Ali Altaf Mian, Assistant Professor of Islamic studies, Department of Theology and Religious Studies at Seattle University Does mystical experience have social and political significance? This presentation sheds light on the basic themes of Sufism, or “Islamic Mysticism.” It focuses particularly … Read more
  • May 14, 2017: Fierce Conversations
    May 14 & 21 in the Christie House Library Thom Cole, The Rev. Todd Foster, The Rev. Kate Wesch In these divided and divisive times, are you seeking to overcome barriers to meaningful communication? Would you like to expand and … Read more
  • May 14, 2017: The Mind of Jesus of Nazareth Continued
    May 14 & 21 Garden Room By the Rev. Peter Snow Jesus’ confrontation with the Temple authorities was planned and the temple leaders intentionally plotted to rid themselves of Jesus. The trial, conviction, crucifixion, and resurrection followed. In this 4-week … Read more
  • May 20, 2017: Jack Gorsuch’s Funeral
    Celebrate Jack Gorsuch’s life at Epiphany Parish on May 20th at 3:30 pm in the church.
  • May 21, 2017: Hommage à Duruflé Epiphany Choir Orchestra, Joseph Adam, Organist
    5 pm – Gala Spring Concert with Epiphany Choir, Orchestra and Joseph Adam, Organist A Celebration of the music of Maurice Duruflé (1902-1986), among the most important French composers of the 20th century. The Program: Messe ‘Cum Jubilo’ for tenor … Read more
  • May 21, 2017: Fierce Conversations
    May 21 in the Christie House Library Thom Cole, The Rev. Todd Foster, The Rev. Kate Wesch In these divided and divisive times, are you seeking to overcome barriers to meaningful communication? Would you like to expand and enrich conversations … Read more
  • May 21, 2017: The Collected Vernacular – Thomas Cranmer and the Book of Common Prayer
    We will look at the life of Thomas Cranmer and the services in the English language that he translated. Touching briefly on English services prior to the 1549 Book of Common Prayer (The Exhortations and Litany), we will focus on … Read more
  • May 21, 2017: The Mind of Jesus of Nazareth Continued
    May 21 Garden Room By the Rev. Peter Snow Jesus’ confrontation with the Temple authorities was planned and the temple leaders intentionally plotted to rid themselves of Jesus. The trial, conviction, crucifixion, and resurrection followed. In this 4-week course, we … Read more
  • June 4, 2017: Pentecost First Sunday Brunch: Celebrating Tom Foster!
    Come to Everybody Hour to enjoy brunch, share some festive treats, and celebrate Tom Foster’s ministry among us. As this is Tom’s final Sunday with us at Epiphany, we will honor and celebrate him all day long. Our parish may … Read more
  • June 11, 2017: Special Early Summer Series – Walking with Daedalus: A Hands-On Introduction to Labyrinths
    June 11, 18 & 25 Dan Niven and Ann Lockhart In mythology, Daedalus was a skilled craftsman and artist, and the father of Icarus. He created the labyrinth on Crete, in which the Minotaur (part man, part bull) was kept. … Read more
  • June 18, 2017: Special Early Summer Series – Walking with Daedalus: A Hands-On Introduction to Labyrinths
    June 18 & 25 Dan Niven and Ann Lockhart In mythology, Daedalus was a skilled craftsman and artist, and the father of Icarus. He created the labyrinth on Crete, in which the Minotaur (part man, part bull) was kept. In … Read more
  • June 25, 2017: Special Early Summer Series – Walking with Daedalus: A Hands-On Introduction to Labyrinths
    June 25 Dan Niven and Ann Lockhart In mythology, Daedalus was a skilled craftsman and artist, and the father of Icarus. He created the labyrinth on Crete, in which the Minotaur (part man, part bull) was kept. In the story … Read more