Join us for Women's Morning Bible study on Wednesday mornings from 9:30 - 11 am.

In the 2019-2020 season, we will start with the study of the Book of James.  In this study we will explore the relationship between faith and works.  Often, we are tempted to say that it is not really important what we believe but that we do good for others.  Others try to pull us in the opposite direction: it is not what we do that counts but only that we believe the right things.  In James we will find the “Right Direction” and discover the proper relationship between faith and works. In the New Year, we will look at “The Bible On Trial”.  As we explore the video series, we will find proof that the Bible is reliable, trustworthy and very practical for our day to day life.  Afterwards beginning in March 2020, we will be traveling through the New Testament as we hear of God’s letter to us.

We are a group of ladies that come together to explore, discover and share in some delicious treats.  Unfortunately, childcare is not available.

Any questions .. please contact Heidi Goodman at

Women's Fellowship Night 

Come together in fellowship!  The mission:  to allow space for women to create both tangible and intangible masterpieces.  Participants can come and exchange creative ideas or bring a project of their own choice to work on.  Examples might include embroidery, knitting, crocheting, scrap booking, card making, letter writing, or simply attend to create deeper relationships while enjoying an opening devotion, coffee, and yummy snacks. This takes place in a private home, once a month from 7pm to 9pm.  Please contact the office at 425-488-9606 for information regarding that month's event!

Quilting Group


Have a talent in quilting or would like to learn?  Come join in the fellowship of this wonderful group on Tuesdays at 9:30am.  They meet at Epiphany each Tuesday to create quilts to bless others in the community.  Each year they make nearly 500 quilts for the Lutheran World Relief. Epiphany Lutheran Church reached out to the students and staff at Marysville-Pilchuck High School following the recent school shooting.  The Epiphany Quilting Group, some of whom are pictured here, created a quilt in the High School's colors.  Members of the congregation then wrote greetings, Scripture passages and words of support, encouragement and prayer. The quilt was then presented to the Principal of the High School, who worked with the congregation in its efforts to reach out with the warmth of Christ's own embrace.