EPIC member Kaylee McElroy narrated and produced this video, which was presented before 400 delegates at the Diocesan Convention of Episcopalians from all over Western Washington.
In addition, Anna Ortung and Jessalyn Rogers, along with two students from the University of Washington, addressed the convention with tips for engaging college students and young adults in the life of the church.
Elysia Gemora led opening worship for the convention, and Tommy Tubbs led closing worship. This included each of them delivering a one-minute homily on the question, “What does the Jesus Movement mean to me?”
“The Jesus Movement” is a term coined by the new presiding bishop of the Episcopal Church, the Most Rev. Michael Curry.
Here are the members of EPIC at the conclusion of Diocesan Convention. With us on the left is the Rev. Philbert Kalisa from the Anglican Church in Rwanda.