New priest in charge to be announced on Sunday, August 31. Everyone is invited to attend the parish town hall meeting after 9 a.m. worship–Senior Warden Tony Hettler will be there to answer questions.

Craft Fellowship Group starts up for fall on September 6, 10 a.m. in the library.

Regular worship hours resume on September 7–8 am: Morning Prayer; 10 am: Holy Eucharist.

Sunday school also resumes on September 7 at the 10 am worship service. Click here for more information >>

Welcoming. Warm. Open. Non-judgmental. Those are some of the words used to describe the people of St. Elizabeth, a congregation of caring, committed Episcopalians in Burien, Washington.

We are heavily involved in outreach and humanitarian efforts in the Highline area as well as in far-off places like the Sudan and Tonga. We believe in giving back and doing something meaningful with our lives, and we welcome you to join us in this effort to serve God and have a positive impact in the lives of your neighbors.

Located in Burien, a thriving area just south of Seattle, we have been working to make a difference in our community for nearly 70 years.

We’d love to have you join us for worship and communion.

Sunday Services

9:00am:   Holy Eucharist

10:15am: Coffee Hour

10:30am: Bible Study

Summer hours began June 1. There will be one service on Sundays at 9 a.m. until September 7. Sunday School will resume in September. Wednesday service is suspended for the summer.

Summer Clergy

During the summer of 2014, several different members of the clergy will serve the congregation. We are privileged to have the benefit of their wisdom.

Former Clergy

After seven and a half years of leadership, the Reverend Betsy Seeger presided at St. Elizabeth for the last time on June 29, 2014. She plans to pursue her art and continue her work in a new forum. See the July newsletter for Pastor Betsy’s farewell. Click here: http://stelizabethburien.org/newsletter/

Rev. Elisabeth Seeger

The Reverend Elisabeth Seeger