Seattle Times article
Subversive saints show up in Phinney Ridge, just in time for Easter
By Nicole Brodeur
Seattle Times columnist
There’s a silent revolution going on at the Woodland Park Presbyterian Church in Phinney Ridge.
It comes in the form of a series of paintings depicting “Subversive Saints,” selected and created by parishioners and hung on the sanctuary walls.
The project makes strange bedfellows of a U.S. Supreme Court justice (Ruth Bader Ginsburg), a labor leader (Dolores Huerta), a children’s television host (Fred Rogers), and a 100-year-old activist from Detroit (Grace Lee Boggs).