The Rev. JOHN P. GORSUCH, an Episcopal priest, died Feb. 15, 2017. He was 85. A member of Beta Theta Pi, he received his master’s degree in divinity from the Yale University Divinity School. He served churches in Washington, D.C., Kansas, and Washington State, where he served as rector at Epiphany Parish for 17 years. A member of various community groups and boards, including mental health agencies and the Urban League, he also appeared as a panelist on the weekly television program, Challenge, which featured clergymen of different faiths exchanging views on a variety of topics. During the early 1980s he became interested in the spiritual life and spent time in various religious communities. He later dedicated his time to the founding of the Center for Spiritual Development in Seattle. His book, An Invitation to the Spiritual Journey, was published in 1990. After his retirement he continued to offer workshops and lead retreats on the spiritual life. His wife, Beverly Colville Gorsuch, survives, as do two daughters, three grandchildren, and his brother.