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Welcome to Saint Mark's Cathedral

We invite everyone to join us wherever you are on your faith journey.

 

 

 

Welcome the New Cathedral Shop Staff

Sunday, March 8, 12:30 pm
Leffler Living Room

Come and see! Join us at the Shop on Sunday, March 8 for an opportunity to meet and greet Chris Jennings and Christina Rockrise—new members of the Cathedral Shop team. We’ll have a reception in Leffler living room with light refreshments after the 11:00am service. Come and celebrate with us!

 

 

 

Top 10 Reasons to be Episcopalian- Inquirers Class

Sundays, February 15 - March 29, 12:30 pm - 2 pm
Bloedel Hall

A light-hearted (and humorous!) but intentional venue to:

  • Ask questions and learn more about who we are as Episcopalians and what we believe;
  • Provide a basic understanding of our unique ministry as the comunity of Saint Mark's;
  • Provide preparation for those desiring to be baptized, recieved, or confirmed in the Episcopal Church at the Easter Vigil.

For more information, contact Rev. Canon Nancee Martin at nmartin@saintmarks.org or 206.323.0300, x 203. Childcare available by reservation.

 

 

 

Walter Brueggemann: Sabbath as Resistance

Lecture: Sabbath Justice: Beyond Pharoah

Friday, March 13, 7 — 9 pm
The Well (located at Queen Anne United Methodist Church, 1606 5th Ave W)

Two Workshops: Sabbath: The Rhythm of Creation & Sabbath: the Miracle of Neighborhood

Saturday, March 14, 9 am — 12 noon
Saint Mark’s Cathedral

Tickets available separate or combined. Friday only: $21.69; Saturday only: $26.87; Combined: $37.22 (prices include service fees). For more information about Friday and Saturday events, and to purchase tickets, visit brueggemann.bpt.me or call Brown Paper Tickets at 1.800.838.3006. All are welcome regardless of ability to pay. For scholarship tickets, call The Well (206.282.4307) or the Cathedral (206.323.0300).

Preaching & Sunday Adult Forum

Sunday, March 15, 10:10 am forum and the sermon at all morning services

One of the most influential Old Testament Scholars of our time, and author of over one hundred books and numerous scholarly articles, Brueggemann will be talking about his latest book, Sabbath as Resistance: Saying No to the Culture of Now, available at the Cathedral Shop (206.323.1040).

 

 

 

Wednesday Wonderings: Lenten Book Study

Wednesdays, February 25 - March 25, 7 pm
Carriage House

Join us as we discuss Walter Brueggemann’s Sabbath as Resistance: Saying No to the Culture of Now. This week we discuss Chapters 1&2. The book is available at the Cathedral Shop.

 

 

 

Saint Mark's Cathedral
1245 Tenth Avenue East
Seattle, WA 98102
206.323.0300