Welcome to Saint Mark's Cathedral
NEW at Saint Mark's
- Sundays and Beyond, our weekly newsletter- Sunday, May 19, 2013
- Grief support groups forming in June.
- Register today for Choir School Camp, July 8-12
- Get out your calendars: this May at Saint Marks Cathedral
- Selected sermons - written transcripts and podcasts available!
- Other Featured Events and Announcements
- Where's Earl? Deacon Earl's trans-America bike ride May 17 newsletter is here!
- Report of Cladding Study (2013)
- Pastoral letter from our Dean on gun violence (April 2013)
- Pastoral letter from our Dean on gun control (December 2012)
- If you are in need of urgent pastoral care, please call the hotline at 206.755.2076 and our on-call chaplain will respond as quickly as they are able.
We are a community of faith–people of God, who seek to proclaim boldly by word and action the reconciling Gospel of Jesus Christ.
We invite everyone to join us wherever you are on your faith journey.
- Worship times
- Learn more about our community.
- Find the Cathedral
- Contact a member of staff
- Pastoral care If you are in need of urgent pastoral care, please call the hotline at 206.755.2076 and our on-call chaplain will respond as quickly as they are able.
- Compline "In a darkened Episcopal cathedral in Seattle, Washington, on Sunday evenings at 9:30 p.m., a group of men chant the Office of Compline, the last monastic office of the day."
- Sunday service leaflets and other Cathedral publications
- Sunday readings: The Lectionary Page: A Liturgical Calendar for Upcoming Weeks With Links to the Lessons From the Revised Common Lectionary (RCL)
Fresh Air For The Holy Spirit: A Pentecost Conversation with Jack Levison
Tuesday, May 21, 7 - 8:30 pm, Skinner Auditorium
Join author and Seattle Pacific University theologian Jack Levison for a conversation about his recent book, Fresh Air For The Holy Spirit. Jack will be joined by a group of SPU students who will share their own experience of living with a deep and joy-filled sense of the Spirit. The evening will be moderated by Doug Thorpe, Professor of English at SPU and Saint Mark’s parishioner. Click here to read more.
Thursdays, 12– 12:45 pm, Cathedral Nave
At the center of the spiritual life is prayer, stillness and surrender. Please join us for some simple chant followed by prayer and stillness. Come once, come once in a while, come every week: this time of contemplation in community is open to all.