Featured Events and Announcements
This page was last updated on August 20, 2014.
Saint Mark's hosts a variety of programs and events. A listing of events- including Sunday music- can be found in our monthly calendar: this July at Saint Mark's. Hard copies are also available at the Cathedral. For a full schedule of Cathedral activities please see the online calendar.
Sundays and Beyond with information about the ministries and activities at Saint Mark's.
A weekly publication which announces events, new ministry opportunities, classes and more, and occasionally includes a reflection from a member of the clergy.
Sundays and Beyond also contains our prayer list.
this July - a calendar of events happening this month at the Cathedral.
Compiled at the beginning of the month.
- Quick list! Scroll down or click on the link to learn more about these events.
- Sunday Morning Forum Schedule
- Cathedral Yoga Sundays
- Visual Arts Ministry Exhibit: Sanctuary Art Center Guests: Art as an Agent for Healing through Sunday, August 18
- Holy Land Pilgrimage January 2016
- Noel House Women's Shelter: Food Shopper needed
- Exhibit: Epiphany and Advocacy Sunday, August 24
- Blessings for the Journey—Blessing a Lummi Totem Pole Friday, August 29
- Mission to Seafarers Annual Benefit Luncheon Saturday, August 23
- I-594 Background Bash House Party Wednesday, September 3
- AASM Writing Subcommittee presents fall classes Sunday, September 14
- Family Barbeque hosted by Diocesan African-American Committee Saturday, September 20
- Understanding Trauma A Mental Health Chaplaincy Community Education Presentation Saturday, September 13
- Walk with Saint Mark's at the Seattle AIDS Walk Saturday, September 27
- Volunteers needed for interfaith effort to save lives October 4
Fourth weekend of the month
Bloedel Kitchen and other locations
Do you enjoy shopping for groceries? The Noel House Women's Shelter at Saint Mark's needs a grocery shopper on the fourth weekend of the month. This means checking food supplies late in the week and then buying needed items (e.g., milk, fruit, cheese, greens, coffee, sugar, etc.). Cost of groceries fully reimbursed.
Contact Norva at email@example.com if you are interested.
Opening: Sunday, August 24, 12:30 pm
An exhibit of photographic images and panels of text about the process congregational ministries use to bring about change with references to Jubilee debt cancellation, Bread for the World, and hunger programs. Photographer Sharon D’Amico, worked with the Peace and Justice Advocates of University Congregational Church to create this inspiring presentation.
Sponsored by the Church Council of Greater Seattle and Saint Mark’s Arts at Saint Mark's Visual Arts Ministry and Justice Ministries Coordinating Team. Reception will include a brief talk by the rtist and by a representative from the CCGS. Saint Mark’s ministry leaders will have information available if you are moved to take action once you have seen the exhibit. Exhibit runs through September 7.
Friday, August 29, 11 am
Cathedral Lawn and Nave
Protecting the land, the water, and the peoples from fossil fuels.
Coal export, oil trains, and the toxic byproducts of fossil fuels threaten many tribal lands across the Americas. The Lummi Nation House of Tears carvers are creating a totem pole to raise up the voice of all threatened by fossil fuel transportation. They are journeying with this totem pole across the western United States and Canada to connect with local tribes, faith leaders, and environmental partners. The Lummi ask for blessing and protection of sacred lands and treaty rights, including their own ancestral village and treaty fishing waters at Cherry Point, WA.
Please join friends of faith and environment at the Seattle stop of this journey. Help bless the totem pole and stand with native peoples for the protection of creation.
Questions? Please contact: Jessica Zimmerle, 206.632.2426 firstname.lastname@example.org
Opening: Sunday, September 3, 6:30 - 8 pm
Saint Mark's has endorsed I-594, now to enact this common sense initiative into law! Join us for an evening of socializing and listening to an update from a I-594 campaign representative. Hosted by Liz Shea and Linda Donato.
If interested in more info (including location) please contact Liz Shea at email@example.com, 206.782.1608.
Saturday, September 13, 9 am - 2 pm
Barbara Bennett, PhD works across the country doing training with a wide range of groups and organizations. This workshop offers practical skills on building a caring relationship with individuals and families facing the most painful and difficult, overwhelming challenges, helps us maintain balance and self-care, and create welcoming supportive community. For registration or information: firstname.lastname@example.org or 206.622.6030.
Saturday, September 27, 9 am - 12 noon
Meet on Cathedral steps
Saint Mark's walkers will meet at 9:00 am in front of the Cathedral and walk together to Volunteer Park to sign in and begin the walk.
The Walk supports Lifelong AIDS Alliance, one of the key support organizations for people living with AIDS. Their case managers and food bank alone have been a literal life line for many over the years. Please go to www.seattleaidswalk.org and register for the Saint Mark's team. You and your friends can donate online for the Saint Mark's team or you can bring donations to the walk. Contact Deacon Earl Grout for details at church or email@example.com. Let's all walk on Saturday, Sept. 27 in support of our brothers and sisters living with AIDS.
Saturday, October 4, plus training day tbd
Temple de Hirsch Sinai
Saint Mark’s and Temple De Hirsch Sinai are joining together to recruit Bone Marrow Transplant donors.
This fall, we need ten volunteers to assist in registering potential donors at Temple De Hirsch during Yom Kippur. Members of the synagogue will conduct a drive at Saint Mark’s on the first Sunday of Lent. Commitment involves a brief training session in late September and assisting in registering potential donors at Temple De Hirsch on Saturday, October 4. Contribute time to a ministry that will save lives by increasing the world wide Bone Marrow Transplant Donor Registries.
Further information about the program at www.giftoflife.org.
To volunteer in this truly life-saving joint ministry, please contact Steve Moen, 206.257.0050 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Endorsed by Saint Mark’s Justice Ministries Coordinating Team and Mideast Focus Ministry.