Featured Events and Announcements
This page was last updated on March 27, 2015.
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.
- Quick list! Scroll down or click on the link to learn more about these events.
- Sunday Morning Forum Schedule
- Cathedral Yoga Sundays
- Holy Land Pilgrimage January 2016
- Parents Night Out Friday, March 20
- Saint Mark's Quilt Ministry Saturday, March 21
- Upcoming Baptismal Opportunities Sunday, March 8 and Sunday, March 22
- Calling All Authors! Application Deadline: Thursday, March 26
- Community of Hope Training Saturdays, January 31, February 28, March 28
- Meeting God at the Movies Wednesdays, April 22 - May 27
- Register for Family Campout at Ohanapecosh
- Byrd Ensemble Concert Saturday, March 28
Saturday, February 21, 9:30 - 12noon
Cathedral House 210
Experienced Quilters and Wish-I-Was Quilters! We make quilts to wrap members of our community in love in times of need, such as serious illness or hospice care. Quilts are also raffled to benefit the Hunger Offering at various occasions throughout the year.
If you have questions please contact Carol Green, 206-523-2158, firstname.lastname@example.org or Jo Ann Bailey at 206-329-5428, email@example.com. All are welcome! Join us to tie quilts, start a new one or work on your own projects. We meet regularly on the third Saturday of each month.
Sunday, March 8 and Sunday, March 22, 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Leffler Living Room
Are you thinking of having your infant or child baptized on Easter Vigil (April 3) or Pentecost (May 24)? The spring Baptismal Preparation for Parents class will begin soon! Classes will be Sunday, March 8 and Sunday, March 22, from 3:30–5:00 pm in Leffler House Living Room.
For more information, contact Cindy Spencer at firstname.lastname@example.org or (206) 323-0300 x225.
Application Deadline: Thursday, March 26
Have you written a published or self-published book? Would you like to present your book along with other authors at St. Mark’s? The adult faith formation ministry is currently planning an evening to showcase some authors that call St. Mark’s home who would like to share their book with the community. This will be a Wednesday evening of short presentations, refreshments, and socializing.
Saturdays, January 31, February 28, March 28, 9 am - 3 pm
Saint Mark’s is starting a Community of Hope to train “lay volunteer pastoral care givers united in prayer, shaped by Benedictine spirituality and equipped for and serving in pastoral care ministries.” $35 to defray costs; required text: The Rule of Benedict: A Spirituality for the 21st Century by Joan Chittester (available at the Cathedral Shop).
Wednesdays, April 22 – May 27, 7 pm - 9 pm
Leffler Living Room
A new film series, Meeting God at the Movies, begins April 22 with the classi “foodie” film Babette’s Feast. On consecutive Wednesday evening, six award winning films will be presented that show God acting in the world today in unexpected places. For doubter and seekers, as well as people of faith, this series explores new possibilities for transformative change, and is sponsored by the Drama & Film and Faith formation Ministries.
Click here for a full list of films.
For more information, contact Dan Niven at email@example.com or 206-778-0119.
Reserve your spot NOW!! Each summer, families gather for an informal campout in late August. This year those dates are Friday, August 21 – Sunday, August 23. Families make their own reservations (and can come earlier or stay later, depending on their desires, but the core dates are Friday–Sunday).
We are reserving sites in Loop C. To make reservations, go to www.recreation.gov and choose “Ohanapecosh Campground” from the drop down menu. Reservations are open now. Ohanapecosh historically reserves quickly, so don’t delay!
For more details about this opportunity, please contact Don and Karrie Sutkus at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Saturday, March 28, 7:30 pm
A program featuring music by early 20th century British composers Gerald Finzi, Hubert Parry, William Walton, Herbert Howells and Charles Stanford - a generation of anglican composers who wrote in a romantic but very lyrical style that harkens back to the Renaissance. The Byrd Ensemble is a Saint Mark's Artists-in-Residence.
General Admission: $20, Seniors (65+): $15, Students: $10
St. Mark's parishioners get 50% off reserved tickets (ONLINE ONLY) by using discount code: STMARKSSEATTLE
Tickets and other information available at the Byrd Ensemble website.