Welcome to Saint Mark's Cathedral
NEW at Saint Mark's
- Sundays and Beyond our weekly newsletter, Sunday, April 26
- Choir Camp 2015 Registration is OPEN!
- Other Featured Events and Announcements
- The Rubric - Winter 2015 (Now available digitally published!)
- The Rubric - Winter 2015 (Prefer to download a pdf? Here's the link you want.)
- The Rubric - Additional materials about 1895 Mt. Rainier expedition.
- Holy Land Pilgrimage January 2016
We invite everyone to join us wherever you are on your faith journey.
- Worship times
- 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."
- Lenten schedule
- Holy Week Schedule
- 2014-2016 Strategic Plan
- 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.
- Learn more about our community.
- Got questions about cathedrals, parishes, Saint Mark's? Check out this video!
- Contact a member of staff
- 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)
“Don’t Say We Did Not Know”: Israeli author sheds light on unpublicized incidents in Israel & Palestine
Wednesday, April 29, 7:00 pm
Amos Gvirtz has developed an international audience with his “Don’t Say We Did Not Know” weekly emails about unpublicized incidents, events, and government actions affecting the Palestinian and Bedouin communities in Israel and Palestine. A life-long pacifist and Israeli peace activist, he is a longtime member of the International Fellowship of Reconciliation (IFOR) and part of the Negev Coexistence Forum for Civil Equality. His newly-published book, Don’t Say We Did Not Know is based on the moral questions Israelis must face today and the reasons people don’t want to know about the crimes being committed. He will describe the difficulties human rights and peace organizations face along with the history of their successes, examining both the nonviolent approach and the risks occupation presents for the future existence of Israel.
All donations to support the legal costs of the Bedouin Negev village Al-Araqib, demolished 80 times by Israeli police.
Questions? Contact: Ruth McRee at 206-524-3016 or email@example.com