Welcome to Saint Mark's Cathedral
NEW at Saint Mark's
- Sundays and Beyond our weekly newsletter, Sunday, March 9
- Theology on Tap - Cap. Hill (this week: the Rev. Michael Carroccino), Tuesday, March 13
- Adult Faith Formation in Lent: Preparing Together
- "Why in the world do we..." Inquiring Minds Want to Know Sundays, March 2 - April 13
- The Rubric - Winter 2014 (Now available digitally published!)
- The Rubric - Winter 2014 (Prefer to download a pdf? Here's the link you want.)
- Other Featured Events and Announcements
- 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.
- A calendar to download and print out: this March at Saint Marks Cathedral
Saint Mark’s Episcopal Cathedral strives to be:
- A house of prayer for all people, where we worship God and proclaim the reconciling Gospel of Jesus Christ.
- A loving, welcoming, inclusive community that nurtures faith, encourages service, and integrates social and environmental justice into our lives.
- A sacred gathering place for the Diocese of Olympia and the broader community in times of crisis, sorrow, and celebration.
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."
- Find the Cathedral
- *NEW!* 2014-2016 Strategic Plan
- Got questions about cathedrals, parishes, Saint Mark's? Check out this video! A conversation between Bishop Rickel and Dean Steve Thomason
- 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)
Compassionate Communities Conference with Karen Armstrong (Keynote)
Friday, March 14, 8:30 am — 5 pm, Saint Mark's Cathedral
Karen Armstrong will keynote the conference, which will feature community leaders facilitating dialogue on complex social issues associated with Homelessness and Housing, Education, Youth, Race and Ethnicity, Health and Wellness, and Economic Justice.
An Evening with Karen Armstrong
Friday, March 14, 7:30 pm, Cathedral Nave
Religious thinker Karen Armstrong has written more than 20 books on faith and the major religions, studying what Islam, Judaism and Christianity have in common, and how our faiths shaped world history and drive current events.Armstrong's 2008 TED Prize wish asked us to help her assemble the Charter for Compassion, a document around which all of us can work together for peace.