A Moveable Feast: Neighborhood Gatherings

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Saint Mark’s Intergenerational Council presents A Movable Feast—a new ministry of neighborhood-based gatherings to foster friendship and build community.

What is the format?
Parishioners who register will be organized into groups of 8–10 people near where they live or work, and then be invited to share three meals together between August and November. Each group will together decide when and where to meet. All ages are encouraged to participate!

Which neighborhoods are part of the launch?
The neighborhood groups below were chosen based on concentration of parishioners by zip codes to help make travel and meeting easier. Please choose which group is most convenient for you knowing the meeting location is intended to be in the neighborhood-area listed. 

  • Ballard area including Loyal Heights, Crown Hill, Whittier Heights, North Beach-Blue Ridge, Sunset Hill (based on 98107 and 98117)
  • West Seattle and White Center (based on 98116, 98136 and 98126)
  • Wallingford area including some parts of Green Lake (based on 98103)
  • Maple Leaf, Roosevelt, Green Lake, View Ridge, Hawthorne Hills, Wedgwood (based on 98115)
  • Madison Park (based on 98112)
  • East Lake and Capitol Hill-north (based on 98102)

“A Movable Feast” will start in these six neighborhood areas – we hope to expand depending on interest.

Where should we meet?
You don’t need to be an expert cook, or to have a huge space. Groups can gather in a home, in a park for a picnic, at a local restaurant, or another place of your choosing.

How do I register?
Register here by Friday, July 26.

Questions? Email Canon Wendy Claire Barrie: wbarrie@saintmarks.org

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