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*Clear Mountain Buddhist Monastery: Meditation, Teaching & Social

Skinner Auditorium

SATURDAYS, 9:30 A.M. – 11:30 A.M, Skinner Auditorium Please note: This meeting has been moved to Skinner Auditorium each Saturday.  Saint Mark's Cathedral cathedral is the host this meeting of the Clear Mountain Buddhist Monastery community. Join for a morning of meditation, teaching, and spiritual conversation over coffee! Each Saturday from 9:30 a.m.–11:30 a.m., local practitioners gather together in the Saint Mark’s Cathedral Skinner Auditorium (located in the St Nicholas School Building, just north of the cathedral building, 1551 10th … Read More

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Holy Eucharist (9)

Cathedral Nave

Liturgy with sermon and hymns. Music is offered by Saint Mark’s Singers or children’s choirs. Children’s Chapel is offered during the 9 a.m. service. After the Gospel is proclaimed, children pre-school through 2nd grade are invited to Thomsen Chapel for Bible stories, singing, and prayer. Parents are welcome to join their children. They return at the Peace. Location: Cathedral Nave This service is not livestreamed.

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Holy Eucharist (11)

Liturgy and music reflecting the breadth and depth of the Episcopal tradition, with Scripture, sermon, hymns, and choral anthems. Worship in person or online at saintmarks.org/livestream — also streams simultaneously at facebook.com/SaintMarksSeattle  and at youtube.com/c/SaintMarksEpiscopalCathedralSeattle/

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Newcomers’ Coffee Hour with Clergy

UPDATED INFORMATION For many years, a Newcomers' Coffee with Clergy has been offered on the first Sunday of each month, for guests, newcomers, livestream participants, or anyone with questions about this community and its liturgies.. In recent years it has been offered online only, but a in-person gathering resumed in April of 2022. Beginning May 1, 2022, the Zoom meeting will no longer be offered, and the Newcomer's Coffee will be offered in person only. Gather in the back of … Read More

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Meal Sharing with Tent City 3

Bloedel Hall

SUNDAY EVENINGS: JUNE 19 & 26; JULY 3, 10 & 17, 2:30–6:30 P.M., Bloedel Hall, registration requested; see below. Tent City 3 arrives in the cathedral parking lot June 4, and the cathedral's TC3 meals team has been coordinating the details of their stay. The residents have decided that they would like to share Sunday dinners with us indoors in Bloedel Hall! We are thrilled to have the opportunity to sit down and share dinner with them. More information and … Read More

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Contemplative Eucharist

Thomsen Chapel

This evening Eucharist offers periods of silence for reflection, simple meditative music, and lots of candlelight. Anointing and healing blessings are offered after the service.

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The Office of Compline

A beloved Seattle institution since 1956, the all-male Compline Choir sings the last monastic office of the day every Sunday at 9:30 p.m. The service is broadcast live each week on KING 98.1 FM, or streaming at king.org. The service is livestreamed on the cathedral's livestream page, or on complinechoir.org, or on Facebook: facebook.com/SaintMarksSeattle or facebook.com/complinechoir or on YouTube: youtube.com/c/SaintMarksEpiscopalCathedralSeattle Video of recent services may be seen on the Compline page.  The service is also available as a podcast. To hear … Read More

*AGO National Young Artists Competition in Organ Performance

MONDAY, JULY 4, 10 A.M. TO 5 P.M., in the cathedral nave The final round of the National Young Artists Competition in Organ Performance will take place on the Flentrop organ in Saint Mark's Cathedral on Monday, July 4. One of North America's most distinctive musical performance competitions, the NYACOP is held in conjunction with the National Convention of the American Guild of Organists which will be hosted by the Seattle Chapter of the AGO, July 4–7. The final round will … Read More

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“Scripture & Empire”: A 20/30s Summer Study and Discussion Series

Online via Zoom

THREE MONDAYS: JUNE 6, JUNE 20 & JULY 4, 7–8:30 p.m., via Zoom How does understanding the historical and cultural context of empire shape our faith and create opportunity for new liberation? This summer we will examine the tensions between political power and justice through scripture and supplemental texts with opportunity for reflection and discussion. Canon Eliacín Rosario-Cruz will join us in exploring these themes together.  Attendees are encouraged to attend all three sessions but it is not required—join as … Read More

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*Alcoholics Anonymous (Broadway Group)

Bloedel Hall

Broadway Group Weekly Meeting (CLOSED) Meeting Information Monday, 7:30 pm to 8:30 pm In person Closed One Hour Wheelchair Access More information here. Closed meetings are for A.A. members only, or for those who have a drinking problem and “have a desire to stop drinking.” Masks required. In Bloedel Hall