Event Series Morning Prayer Online

Morning Prayer Online

MONDAY–FRIDAY, 6 P.M., ONLINE ONLY VIA ZOOM Daily Morning Prayer is offered by St. Paul's, Seattle, weekdays at 8:30 a.m. Members of the cathedral community are encouraged to participate. Learn more here. Morning Prayer may be cancelled on holidays or for other reasons. Check St. Paul's calendar for the most accurate information. Join Morning Prayer using this Zoom link.

Event Series Evening Prayer Online

Evening Prayer Online

MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY, 6 P.M. Lay readers from Seattle-area congregations including the cathedral lead a spoken service of daily prayer following the form of the Book of Common Prayer 1979, every weekday evening at 6 p.m. The service lasts approximately 30 minutes. Learn more here. Join online using this Zoom link.

Meal Sharing Ministry: First Covenant Church

We have recently partnered with First Covenant Church on Capitol Hill to provide a hot breakfast for homeless men and women on the first Saturday of every month. We will cook, serve, and clean-up breakfast at First Covenant Church. If you would like to cook, help serve food, and get to know some members of our community outside the Cathedral walls, we would welcome your help. Our volunteers highly value this opportunity to serve our neighbors and guests. We guarantee … Read More

*Clear Mountain Buddhist Monastery: Meditation, Teaching & Social

Skinner Auditorium 1501 10th Ave E, Seattle, WA, United States

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, 1501 10th … Read More

Baptism Class and Rehearsal

Cathedral Nave

A required class and rehearsal for those who plan to be Baptized on All Saints' Sunday (November 5 2023), as well as parents, godparents, and sponsors.

*Abbey Arts presents: Sera Cahoone

Cathedral Nave

Abbey Arts presents a CATHEDRALS Concert featuring: SERA CAHOONE, MAT BROOKE, MOLLY SIDES TICKETS | FACEBOOK All ages, some seating available @ St Mark's Cathedral, Seattle 6:30p doors, 7:30p show Bar w/ ID. All alcohol profits to local music thanks to the generosity of our local sponsors

Event Series Holy Eucharist (9)

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.

Event Series Holy Eucharist (11)

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/

Event Series Newcomers’ Coffee Hour with Clergy

Newcomers’ Coffee Hour with Clergy

Leffler Living Room

IMMEDIATELY FOLLOING THE CONCLUSION OF THE 11 A.M. SERVICE For many years, a Newcomers' Coffee with Clergy has been offered on the first Sunday of each month, for guests, newcomers, and anyone with questions about this community and its liturgies. Gather in the back of the nave immediately following the 11 a.m. Sunday service on the first Sunday of the month.* *Note: Due to the 2024 Annual Parish Meeting on February 4, the February gathering will occur on February 11 … Read More

Youth of Saint Mark’s Visit Recompose: Human Composting Funeral Home

Thomsen Chapel

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 5, meet at 12:30 p.m. to carpool On the heels of All Hallow's Eve and All Saints Day, the youth of Saint Mark's will travel to Recompose, the world's first human composting facility and funeral home. Recompose seeks to change the death care paradigm and is the result of years of extensive research with green death care experts, ecologists, biologists, legislators and more. No, we will not see dead bodies. Yes, we will think about death and dying, and … Read More

Event Series Choral Evensong

Choral Evensong

FIRST SUNDAY OF THE MONTH, OCTOBER–JUNE, 4:30 P.M., in person in the cathedral nave, and livestreamed The ancient practice of singing evening prayers is a longstanding practice in many Christian traditions. In English cathedrals, this practice developed, through the centuries, into a special sung service, and today Choral Evensong is a treasure among Christian liturgies and a jewel of the Anglican choral tradition. The Saint Mark’s Evensong Choir, an intergenerational choir of children, teenagers, and adults, offers this beautiful service once a … Read More

Event Series Queer Conversations

Queer Conversations

Cathedral House Room 210

FOLLOWING EVENSONG ON THE FIRST SUNDAY OF THE MONTH, 5:30 P.M., Cathedral House Room 210 Join the Queer in Christ ministry after Choral Evensong for "Queer Conversations". We will meet following the conclusion of Evensong in Leffler Living Room, for refreshment, fellowship, and a discussion on a variety of topics. OCTOBER 1, 2023: We will be joined by Communications Director Gregory Bloch, who will lead us in a fascinating conversation about the queer history of Saint Mark's. NOVEMBER 5, 2023: We will discuss the saints … Read More

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