SEATTLE SERVICE CORPS INVITES YOUNG ADULTS TO DEEPEN THEIR FORMATION THROUGH VOLUNTEER SERVICE, SOCIAL JUSTICE, SPIRITUAL PRACTICE AND INTENTIONAL COMMUNITY.

ABOUT THE PROGRAM

A year with Seattle Service Corps is a commitment to:

  • Living in intentional Christian community
  • Serving 32 hours per week at a partner non-profit or church
  • Engaging in regular spiritual practice, learning, discernment and formation
  • Participating in the life of Saint Mark’s Episcopal Cathedral
  • Building relationships and having fun on retreats, group service projects and special events
  • Enjoying immediate access to Seattle’s dynamic cosmopolitan environment as well as nearby natural wonders!

APPLICATIONS FOR 2020/21 ARE NOW OPEN!
CLICK HERE TO LEARN HOW TO APPLY.

Questions? Contact:

Adam Conley, Seattle Service Corps Director

Learn more about the Episcopal Service Corps in the video below:

SERVICE PARTNERS:

Service Corps members work part-time at local non-profits, such as:

The Church Council of Greater Seattle

Kids 4 Peace

Mission to Seafarers

Edible Hope Ministries

The Episcopal Diocese of Olympia

Immanuel Community Services

Northwest Immigrant Rights Project


PROGRAM SUPPORT

These organizations generously provide services to Service Corps members:

The Ignatian Spirituality Center

The Krista Foundation

 


 

CORPS MEMBERS ON THEIR EXPERIENCE:

"A year of service and intentional community gave me the freedom and support to find the ‘me’ I can be proud of and the ‘me’ God wants me to be. The bumps and reroutes along the way just make for good stories and amazing memories”
- Bailey K., 2017-2018

"When I made decisions that supported my call to chaplaincy, I was wholeheartedly encouraged and cheered on by my [Seattle Service Corps] community.
- Karen S., 2017-2018

Check out this article by Yale Divinity School-bound corps graduate Paige Foreman!