Young adults at Saint Mark’s gather regularly to connect, share their spiritual journeys and build community. We consider issues of faith, justice, ethics, and meaning—as we enjoy each other’s company and share a meal or social time together. Many of our members are new to the Episcopal church, so it is a comfortable and light-hearted way to explore what we believe, how we worship, and how we create joyful and resilient lives.

Coming up at Saint Mark's Cathedral:

Questioning Together

Usually meets on First Monday of the Month—but is suspended at this time due to coronavirus precautions. Check back for rescheduling!
Come be a part of a lively discussion over a light dinner. Recent discussion topics have included:
  • "How do heaven and hell figure (or not) into your belief system?"
  • "What do you know of God, and how do you know?"
  • "How and why do you pray?"
  • "How are spirituality and sexuality connected?"
  • "How do we understand the story of the cross and what does it have to do with us?"

This series has been postponed until a later date to be announced.

Exploring Scripture:
The Book of Revelation and Apocalyptic Scripture

Thursday Evenings: March 12, 19, & 26; April 2, 16, & 23, 7 p.m. , 7–8:30 p.m., Leffler Living Room
Join with other 20s/30s as we study and interpret some of the challenging stories of scripture. What is challenging for you? What questions do you have for the text and for God? What was God trying to say then and now to us? We will look at a sample of Old Testament and New Testament passages from a variety of perspectives – historical, contextual, theological, and more—and discover how those texts hold meaning for our lives today. No prior experience or familiarity with scripture is required—just bring your curiosity and questions. Attendance at all four sessions is highly encouraged as each week will build on the last. Group limited to 12 participants
Facilitated by Canon Cristi Chapman. To register and receive preparatory materials or for questions, contact

Special Events:

Recent special events for the 20s & 30s group have included a hike to Mason Lake, an outdoor picnic and book discussion about Richard Rohr's The Universal Christ, A Barbeque with the Bishop, A dinner at the home of Canon Daugherty, and more. Join the 20s & 30s Facebook group and sign up for emails to be sure to find out about upcoming events.

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Have an idea, or questions?
Contact The Rev. Canon Jennifer King Daugherty
206.323.0300, x 202

Young Adult Events around the Diocese of Olympia:


Evening Episcopalians

SUNDAY EVENINGS - once a month
Curious about the traditions, histories and flavors of other churches in our diocese? Let’s check out the 5 p.m. services at different parishes in the Seattle area, and maybe go for dinner/drinks afterward. Get on the meet-up e-mail list:

Nacho Theology

THURSDAYS - Fourth Thursday of each month, September–June
7:15 p.m., T.S. McHugh’s Pub, Lower Queen Anne, 21 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109
A gathering for young adults hosted by St. Paul’s Episcopal Church. It is a place for telling stories, eating food, growing in community, and unpacking what it means to be embodied theologians. Questions, contact: