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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.

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Night Prayer with the 20s & 30s Group

2ND AND 4TH MONDAY OF EACH MONTH, 7 P.M.

On the second Monday of the month, join a call-in service over the phone.

NEW! On the fourth Monday of each month, call in over the phone OR join together in-person on the outdoor labyrinth in front of the cathedral.

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The order of service for this offering may be downloaded here.
Night Prayer with the 20s & 30s Group
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SECOND AND FOURTH MONDAY OF EACH MONTH, 7 P.M. The 20s & 30s at Saint Mark’s host prayer together over the phone on the second and fourth Mondays of each month at 7 p.m. This liturgy, which usually ends around 7:15, will be offered over the phone. Once a month, participants are invited to gather on the labyrinth in addition to the call-in option. When Night Prayer was launched, the service was based on the liturgy in the New Zealand … Read More

Intergenerational Hike to Twin Falls
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Intergenerational Hike to Twin Falls  Sunday, September 12, 2021,  2 – 5:30 p.m. Let’s hike together! All ages are welcome on this 3 mile roundtrip hike to Twin Falls as we take time to connect, move and pray in nature after church. We’ll meet at the trailhead at 2 p.m. and finish by 5:30 p.m. Bring your water, snacks and appropriate gear – we recommend good hiking shoes, layers, sunscreen and a hat. Register to attend here! Questions? Contact Emily … Read More

Sunday Stairway Walks for 20s/30s
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SUNDAYS, JULY 11, AUGUST 8 & SEPTEMBER 26, 2 P.M.–5:15 P.M., pre-registration required Did you know that Seattle has 650 publicly accessible stairways? In the early 1900s, property developers in hilly Seattle would construct public stairways for convenience and to improve access to trolly lines. Now, these scenic passageways provide opportunities to discover off-the-path views through Seattle neighborhoods. Join with other young adults from around the Diocese of Olympia to explore and learn about different neighborhoods and Episcopal parishes within … Read More

Creation Care Connect: A Conversation with Elizabeth Hawkins in El Salvador
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MONDAY, MAY 24, 6 P.M., via Zoom   THE CREATION CARE MINISTRY & 20s/30s GROUP PRESENTS: Creation Care Connect: A Conversation with Elizabeth Hawkins in El Salvador All are welcome to join in a conversation with Elizabeth Hawkins, a cathedral community member who has been living and working in San Salvador since 2019. She will share her perspectives with a Creation Care focus from her view living in El Salvador. Join using this Zoom link. Check out this article about … Read More

20s/30s Yoga in the Park
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MONDAY, MAY 10, 6 P.M. Gasworks Park    Bend and flow at Gasworks Park with a “transition” themed practice and meditation led by Ruth Sonawane. At 7 p.m., we will call into Night Prayer together. All levels welcome. Bring your mask and your mat. Email Kate for meet up details: katecausey@gmail.com

Postal Fellowship: Letter Exchange During Lent
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There is something about writing and receiving a handwritten note that can be central to our wellbeing in connecting with others. Join the 20s/30s Group for “Postal Fellowship” as an opportunity to pause, reflect, and connect with each other in handwritten correspondence during the weeks of March 22 and March 29. Share your letter writing, card decorating, stamp selection, envelope art or postcard style with another 20s/30s member. Suggested writing prompts will include themes of “Release” (Week 1) and “Renewal” … Read More

Personal Prayer Time in the Nave for Lent
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SUNDAY, MARCH 14, 4-6 P.M. MONDAY, MARCH 22, 6-7 P.M. PALM SUNDAY, MARCH 28, 12:30-1:30 P.M. GOOD FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1-2 P.M.   Come to the cathedral nave for a moment of quiet, prayerful reflection during Lent. Several times have been set aside to welcome parishioners to the nave for socially-distanced individual prayer. There is no need to register. Come to the Hoerster Annex entrance (southwest corner of cathedral) where you will be greeted and asked to sign a health … Read More

Saturday Night Shakespeare Live! with the 20s/30s
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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 4-7 P.M., via Zoom Join the 20s/30s Group for a virtual group reading of Shakespeare’s The Tempest. Contact Emily Meeks (emcmeeks@gmail.com) for more information, or join via Zoom here.

SACRED: Milestones of a Spiritual Life—Watch Party Sponsored by the 20s/30s Group
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SUNDAY, JANUARY 17, 5–7:15 P.M. All ages are welcome to join the 20s/30s Group for a watch party viewing and discussion of SACRED via Zoom. How do others outside of our tradition, and our country, experience faith and spiritual practice? After the screening, we’ll discuss observations from the film. Watch the trailer below. Join using this Zoom link. If you wish, you can RSVP to the Facebook event here. Questions? Contact Courtney Wendel-Stevenson, courtneyw1901@gmail.com.

“A Life On Our Planet” Watch Party
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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 13, 5–7:15 P.M.  “A Life On Our Planet” Watch Party, Sponsored by 20s&30s and Creation Care ministry Celebrate a greener holiday season. Join the 20s30s and Creation Care for a watch party via Zoom to view and discuss David Attenborough’s documentary, “A Life On Our Planet.”  We’ll share observations and eco-friendly ways to keep the season festive while thinking about how these actions can become practices that open us to deeper spiritual connections. Prior to the film, we’ll … Read More