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.
- Join the 20s/30s Group at Saint Mark's on Facebook.
- Join the Saint Mark's 20s/30s Group Slack channel. For information about how to join, email Betsy Heimburger.
- Follow Saint Mark's on Instagram.
Have an idea, or questions? Contact Emily Meeks at email@example.com
A special 20s/30s newsletter is sent out every other month, containing information about upcoming 20s/30s events, along with reflections, recommendations, reports from recent gatherings, and more. Subscribe to the email list to get future issues and special updates using the form here. (Select the "Young Adults" check box in the form—if you are already on a different cathedral distribution list, just enter your email address and it should recognize you.)
Questioning Together and Compline will be held on the second Sunday of each month. Each month we'll explore a question of faith together with a facilitator providing background on the topic before open discussion. At 9:15, we'll head over to Compline together.
More information, including material and resources for each meeting, will be posted here as it becomes available.
UPCOMING TOPICS & FACILITATORS:
- SUNDAY, MARCH 10, 2024: What is Anglo-Catholicism? with The Rev. Canon Linzi Stahlecker
- SUNDAY, APRIL 14, 2024: What does it mean to practice evangelism as Episcopalians? with The Most Rev. Melissa Skelton
- SUNDAY, MAY 12, 2024: Creativity and Faith with Prof. Doug Thorpe
- SUNDAY, JUNE 9, 2024: Topic TBA
On the first Tuesday of each month, the 20s/30s group gathers for a taco dinner at 6 p.m. in Leffler House, then joins the Contemplative Prayer group from 7–8 p.m. Dinner hosts vary by month. Tortillas, beans, chips and salsa provided. Bring a favorite side. Learn more here.
Start the day with fellowship and reflection at Saint Bread, a bakery and community space on the Portage Bay waterfront near UW in Seattle. Seating is outside so dress accordingly for weather. See dates here. Questions? Contact Hilary McLeland-Wieser: Hmcleland12@live.com