Cathedral Garden Ministry Work Party

Front Lawn/Labyrinth

SECOND SUNDAY OF THE MONTH*, 9 A.M.–12 P.M., meet on the front lawn The garden volunteers meet to work on the second Saturday of the month 9 a.m.–noon, from February through November, planting, weeding, composting and making our campus beautiful. Prior gardening experience is not required, only enthusiasm! Bring a water bottle and gloves if you have them. Questions? Contact Norva Osborn at: gardening@saintmarks.org *does not meet in December or January

20s/30s Picnic on the Labyrinth

Front Lawn/Labyrinth

TUESDAY, JUNE 4, 6–8 P.M. Weather permitting, join in for a picnic dinner outside by the labyrinth. A main dish will be provided, as well as plates & utensils. All are invited to bring a side dish that's easy to share outside. If it is raining, we will move dinner inside to the second floor of Leffler House. Contact Julia (julia7cooper@gmail.com) for questions or to RSVP. Rain location: Leffler House, 2nd floor

*Seattle Architecture Foundation: Federal Ave. Walking Tour

Front Lawn/Labyrinth

The Olmsted Brothers’ visionary park plan led Seattle’s prominent leaders and their renowned architects to design homes nestled against blossoming Volunteer Park on Seattle’s Capitol Hill. The homes reflect the changing tastes, lifestyles, and times just before and after World War I. Stroll Federal Avenue and learn about these stately monuments to early 20th Century prosperity. On this tour you’ll see a variety of classic architectural styles from notable architects of the day, including Carl F. Gould, Bebb & Mendel, & Joseph … Read More

Event Series Cathedral Run Group

Cathedral Run Group

Front Lawn/Labyrinth

Hosted by 20s/30s—All are welcome FIRST SATURDAYS: MARCH 2, APRIL 6, 7:30 A.M., meet on the outdoor labyrinth  All ages are welcome to meet on the outdoor labyrinth in front of the cathedral for a three-mile morning run through Volunteer Park. All paces welcome. Afterward, there will be a chance for fellowship over coffee. Email Adrienne (adriennehub@gmail.com) or Emily (emeeks@saintmarks.org) with questions.

Cathedral Garden Ministry Work Party

Front Lawn/Labyrinth

SECOND SUNDAY OF THE MONTH*, 9 A.M.–12 P.M., meet on the front lawn The garden volunteers meet to work on the second Saturday of the month 9 a.m.–noon, from February through November, planting, weeding, composting and making our campus beautiful. Prior gardening experience is not required, only enthusiasm! Bring a water bottle and gloves if you have them. Questions? Contact Norva Osborn at: gardening@saintmarks.org *does not meet in December or January

*Seattle Architecture Foundation: Federal Ave. Walking Tour

Front Lawn/Labyrinth

The Olmsted Brothers’ visionary park plan led Seattle’s prominent leaders and their renowned architects to design homes nestled against blossoming Volunteer Park on Seattle’s Capitol Hill. The homes reflect the changing tastes, lifestyles, and times just before and after World War I. Stroll Federal Avenue and learn about these stately monuments to early 20th Century prosperity. On this tour you’ll see a variety of classic architectural styles from notable architects of the day, including Carl F. Gould, Bebb & Mendel, & Joseph … Read More

Event Series Cathedral Run Group

Cathedral Run Group

Front Lawn/Labyrinth

Hosted by 20s/30s—All are welcome FIRST SATURDAYS: MARCH 2, APRIL 6, 7:30 A.M., meet on the outdoor labyrinth  All ages are welcome to meet on the outdoor labyrinth in front of the cathedral for a three-mile morning run through Volunteer Park. All paces welcome. Afterward, there will be a chance for fellowship over coffee. Email Adrienne (adriennehub@gmail.com) or Emily (emeeks@saintmarks.org) with questions.

CATHEDRAL DAY!

Cathedral Nave +1 more

Cathedral Day 2024 is Saturday, April 27! Cathedral Day is a “family reunion” for Episcopalians from across western Washington. It’s a time for connecting across congregations and experiencing all your cathedral has to offer. This year’s Cathedral Day celebrates the idea of pilgrimage, with Saint Mark’s serving as your sacred destination. Our Christian tradition holds dear the spiritual practice of making pilgrimages that profoundly shape our understanding of what it means to follow Christ. One need not travel across the globe … Read More

Cathedral Garden Ministry Work Party

Front Lawn/Labyrinth

SECOND SUNDAY OF THE MONTH*, 9 A.M.–12 P.M., meet on the front lawn The garden volunteers meet to work on the second Saturday of the month 9 a.m.–noon, from February through November, planting, weeding, composting and making our campus beautiful. Prior gardening experience is not required, only enthusiasm! Bring a water bottle and gloves if you have them. Questions? Contact Norva Osborn at: gardening@saintmarks.org *does not meet in December or January

Event Series Cathedral Run Group

Cathedral Run Group

Front Lawn/Labyrinth

Hosted by 20s/30s—All are welcome FIRST SATURDAYS: MARCH 2, APRIL 6, 7:30 A.M., meet on the outdoor labyrinth  All ages are welcome to meet on the outdoor labyrinth in front of the cathedral for a three-mile morning run through Volunteer Park. All paces welcome. Afterward, there will be a chance for fellowship over coffee. Email Adrienne (adriennehub@gmail.com) or Emily (emeeks@saintmarks.org) with questions.

Transgender Day of Visibility Brunch Outing

Front Lawn/Labyrinth

EASTER SUNDAY, MARCH 31, meet on the front patio after the 11 a.m. liturgy ends This year, Transgender Day of Visibility falls on Easter Day! In celebration of this important day, all are invited to join us after the 11 a.m. liturgy ends for brunch in Capitol Hill. We will meet on the front porch by 12:45 and walk to brunch together on Broadway. So that we can make a reservation, please RSVP if you can using this link. Questions? Contact … Read More

Event Series Easter Egg Hunt

Easter Egg Hunt

Front Lawn/Labyrinth

Easter Egg Hunts will be offered on the front lawn after the conclusion of the 8:30 and 11 a.m. Easter Sunday services. This year, instead of candy being inside the eggs, children will hunt for eggs, turn them in, and choose from a selection of special treats. They may then hide eggs for other children to find.

Event Series Easter Egg Hunt

Easter Egg Hunt

Front Lawn/Labyrinth

Easter Egg Hunts will be offered on the front lawn after the conclusion of the 8:30 and 11 a.m. Easter Sunday services. This year, instead of candy being inside the eggs, children will hunt for eggs, turn them in, and choose from a selection of special treats. They may then hide eggs for other children to find.