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Saint Mark’s Cathedral will observe an Octave of Prayer for Peace,
August 24- 31 in Thomsen Chapel. With special intention on these last
eight days of August, come to pray for peace in our world.
Blessings for the Journey- Bishop Rickel will join local faith and environmental leaders to blessing a totem pole carved by Lummi Nation House of Tears carvers. Saint Mark’s Cathedral, Friday, August 29, 11 am.
St. Andrew, Tacoma hosts a Celebration and Open House; Saturday, August 30, 1 pm to celebrate a new elevator and upgrades to "Open our Doors to All."
St. Paul, Seattle, Celebration of New Ministry with Deacon Stephen Crippen; Sunday, August 31, 10:15 am reception followed by 11:15 am Eucharist.
Church of the Resurrection, Bellevue, hosts its 3rd Annual Neighborhood Fair.
Bouncy house, face painting, magician, kids games; tasty cuisines and
Winegar's gourmet ice cream. Saturday, September 6, 10 am-4 pm.
Epiphany and Advocacy art exhibit at Saint Mark’s Cathedral; exhibit runs through September 7.
The Center at St. Andrew, Seattle, offers open registration for Fall Gentle Yoga. Daytime classes begin Sept. 8 and continue through November 19.
Grace Church, Bainbridge Island, presents Concerts at Grace Church featuring Saint Paul de Vence; Friday, September 12, 8 pm (no host bar and fundraising raffle at 6:30 pm).
All are invited to a community "Barn Raising” at St. Stephen, Oak Harbor, Saturday, September 13, 9 am-3 pm. Jobs for all skill levels. Lunch provided, please RSVP how many will attend and include what skills (if any) you will bring.
St. Luke, Renton, hosts an inaugural English Fete featuring sales of traditional English foods, beers and sweets, classic English carnival games, and more; Saturday, Sept. 13, 11 am-4 pm; free.
St. Mark's Justice Ministry and the Mental Health Chaplaincy offer Understanding Trauma with Barbara Bennett, PhD; Saturday, September 13, 9 am-2 pm; St. Mark's Cathedral.
Church of the Good Shepherd, Federal Way, hosts Lobsterfest, Sept. 13, 5-7 pm. Full dinner $35 (whole lobster or BBQ ribs); fresh Maine lobsters available for "take out" pick-up, 3-5 pm; $30 per lobster. Order deadline Sept. 7.
The Writing Subcommittee of Arts at Saint Mark’s is offering two writing classes this fall - Intro to Creative Writing & Autobiography/Memoir: Writing your Life. Classes begin Sept. 14 - registration required.
Join a team from Saint Mark’s Cathedral at the 2014 Seattle AIDS Walk on Saturday, Sept. 27. Walkers from the wider diocese are invited to join the team.