Gentle Yoga

St. Andrew, Seattle | Mondays, December 26-February 27, 1:30pm-2:30pm; Wednesdays, December 28-March 1, 11:15am-12:15pm
$10 per Session; $75 Full Series

Gentle Yoga instructor Wendy Townsend has a gift for bringing her students into a deep and peaceful experience of the body-mind-spirit connection. She encourages her students to explore their “stretching edge,” to challenge themselves when ready, or to take a more restorative approach. You are welcome to drop in during Christmas week (drop-in rate is $10/session), or to attend and register for winter term.


Concert on the Flentrop Organ with Janette Fishell

Saint Mark’s Cathedral, Seattle | February 24, 7:30pm | $20 Tickets, $15 Students

Dr. Fishell is a performer of international stature whose playing is widely admired for its virtuosity and rhythmic vitality. She is Professor of Music and Chair of the Organ Department of the Jacobs School of Music, Indiana University. Her program will showcase a variety of composers and style periods.


An Evening with Scott Cairns

St. Paul, Seattle | February 25, 5:30pm

A community committed to engaging in the arts, St. Paul, Seattle will welcome Scott Cairns to read from and share about his works of poetry and prose. The evening will begin with Evensong and Benediction, an ancient chanted liturgy, followed by the poetry reading at 6:30pm.


Lily of the Valley: Sacred Music of Venice and the Balkans

Epiphany, Seattle | February 26, 6:00pm

Agave Baroque, a professional ensemble of strings, baroque guitar, theorbo, and harpsichord, all led by Henry Lebedinsky and featuring former Epiphany soloist, soprano Linda Tsatsanis. This concert will explore the music of the 17th century Republic of Venice which stretched from Milan in the West to what is now Slovenia. Come and enjoy a historical evening representing 150 years with the music of Monteverdi, Vivaldi, Salamone Rossi, and Tartini, finishing with the deeply spiritual solo songs of the composers of Croatia. There will be a reception following event.


Nordic Lights with Finnish Organist Jaana Jokimies

St. Andrew, Tacoma | February 26, 3:00pm | Goodwill Offering

Finnish performer Jaana Jokimies presents an evening of music by Nordic Composers.


Astrobiology & the Meanings of Life

The Center at St. Andrew, Seattle | March 3, 7:00pm; Wednesdays March 8-April 5, 7:00pm
$15 Advance Registration, $25 at the Door; $10 Suggested Donation Wednesdays

Astrobiology is the study of life as it happens to planets. As we continue to discover more and more planets (3500+) and more and more diversity in Earth life (e.g., radiation and vacuum resistant bacteria), should we start to think differently about the definition and meaning of “life?” In an evening presentation, Dr. Mix will talk about the diverse and changing ways we think about life and why it matters to Christians. In the Lenten series that follows, he will lead participants in looking at the “life of the world,” the life of organisms, interior life, mental life, and life eternal.  Participants will get a chance to share what life means to them and think together about what it means for Jesus Christ to bring life. All welcome to either or both parts of this offering.


Lent Quiet Morning

St. Paul, Seattle | March 4, 9:00am-12:00pm

Join St. Paul, Seattle for a Lent Quiet Morning focused on Peace & Justice and the Interior Life on Saturday, March 4 from 9-12pm. Father Jay Rozendaal will guide us through a time of reflecting on how our inner spiritual life is in dialogue with our life in action, engaging the world around us.


Interfaith Conversations

St. Luke, Renton | Wednesdays in March, 6:30pm

St. Luke, Renton’s Interfaith Conversations provide a safe space to listen to and learn from leaders and people of other faith traditions. These evenings foster conversation, celebrate our differences, and develop tools to strengthen the whole. Four Wednesday evening Interfaith Conversations will take place during Lent. Each will begin with a simple soup supper at 6:30pm, followed by a structured conversation at 7:00pm. Featuring Imam Jamal Rahman, Faiza Sultan, Rev. Terry Kyllo, and Dr. Ann Holmes Redding.


Bach’s Lunch

Christ Church, Seattle | March 7, 12:00pm

Baroque masterworks from Scandinavia played by Joshua Romatowski (baroque flute), Tekla Cunningham (baroque violin), and Henry Lebedinsky (harpsichord).


Kids and Race: Changing the Narrative

Epiphany, Seattle | March 11, 9:15am | $20 Adult Registration

You are invited to a special workshop for all adults who care about children, who teach children, or who are in relationship with children: “Kids and Race: Changing the Narrative” at Epiphany on Saturday, March 11 from 9:15am-12:15pm. This event is co-sponsored by Epiphany Parish and Epiphany Early Learning Preschool. Jasen Frelot, Kids & Race Consultant at The Well, and colleagues will lead this 2.5 hour workshop and all adults who know, love, and care for children are invited.


Concert on the Flentrop Organ

Saint Mark’s Cathedral, Seattle | March 17, 7:30pm | Tickets – $20 Adults, $15 Students

John Stuntebeck is the Associate Organist of Saint Mark’s Cathedral. He will perform music by Alain, Franck, Vivaldi/Bach, Grigny, Buxtehude, Sweelinck, and excerpts from Vierne’s 3rd Symphony.


Lenten Wisdom Retreat Day

St. Barnabas, Bainbridge Island | March 18, 9:30am-3:30pm | $20 Requested Donation

Featuring teaching about The Law of Three, Gurdjieff student George Coke will lead participants in a retreat day that includes Meditation time, chanting and mindfulness practice.


Bristol Scholarship for Graduating High School Seniors

St. Margaret, Bellevue | Applications Due April 28

The Outreach Committee of St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church in Bellevue awards two scholarships in memory of the Rev. Wally & Betty Bristol, each for $2,000, to graduating seniors within the Diocese who are in need of financial assistance to pursue higher education. Applicants must be Episcopalians from the Diocese of Olympia and demonstrate 30 or more hours of community service in the past year. Awards are based upon need and demonstrated service to the community. More information and the application form are available at the St. Margaret’s website.



Weekly Healing Eucharist

St. Clement, Seattle | Wednesdays, 6:00pm

Join St. Clement, Seattle every Wednesday Evening at 6:00pm for the celebration of the Holy Eucharist with Scripture, reflections, and prayer, including the litany for healing and the Sacrament of Healing.