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Combined Service of Christmas Lessons and Carols

St. John the Baptist, Seattle 3050 California Ave SW, Seattle

We're combining our usual 8:30 and 10:30 services into a single service at 9:30 AM on New Year's Eve. Join us for a special service including Christmas lessons and carols!

The First Sunday after Christmas Day

Good Samaritan, Sammamish 1757 244th Ave NE, Sammamish, WA, United States

Eucharist Service in person and live streamed with music

The First Sunday after Christmas Day

Resurrection, Bellevue 15220 Main St, Bellevue, WA, United States

Join us on The First Sunday after Christmas Day. Father Alwyn Hall will be presiding and preaching. In-person only.

New Year’s Eve Morning

St. George, Maple Valley 24219 Witte Rd SE, Maple Valley, WA, United States

10:00 am Sunday Service

A Festival of Lessons and Carols

Christ Church, Blaine 382 Boblett St., Blaine, WA, United States

We celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ with readings carols, and the Holy Communion. All are welcome. Christ Church is on the corner of 4th and Boblett Streets in Blaine.

Lessons & Carols for the Way of Love

Trinity, Seattle 609 8th Ave, Seattle, WA, United States

On the First Sunday after Christmas, a service of Lessons and Carols for Peace and Justice invites us into a time of reflection, prayer, and inspiration as to how we can be provocateurs of love and agents of transformation in a world increasingly filled with hate speech, fear mongering, bigotry, and violence. The Way of Love reminds us that while the great message of Christmas is "Peace on Earth", we still have much work to do toward growing in our

Indoor Labyrinth Walk

Emmanuel, Orcas Island 242 Main St., Eastsound, WA, United States

Indoor Labyrinth Walk

Amahl and the Night Visitors

St. Thomas, Medina 8398 NE 12th St, Medina, WA, United States

Join us for our performance of Gian Carlo Menotti's heartwarming opera about the unexpected visit of three kings to a boy in Bethlehem. Performances take place on New Year's Eve at 4 and 7:30 p.m. All are warmly welcome.

New Year’s Eve Labyrinth Walk with Compline and Midnight Eucharist

Saint Mark's Cathedral, Seattle 1245 10th AVE E., Seattle, WA, United States

Since 1999, Seattle’s most peaceful New Year’s tradition. A large indoor labyrinth is laid out in the nave, with musical accompaniment by guest musicians . Invitations to other contemplative practices will be offered throughout the evening., including activities especially appropriate for younger children will also be available. Drop by any time between 6 p.m. and midnight; stay for a few minutes or a few hours. Since December 31 falls on a Sunday this year, at 9:30 p.m. The Compline Choir

Evensong: Eve of the Feast of the Holy Name of Jesus

St. Christopher's Community Church, Olympia 7902 Steamboat Island Road Northwest, Olympia, WA, United States

Join us for a Vigil of the Feast of the Holy Name. This service includes remembrance of the Naming of Jesus, done on the eight day after his birth. This also the New Year according to our solar calendar. Prayers, Scripture lessons, and themes will reflect both of these events. You are invited to join us in worship either in person on online ( StChristopherOlympia.org ). Everyone is welcome. Incense will be present at this service.

Twelfth Night Party in the Parish Hall

St. John the Baptist, Seattle 3050 California Ave SW, Seattle

Come for a festive celebration on the Eve of Epiphany, to include appetizers, king cake, wassail, and song!

Epiphany

St. Paul's, Seattle 15 Roy St., Seattle

Followed by fun activities and King Cake for children.

Feast of the Epiphany Eucharist with the Blessing of Chalk

St. John the Baptist, Seattle 3050 California Ave SW, Seattle

We'll gather at the front door of the church for the Epiphany tradition of Chalking the Door, asking God to bless all who enter throughout the year.

Evensong: Feast of the Epiphany

St. Christopher's Community Church, Olympia 7902 Steamboat Island Road Northwest, Olympia, WA, United States

The Epiphany celebrates the dawning of the Light of Christ upon all the world. Especially we remember the Magi, the gentile wise men who came to recognize and worship the Jewish Messiah. Come celebrate Christ for the world in this joyous yet meditative Evensong celebration of the Epiphany. Evensong, or Sung Evening Prayer, is a tradition that emerged out of the English Reformation traditionally being held on Sundays and Major Feasts. Our order of service is from the American Book

Feast of the Epiphany

Epiphany, Seattle 1805 38th Ave, Seattle

Celebrate Epiphany’s eponymous feast and the mystery of the Eastern Star at this festal Eucharist with the Epiphany Choir. A reception will follow the service.