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Eastern Washington Fires ~ How You Can Help

Wolverine FireYou've all seen the devastation from the fires in Eastern Washington. Bishop Rickel shares how we can help with prayers and donations. [Read More] [Donate Now]

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Gratitude Changes Everything: Let it Flow!

Saint Mark's Cathedral and the Stewardship Office are partnering to bring the Rev. Corky Carlisle to Seattle on October 17, from 9:00am - 12:00pm to lead a morning workshop at Saint Mark’s Bloedel Hall entitled, “Gratitude Changes Everything: Let It Flow”.   Read more »

Chaplains on the Harbor Seeks Donations

Supportive Housing Campaign. On Sept. 1, thanks to seed money from the Diocese of Olympia, Chaplains on the Harbor moved two new/expecting moms and one dad out of tent city and into rental housing with room for up to three mothers, their partners and children. This Supportive Housing Campaign has set a goal to raise $12,000 to house these parents for the remainder of the year as they work to regain and maintain custody of their children, which was jeopardized due to homelessness and poverty issues. It will take $1,000 per month to cover the rent -- of which seed money has already covered the first two -- along with furnishing and maintaining the home. [Donate Now] Read more »

Hurricane Katrina 10 Years On

The events of August 29, 2005 changed everything. A city was devastated, lives were lost, bodies and souls were injured, structures and landscapes were flattened. Homes, businesses, churches, and public facilities found themselves under 8-12 feet of water that wouldn’t go away. The worst of some people came out in looting and vandalism; the best of others came out in spontaneous help for total strangers. Read more »

National Conference of the Recovery Ministries of the Episcopal Church


National Conference of the Recovery Ministries of the Episcopal Church is coming to Seattle this fall. Registration is now open for The Gathering 2015:
Web of Grace, October 29-31; St. Mark's Cathedral, Seattle.
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Fall JYC (Junior High Youth Conference)

Date: Friday, November 20, 2015

Time: 7:00pm

Friday, November 20, 2015 - 7:00pm - Sunday, November 22, 2015 - 12:30pm
35.00 dollars Scholarships available.
Trinity Episcopal Church in Everett, WA

Join us for Fall JYC at Trinity Episcopal Church in Everett, WA. The weekend begins at 8PM (registration opens at 7PM) on Friday, November 20th and ends at 12:30PM on November 22nd. With lots of community-building games and activities this, is the place to find friends who will be with you through it all! Around 50 youth come together from all over Western Washington to share in music, worship and fun! Find out more »

2015 MDG Grants Process Now Open

The Millennium Development Goals Committee is accepting applications for 2015 grants. In order to qualify, the proposal must be for international work in areas where people live at or below the $1 per person per day level, be sponsored by a congregation in our diocese, and must address one of the following Millennium Development Goals:
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Earthquake in Nepal

Episcopal Relief & Development (ERD) is working with the ecumenical ACT Alliance in Nepal and local partners in northern India and southwest China regarding urgent needs and assessment efforts following the 7.8-magnitude earthquake that struck near Kathmandu on the morning of April 25 and subsequent quake on May 12. An April 27 Read more »