In the Spotlight
Upcoming Diocesan Events
Around the Diocese
Training for Eucharistic Visitors and Eucharistic Ministers; Saturday, July 26 at Good Samaritan, Sammamish. Visitors - 9 am-12 pm, Ministers - 12:30-3:30 pm; lunch provided if attending both sessions. Cost $5/session; preregister and pay at the door.
St. Andrew, Seattle, hosts a Sizzling Summer Cooking class, by Marja Murray, Center Chef at St. Andrew’s. This 3-class series starts Wednesday, July 30.
St. Mark's Cathedral hosts journalist Alison Weir: Parallels in the creation of Israel and Israel’s Latest Assault on Gaza; Saturday, August 2, 7 pm.
St. Mark's Cathedral presents Voices Across the Divide - a powerful documentary and oral history - and Q&A with film director, Dr. Alice Rothchild; Thursday, August 14, 7 pm.
St. Columba, Kent, Celebration of Mutual Ministry with the Rev. Alissa Newton; Tuesday, August 19, 7 pm.
Trinity Parish in downtown Seattle has an immediate opening for a part-time Full Charge Bookkeeper. Flexible days; 16-20 hours/week. Minimum 3 years experience. Salary DOE.
St. Luke, a neighborhood church in Tacoma, is seeking part-time (12-15 hours/week) Youth Minister, lay or ordained, to serve teens in grades 6-12. Applications accepted by mail; deadline August 15.
Ascension, Seattle, seeks a part-time (20 hours/week) Director of Children and Youth Formation; qualified candidate will be a committed Episcopalian with proven leadership skills in providing Christ-centered education to children and youth.
St. Mark's Cathedral announces a Visual Arts ministry exhibit - Sanctuary Art Center: art as an agent for healing.
The Sanctuary Art Center is a multi-faceted art studio for homeless and
street involved youth. The exhibit runs through August 18.