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The Mideast Focus Ministry at St. Mark's Cathedral and the Kairos Seattle Leadership Team host, Kairos Seattle: A Call to Action in a Moment of Truth, a dynamic one-day workshop facilitated by Dr. Mark Braverman, and the Rev. Diane Dulin; Saturday, Feb. 28, St. Mark's Cathedral. $35 includes lunch.
St. Stephen’s, Seattle hosts A Journey to the Cross on Sunday March, 1 at 5:00pm pm. All are invited to experience the journey of Jesus on his way to the cross with poetry, scripture and music. Reception to follow.
Christ Church, Seattle, hosts the Salish Sea Early Music Festival; Tuesday, March 3 featuring J.S. Bach Sonatas & Friday, March 13
highlighting J.S. Bach, Goldberg Variations, 7:30pm. Suggested donation
$15-20, students $5, youth 18 and under free.
The Mid-East Focus Ministry of Saint Mark's Cathedral, Seattle presents the film Israel vs. Israel, which documents political and religious Israeli organizations that actively oppose various aspects of the occupation. Wednesday, March 4, 7:00pm. Donations welcomed.
Christ Church, Tacoma hosts, Sunday, March 8, 7:00pm The Esoterics, Seattle's highly-acclaimed choral ensemble, present Rachmaninoff's master choral work. Tickets: $25 general; $18 seniors/students.
The Well at Queen Anne UMC and Saint Mark's Episcopal Cathedral present Walter Brueggemann speaking from his work, Sabbath as Resistance: Saying No to the Culture on Friday, March 13, 7:00-8:30pm and Saturday, March 14, 9:00am-12:00pm. Tickets: Friday: $21.69; Saturday: $26.87; Combined: $37.22
St. John the Baptist, West Seattle, celebrates Mothering Sunday, traditionally the fourth Sunday of Lent with a lunch including cuisine from various countries; Sunday, March 15, 11:45am. There's a goodwill offering to support a new library for the Kwa Muema High School in Kenya.
St. Mark's Cathedral, Seattle, hosts the Nordic Heritage Museum and Seattle Choral Company presentation of Nordic Voices; Friday, March 20 and Saturday, March 21, 8:00pm. Tickets required, $25.
Upcoming Safeguard Trainings