Youth & Young Adults
Episcopal Campus Ministry in the Seattle: Undergraduate and graduate students from University of Washington, Seattle University, Seattle Pacific University, North Seattle Community College, and Central Seattle Community invited Wednesday evenings at 9:30PM for Compline with a dinner & text study at 8:30PM at Christ Episcopal Church in the UDistrict Neighborhood of Seattle. More information can be found on our website: www.episcopalcampusministy.com or on our Facebook: Episcopal Campus Ministry.
Theology on Tap: Join other young adults (18-35) in the Diocese in good conversation with great people. First Tuesdays of the month at Hale’s Ales in the Ballard neighborhood of Seattle. St. Mark's Cathedral also hosts a Theology on Tap on the second Thursday of every month on Capital Hill. For a list of upcoming speakers and driving directions, follow us on Facebook for both evenings.
A Holy Waste of Time: September 5-7, 2014: A chance to get away for a vacation with other young adults at Saint Andrew’s House, our Episcopal Retreat Center in Union, WA. We spend time together in a retreat setting: kayaking, hiking, playing games, making a campfire, worshipping, and more.
Cursillo 2.0 Young Adult Retreat: A Cursillo Retreat especially designed for young adults on October 9-12, 2014 at St. Mark’s Cathedral. Spend a weekend deepening and more fully understanding your own journey then this weekend is for you. More information and how to register can be found here.
SERVE: Young adult program participants spend a year living in an intentional Christian community while working at a nonprofit or parish-based placement serving people at the margins. Through their life and work, SERVE Fellows discern what they want to do with their lives, find new meaning in helping the least in Seattle, and discover who they really are. You can learn more about the program on this site, and if you’d like to apply, you can do so here.
CommUnity: An Eastside Episcopal Young Adult Gathering is gathering of Episcopalian Young Adults, from high school graduates and college students to young professionals that meet regularly for fellowship, meals, worship, and overnight trips. For more can be on their Facebook page.