A multi-generational community serving the U-District for over 115 years.
We strive for beauty in worship, empowerment through education,
and action informed by faith. We honor queer lives and families.
Your life, your dreams, and your mess are all welcome here!
8 am ~ Holy Eucharist
9:05 am ~ Education Hour
10 am ~ Holy Eucharist + music
11:45 am ~ Street Chaplaincy
12.10 ~ Quiet Chapel Eucharist
6 pm ~ Campus Ministry (off-site)
9:30 pm ~ Compline Evening Prayer
Education Hour4/29 thru 5/20
We will be tapping
the deep scriptural root of The Poor People’s Campaign with bible studies prepared by Kairos the Center for Religions, Rights, and Social Justice. A short scriptural passage or passages are presented with brief commentaries by luminaries like Pope Francis and
Aaron Scott. Then we get to weigh in. Ongoing information about the Campaign can also be on offer.
Join us in Wilson Hall for coffee, discussions and/or lectures, Sundays 9:05am.
Salish Sea Concert5/22
The Able Virtuoso — Tuesday, May 22 at 7:00 PM featuring violinist Carrie Krause from
Bozeman, Montana, lutenist John Lenti and baroque flutist Jeffrey Cohan in a program of baroque
trio sonatas by 18th century French, Italian and German composers.
U-District Street Fair5/19 & 20
We will be having a booth at the street fair this year! Come say hello and enjoy this fun University District tradition.
Water and FireFall 2018
New adult catechumenate group! Learn (or re-learn!) the basics of Christian faith from a progressive Episcopalian perspective. Sunday evenings starting Fall 2018.
Sermon Videofrom 5/13
Created to Need
Rev. Shelly Fayette
Sermon Videofrom 5/6
Care, Choose, Commit
Rev. Carla Robinson