20151108_093901Advent Wreath makingSH3_4660 Welcome to St. Margaret’s

Wherever you are in your faith journey, you’ll find a warm welcome at St. Margaret’s. Whether you are an intentional seeker or merely passing through … whether you’re a cradle Episcopalian or someone just wondering about faith, we invite you to come and find a supportive and safe place to grow and explore.

“Advent: What Difference Does It Make?” Adult Education Series

The Rev. Dr. Frank Spina, Associate Priest and Professor of Old Testament at Seattle Pacific University, will lead an Advent adult education series, engaging the question, “Advent: What Difference Does It Make?” We’ll consider the theological reasons for keeping the season of Advent.
Dec. 6: “The First Advent: Jesus and the (‘Already but Not Yet’) Kingdom”
Dec. 13: “The Resurrection: How Did We Get This So Wrong?”
Dec. 20: “The Second Advent: Jesus and the (‘Accomplished and Final’) Kingdom”

Thanksgiving Day Eucharist, 10 AM

Thanksgiving Day is a feast day of the church when we give thanks for all the blessings of our lives. Put the turkey in the oven before bringing your family to worship, then continue with the feast, football, or whatever traditions you enjoy on this special day.

Sunday Fun Days

Sunday, November 29 at 12:15 p.m. in Bristol Hall. As we enter the season of Advent we will have a potluck meal after church. After lunch we will be making Advent Wreaths for our homes. All the supplies will be provided for you (cost is $6.00, and bring a tray to place your wreath on as you take it home.) Please bring two dishes to share, so we have enough food to go around (salads or main course dishes are especially needed). Sunday Fun Days is new this year and is an all-parish family-friendly event. Questions? Contact Sonja Lindberg at slindberg@saintmargarets.org.

Jazz Compline – December 6 at 7:00 pm

JazzComplineFinalimageThe Evening Worship Series monthly Jazz Compline will be offered on Sunday, December 6, at 7:00 pm.

At Day’s End, Jazz Compline is a peaceful evening service that will provide respite for the soul. With a jazz harmonization of the traditional Episcopal plainsong setting of Compline, the mood promises to be a blend of hip and history.

Please join us!


Sunday Service Times

7:15 am Holy Eucharist, quiet service
8:45 am Holy Eucharist with contemporary music
10:10 am Faith Formation for all ages
11:00 am Holy Eucharist with traditional music

9:45 am – 11:15 am Childcare: Newborn to 36 months, Nursery

Joyful Noise: 3 years & older, held in Chapel during the sermon time of 8:45 & 11:00 services.

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Tuesday 6:00 am, Chapel
Wednesday 9:30 am, Chapel

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