Civic Saturday

Fellowship and Common Purpose

Civic Saturday is a monthly gathering we organize that is a civic analogue to church: a gathering of friends and strangers in a common place to nurture a spirit of shared purpose. But it’s not about church religion or synagogue or mosque religion. It’s about American civic religion—the creed of liberty, equality, and self-government that truly unites us (even as we argue over it). Hosted by Jená Cane and Arista Burwell-Chen. Eric Liu will offer a sermon, we’ll sing together, share readings, and meet and make friends. Bring your family, your neighbors and friends.

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Upcoming Dates
Past Sermons

June 17th, 10:30am-noon | 
Doors at 10am | Social Hour ’till 1pm
Town Hall Seattle – 

July 29 – location TBA

August 26 – location TBA



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