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Inlaws & Outlaws Screenings

St. Mark's Cathedral
Seattle WA


stmarks.gifTo mark Freedom to Marry Week, Saint Mark's Cathedral in Seattle joins other area organizations in hosting a screening of Inlaws & Outlaws on Friday, February 12th at 7:30 pm.

The presentation is part of Saint Mark's Friday Film Night series and is co-presented by the cathedral's Human Sexuality Group. A discussion with filmmaker Drew Emery will follow the film.

The film and discussion are open to all and will take place in Bloedel Hall, located in the rear of the cathedral. Free parking is also available. Signs will be posted with directions to the screening.

Who: Saint Mark's Cathedral
When: Friday, February 12th
7:30 pm
Where: Saint Mark's Cathedral, Bloedel Hall
1245 10th Ave E., Seattle, WA  98102
How: $3 suggested donation. All welcome.

For a full listing of Freedom to Marry Week screenings of Inlaws & Outlaws, go here.

About Film Night: 
"Discover and be moved every Friday Film Night evening at 7:30 pm at St. Mark’s Cathedral. Friday Film Night, a Church in the World Ministry initiative, aims to inform, to pique curiosity, to trigger discovery as well as to inspire.  While Inlaws & Outlaws will be shown in Bloedel Hall, films are usually screened at the Leffler House Living Room, next to the Cathedral Shop, just across the parking lot, south of the Cathedral. An engaging discussion follows.  Donations appreciated."

For the current month's film schedule, go here.

About the Saint Marks Human Sexuality Group:
""The Human Sexuality Group is a social justice ministry supporting the issues of human sexuality for GLBTQIH, and integrating one’s spirituality with sexuality."

For information and contacts on the Human Sexuality Group and all Saint Marks Cathedral Church in the World Ministry Groups, go here.

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