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On Sunday, June 3, in partnership with the Church Council of Greater Seattle and Saint Mark's Cathedral, St. James was privileged to sponsor a walk for peace and healing from Saint Mark's on Capitol Hill to St. James on First Hill.  Leading the way are (from left) Michael Ramos, Church Council of Greater Seattle; Rev. Dr. Carey Anderson, First A.M.E. Church; Rev. Canon Lance Ousley, Saint Mark's Cathedral; Father Michael G. Ryan; Mayor Mike McGinn; Bishop Greg Rickel, Episcopal Diocese of Olympia.

Jews, Christians, and Muslims, we respond to the recent terrible violence in our city with compassion, prayer, and hope.

Arriving at St. James

Archbishop Sartain greets Bishop Greg Rickel, leader of the Episcopal Church in western Washington

Rabbi Daniel Weiner, Senior Rabbi of Temple de Hirsch Sinai, offers a prayer for shalom, peace,
in song.

Rev. Patricia Simpson, District Superintendent, United Methodist Church

Imam Abdullah Polovina of the Islamic Center of Shoreline

Seattle Pro Musica, under the direction of Karen P. Thomas, provided sublime music
that expressed the prayers and hopes of our city at this difficult time.

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