July 18-20, 2009
Canon Naim Ateek is an Episcopalian priest, and often referred to as “The Desmond Tutu of Palestine”. He was born in the Palestinian village of Beisan, south of the Sea of Galilee, and grew up in Nazareth. Ateek established the Sabeel Ecumenical Liberation Theology Center in Jerusalem in 1991. Before that, he served as Canon of St. George’s Cathedral in Jerusalem and as a parish priest in Haifa and Nazareth. www.sabeel.org
He is scheduled to speak on:
SATURDAY, JULY 18th
Kadima House, 10:00 to noon – 12353 8th Ave. NE, Seattle 98125
This service will be the first time that Ateek has been a guest at an American Jewish congregation
Ascension Episcopal Church, 6:30 PM – 2330 Viewmont Way West, Seattle
Reservations: $50 at Brown Paper Tickets (800) 838-3006
SUNDAY, JULY 19th
Saint Marks Cathedral – 1245 Tenth Ave. East, Canon Naim Ateek will preach at the regular 9 and 11 am services.
MONDAY, JULY 20th
First Presbyterian Church, – 2936 Rockefeller Avenue, Everett, lunch with Canon Naim Ateek featured speaker. 12 noon to 2:00 PM Reservations by calling 425-259-7139. Leave name and number attending.
Ateek’s newest book is A Palestinian Christian Cry for Reconciliation, which will be available on his July tour in Western Washington.