Young Adults

King County

Storytelling as Spiritual Practice

Thursday, Sept. 11, 2014 | 7:00 – 9:00 pm | Liberty Bar 517 15th Ave E. Seattle, WA
Tad Monroe, presenting

Join us as we explore the art and practice of storytelling. We will talk about how and why story works and why it is such an important spiritual practice – particularly in the context of Ignatian spirituality.
This evening will be facilitated by Rev. Tad Monroe. Tad is currently the Ecumenical and Multifaith Campus Minister at Seattle University. He is an ordained Presbyterian Pastor and has served two urban congregations in Tacoma. Tad is the co-founder and producer of Drunken Telegraph a live storytelling show and consults with organizations and individuals in the art and practice of storytelling. He also a writer and poet.
Come to the evening having jotted down or at least thought about one experience where your expectation was met with the unexpected.

Free will offering. For young adults in their 20s & 30s. To RSVP, contact Michaela Kearns at


2013-2014 SEYA King County Events

Meditation: Medicine for the Soul (click for flyer)

Under My Skin (click for flyer)

Dreams, Imagination & Ignatian Contemplation (click for flyer)

No Room at the Inn? An Advent Posada (click for flyer)

Engaging Spiritual Practices (click for flyer)

Pope Francis & the Future of the Church (click for flyer)

Called to Become Ourselves (click for flyer)

Sport & Spirituality (click for flyer)


2013-2014 SEYA Pierce County Events:

Meditation: Medicine for the Soul

Nonviolent Communication (click for flyer)

Called to Become Ourselves (click for flyer)


2012-2013 SEYA King County Events:

Bowling Party (click for flyer)

Jesuits on the Frontier (click for flyer)

Meant To Be? Imagine That! (click for flyer)

Relationships and Discernment (click for flyer)

Centering Prayer (click for flyer)

Life Transitions and Tranformations (click for flyer)

Eco-Spirituality (click for flyer)

Application of the Senses (click for flyer)


2012-2013 SEYA Pierce County Events:

Wellness Spirituality (click for flyer)

For more info on SEYA events in King or Pierce County contact Emily Davis at or 206.329.4824.