West Seattle Memorial Day: Two ways to observe the holiday

This year, we have word of two commemorative Memorial Day services in West Seattle:

FOREST LAWN: At 2 pm Monday, the annual service at Forest Lawn (WSB sponsor) traditionally includes local veterans’ groups and honors those who made the ultimate sacrifice. All are welcome; the nondenominational service, which includes music, is held near the flagpole toward the south edge of the cemetery. (6701 30th SW)

P.S. American Legion Post 160 is again part of the ceremony and will again follow it with a community cookout at its HQ in The Triangle, 3618 SW Alaska, starting at 3:15 pm.

2 CHURCHES’ NEW SERVICE: Here’s the announcement for this Sunday night service:

1st annual Sacred Service for War Dead led by West Seattle Contemplative Church and West Seattle Baptist Church on Sunday, May 27th, 2018 at 5:30 pm. The church is located at 4157 California Ave SW. Street parking available. This religious service recognizes those who have died, acknowledges the life given, and commits them to God. It is also an honoring of those for whom the traditional rites of memorial and burial may not have happened. Pastor Kelly (Presbyterian) and Pastor Gil (Baptist) are both ordained clergy and military veterans. More info here.

They’re also inviting contributions of names of the deceased to include in the service – email Pastor Kelly at kelly@wscontemplativechurch.org. (4157 California SW)

1 Reply to "West Seattle Memorial Day: Two ways to observe the holiday"

  • rob May 25, 2018 (1:38 am)

     it was funny last year I went into homedepot on memorial day and the gal at the door says happy memorial day and I said whats happy about today . today is about honering our fallen  service men an women  whats happy about that

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