FRIDAY, MAY 13, 2022

Sunday, May 15, 2022:
The Fifth Sunday of Easter
8 a.m. • The Holy Eucharist
in person in Thomsen Chapel

9 a.m. • The Holy Eucharist with
in person in the cathedral nave

11 a.m.The Holy Eucharist
in person and livestreamed

7 p.m. • Contemplative Eucharist
in person in Thomsen Chapel

9:30 p.m. • Compline
in person and livestreamed
Cover image from Cathedral Day 2022 (of Bishop Rickel taking a selfie with those who just received the rites of Confirmation, Reception, and Reaffirmation) by Greg Hester/Diocese of Olympia.

Updated pandemic safety measures

This Sunday at 10:10 a.m.

This Sundayall are welcome

Welcome to Cathedral Archive Intern Eve and Diocesan Archivist Erik

Award-winning drama 200 Meters

Save the date for the first of a new monthly gathering

Face Masks Again Required for Worship

A message was sent to the parish yesterday announcing that, due to the current state of the pandemic, face masks will again be required for everyone while inside the catehdral building. Dean Thomason wrote:

"To that end, and with some grief at the need for it, it is time for us to resume the mask mandate for worship, until further notice, guided by the public health statistics. I hope it won’t be a lengthy imposition, but this is an important measure for us to take at this time. Effective this Sunday, May 15, 2022, all persons attending worship services in-person are requested to wear a mask of optimal protection—N95, KF94, KN95 types masks are highly encouraged, for your sake and for the benefit of others. Other forms of masks offer a much lower protective benefit."

Please read the complete announcement here. Thank you for your flexibility as we negotiate this continually changing situation.
PSALMATHON 2022Fifty Psalms in Three Hours

TOMORROW! SATURDAY, MAY 14, 9 A.M. to 12 P.M., cathedral nave, registration requested

Join with the Evensong Choir for PSALMATHON 2022, a fundraiser for the choir’s 2022 UK Pilgrimage. Over 3 hours, we will sing 50 of our most beloved psalms, proclaiming them in a variety of musical forms. Parishioners are encouraged to sponsor one of our singers for a dollar amount per psalm or join in the singing with a sponsor of your own! Learn more here. Registration (not required, but helpful for planning) here.
Memorial Service for Seattle Leader and Activist Scott Morrow

TOMORROW, SATURDAY, MAY 14, 3 P.M., outdoors on the cathedral grounds

Scott Morrow, a groundbreaking figure in the struggle to uphold the dignity and improve the lives of those who have fallen into homelessness, died on April 19. He was a founder of SHARE/WHEEL and a tireless advocate for listening to the actual voices of people experiencing homelessness, and for empowering people to have control over their own lives. As one of the leaders of Tent City 3, he was a familiar face around Saint Mark's during the periods when TC3 was in residence on the cathedral property. His obituary may be read here. A memorial service will be held for Scott outdoors on the cathedral grounds tomorrow, Saturday May 14, at 3 p.m. All are welcome.
Intergenerational Labyrinth Walk and Talk

THIS SUNDAY, MAY 15, 10:10 A.M., meet on the front patio

Between the 9 and 11 a.m. services this Sunday the leaders of the Labyrinth Ministry, Doug Thorpe, Judy Andrews, and Walter Stuteville, invite people of all ages to experience the labyrinth with them. They'll talk briefly about the labyrinth—what it is, why they love it, and how they use it—and then we'll walk it, with a short debrief afterwards for us to share what we noticed in the process.
Worship and Prayer Committee Meeting

THIS SUNDAY, MAY 15, 1:30 P.M.–3 P.M., online via Zoom

The Worship and Prayer Standing Committee of the Saint Mark's Vestry meets several times a year to discuss liturgy and prayer at the cathedral, as part of a strategy driven by the community's Mutual Ministry Goals. All liturgical ministers are invited to join us for the next meeting this Sunday, May 15, from 1:30 to 3 p.m. on Zoom—but remember, everyone who worships at Saint Mark's is considered a liturgical minister, so all are welcome to participate. If you would like to attend, please contact Cathedral Sacristan Michael Seewer at [email protected]. He will reply with an article to be read in advance, which will be discussed during the meeting, along with the agenda and Zoom link.
Final Offering of the Series: 200 Meters

DISCUSSION: FRIDAY, MAY 20, 7 P.M., online via Zoom only

For its final event of the current film series, the Mideast Focus Ministry is thrilled to offer the award-winning film 200 Meters. This moving drama tells the story of Mustafa and his wife Salwa, who live in two Palestinian villages that are only 200 meters apart, but separated by the wall. One day he gets the call every parent dreads: his son has been in an accident and is in the hospital. He will do anything to reach his son, and after being denied access through the checkpoint on a technicality, Mustafa embarks upon a journey to cross the border illegally. View the trailer here.

The online discussion on Friday, May 20, will feature Julia Pitner of the Washington Report on Middle East Affairs. To watch the film, email [email protected] — You will get a link to watch the film at your convenience, as well as a link to join the Zoom discussion.
Rabbi Daniel Weiner of Temple De Hirsch Sinai to Visit Saint Mark's on May 22

GUEST SERMON: SUNDAY, MAY 22, at the 9 and 11 a.m. services
"FRIENDS TALKING" FORUM: 10:10–10:50 A.M., Bloedel Hall

Rabbi Daniel Weiner has led the congregation of Temple De Hirsch Sinai, our neighbors on Capitol Hill, since 2001. Among his many roles and accomplishments he has placed a special emphasis on interfaith and ecumenical efforts, and has collaborated with Dean Thomason on multiple occasions over the last ten years. In March, Dean Thomason preached at Temple De Hirsch, and on May 22 Rabbi Weiner will reciprocate, offering a sermon at the 9 and 11 a.m. services. Also on Sunday morning he will join the Dean in a "Friends Talking" forum in Bloedel Hall. (The forum will be recorded and posted for those not able to attend in person.)
Monthly Neighborhood Eucharists

FIRST OFFERING: SATURDAY, MAY 28, 4 P.M., at the Ermoian/Kelley residence in north Ballard

Each month from May to October, Saint Mark's parishioners will be taking turns hosting a simple Neighborhood Eucharist in a backyard or park on a late Saturday afternoon. These are designed to be especially family-friendly, meaningful, and brief—a great way to strengthen the connections among us as well as to God's good earth. You are particularly encouraged to attend the Eucharist offered in your own neighborhood, but any community member may attend any event. The first will be hosted by Kristen Kelly and Ralph Ermoian in the Loyal Heights neighborhood of northwest Ballard. To RSVP, or to sign up to host one in your neighborhood in the coming months, please email Canon Barrie: [email protected] 
Education for Ministry: Informational Forum

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8, 6:45–8 P.M., online via Zoom only

Do you want to go deeper into your faith in an intense, ongoing way? Do you want to form lasting connections with others who also seek that connection? Consider registering for Education for Ministry (EfM). There will be an informational forum plus Q&A about the EfM program on Wednesday, June 8, 6:45-8 p.m., via Zoom. EfM is a four-year program for lay people to study scripture, church history, and modern theology. It is a four-year program, but students commit to one year at a time. Each class is limited to 12 people. Three different classes meet weekly September-June at Saint Mark's: Sundays, 6:30-8:30 p.m.; Mondays, 10am-12:30 p.m.; and Mondays, 6:30-8:30 p.m. Tuition is $325, plus the cost of textbooks. If you're interested in joining a class in the fall, please attend the online forum on June 8, or contact one of the mentors: Sunday evening: Penelope Jackson; Monday morning: Maria Coldwell; Monday evening: Tom Hayton. The Zoom link will be announced in the coming weeks.
20s/30s GROUP
Behind the Scenes with The Mighty Flentrop!

SUNDAY, JUNE 12, meet in Leffler House at 12:15 p.m., with tour in the Organ Loft to follow at about 1 p.m.

All 20s/30s are invited to join Canon Michael Kleinschmidt for a fabulous “back-stage” pass experience of Saint Mark’s famous Flentrop Organ. First, we’ll gather after the 11 a.m. service for light refreshments and conversation after the service at Leffler House. At 1 p.m., we’ll head back to the cathedral where Michael will offer a “tour” and demonstration of the instrument, including a brief singalong with favorite hymns. Email your favorite hymn title from The Hymnal 1982 to Adam Conley: [email protected]
MAY 13
TONIGHT! FRIDAY, MAY 13, 2022 7:30 P.M., in the cathedral nave or via ticketed livestream

In-person tickets will be available at the door.

Proof of vaccination or recent negative COVID text will be checked at the door.

NEW: Masks must be worn by everyone while inside the cathedral building.

In this final offering of the 2021/22 Music Series, Alexander Weimann, Music Director of the Seattle Baroque Orchestra, will finally journey from his home in Canada to play the mighty Flentrop organ in a much-anticipated performance twice delayed by the pandemic. Tickets are available at this link. The program is now available here. In-person and livestream ticketing options are available. If you chose to join via livestream, a link to watch will be included in your confirmation, and also emailed out shortly before the event.
MAY 14

The next Garden Ministry Work party on Saturday, May 14! All are welcome to get your hands dirty while enjoying the sunshine and good company. Bring a water bottle and work gloves. Email [email protected] for more information
MAY 15
SERIES BEGINS THIS SUNDAY, MAY 15, 12:30–2 P.M., in Bloedel Hall and via Zoom, registration required

Join Canon Rosario-Cruz for a book study of The Church Cracked Open: Disruption, Decline, and New Hope for the Beloved Community by The Rev. Canon Stephanie Spellers. This book looks in an honest and hopeful way at the history of Christianity and, more importantly, at the life of the Episcopal Church today. Canon Spellers (who presented at Saint Mark's in May of 2019) challenges us with an opportunity to discern our faithfulness toward building the Beloved Community in response to the racial reckoning and the pandemic experience of the past two years. We will meet from 12:30–2 p.m., on four on-consecutive Sundays.

At the first meeting this coming Sunday, May 15, we will discuss chapters 1 and 2. Subsequent meetings will be on May 29 (chapters 3–4), June 5 (chapters 5–6), and June 19 (chapters 7–8 and the conclusion)

MAY 15
20s/30s Pop-Up Questioning Together + Compline

THIS SUNDAY, MAY 15, 7:30 P.M., in Leffler House, Compline at 9:30 in the cathedral nave

20s & 30s are invited to explore a question connected tosurrender with a conversation facilitated by Seyi Akanni. Gather for dessert from 7:30 P.M.-8 P.M. followed by an hour of Questioning Together. For those interested, a group will go to Compline together at 9:30 P.M. Questions? E-mail Seyi:
MAY 17 & 24
TUESDAYS: MAY 17 & 24, 7 P.M., (following in-person Evening Prayer) in the cathedral nave

The practice of Centering Prayer at the cathedral was suspended indefinitely during the pandemic, but on four Tuesday evenings in May we will gather for an hour in the nave at 7 p.m. Each session we will sit together in silence for 20 minutes, followed by discussion.

Read more here. These sessions will be led by Phil Fox Rose, who was introduced to centering prayer by Cynthia Bourgeault in the early 90s and has been practicing and sharing it ever since. Email Phil with questions: [email protected]
MAY 18
Spiritual Practices as Balm for the Soul: A Forum with The Rev. Dr. Hillary Raining

WEDNESDAY, MAY 18, 6:45–8:15 P.M., online via Zoom only

We are living in a moment of great cultural and spiritual change. At times it can feel like there are countless factors working against us to add stress to our lives. Yet, in our spiritual traditions we have a great wellspring of practices that can ground us in the Holy Sprit if we turn to them. In this presentation, The Rev. Dr. Hillary Raining, Saint Mark’s 2022 Theologian in Residence, will invite us to explore some of these practices—new and old—that can bring wisdom and joy to our souls. In preparation for this event, participants are invited to read this article by Willigis Jäger from his classic work, “Search for the Meaning of Life.” Register here. Contact Canon Daugherty at [email protected] with any questions.
MAY 20
PANEL/COMMUNITY DISCUSSION IMMEDIATELY AFTER, 7:45 P.M., via Zoom, registration required

Meaningful Movies Offered by The Episcopal Church in Western Washington and St. Timothy Episcopal Church, Chehalis, are proud to offer an online screening of the important and timely documentary Transhood. Filmed over five years in Kansas City, Transhood chronicles the lives of four young people (aged 4, 7, 12, and 15 at the start of filming) and their families as they navigate growing up transgender in America’s heartland. This film will be screened online at 6 p.m. on Friday May 20, and the panel discussion that follows will feature The Rev. Canon Carla Robinson, a priest in the Diocese of Olympia well known to the cathedral community, along with Sharon Liese (the Director/Producer of the film), Debi Jackson (one of the parents profiled in the film), and Katrina Wulff (co-founder of Rural Youth Alliance of Lewis County). Learn more and find the link to register here.

MAY 21
Our Blue Planet: Global Visions of WaterGroup Viewing

SATURDAY, MAY 21, 10 A.M. TO NOON, Seattle Art Museum

Come explore the vast connections of water in the context of artwork at a new exhibit at the Seattle Art Museum. A group from Saint Mark's is planning to attend on Saturday, May 21 at 10 a.m. and then discuss the art afterward at SAM's cafe, MARKET.

Interested in meeting up? Email Wayne Duncan: [email protected]
or Emily Meeks: [email protected]
Starting Over in Prayer with Fr. Martin Smith

WEDNESDAY: JUNE 1, 9:30 A.M. to 2:30 P.M., Bloedel Hall and online via Zoom

These difficult Covid years have left many of us in need of a “reboot” in our prayer. Join us for a time of reflection, prayer, and discussion, about being emotionally honest with God just now, and open again to more real intimacy with God.

Fr. Martin L. Smith is well known throughout the Episcopal Church and beyond for his roving ministry of spiritual formation in retreats and workshops, and as the author of widely read books exploring contemporary spirituality, including The Word is Very Near You, A Season for the Spirit, Reconciliation, Compass and Stars, and Love Set Free. He is based in Washington DC.

This workshop is free, but registration is required: click here to register.
Saint Mark's Seeks Applicants for Director of the Seattle Service Corps/Collaborator for Cathedral Spiritual Formation Ministries

A message was recently emailed to the parish announcing that staff member Adam Conley would be departing to attend seminary, on the path to being ordained a priest. Saint Mark's is now seeking candidates for a full-time position encompassing the role of Service Corps Director as well as responsibilities for formation programming.

This staff member will administer the Seattle Service Corps program, fostering the spiritual and professional development of a cohort of young adult service interns living in intentional community on the cathedral campus, as well as coordinating and supporting the cathedral’s comprehensive spiritual formation in collaboration with the Dean and Canons.

Please see a complete position description, other details, and instructions of how to apply at, and share this information with anyone you think may be interested.
Welcoming New Archivists to the Cathedral and to the Diocese

The cathedral extends a warm welcome to our archives intern for the spring quarter, Eve Kausch, and to the new Diocesan Archivist, Erik Bauer. Together they are taking up the formidable task of organizing over a century’s worth of files documenting the cathedral’s history. 
Eve Kausch is a graduate student in the Master of Library and Information Science program at the University of Washington. They are primarily interested in working in archives, especially those which engage with ideas of social justice and identity. Prior to moving to Seattle, Eve lived in New York, where they studied Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at Barnard College and worked at the Barnard Center for Research on Women. They grew up in the Episcopal Church and are enjoying learning about the history of Saint Mark's through the archives.

Erik Bauer is the new diocesan archivist for the Diocese of Olympia, replacing retiring archivist Diane Wells. We are lucky that he will be working in the archives at Saint Mark’s one day every week, usually on Fridays. He is originally from the Chicago area, and lifelong White Sox fan. He completed a Bachelor of Special Studies in history and English from Cornell College in Mt. Vernon, Iowa. He moved with his wife and two cats to Salem, Massachusetts in 2010, where Erik would earn his MA in History from Salem State University and he and his wife would have a son. While living in Massachusetts, Erik was the archivist at the Peabody Institute Library in Peabody and archives manager at the Haverhill Public Library. During the pandemic Erik earned his Master of Library and Information Science (MLIS) from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Erik and his family moved to the Pacific Northwest and settled in Port Orchard in 2020.

The Cathedral Archives were established in 2020 thanks to a generous gift by The Rev. Canon Pat Taylor, given to the glory of God and in memory of her husband, Dr. Jim Taylor. Learn more about the archives here.
Organ by Night after Compline this Sunday

THIS SUNDAY, MAY 15 (and the third Sunday of each month), 10 P.M., cathedral nave

Canon Kleinschmidt will offer this month’s Organ by Night music following Compline this Sunday, May 15. He will play two brief pieces by Jehan Alain, whose lost his life at age 29 while serving in the French army in WWII, along with Maurice Duruflé's Prelude & Fugue on the name of Alain—a gorgeous musical tribute to his fallen colleague and compatriot. On every third Sunday of the month, organists offer 20 minutes of music on the mighty Flentrop organ, and encourage listeners to join them in the gallery to see and hear the organ and organist up close. They are also happy to answer questions about the music and the organ itself. 
Cathedral Choir School Open House

THIS WEDNESDAY, MAY 18, 3:30-8:30 P.M., cathedral nave

Your child can see what it means to be a cathedral chorister by coming to the Choir School Open House in preparation for Fall 2022 enrollment. Open house is this coming Wednesday; start times vary by age:

  • Jr. Choristers (5 yrs2nd grade in Fall '22) - 3:304:15 p.m.
  • Sr. Choristers (3rd8th grade in Fall '22) - 4:305:15 p.m.
  • High School Schola (9th12th grade in Fall '22) - 7:308:30 p.m.

Please share this information with anyone you know who might be interested! The Choir School is open to all children regardless of religious background or affiliation. For more information, visit

Choir Camp 2022: Registration Now Open
JULY 11–15, with Sunday morning participation on July 17

Choir Camp is a week-long experience of learning, singing, and a lot of fun. Examples of camp activities include: joyful singing of glorious music; training in musicianship, theory, and ear-training; coaching in vocal production; special guests; field trips & outdoor activities; organ demonstration & piano/organ lessons; daily sung Morning Prayer; a closing Evensong service; and Sunday morning Eucharist in the Cathedral.

Junior Chorister Camp (for rising kindergarteners through rising 2nd graders) is offered on July 11–15, 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Senior Chorister Camp (for rising 3rd graders through rising 8th graders) meets on the same dates, but lasts from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. More details, including tuition, and the links to register may be found at:
Choir of Gustavus Adolphus College from Minnesota to Perform in the Cathedral Nave

MONDAY, MAY 23, 8 P.M., in the cathedral nave. Free (donations accepted)

The Gustavus Choir, conducted by Dr. Brandon Dean is thrilled to present a concert at Saint Mark's Episcopal Cathedral on Monday, May 23 at 8 p.m. Established in 1932, the nationally renowned Gustavus Choir is the flagship choir in an active and highly integrated choral program that is comprised of nearly 300 students. Members of the choir are selected by audition and represent a broad spectrum of academic and life interests. The choir maintains an extensive annual touring schedule throughout the United States and travels abroad every four years. The Gustavus Choir is frequently invited to perform at professional conferences and performed for the King and Queen of Sweden in 2012. This year the choir will tour along the west coast over a nine day period, starting in Seattle and ending in Los Angeles.
Ascension Day Evensong with the Vergers' Guild of the Diocese of Olympia

THURSDAY, MAY 26, 5:30 P.M., at Epiphany Parish, 1805 38th Ave, Seattle

Please join the Vergers of the Diocese of Olympia for an Ascension Day Evensong at Epiphany Parish in the Madrona neighborhood of Seattle. The new Vergers Guild of the Diocese of Olympia will be recognized during the service. This will be the first ever in-person gathering of the diocesan guild, and they are inviting everyone to join them in celebration. The service will also be livestreamed on the Epiphany Parish YouTube channel:
Coast Salish Art by Peter Boome

ON EXHIBIT THROUGH JUNE 5 in the cathedral nave

The Visual Arts Ministry and the Creation Care Ministry are co-sponsors of this exhibition of paintings and prints by Coast Salish artist Peter Boome, in the cathedral nave from now until June 5. Works on display include new works created especially for this exhibition, a template for a mural on the Seattle waterfront displayed here publicly for the first time, large-scale works on canvas, and smaller prints and paintings. Works are available to be purchased from the artist. Video of the April 24 forum with the artist in Bloedel Hall provides crucial context for understanding the art, and may be watched on this page. That page also includes more information and additional links, including two video interviews: one from the National Museum of the American Indian, and the other (which includes a studio tour) from the Washington State Historical Society
LAST CHANCE: Calling Class of 2022 Graduates!

We will recognize and bless high school, college, and other post-secondary program graduates on Sunday, May 22nd during the 9 and 11 a.m. services. If you or someone you know is graduating this summer and would like to be recognized, please send their names, graduation information, and preferred Sunday service to Rebekah Gilmore, [email protected] by 5 p.m. on Monday, May 16.
Men’s Retreat: In Returning and Rest We Shall Be Renewed 

FRIDAY EVENING THROUGH SUNDAY NOON, JUNE 10–12, at St. Andrew’s House Retreat Center on beautiful Hood Canal. Facilitated Dean Steve Thomason. Registration required.

Capacity is limited to 25just a few spots remain!

This weekend retreat is designed to create the space for quiet reflection, time away from the burdens of daily life, spacious time in nature, conversations with other men of faith, and worship. It will be a time of spiritual reflection and renewal. Dean Thomason will facilitate the weekend, drawing on wisdom set forth by Fr. Richard Rohr and others. Men of all ages are welcome. Learn more about the weekend, including fees, here.
The Alaska Suite Concert, Benefitting Green Buildings Now

THIS SUNDAY, MAY 15, 3 P.M., Seattle First Baptist Church, tickets $20$40 

The Alaska Suite engages the power of artistic expression—live music, spoken words, images and poetry—to connect audiences deeply and emotionally to the scientific realities of climate change. Learn more and see a preview here. All proceeds benefit Green Buildings Now, a Seattle-based coalition promoting social justice and climate resilience by working with frontline community leaders to remove fossil fuels from buildings in a just way. The Saint Mark's Creation Care Ministry encourages cathedral community members to attend this event, as they discuss partnering with Green Buildings Now in the months/years ahead.  Click here for tickets and more information.
Organ Recital at St Dunstan's, Shoreline

THIS SUNDAY, MAY 22, 3 P.M., at St. Dunstan's Episcopal Church, 722 N 145th St., Shoreline

Susanna Valleau, Music Director of St. Dunstan's Church (and one of the organists of the memorable 2021 All-Bach concert on the Flentrop at Saint Mark's), will present an hour of music that explores the many colors and expressions of the newly installed Ortloff Organ. The varied program features music by Women and African American composers—composers whose voices have been traditionally overlooked in the classical music canon. Come immerse yourself in a serene and welcoming setting, where you can feel the organ's vibrations through your body as you look through the windows to old growth evergreens. This concert is appropriate for music lovers of all ages. Donations welcome! Masks required for all in attendance.

A memorial for Seattle activist and leader Scott Morrow (see above) will be held outdoors on the cathedral grounds

The Funeral of Fred Pneumanwho worked with the Episcopal Diocese of Olympia in several roles and has many connections to the cathedral communitywill be held at St. Thomas Episcopal Church, Medina (8398 NE 12th St, Medina)
SUNDAY, MAY 15, at 2 P.M.
Sunday, May 15, 2022
The Fifth Sunday of Easter

Download the service leaflets in advance here.
Join the 11 a.m. service via livestream here.

Read the Scriptures appointed for this Sunday here.

Acts 11:1–18
Psalm 148
Revelation 21:1–6
John 13:31–35
Thomsen Chapel; in-person only
Presider: The Rev. Edie Weller
Preacher: The Rev. Linzi Stahlecker

Come, my Way, my Truth, my Life [Hymn #487]
O holy city, seen of John [Hymn #583]

François Couperin, Chromhorne sur la Taille from Mass for the Convents
J.S. Bach, Erstanden ist der heil’ge Christ, BWV 628
in-person only
Presider: The Rev. Canon Eliacín Rosario-Cruz
Preacher: The Rev. Linzi Stahlecker

Come, my Way, my Truth, my Life [Hymn #487]
When Christ was lifted from the earth [Hymn #603]
O holy city, seen of John [Hymn #583]

Peter Nardone, I give to you a new commandment

Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, Arietta
Jehan Alain, Litanies 
in-person & livestreamed
Presider: The Rev. Canon Eliacín Rosario-Cruz
Preacher: The Rev. Linzi Stahlecker

God is love, let heaven adore him [Hymn #379 ]
When Christ was lifted from the earth [Hymn #603]
O praise ye the Lord [Hymn #432]

attr. Thomas Este, Where charity and love prevail
Ola Gjeilo, Ubi Caritas

Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, Arietta
Jehan Alain, Litanies 
Presider: The Rev. Edie Weller

Musician: TBA
Now open to in-person attendance. Broadcast live on KING 98.1 FM, and; livestreamed on and Facebook and YouTube; and available as a podcast. Learn more here.

Peter Hallock, Psalm 148
Thomas Tallis, Nunc dimittis Mode VI
Kevin Siegfried, Jesu dulcis memoria
Liturgy and repertoire information subject to change.
FIRST SUNDAY OF THE MONTH, following the 11 a.m. service (meet in the back of the nave). Next offering: JUNE 5

On the first Sunday of each month, a special coffee hour is offered especially for newcomers, guests, or anyone who has questions about the cathedral community and liturgies. At this time, newcomers' coffee is offered in-person only, the Zoom gathering has been suspended. Gather in the back of the nave immediately following the 11 a.m. Sunday service. Email [email protected] if you cannot attend in person, or with any other questions.
Each week, those for whom the community has been asked to pray are published each Friday afternoon in the Cathedral Prayer List, found as a PDF at

On that same page, find information about joining the cathedral's Prayer Chain, to receive emails about individual prayer requests as they are submitted.

UPDATE: The prayer list is now also available in printed form in the back of the nave.
Saint Mark’s Cathedral acknowledges that we gather on the traditional land of the first people of Seattle, the Duwamish People, who are still here, and we honor with gratitude the land itself and the life of the Duwamish Tribe. [Learn more]
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