Sunday, September 11, 2022:
The Fourteenth Sunday after Pentecost (& "Homecoming Sunday")
8 a.m. • The Holy Eucharist
in person in Thomsen Chapel

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

Ministry fair in the cathedral nave following the 9 and 11 a.m.

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
Photos from the 2021 Ministry Fair by Kevin Johnson.

With a backpack blessing for students of all ages

Explore the breadth of activities in this community

Meetings resume September 13

Gratitude for a decade of Steve and Kathy Thomason's Ministry at Saint Mark's

A new video introduction with Wayne Duncan

Tent City 3 departs the Saint Mark's property on September 9
Community Picnic with Blessing of Backpacks and Lunchbox Dessert Dash


All are welcome to a back-to-school gathering on Friday evening, September 9—to reconnect in person, have some fun together, and celebrate the amazing kids of our community. Bring a blanket and your own picnic dinner. The cathedral will provide fresh fruit, chips, and water/lemonade for everyone along with a variety of fun activities. There will also be a Lunchbox Dessert Dash (featuring cookies, cupcakes, brownies, and bars) to benefit the Seattle Service Corps and the youth of Saint Mark's. Bring your backpacks, bookbags, and briefcases to receive a blessing! Contact Canon Barrie with questions.
Evensong Choir to Sing for Homecoming Sunday at 9 and 11 a.m.

THIS SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, at the 9 and 11 a.m. liturgies

Typically "Homecoming Sunday" at Saint Mark's would feature the return of the Cathedral Choir and Saint Mark's Singers after their summer hiatus. However, the kids, youth, and adults of Saint Mark's Evensong Choir have recently returned from their two-week pilgrimage to Bristol and Chichester cathedrals in the U.K., during which they sang liturgies almost every day. For Homecoming Sunday this year, the choir is excited to present some of the pilgrimage repertoire to the Saint Mark's community at both 9 and 11 a.m. Musical offerings will including Anglican Chant, a canticle by Philip Stopford, Alice Parker's arrangement of Duke Ellington's "Come Sunday," and a beloved anthem by Saint Mark's own Peter Hallock (Director of Music here from 1951 to 1991).
Ministry Fair this Sunday!

THIS SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 11,  in the cathedral nave after the 9 and 11 a.m. services

This year's Ministry Fair will take place in the cathedral nave following both the 9 and 11 a.m. services this Sunday. Learn about the many opportunities to grow in faith, enjoy each other, and serve our community. Bring your curiosity and learn about an aspect of cathedral life that is unfamiliar to you! Perhaps you are being called to engage in a new way? The ministry leaders and volunteers of Saint Mark's are passionate about what they do and are eager to share that passion with you.
Last Few Days to Register to Attend the Workshop with Dr. Mary Crist: Exploring Indigenous Theology

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 9:30 A.M.–12:30 P.M.

Join in-person in Bloedel Hall or via Zoom, registration required for either. The event is free, co-sponsored by Saint Mark’s Cathedral and the Office of the Bishop of the Diocese of Olympia.
There’s been a great response to this invitation, and all are welcome. Dr. Crist serves on the Presiding Bishop’s staff as the Coordinator of Indigenous Theological Education. She is enrolled Blackfeet and is an Episcopal priest. She will preach on Sunday, September 18 at 9 and 11 a.m. as well. All Saint Mark’s members are encouraged to register and attend this important workshop. Click here for more information.
Tuesday Bible Study Now Hybrid

EVERY TUESDAY, STARTING SEPTEMBER 13, 11:30 A.M.–1:30 P.M., in person in Leffler House OR online via Zoom

Tuesday Bible Study resumes after its recent hiatus, now with an in-person option in Leffler Living Room. This group provides a weekly conversation around the scripture readings for the following Sunday. Each week a discussion is facilitated by rotating guest leaders, and lively conversation ensues as people share their thoughts about the lessons. The group meets from 11:30 a.m.–12 p.m. for social time and 12–1:30 p.m. for study and prayer over the lectionary, led by a rotating member of the cathedral staff and clergy. Contact Lynne Cobb for more information and to get the Zoom link to join online: [email protected]
Conversations about Gratitude:
Week 3—Daily Practice

The Saint Mark’s Stewardship Committee continues its five-part Gratitude Conversations with a question from community member Greg Simon:

"In my day job, I reply to a lot of emails—200 or more most weeks. I’ve noticed that nearly every one of my responses begins with “Thanks.” And I really do mean that. Setting aside all of the marketing spam, the messages I respond to really do deserve my gratitude. Often, someone is telling me something that I need or want to know. Or someone is telling me they’ve finished doing something that I asked for or just hoped for. 

"I did have the thought that I could just automate the first word of every email response. It would be simple to have every reply start with “Thanks.” In my email software, that’s under “Options>Mail>Replies and Forwards>Preface Comments With”. Starting every reply with an automated “Thanks” would look exactly the same to the person receiving my message. But it wouldn’t be the same for me. And gratitude really isn’t a transaction. While it is important for people I correspond with to feel thanked, it’s much more important for me to feel thankful. 

"So I still type out those letters T-H-A-N-K-S every time. Those six keystrokes add a few seconds for me to feel gratitude and consider what I’m grateful for. I hope my gratitude will grow to be ever-presentbut never automatic."

What things do you do every day to cultivate gratitude? How do you make gratitude ever-present but not automatic?

Please offer a response of any length in the comments at the bottom of this page, or send an email to [email protected]. (Note that the first time you leave a comment, it will be held in moderation before appearing.) Thank you for participating in this ongoing conversation.
The Episcopal Church Presents:
Concert for the Human Family

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 7:30 P.M., cathedral nave. Reserve tickets here ($20–35). Co-sponsored by Abbey Arts and Saint Mark's Cathedral.

“What movement could begin, what conversation could take the stage, if everything else got out of the way? This Concert for the Human Family event is an inspiring collaborative between award-winning musicians and church leaders who believe in the power of music and storytelling to foster Beloved Community. Experience genre-bending original music that bridges jazz, hip-hop and bluegrass, performed by a multicultural team led by Nashville pianist and composer Kory Caudill and hip-hop artist Wordsmith. All woven with sacred stories to launch conversation around reconciliation, healing and justice in the communities we call home. It’s the power of music, for the sake of love.”

Learn more here, including a series of interesting Behind the Scenes videos. Reserve tickets here, and view a brief trailer below:
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1:30 P.M., via Zoom only

The Worship & Prayer Committee, one of Saint Mark's Mutual Ministry Goal subcommittees, will meet on Sunday, September 11, at 1:30 p.m. via Zoom. All who are interested in liturgy and prayer practices at the cathedral are encouraged to attend. This committee meets a few times a year, inviting clergy and members of the cathedral community to gather and reflect on the worship and prayer life at Saint Mark's. If you would like to attend, please email Cathedral Sacristan Michael Seewer ([email protected]) for the Zoom link, as well as the materials we will use during the discussion so that you can fully participate.
OPENING PLENARY: SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 6:30–8 P.M., in person in Bloedel Hall or online via Zoom.

This fall, the theme for Radix 8, Creation, Community, and Connection, will draw from scriptures that invite us to consider how creation itself may inform our relationship to God and each other. Learn more about participating in Radix Project small group below.

All are welcome and encouraged to join the opening plenary presentation with Dean Thomason and the Radix Project team on Sunday evening, whether or not you plan to participate in the small groups. (Zoom registration details for the plenary will posted here as soon as they are available.)


No matter where you are on your journey, consider attending this series, facilitated by clergy, where we will explore together the basics of the Christian faith through the Episcopal lens. Whether you are new to Saint Mark’s, or just interested in sharing and learning, you are welcome. Learn more about the class here, and please contact Emily Meeks ([email protected]) with questions. Register here.


Saint Mark's Book Group is reading My Old Kentucky Home: The Astonishing Life and Reckoning of an Iconic American Song (2022) Emily Bingham. From its enormous success in 1853, Bingham traces this song about a slave being sold downriver to a cruel future to its transformation into a celebration of happy plantation life. The reception and interpretation reveals a nation's disconnect between history and warped illusion. Read more here.

NOTE: Due to the Ministry Fair, the group has moved its event to one week later to the THIRD Sunday for September only. Contact Pearl McElheran with questions at [email protected]
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 5–8 P.M., at Nurturing Roots Farm on Beacon Hill

The 20s/30s group of Saint Mark's will gather around the table at Nurturing Roots for an evening of conversation, food and liturgy with other young adults. Located in Beacon Hill, Nurturing Roots is an urban farm committed to community, self-sufficiency, food empowerment, social justice and education.

Tickets are $10 and 100% of sales go to Nurturing Roots. Register at this link. For questions or more information, email Emily: [email protected]
SEPT. 21 & 28
Becoming and Belonging: Embodied Spirituality in the Age of Artificial Intelligence

TWO WEDNESDAYS: SEPTEMBER 21 & 28, 6:45–8:15 P.M., in person in Bloedel Hall and online via Zoom. Optional community dinner at 6 p.m. (Child/$6, Adult/$8, Family max/$25).

The 2022–23 season of offerings from The Wisdom School at Saint Mark's kicks off with this timely presentation from Dean Steve Thomason.

Drawing on the evolutionary theology of Teilhard de Chardin and the ground-breaking postulations by Ilia Delio, we will explore what embodied spirituality means in a post-human world where climate change, artificial intelligence, and modern medicine converge to create an altered dynamic in which humans exist and evolve. What is the role of spirituality in this increasingly complex and complicated world?

Program is free; register here for Zoom link; no need to register for in-person attendance.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 4 P.M., hosted by Rachel and Russ Crosbie in West Seattle

Each month from May to October, Saint Mark's parishioners are taking turns hosting a simple Neighborhood Eucharist in a backyard or park on a late Saturday afternoon. August's gathering will be hosted by Rachel and Russ Crosbie in West Seattle.

RSVP by emailing Canon Barrie: [email protected]

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, in the cathedral nave. Start time varies by ministry—see below.

All current and aspiring liturgical ministers are invited to attend this training led by Dean Thomason and Cathedral Sacristan Michael Seewer, and active liturgical ministers are asked to attend one of these trainings at least once every 3 years. Please register to attend using this form. The training will be divided into three sessions:

9 a.m. SESSION 1: For acolytes, lectors, ushers, and greeters.

10 a.m. SESSION 2: Plenary for everyone, facilitated by Dean Thomason.

11 a.m. SESSION 3: For Eucharistic ministers, Eucharistic visitors, Altar Guild, and vergers.

Make a note of the correct start time for your particular ministry. Please email Cathedral Sacristan Michael Seewer with questions: [email protected]
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1–4 P.M., in person in Bloedel Hall or online via Zoom. Free, but registration required for either option.

The Mideast Focus Ministry of Saint Mark's Cathedral, the Bishop’s Committee for Justice & Peace in the Holy Land, and Kairos Puget Sound Coalition present this symposium, which brings together prominent voices from different religious backgrounds to ask where the struggle to achieve justice and peace in Israel-Palestine goes from here.

Participants will include Rev. Naim Ateek (Founder, Sabeel Ecumenical Liberation Theology Center),
Jonathan Kuttab, (Executive Director, Friends of Sabeel North America), Mark Braverman, Ph.D. (Executive Director, Kairos U.S.A.), Ranna Harb (Co-Founder, Falastiniyat Palestinian diaspora collective), and more.

Register to participate, either in person or online, using this form.
Celebrating 10 Years of Steve and Kathy Thomason's Ministry at Saint Mark's

Senior Warden Emily Meeks writes: "On Sunday, September 4, the wardens made a surprise announcement on behalf of the vestry recognizing an important milestone in the life of our parish and cathedral community. Dean Steve and Kathy Thomason's first Sunday at Saint Mark's was on September 2, 2012. We are grateful for Steve's 10 years as our dean and for their shared ministry among us. Canon Daugherty shared a prayer and blessing (see photo) and vestry members served cake after the service. If you missed it, there is a virtual card available to sign here to share your appreciation for Steve and Kathy."
Gratitude from Steve and Kathy Thomason

Dean Steve Thomason writes: "Dear friends, we are so very grateful for the outpouring of affection and good will as we marked the tenth anniversary of our ministry together. So much has transpired in this first decade of mutual ministry, guided by the Holy Spirit! It is exciting to consider what the future holds for us, as we make our way together. You are a rich blessing in our lives, and we give thanks to God for YOU!"
Liturgical Ministry Spotlight: The Usher Ministry

With a new video introduction

Serving as an usher: : Ushers have the most direct contact with worshipers than any other ministry. They serve many critical roles during Sunday and Special services, ensuring everyone is welcomed. The role includes distributing service leaflets, helping worshipers find seats when needed, collecting and counting offering, and directing worshipers during communion.

Time commitment: Ushers are scheduled with one or two other ushers, and are asked to arrive early enough depending on the type of service. On Sundays, both the 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. liturgies have ushers, and volunteers generally serve once a month at one Sunday morning service.

Requirements or special notes: This role may be for you if you enjoy interacting with others, love to smile and welcome people, and are a friendly and communicative person who is open to guiding people and answering questions. Ushers are often the first point of contact visitors have, and can be on their feet for longer periods of time. This ministry is open to all!

Don't miss this brief video with Wayne Duncan about why he serves as an usher at Saint Mark's.
To learn more:
Finance Committee Seeks New Members 

Do you have experience with finance, budgeting, or accounting? No experience but interested in learning more? The Saint Mark's Cathedral Finance Committee is looking for new members! The committee meets monthly on Zoom to review the Cathedral's spending, budgeting, and investing in a way that supports the church's mutual ministry goals. Training and support available for members with minimal background in finance. To learn more contact Junior Warden for Finance Clara Berg ([email protected]) or Vestry Treasurer Lynne Cobb ([email protected]).
New Children's Worship Bags Debut This Sunday

New purple bags with color-coded tags (pink for toddlers, blue for preschoolers, yellow for elementary ages) filled with items to connect kids to worship are ready for this Sunday, September 11! Pick them up in the narthex and return them there when you leave. Each contains age-appropriate materials such as a clipboard with a children’s lectionary-based bulletin, a finger labyrinth for older children, a lacing lamb for younger ones, and Montessori hand kites with ribbons in liturgical colors for responding to the music.
Sign Up for a Radix Group!


Groups will meet online via Zoom OR in person. Register for a small group here.

The Radix Project is an opportunity to gather in small groups, share their stories, reflect on Holy Scripture and sacred art, and pray for one another with intention. The project was created to provide a way to connect in a setting that fosters trust, so that our relationships with God and one another are strengthened. New groups are formed each time, and each series is just six weeks, so all are encouraged to sign up, particularly if you have not participated in the past. Deadline to register for a small group: Tuesday, September 13.

Read about the opening plenary on Sunday evening, September 18, above. Learn more about Radix groups and see video and materials from previous iterations here. Questions? Email [email protected]
Wednesday Night Community Dinner Resumes This Week

One of the first cathedral offerings to be suspended in March of 2020 was the treasured community supper, offered most Wednesdays for several years as part of the regular Wednesday night suite of offerings. Now at last we are able to gather for this shared meal once again, created by the team led by Chef Marc Aubertin.

Wednesday evening offerings begin with in-person Evening Prayer in Thomsen Chapel at 6 p.m. Dinner is served in Bloedel Hall from 6 to 6:30 p.m. (Health regulations require that food service ends promptly at 6:30.) A faith formation offering or other community activity usually follows at 6:45. For the first dinner, on Wednesday, September 14, there will be no Cathedral Commons offering—they begin one week later with Dean Thomason's presentation on embodied spirituality on September 21 (see bel0w)—but the dinner will have all its usual energy provided by the kids of the Choir School, whose rehearsals are immediately before or after the meal. The cost of the meal, payable in cash at the door or electronically, is now: Child/$6, Adult/$8, Family max/$25.
Regular Tuesday Centering Prayer


Beginning on September 13, Centering Prayer will once again be offered on Tuesday evenings from 78 p.m. in the nave. Each week, following a 20 minute “sit”—time spent in silent prayer—there will be time for teaching, sharing, and conversation. This form of meditative prayer is open to anyone who yearns to simply sit in the presence of the Divine, no prior experience is necessary. (Centering Prayer will occasionally be cancelled due to Taizé services or other conflicts.) Phil Fox Rose will lead many of the sessions; he has been practicing and sharing Centering Prayer for over 30 years. If you have questions about Centering Prayer, please reach out to Phil: [email protected]
Two Important Surveys
The Children and Families Committee has a survey for parents, grandparents, and caregivers about faith formation and community building for kids and their adults. We'd love to learn what you are hoping for! Find the survey here: 

What might be next for those who are moving on from the 20s/30s Group at Saint Mark's? The cathedral leadership is eager to hear what you need and what you'd like. Here's the link:

Meals with Tent City 3—The Final Update of 2022!

Sunday, September 4, 2022 was our final summer dinner for our friends in Tent City 3! Our cooks and volunteers made a wonderful final dinner, and we thank Emily Meeks, Stuart Meeks, Kristen Kelly, Lynne Cobb, Connor Harrison, Scott Hulet, Mandi Mogg, Maris Olsen, and Deborah Person. Our great menu included home-made chicken pot pies, rice, salad, cake and ice cream.

This marked the conclusion of this summer’s meals with Tent City, and we thank all of our friends and supporters. Our twelve dinners seemed to go by quickly, but with many blessings for all. I am grateful for your passion and commitment. We broke some new ground with our neighbors and strengthened our own bonds of fellowship and community. Thank you all!

As Dale Evans and Roy Rogers sang in the 1950’s, “Happy Trails to you... until we meet again.”

—Chris Rigos, Maris Olsen, Deborah Person
Check out reports and photos from previous weeks here.

If you participated in any of the meals, don't forget the Volunteer Appreciation Dinner this Sunday evening!

NOTE: We are now making plans for meals with our “oldest" partner, The Saint Martin de Porres shelter, starting September 18. Additional opportunities to serve at Teen Feed, the Capitol Hill Community Lunch, and other opportunities will be announced as they develop. Contact Chris Rigos to get involved: [email protected]
Volunteer Needed for the Cathedral Reception Desk

The Saint Mark's Front office needs volunteer receptionists to cover Friday mornings, Friday afternoons, and intermittently for vacations. We are looking for a friendly face to answer the phone, let visitors in through the office doors, and to help with occasional office duties. This is a critical role at the cathedral—often the first face visitors to Saint Mark's see—and it can also be a lot of fun. If interested, please contact Kathy Wickward at 206.323.0300 x 203, or [email protected]
New Pastor Installation at Central Lutheran Church

FRIDAY, SEPTMEBER 16, 7 P.M., at Central Lutheran Church, near Cal Anderson Park

Join a gathering of people from Saint Mark's at Central Lutheran Church (1700 11th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122) as our neighbors on Capitol Hill install the Rev. Paul Eldred as their pastor. Rev. Paul has been a friend and visitor of Saint Mark's, and attending this installation is a wonderful way to build an ecumenical connection with our Lutheran siblings. The service will be officiated by Rev. Shelley Bryan Wee, Bishop of the Northwest Washington Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. )Bishop Wee was installed as bishop at a service Saint Mark's in November 2019.) A light reception will follow the event. If you're interested in additional fellowship time with the Saint Mark's gathering, please contact Michael Seewer or Michael Perera.
Imagining a Jungian Wisdom School for the 21st Century


The Jung Society of Seattle presents this series of Friday lectures (7 p.m.–9 p.m.), followed by Saturday workshops (1 p.m.–4 p.m.) on Zoom, exploring a Jungian Wisdom School of the Heart for mending the Soul of the World in these troubled times. The lecture/workshop on October 21 and 22, titled The Ground of Mystery, will be led by Saint Mark's member Elizabeth Clark-Stern, and will include wisdom, stories, and meditations of Celtic Spirituality, including reflections from the Saint Mark's Celtic pilgrimage this summer. Liberal Arts professor Randy Morris and Jungian analyst Terry Gibson start the series with The Portal of Mystery on September 23 and 24, exploring our current liminal state of being and the history of wisdom schools applied to our world today. Latina scholar Leticia Nieto concludes the series with The Enactment of Mystery on November 18 and 19, offering the wisdom of community activism and collective healing. The series provides CEUs for professional counselors and psychotherapists. Learn more and register for the whole series, or individual sessions at: 
En Camino—A Gala Evening Benefitting Casa Latina

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 7:30 P.M., The Westin Seattle. Purchase tickets here.

Anyone ready to Gala? Saint Mark's has had a longstanding relationship with Casa Latina, and their annual Gala is always a festive affair. After two years of virtual galas, the event returns as an in-person party this year! The event will feature dining, dancing, and conversation, including a keynote by president of the National Domestic Workers Alliance, Ai-jen Poo. Music will be provided by Latino Twist. Lean more and reserve tickets here. If you are planning on attending, of if you would like to join other Saint Mark's folks at the gala, contact Deacon Emily at [email protected]

The funeral of Margaret Gaines will be offered

The funeral of Sue Yunker-Jones will be offered

The funeral of J.J. Henke will be offered
Sunday, September 11, 2022:
The Fourteenth Sunday after Pentecost
"Homecoming Sunday"

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

Read the Scriptures appointed for this Sunday here.

Jeremiah 4:11–12, 22–28
Psalm 14
1 Timothy 1:12–17
Luke 15:1–10
Thomsen Chapel; in-person only
Presider & Preacher: The Very Rev. Steven L. Thomason

Praise, my soul, the King of heaven [Hymn #410]
The King of Love my shepherd is [Hymn #655]

in-person only
Presider:  The Rev. Canon Jennifer King Daugherty
Preacher:  The Very Rev. Steven L. Thomason

Praise, my soul, the King of heaven [Hymn #410]
The King of Love my shepherd is [Hymn #655]
O for a closer walk with God [Hymn #684]

Peter Hallock, The Lord is my Light
Philip Stopford, Magnificat from The Belfast Canticles
“Duke” Ellington, arr. Alice Parker, Come Sunday

Bach/Vivaldi, Allegro from Concerto in A, BWV 593
Rachel Laurin, Carillon-Toccata from Sonata No. 1 for Organ, Op. 91
in-person & livestreamed
Presider:  The Rev. Canon Eliacín Rosario-Cruz
Preacher:  The Very Rev. Steven L. Thomason

Praise, my soul, the King of heaven [Hymn #410]
The King of Love my shepherd is [Hymn #655]
O for a closer walk with God [Hymn #684]

Peter Hallock, The Lord is my Light
Philip Stopford, Magnificat from The Belfast Canticles
“Duke” Ellington, arr. Alice Parker, Come Sunday

Bach/Vivaldi, Allegro from Concerto in A, BWV 593
Rachel Laurin, Carillon-Toccata from Sonata No. 1 for Organ, Op. 91
Presider: The Rev. Canon Jennifer King Daugherty

Musician: Charles Coldwell
A beloved Seattle tradition since 1956. Broadcast live on KING 98.1 FM, and; livestreamed on and Facebook and YouTube; and available as a podcast. Learn more here.

[Repertoire chosen in honor of Queen Elizabeth II]
William H. Harris, Holy is the true light
H. Walford Davies, Psalm 121
Gustav Holst, I vow to thee my country
Charles Wood, Nunc dimittis
Sir Charles Villiers Stanford, Beati quorum via
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: OCTOBER 2

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. Please spread the word to anyone you know who may be interested!
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.

The prayer list is now also available in printed form in the back of the nave.
Weekday Prayer Services

Daily Evening Prayer meets in person at 6 p.m. in Thomsen Chapel on Wednesday only, and is offered online via zoom at 6 p.m. on Monday–Tuesday and Thursday–Friday.

Morning Prayer is offered on Wednesday mornings at 8:30 a.m. This service will be hybridin person in Leffler House AND online via Zoomon the first Wednesday of the month only, Sept–Dec. 2022. Next in-person service: OCTOBER 5. The service remains Zoom-only on other Wednesdays.

Thursday Morning: At 7 a.m. on on the first and third Thursdays of the month only, a service of Holy Eucharist is offered in person in Thomsen Chapel. On the second, fourth, and fifth Thursdays of the month, an online-only prayer service is offered at 7 a.m. instead.
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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