Introduction to Sunday’s Hymns: August 9, 2020

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On Thursday, August 6, Associate Organist John Stuntebeck introduced the hymns that will be sung at the 11 a.m. morning liturgy on August 9, 2020, the Tenth Sunday after Pentecost. This introduction was presented live on Facebook.

The hymns discussed are:

  • All people that on earth do dwell [Hymn #377];
  • Surely it is God who saves me [Hymn #679];
  • Precious Lord, Take My Hand [Wonder Love & Praise #800]

Please note: Joyce Ramée is a faculty member at The University of Puget Sound. Apologies for the temporary amnesia in the video.

Join us in the future on Thursdays at 4 p.m. for another live hymn chat! Just visit the cathedral's public Facebook page at the time of the broadcast—if you "follow" the cathedral on Facebook, you should receive a notification when we're live.

2 Responses

  1. Mary Henderson
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    I was so looking forward to the Introduction to the hymns this week, but I have not been able to watch it. I keep clicking on the arrow in the center circle and the video won’t play. I have been able to play the video each week until now but can’t get it to work today. Has something happened that makes access different today? When I clicked on FOLLOW it appeared I had to have a Facebook account to see the Video. Is this necessary? I don’t have a Facebook account and don’t want to establish one. Please let me know how I can participate in this cathedral activity without
    facebook, Twitter or any other such system.

    Thanks a lot, Molly

    • Saint Mark's Cathedral

      Oh no Molly I’m so sorry! Not sure what is different this week… You definitely should NOT need a Facebook account (or be “following”) to watch the video. Have you tried refreshing the page a few times and then trying again? If that doesn’t work, try clicking on this link and seeing if that works better…

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