Introducing: Taizé Prayer at Saint Mark’s

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TUESDAY, APRIL 5, 7 P.M., in the cathedral nave and livestreamed 

Experience a new worship offering at Saint Mark’s: Taizé Prayer, on Tuesday, April 5 at 7 p.m. in the nave, lasting approximately 45 minutes. Four members of the Saint Mark’s community have been collaborating for the last 6 months in planning this service, and are delighted to add Taizé Prayer to the cathedral's worship life. The service on April 5 will be a one-time offering, so if you are interested in Taizé Prayer, please consider joining us in person or via live-stream to show your support. (We will discern whether to have future Taizé Prayer services based on the interest for this initial service on April 5.)

What exactly is Taizé Prayer? It is named after small village in eastern France which, for over 50 years, has been the home of an ecumenical Christian monastic community. Members of the Taizé community belong to several different Christian denominations. Catholics, Anglicans, Protestants, Orthodox and others live and pray together, share a simple life and welcome thousands of visitors who come to spend time with them every year from all over the world.

Taizé Prayer services have a strong meditative quality and are comprised of silence and song, candlelight and stillness, prayer and contemplation. The singing at Saint Mark’s service will be led by four members of the Evensong Choir, and all are invited to join in as you feel moved. We invite all who attend this service, either online or in person, to stop, pray with song and silence, and listen to the “still, small voice” within. The mind calms and the soul opens up. God speaks and the heart hears.

If you have any questions, please contact Cathedral Sacristan Michael Seewer (mseewer@saintmarks.org).


UPDATE: A complete video is available below. The service leaflet may be seen here.

The service was extremely well-received, and the text Taizé services will be offered on:

  • Tuesday, June 7, 7 p.m.
  • Tuesday, September 6, 7 p.m. (Note change from earlier announcement)
  • Tuesday, November 8, 7 p.m.

Compline on the Fourth Sunday in Lent, 2022

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Compline on the Fourth Sunday in Lent | March 27, 2022, 9:30 p.m.

Order of Service in Lent   |  Each week's repertoire is posted here

complineunderground.wordpress.com/2022/03/27/compline-2022-the-fourth-sunday-in-lent/

March 27, 2022 • The Fourth Sunday in Lent: LAETARE

ORISON: Laetare Jerusalem – Plainsong, Mode V

PSALM 32 – Peter R. Hallock (1924-2014)

HYMN 152: Kind Maker of the world (Tune: A LA VENUE DE NOËL) – mel. from Fleurs des noels, 1535

NUNC DIMITTIS – Plainsong setting, Tone IV.2

ANTHEM: Media vita in morte sumus – Pierre de Manchicourt (c. 1510-1564)

 

Jason Anderson, director • Josh Sandoz, reader • Fred McIlroy, cantor

IN-PERSON ATTENDANCE

  • Compline is now open to all for in-person attendance.
  • Starting March 14, 2022, masks are optional inside the cathedral. The south section of seating is reserved for those who wish to remain masked and distanced from others. Learn more here.

OTHER WAYS TO WATCH

  • If you experience any problems with the video player on this page, you may wish to try joining the simultaneous stream on Facebook or YouTube instead.

NEWSLETTER

  • The weekly cathedral newsletter contains important announcements, offerings, and events. Click here to add yourself to cathedral emails lists.

ARCHIVES 

  • Video of past services can be seen here.
  • Audio and printed text of sermons can be found here.

Support the Mission and Ministry of Saint Mark's Cathedral

If you watch and enjoy our live-streamed or archived services, please consider making a donation in support of the mission and ministry of this cathedral.

You may also donate using the Venmo mobile app from your smartphone (search for @SaintMarksCathedralSeattle ) Thank you for your generosity.

The Fourth Sunday in Lent, 2022

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LEAFLETS

  • The Service Leaflet contains all you need to fully participate in each liturgy from home.

NEWSLETTER

  • The weekly cathedral newsletter contains important announcements, offerings, and events. Click here to add yourself to cathedral emails lists.

ARCHIVES 

  • Video of past services can be seen here.
  • Audio and printed text of sermons can be found here.

Easter Memorials & Thanksgivings, 2022

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Each year at this time, all are invited to make a special contribution in honor or in memory of a loved one, in order to help underwrite the beautiful flowers and music of the celebration of the Feast of the Resurrection, which this year includes a full complement of brass and percussion for Peter Hallock's Ye Choirs of New Jerusalem, a thrilling anthem written in 1983 especially for this space and this choir.

Fill out the form below, or use the paper form in the Sunday service leaflets. Then make a gift in any amount, using the method that is most convenient for you—by check, saintmarks.org/give, or Venmo.

Contributions received by Palm Sunday, April 10, will be acknowledged in the Easter service bulletins. Contact Erik Donner in the cathedral office with questions: edonner@saintmarks.org.

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Compline on the Third Sunday in Lent, 2022

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Compline on the Third Sunday in Lent | March 20, 2022, 9:30 p.m.

Order of Service in Lent   |  Each week's repertoire is posted here

https://complineunderground.wordpress.com/2022/03/20/compline-2022-the-third-sunday-in-lent/

March 20, 2022 • The Third Sunday in Lent

ORISON: Oculi mei – Plainsong, Mode VII

PSALM 63:1-8 – Plainsong, Tone II.1

HYMN: Lord Jesus, think on me (Tune: SOUTHWELL) – from Daman’s Psalter, 1579; adapt. Hymnal 1940; fauxbourdon harm. by Peter R. Hallock (1924-2014)

NUNC DIMITTIS – Plainsong setting, Tone IV.2

ANTHEM: Lamentations of Jeremiah (Setting I) – Thomas Tallis (c. 1505-1585)

 

Jason Anderson, director • Jeffrey Ricco, reader • Joel Bevington, cantor

IN-PERSON ATTENDANCE

  • Compline is now open to all for in-person attendance.
  • Starting March 14, 2022, masks are optional inside the cathedral. The south section of seating is reserved for those who wish to remain masked and distanced from others. Learn more here.

OTHER WAYS TO WATCH

  • If you experience any problems with the video player on this page, you may wish to try joining the simultaneous stream on Facebook or YouTube instead.

NEWSLETTER

  • The weekly cathedral newsletter contains important announcements, offerings, and events. Click here to add yourself to cathedral emails lists.

ARCHIVES 

  • Video of past services can be seen here.
  • Audio and printed text of sermons can be found here.

Support the Mission and Ministry of Saint Mark's Cathedral

If you watch and enjoy our live-streamed or archived services, please consider making a donation in support of the mission and ministry of this cathedral.

You may also donate using the Venmo mobile app from your smartphone (search for @SaintMarksCathedralSeattle ) Thank you for your generosity.

The Third Sunday in Lent, 2022

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LEAFLETS

  • The Service Leaflet contains all you need to fully participate in each liturgy from home.

NEWSLETTER

  • The weekly cathedral newsletter contains important announcements, offerings, and events. Click here to add yourself to cathedral emails lists.

ARCHIVES 

  • Video of past services can be seen here.
  • Audio and printed text of sermons can be found here.

Lenten Ingathering for Mary’s Place

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On three Sundays—March 20, March 27, and April 3, 2022—Saint Mark's is gathering needed supplies for Mary's Place. Please bring your donations of disposable diapers (any size), baby wipes, travel-sized toiletries, or deodorant and place them in the large wicker baskets in the Coffee Corner, and they will be delivered to families at Mary's Place.

Learn more about the work of Mary's Place here.

Knowing God Through the Body: Justice, Liberation, and Fullness of Life

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TWO WEDNESDAYS, MARCH 23 & 30, 6:45–8:15 P.M., in person in Bloedel Hall or online via Zoom

A Forum with The Rev. Linzi Stahlecker

Over the course of this two-week series, Rev. Linzi will explore embodiment as a way to come to know and love ourselves, each other, and God more fully; discussing together why this is essential for the mission of the Church. Drawing from interdisciplinary thinkers, Scripture, and spiritual practice, Rev. Linzi will frame this series in her own life experience, participants are encouraged to notice parallels and differences from their own social location and life story.

Rev. Linzi hopes you will join her in Bloedel Hall—the series will be hybrid and you are also welcome to join via Zoom.


The slides from Part 1 may be seen here.

The slides from Part 2 may be seen here.

Video of both parts may be seen below:

“Choir Unvested”: An Evening of Music and Refreshment with the Evensong Choir

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SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 7:30 P.M., Bloedel Hall or join in via livestream

Join the adults, teens, and kids of the Saint Mark's Evensong Choir for CHOIR UNVESTED, an evening of brilliant entertainment, gourmet desserts, and a silent auction. Enjoy delicious treats by Chef Marc Aubertin and refreshing beverages as you listen to the members of the choir sing favorites from The Sound of Music, Godspell, Pippin, and other Broadway gems.

Choir Unvested is a fundraiser for the choir's upcoming pilgrimage to Chichester and Bristol Cathedrals, England, where they will serve as choir-in-residence for one week each in August. Funds are being raised to ensure that all the members can participate regardless of their ability to pay.

Tickets are $75 (plus a processing fee), $50 of which is tax deductible. Proof of vaccination/recent negative COVID test will be checked at the door. Purchase tickets here

To join online, purchase a ticket and a URL will be sent to you with your confirmation.


For a taste of what's in store at Saturday's UNVESTED cabaret fundraiser, check out this moment from a recent rehearsal, led by the cabaret's director and choreographer Heather MacLaughlin Garbes, featuring Evensong Choir countertenor John Garlid as Pippin (a role he seems to have been born to play!):

Special Parish Forum—St. Nicholas Redevelopment Report

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SUNDAY, MARCH 27, 2022, 6:30-8 P.M. (note evening time!), in Bloedel Hall or via Zoom

The St. Nicholas Exploratory Committee has completed 18 months of study and reported its recommendations to the Vestry, which has received the report and adopted those recommendations. Next step is to report to the cathedral parish. Committee members will do so in a special forum to which all are invited.

Final Report of St. Nicholas Exploratory Committee

UPDATE: The slides from this presentation can be found here

A complete video of the forum is posted below:


A MESSAGE FROM DEAN THOMASON (MARCH 17, 2022)

There will be a Special Parish Forum on Sunday March 27, 2022, 6:30–8 p.m. in which the St. Nicholas Exploratory Committee will present its report to the parish along with recommendations it has made to the vestry. All are encouraged to attend, either in-person in Bloedel Hall, or via Zoom. The committee was established in Fall 2020 and charged by the vestry to explore the highest and best long-term use of the St. Nicholas property.

Several potential development approaches were considered, and the committee’s report can be viewed here. Committee members will be on hand to present key findings and recommendations, which have been adopted by the vestry, and to answer questions parishioners may have. We will also discuss next steps for potential campus development. All are welcome. Questions should be addressed to Dean Steve Thomason or Committee Chair John Hoerster.

Gratefully yours,

The Very Reverend Steven L. Thomason
Dean and Rector


See earlier update from this ongoing proce

 

Compline on the Second Sunday in Lent, 2022

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Compline on the Second Sunday in Lent | March 13, 2022, 9:30 p.m.

Order of Service in Lent   |  Each week's repertoire is posted here

The Order of Service and repertoire may be found at:

https://complineunderground.wordpress.com/2022/03/13/compline-2022-the-second-sunday-in-lent/

March 13, 2022 • The Second Sunday in Lent

ORISON: Reminiscere miserationum tuarum – Plainsong, Mode IV

PSALM 27:10-18 – Plainsong, Tone VIII.1

HYMN: Eternal light, shine in my heart (Tune: ACH BLEIB BEI UNS) – mel. Samuel Scheidt (1587-1654); harm. Seth Calvisius (1556-1615)

NUNC DIMITTIS – Plainsong setting, Tone IV.2

ANTHEM: Lamentations of Jeremiah – Jacob Handl (1550-1591)

 

Jason Anderson, director • Gregory Bloch, reader • Jeremy Matheis, cantor

IN-PERSON ATTENDANCE

  • Compline is now open to all for in-person attendance.
  • Starting March 14, 2022, masks are optional inside the cathedral. The south section of seating is reserved for those who wish to remain masked and distanced from others. Learn more here.

OTHER WAYS TO WATCH

  • If you experience any problems with the video player on this page, you may wish to try joining the simultaneous stream on Facebook or YouTube instead.

NEWSLETTER

  • The weekly cathedral newsletter contains important announcements, offerings, and events. Click here to add yourself to cathedral emails lists.

ARCHIVES 

  • Video of past services can be seen here.
  • Audio and printed text of sermons can be found here.

Support the Mission and Ministry of Saint Mark's Cathedral

If you watch and enjoy our live-streamed or archived services, please consider making a donation in support of the mission and ministry of this cathedral.

You may also donate using the Venmo mobile app from your smartphone (search for @SaintMarksCathedralSeattle ) Thank you for your generosity.

Second Sunday in Lent, 2022

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The Second Sunday in Lent, 2022

Service Leaflet

LEAFLETS

  • The Service Leaflet contains all you need to fully participate in each liturgy from home.

NEWSLETTER

  • The weekly cathedral newsletter contains important announcements, offerings, and events. Click here to add yourself to cathedral emails lists.

ARCHIVES 

  • Video of past services can be seen here.
  • Audio and printed text of sermons can be found here.

Worship Update: Lifting the Mask Mandate (March 7, 2022)

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UPDATE MAY 12, 2022: THE REQUIREMENT TO WEAR MASKS WHILE INDOORS IS RE-INSTITUTED AS OF MAY 15, 2022. 

THE OUT-OF-DATE INFORMATION BELOW IS FOR HISTORICAL INFORMATION ONLY

 


MARCH 7, 2022

Dean Thomason has prepared this brief (5-minute) video message, regarding changes in mask policies that will go into effect at the cathedral on Sunday, March 13. A written version of this message appears below.

Please watch, and email the Dean at sthomason@saintmarks.org with any questions you may have.

Dear friends,

As you surely know, beginning March 12 (per Governor Inslee and King County Public Health), the mask mandate for indoor gatherings generally—and houses of worship specifically—are lifted, subject to restoration if infection rates rise and warrant that.

Given these changes, Saint Mark’s Cathedral will adopt the same practice, effective Sunday March 13, 2022, but with a few important safeguards to ensure that we preserve space for all to feel welcome. Please note these details and help us hold the space for all to feel welcome:

  • The south pews and additional chairs in the south transept remain “masked only” for the protection of small children and others for whom that protection is important.
  • Folks seated in the northern (undistanced) sections can mask or not, their choice, but they cannot guarantee that others around them will be masked.
  • Vested ministers and ushers also have the choice to mask or not; however, when they are serving in the narthex or in the “masked only” (south) sections, they will wear masks.
  • All ministers distributing communion will mask at the communion stations for bread and wine.
  • Choirs—all are vaccinated and can remove their masks (or not, as they choose) when singing in north sections of the nave or the gallery. They will mask during procession through the nave.
  • We continue to livestream the 11 a.m. Eucharist and 9:30 p.m. Compline services each Sunday, Choral Evensong the first Sunday of the month at 4:30pm, and other special services. This remains a viable way of connecting to the community and worshipping as part of it.

A few more details regarding other gatherings and spaces:

  • Thomsen Chapel services. The mask mandate is lifted, but individuals are welcome to continue to mask. We have programmed the HVAC system to ventilate the space well before, during, and after every service.
  • Church Office. The mask mandate is lifted March 12, but anyone is welcome to continue wearing their mask, and any parishioner visiting a staff member is welcome to ask that masks be worn while meeting.
  • Ministry groups. If children under five are present, all should remain masked.
  • Ministry groups. If no children under five are present, the group that gathers should confer and gain consensus on masking. It is my hope that groups will be considerate of the concerns we bring into such spaces. It may be that one has a newborn relative, or an immunocompromised member of their household whose well-being prompts them to seek a more cautious path.

Finally, and perhaps most importantly: If you have any symptoms, stay home and test! This move to relax precautions will only succeed if we all seek to serve the common good. So if you have symptoms, please stay home.

Of course, it is also likely that a new variant or another surge may prompt the return of mask mandates, but for now we make this turn with a deep desire to be together, to see each other’s faces, and to forge community in life-giving ways. I am grateful for your part in that.

Blessings and peace,

The Very Reverend Steven L. Thomason
Dean and Rector

Compline on the First Sunday in Lent, 2022

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Compline on the First Sunday in Lent | March 6, 2022, 9:30 p.m.

Order of Service in Lent   |  Each week's repertoire is posted here

The Order of Service and repertoire may be found at:

https://complineunderground.wordpress.com/2022/03/06/compline-2022-the-first-sunday-in-lent/

March 6, 2022 • The First Sunday in Lent

ORISON: Invocabit me – Plainsong, Mode VIII

PSALM 91 – Plainsong, Tone IV.4

HYMN: Lord, who throughout these forty days (Tune: SAINT FLAVIAN) – mel. from Day’s Psalter, 1562; harm. Richard Redhead (1820-1901) and Giles Farnaby (c. 1563-1640), adapt.

NUNC DIMITTIS – Plainsong setting, Tone IV.2

ANTHEM: In jejunio et fletu – Thomas Tallis (c. 1505-1585)

Jason Anderson, director • David Gary, reader • Thomas Adams, cantor

IN-PERSON ATTENDANCE

  • Compline is now open to all for in-person attendance.
  • Starting March 14, 2022, masks are optional inside the cathedral. The south section of seating is reserved for those who wish to remain masked and distanced from others. Learn more here.

OTHER WAYS TO WATCH

  • If you experience any problems with the video player on this page, you may wish to try joining the simultaneous stream on Facebook or YouTube instead.

NEWSLETTER

  • The weekly cathedral newsletter contains important announcements, offerings, and events. Click here to add yourself to cathedral emails lists.

ARCHIVES 

  • Video of past services can be seen here.
  • Audio and printed text of sermons can be found here.

Support the Mission and Ministry of Saint Mark's Cathedral

If you watch and enjoy our live-streamed or archived services, please consider making a donation in support of the mission and ministry of this cathedral.

You may also donate using the Venmo mobile app from your smartphone (search for @SaintMarksCathedralSeattle ) Thank you for your generosity.

Choral Evensong on the First Sunday in Lent, 2022

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Choral Evensong on the First Sunday in Lent, 2022

Service Leaflet

LEAFLETS

  • The Service Leaflet contains all you need to fully participate in each liturgy from home.

NEWSLETTER

  • The weekly cathedral newsletter contains important announcements, offerings, and events. Click here to add yourself to cathedral emails lists.

ARCHIVES 

  • Video of past services can be seen here.
  • Audio and printed text of sermons can be found here.

The First Sunday in Lent, 2022

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LEAFLETS

  • The Service Leaflet contains all you need to fully participate in each liturgy from home.

NEWSLETTER

  • The weekly cathedral newsletter contains important announcements, offerings, and events. Click here to add yourself to cathedral emails lists.

ARCHIVES 

  • Video of past services can be seen here.
  • Audio and printed text of sermons can be found here.

Resuming the Common Cup

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MARCH 3, 2022

Dean Thomason has prepared this brief (~2-minute) video message, announcing that the cathedral will resume offering the cup of wine to the entire congregation at the time of Holy Communion, on a strictly optional basis, beginning this Sunday, March 6, 2022.

Please watch, and email the Dean at sthomason@saintmarks.org with any questions you may have.

A Celebration of the life of Don Lewis

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A Celebration of the Life of Don Lewis, 2 p.m. | March 3, 2022

LEAFLETS

  • The Service Leaflet contains all you need to fully participate in each liturgy from home.

NEWSLETTER

  • The weekly cathedral newsletter contains important announcements, offerings, and events. Click here to add yourself to cathedral emails lists.

ARCHIVES 

  • Video of past services can be seen here.
  • Audio and printed text of sermons can be found here.

Blood Memory and Spiritual Inheritance: A Forum with The Rev. Dr. Hillary Raining

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TWO WEDNESDAYS, MARCH 9 & 16, 2022, 6:45–8:15 P.M. PACFIC TIME, via Zoom only, registration required. 

In the last few years, scientists have discovered what indigenous communities have known for countless generations: that the emotional and physical lives of our ancestors will fundamentally affect our emotional and physical lives as well. Yet, this concept of generational spirituality is underexplored in our faith communities. In this two part series, The Rev. Dr. Hillary Raining, Saint Mark’s 2022 Theologian-in-Residence, will explore the role of our ancestors in shaping our lives as well as how we might help heal ourselves and others. Join us for a combination of scholarship and experience in community!

Participants are invited to read Rev. Raining’s article on spiritual inheritance and gratitude here. Learn more about Rev. Raining here.


SPIRITUAL GENOGRAM

Rev. Raining has invited participants to construct their own "Spiritual Genogram" before the second session on March 16. Here some resources to guide you:

The Spiritual Genogram Participant Handout

Spiritual Genograms

Standard Genogram Symbols

Genogram Relationship Symbols

 

A complete video of Part 1:

A complete video of Part 2:

A Lenten Quiet Morning at Saint Mark’s, 2022

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SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 2022, 9 A.M.–12:30 P.M., at Saint Mark’s Cathedral

This gathering is open to all and free. The morning is designed to help us move deeply into the sacred seasons with morning prayer, centering prayer, walking meditation, and unstructured time for reflection held in shared silence. Freewill donations gratefully accepted ($10–15 suggested). For more information, contact Canon Wendy Claire Barrie.

Ash Wednesday, 7 p.m. 2022

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Ash Wednesday, 7 p.m. | March 2, 2022

 

LEAFLETS

  • The Service Leaflet contains all you need to fully participate in each liturgy from home.

NEWSLETTER

  • The weekly cathedral newsletter contains important announcements, offerings, and events. Click here to add yourself to cathedral emails lists.

ARCHIVES 

  • Video of past services can be seen here.
  • Audio and printed text of sermons can be found here.

“Lent is a Good Time for Life Planning Work”—A Message from Dean Thomason

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MARCH 2, 2022 (ASH WEDNESDAY)

Dear friends,

For Christians, the Season of Lent offers a certain wisdom—that death is understood not merely as an event that occurs at the end of life, but also as an ever-present character in the story of our lives. Death is a mystery to be contemplated while we live.

For the past few years, I’ve made an annual appeal at the beginning of Lent for each adult at Saint Mark’s to undertake the work of planning your own funeral. Scores of people have done so; many have expressed how deeply meaningful this work is. If you have done so already, take time this Lent to dust off your plan, review and update it if needed. If you’ve not yet taken this work on, I exhort you to include this work this year in your observance of a holy Lent. It is indeed holy work. The clergy are happy to assist you in any way you find helpful.
Here are the documents that will serve as resources for you:

These documents are also available at saintmarks.org/funeral. Ideally, you would complete this planning form (or as much as you’d like to complete) and provide a copy to the Dean’s office, where it will be kept on file, and held in confidence, until the time it is needed (hopefully a long time from now!) Of course, you can retrieve it, amend it, or replace it at any time (and many of us do).

This year, I want to broaden this invitation to include preparation (or review) of your will. My granddaughter was born earlier this year, and her birth has prompted my daughter and her wife to prepare their wills. They are in their 30s; Kathy and I did much the same when our first child was born. It is never too soon to give thought to that part of end-of-life planning, including provision for heirs and designating legacy gifts for charitable agencies to which you are committed. Again, Lent is a particularly poignant time to undertake this work, or to conduct an annual review of your estate documents. For some with complex estates, an attorney will be needed. For others, this can be a straightforward exercise, and the Cathedral Foundation and the Diocese of Olympia have partnered with Freewill, a free online resource designed to help guide your decisions around estate planning and will preparation.

Kathy and I rewrote our wills a few years ago—maybe the fifth time in our lives—and we will review them again this Lent as a spiritual practice that evokes gratitude—for the blessings in our lives, for our children, and for Saint Mark’s, our alma maters, and other organizations we want to support with planned gifts.

This is holy work, my friends, wherever you are on the spiritual journey of life, wherever you are in the course of life. I hope you will embrace it as part of your Lenten observance.

Blessings and peace,

The Very Reverend Steven L. Thomason
Dean and Rector

Ash Wednesday, Noon, 2022

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LEAFLETS

  • The Service Leaflet contains all you need to fully participate in each liturgy from home.

NEWSLETTER

  • The weekly cathedral newsletter contains important announcements, offerings, and events. Click here to add yourself to cathedral emails lists.

ARCHIVES 

  • Video of past services can be seen here.
  • Audio and printed text of sermons can be found here.

Closing of the Doors on Shrove Tuesday, 2022

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Closing of the Doors on Shrove Tuesday | March 1, 2022, 7 p.m. 

A one-minute video of the moment of the closing of the great doors may be seen below:

LEAFLETS

  • The Service Leaflet contains all you need to fully participate in each liturgy from home.

NEWSLETTER

  • The weekly cathedral newsletter contains important announcements, offerings, and events. Click here to add yourself to cathedral emails lists.

ARCHIVES 

  • Video of past services can be seen here.
  • Audio and printed text of sermons can be found here.
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