Compline on the Eve of the Feast of the Holy Name, 2023

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Compline on the First Sunday after Christmas (the Eve of the Feast of the Holy Name) | December 31, 2023 

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

The Order of Service & repertoire may be found at: complineunderground.wordpress.com/2023/12/31/compline-2023-eve-of-the-holy-name/

December 31, 2023 • EVE OF THE HOLY NAME

PROCESSIONAL: Puer nobis nascitur – from Moosburg Gradual, c. 1355-1360; arr. Peter R. Hallock (1924-2014)

PSALM 147 – Peter R. Hallock

HYMN 82: Of the Father’s love begotten (Tune: DIVINUM MYSTERIUM) – Sanctus trope, 11th cent.; adapt. Piae Cantiones, 1582; arr. Richard T. Proulx (1937-2010)

NUNC DIMITTIS (Tune: MARILYN) – Peter R. Hallock

ANTHEM I: Lullay my liking – Peter R. Hallock

ANTHEM II:When Christ was born of Mary free – John Joubert (1927-2019)

The Very Rev. Steven L. Thomason, dean & rector Ÿ Jason Anderson, director • J. Scott Kovacs, reader • Derek Tilton, cantor

Special thanks to this evening's videographer, David Wild, and to the many hospitality volunteers at this evening's Labyrinth Walk.

Compline at Saint Mark's Cathedral has been a Seattle tradition since 1956. All the singers are volunteers. Learn more at: https://saintmarks.org/worship/compline/
and: https://complinechoir.org/

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The First Sunday After Christmas, 2023

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The First Sunday After Christmas | December 31, 2023

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Christmas Day, 2023

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Christmas Day Holy Eucharist | December 25, 2023, 10 a.m.

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Midnight Mass, 2023

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Christmas Eve "Midnight Mass" | December 24, 2023, 11 p.m.

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Christmas Eve 2023, 7:30 p.m.

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The Christmas Eve Holy Eucharist | December 24, 2023, 7:30 p.m

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Christmas Eve Family Service, 2023

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Christmas Eve Family Service | December 24, 2023, 4 p.m.

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The Fourth Sunday of Advent, 2023

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The Fourth Sunday of Advent | December 24, 2023

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A Forum on the Book of Common Prayer

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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24, 6:45–8:15 P.M., in person in Bloedel Hall or online via Zoom. Optional community dinner at 6 p.m. ($6/child; $8/adult; $25/max. family)

The Book of Common Prayer (BCP) shapes how Saint Mark’s worships, what we believe, and how we see the world and ourselves in the Episcopal tradition. It is designed to inform every aspect of our lives in rich ways. Join in for a discussion to learn more about its history, language and theology and explore ways to incorporate it into our spiritual lives. Facilitators will include Dean Steve Thomason, James Davidson, Peter Barrie and Canon Wendy Claire Barrie. A physical copy of the BCP or a free online version are not needed to attend but could be helpful to have available. All are invited to join whether you are new to the text or have been engaging with this book for years.

A video of the forum will be posted here when it is available.


 

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Two Forums on Ignatian Spirituality

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Materials from the Jan. 21 Sunday Forum

UPDATED WITH VIDEO OF BOTH PRESENTATIONS


SUNDAY FORUM

Introduction to Ignatian Spirituality: Going Deeper in Your Life of Prayer

SUNDAY, JANUARY 21, 10:10-10:50 A.M., Bloedel Hall

Come take part in a discussion on the gifts of Ignatian Spirituality. This Christian spiritual tradition is inspired by St. Ignatius Loyola and is a spirituality for everyday life, beckoning us to see that God is ever-present in our world and active in our lives all around us. Learn about the basic tenets of this approach that can support deepening prayer and attuning discernment as we listen to how the Spirit may be moving in our midst. Facilitators include Erin Beary Anderson, Ross Hays, and Dean Steve Thomason. On February 7, a follow-up Cathedral Commons will go deeper into the The Daily Examen, a technique for meaningful reflection of your day (see below).

UPDATE: A complete video of the Sunday forum now available below.


CATHEDRAL COMMONS

The Examen: Finding God Across Your Day

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 6:45–8:15 P.M., in person in Bloedel Hall or online via Zoom. Optional community dinner at 6 p.m. ($6/child; $8/adult; $25/max. family)

Usually prayed in the evening, the Daily Examen is a way to help notice and attend to God’s presence throughout the day through prayer. Come learn about the history of this practice with an overview from Dean Steve Thomason, hear experiences from Molly Bosch and Bryan Pansing who learned the Examen in the Jesuit Service Corps, and practice with a guided exercise from Ross Hays and Erin Anderson. Together we will consider what’s bringing us closer to God and what may be creating distance for us?

UPDATE: A complete video of the Sunday forum now available below.

The Pageant of the Nativity 2023

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The Pageant of the Nativity | December 20, 2023 

Service leaflet | Learn more about Saint Mark's Pageant here

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Compline on the Third Sunday of Advent, 2023

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Compline on the Third Sunday of Advent | December 17, 2023 

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

The Order of Service & repertoire may be found at: complineunderground.wordpress.com/2023/12/17/compline-2023-the-third-sunday-of-advent/

December 17, 2023 • The Third Sunday of Advent: Gaudete • O Sapientia

ORISON: Angelus emittitur – Piae Cantiones, 1582 and Richard Runciman Terry (1865-1938); arr. Jason A. Anderson (b. 1976)

PSALM 126 – Plainsong, Tone I.9

HYMN: The angel Gabriel from heaven came (Tune: GABRIEL’S MESSAGE) – Basque carol; arr. Edgar Pettman (1865-1943)

NUNC DIMITTIS (Tune: MARILYN) – Peter R. Hallock (1924-2014)

ANTHEM: E’en so, Lord Jesus, quickly come – Paul Manz (1919-2009)

POST-COMPLINE ORGAN MUSIC: Prelude on Veni Emmanuel by Paul Manz; O Antiphon Sequence by Cecilia McDowell; Rorate caeli desuper by Jack Oades

Jason Anderson, director • Jeremy Matheis, reader • Kenneth Peterson, cantor • John Stuntebeck, post-Compline recitalist

Thanks to this evening's Compline volunteers: hospitality ministers Priscilla Stand and Estephan Meza, and videographer Michael Perera.

Compline at Saint Mark's Cathedral has been a Seattle tradition since 1956. All the singers are volunteers. Learn more at: https://saintmarks.org/worship/compline/
and: https://complinechoir.org/

If you would like to make a memorial gift (in any amount) to underwrite the special music and flowers of Christmas, you may do so at: saintmarks.org/christmasmemorials

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The Third Sunday of Advent, 2023

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The Third Sunday of Advent | December 10, 2023

If you would like to make a memorial gift (in any amount) to underwrite the special music and flowers of Christmas, you may do so at: saintmarks.org/christmasmemorials

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Twelfth Night Eucharist & Burning of the Greens, 2024

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FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 7 P.M., in the cathedral nave and parking lot

In our tradition, the celebration of the Feast of Christmas lasts twelve days, beginning December 25 and ending on January 5 (that is, the day before the Feast of the Epiphany on January 6). The evening of the last day of Christmas is known as “Twelfth Night,” and is an opportunity for festivity and reflection.

All ages are invited to celebrate the end of the Christmas season on Friday, January 5 at 7 p.m. We’ll gather in the nave for a simple, intimate, and brief Eucharist with the Epiphany gospel. Following the liturgy, we’ll process with the Advent wreath to the bonfire in the lower parking lot. You are most welcome to bring your greens from home to toss into the fire. Then, we’ll toast marshmallows, enjoy s’mores, hot cider, and good cheer.

UPDATE! For more information about events around the Burning of the Greens at other Episcopal parishes, check out this article, featuring quotes from our own Dean Steve Thomason, as well as the Rev. Hilary Raining, PhD, our former Theologian-in-residence who will return here this March to lead a Wisdom School event.


Check out some photos from the Burning of the Greens in years past below (click to enlarge):

Greenbelt Update—Fall 2023

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Guy Oram, the Saint Mark’s Greenbelt Work Party Volunteer Coordinator, had written this summing-up of the work that was done on the Greenbelt in the recent series of work parties:

The colors of fall are giving way to frost and filtered light in the Greenbelt as winter approaches.

The Saint Mark's Creation Care Ministry is working with the Seattle Green Partnership and Forest Stewards Robert Hayden and Joey Baumgartner to support the recovery and restoration of the 9-acre woodland greenbelt surrounding the cathedral. Following a three-year hiatus as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, volunteers from the Seattle community and members of Saint Mark’s participated in four work parties this fall to remove invasive ivy, blackberry, and other non-native weeds and trash along the perimeter of the cathedral’s south parking lot and down in the ravine below.

During my work party days, I saw and heard a variety of birds, including juncos, chickadees, robins, northern flickers, wrens, hummingbirds, jays, towhees, nuthatches, kinglets, and a red-tailed hawk. Joey and Robert provided a wealth of knowledge and practical advice about distinguishing native from non-native plants, removing ivy and blackberries efficiently, and the long-term goal of establishing a conifer canopy in the Greenbelt.

If you missed these work parties and would like to join in, it is not too late to get involved! Robert and Joey will be planning additional work parties through the winter months, as this is prime planting season. Since efforts to restore the Greenbelt began in the late 1980s, over 2,500 native plants have been reintroduced into the forestland, but there is much more to do. We will be providing updates as new volunteer opportunities are scheduled. If you have questions or want to learn more about how Saint Mark’s members can support this important land-based ministry, feel free to contact me or Creation Care Co-Chair Kathy Minsch at: creationcare@saintmarks.org

Funeral Liturgy for Katy Krogman | December 11, 2023

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Funeral Liturgy for Katy Krogman | December 11, 2023

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Compline on the Second Sunday of Advent, 2023

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Compline on the Second Sunday of Advent | December 10, 2023 

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

The Order of Service & repertoire may be found at: complineunderground.wordpress.com/2023/12/10/compline-2023-the-second-sunday-of-advent/

December 10, 2023 • The Second Sunday of Advent

ORISON: Comfort, comfort ye my people (Tune: PSALM 42) – melody by Claude Goudimel (1514-1572)

PSALM 85:1-2, 8-13 – Plainsong, Tone III.5

HYMN 59: Hark! a thrilling voice is sounding (Tune: MERTON) – William Monk (1823-1889)

NUNC DIMITTIS (Tune: MARILYN) – Peter R. Hallock (1924-2014)

ANTHEM: Rorate caeli desuper– Peter R. Hallock

Jason Anderson, director • William Turnipseed, reader • James Wilcox, cantor

Thanks to this evening's Compline volunteers: hospitality ministers James Davidson and John Gulhagen.

Compline at Saint Mark's Cathedral has been a Seattle tradition since 1956. All the singers are volunteers. Learn more at: https://saintmarks.org/worship/compline/
and: https://complinechoir.org/

If you would like to make a memorial gift (in any amount) to underwrite the special music and flowers of Christmas, you may do so at: saintmarks.org/christmasmemorials

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.

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 Second Sunday of Advent, 2023

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The Second Sunday of Advent | December 10, 2023

If you would like to make a memorial gift (in any amount) to underwrite the special music and flowers of Christmas, you may do so at: saintmarks.org/christmasmemorials

LEAFLETS

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ARCHIVES 

  • Video of past services can be seen here.
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Ordinations to the Diaconate on the Feast of St. Nicholas

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Ordinations to the Diaconate on the Feast of St. Nicholas of Myra (tr.) | Sunday, December 3, 7 p.m.

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The Saint Mark’s Cathedral Merch Store!

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The Saint Mark's Cathedral Merch Store is now live and open for business!

You can now order a tee shirt, sweatshirt, shopping bag, coffee mug, apron, or sticker with the cathedral logo, or a unique rose window bandana, from the print-on-demand service Teespring. The cathedral makes a small profit on each sale.

Makes great gifts! Order soon for delivery by Christmas. Additional items and designs are planned for the future. If you'd like to see samples of the items in person, contact Rev. Stahlecker: lstahlecker@saintmarks.org

2023 New Year’s Eve Labyrinth Walk with Compline and Midnight Eucharist

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LABYRINTH WALK SATURDAY, DECEMBER 31, 6 P.M. to MIDNIGHT.

The Office of Compline will be chanted at 9:30. Midnight Eucharist at the center of the labyrinth, observing the Feast of the Holy Name.

Since 1999, Seattle's most peaceful New Year's tradition.

As the old year passes and a new one begins, take time in the quiet, candle-lit space of the cathedral nave to pause, look inward, and experience a large indoor labyrinth laid out in the nave.

Invitations to other contemplative practices will be offered, and musical accompaniment will be provided by guest musicians throughout the evening. Drop by any time between 6 p.m. and midnight; stay for a few minutes or a few hours. Activities especially appropriate for younger children will also be available. Tea and cookies will be served. More details, including musician line-up, will be announced on this page when they are available. All are welcome; freewill donations gratefully received.

Check out this 2015 Seattle Times article about the event!

Since December 31 falls on a Sunday this year, at 9:30 p.m. The Compline Choir will chant the office as usual. At the stroke of midnight, a special, intimate service of Holy Eucharist is offered in the center of the labyrinth, observing the Feast of the Holy Name of Jesus—a beautiful way to begin 2024. Dean Thomason will preside.


2023 Musician line-up will be posted here when it is available.

Poetry of the Season with Prof. Doug Thorpe

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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 17, 10:10 A.M., Bloedel Hall

Winter solstice brings the first day of winter and a return of more sunlight. Drawing from a selection of poems connected to light, parishioner and English professor Doug Thorpe will guide us in a time of reading and reflection to discover creation themes. A slideshow of light-inspired photos from Saint Mark's parishioners will also be shared.


Notes from the Forum

Presenters: Prof. Doug Thorpe, Sarah Reeves, (resident Lopez Island), returning member Dr. Kate Thorpe

Themes emerged from key quotations in At Home on an Unruly Planet by Madeline Ostrander:

  • …Solastalgia, the aching for solace, consolation—the loss of comfort, the loneliness of being estranged from home. linked with impact of loss of home through climate change.
  • …David Wallace Wells – our society’s “incredible failure of imagination.”
  • …for humans, “home is far more than just engineering; it is also a combination of meaning, symbolism, and social function.”
  • …what does it mean to be human? ‘we delay our eating of food and bring it to some other place, often with an expectation of sharing it with others, and the places where we eat together take on significance as part of home.
  • …Our ancestors had landed on some other elements that were perhaps more central to human lives, well-being, and survival: the sharing of food, cooperation, and the act of place making –altering a space to keep yourself and the people you care about safe and more comfortable. Homemaking can be a simple and imaginative act.
  • …We had used these smarts and imagination to build deep relationships with the places where we started to learn how to survive and adapt. And this was probably the true root of the human home.
  • …in the last several years, human societies have engaged in a project of unimagination, of ignoring or denying the signs of climate catastrophe, of distancing ourselves from the way the landscape is changing... And I think that we many not make it through this crisis if we forget that home isn't just a thing we build, but an awareness of and care for our surroundings and the capacity to imagine new ways of living in them... we will need a new set of stories about what it looks like to live on the earth in a manner that doesn’t destroy our future.

Other readings include:

Robert Hayden, Those Winter Sundays [available in a number of anthologies or online]

Martin Espada, That We Will Sing, in his book Floaters, National Book Award Winner

Naomi Shihab Nye, Shoulders, which is in the anthology Before There Is Nowhere To Stand, a collection of poets from Israel and Palestine.

Joy Harjo, Perhaps the World Ends Here (at the kitchen table...) in The Woman Who Fell From The Sun. See also selected or collected volume of her work.

Harjo, Catching the Light (pp 62–63* birth, 115 light, 119–122* light)

Wendell Berry, “Manifesto: the Mad Farmer Liberation Front.” In his Collected Poems.

 

Compline on the First Sunday of Advent, 2023

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Compline on the First Sunday of Advent | December 3, 2023 

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

The Order of Service and repertoire may be found at: complineunderground.wordpress.com/2023/12/03/compline-2023-the-first-sunday-of-advent/

December 3, 2023 • The First Sunday of Advent 

ORISON: Matin Responsory – Jason A. Anderson (b. 1976)

PSALM 80:1-7, 16-18 – Plainsong, Tone IV.4

HYMN 66: Come, thou long-expected Jesus (Tune: STUTTGART) – mel. from Psalmodia Sacra, 1715; harm. William Henry Havergal (1793-1870)

NUNC DIMITTIS (Tune: MARILYN) – Peter R. Hallock (1924-2014)

ANTHEM: Ecce advenit dominator Dominus – William Byrd (1543-1623)

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

Thanks to this evening's Compline volunteers: hospitality ministers Estephan Meza and Priscilla Strand, and videographer Michael Lee.

Compline at Saint Mark's Cathedral has been a Seattle tradition since 1956. All the singers are volunteers. Learn more at: https://saintmarks.org/worship/compline/
and: https://complinechoir.org/

If you would like to make a memorial gift (in any amount) to underwrite the special music and flowers of Christmas, you may do so at: saintmarks.org/christmasmemorials

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.

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 “O” Antiphons Liturgy, 2023

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The "O" Antiphons—Advent Procession with Lessons & Carols | Sunday, December 3, 7 p.m.

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LEAFLETS

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The First Sunday of Advent, 2023

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The First Sunday of Advent | December 3, 2023

If you would like to make a memorial gift (in any amount) to underwrite the special music and flowers of Christmas, you may do so at: saintmarks.org/christmasmemorials

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.

2023 Christmas Memorials & Thanksgivings

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DONATIONS RECEIVED BY DECEMBER 19 WILL BE PRINTED IN THE CHRISTMAS BULLETINS.

Help underwrite the beautiful flowers and special music of the season by making a special contri­bution in honor or memory of someone. Please fill out the form here or below, or use the paper form inserted in your bulletin on Sunday.

Then you can make your gift online at saintmarks.org/give, or donate by check in the offering plate, to the cathedral office, or by mail (instructions may be found on the form.) Contributions received by December 19 will be acknowledged in the bulletins on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.

Contact Erik Donner with questions: edonner@saintmarks.org


 

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