Compline on the Third Sunday after Pentecost, 2022

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Compline on the Third Sunday after Pentecost | June 26, 2022 

The Order of Service and repertoire may be found at:  complineunderground.wordpress.com/2022/06/26/compline-2022-the-third-sunday-after-pentecost/

June 26, 2022 • The Third Sunday after Pentecost (Proper 8C)

ORISON (H 36): O gladsome Light (Tune: LE CANTIQUE DE SIMÉON) – mel. Loys Bourgeois (c. 1510-1559); harm. Claude Goudimel (1514-1572)

PSALM 16 – Jason A. Anderson (b. 1976)

HYMN: The day thou gavest, Lord, is ended (Tune: COMMANDMENTS) – Loys Bourgeois (c. 1510-1559)

NUNC DIMITTIS –Plainsong, Mode III.6

ANTHEM: Sometimes I feel like a motherless child – African-American Spiritual, arr. Brian Fairbanks (b. 1968)

Jason Anderson, director • Joel Matter, reader • Joel Bevington, cantor

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Responding to the Supreme Court’s Dobbs Decision

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JUNE 24, 2022

Dear friends,

Today our nation received the news we’ve been expecting for several weeks now—that a divided Supreme Court has overturned Roe v Wade and Casey decisions which had for nearly fifty years ensured the constitutional right to reach an informed decision about termination of pregnancy and safe access to act upon those decisions.

As I said in a recent sermon [pdf] addressing the topic of reproductive rights, this is a matter of human dignity, and as such it is a first and foremost pastoral issue, even as it has been politicized. Since preaching that sermon on May 8, 2022, I have heard from several who have shared very tenderly of their life experiences and the difficult decisions they faced as crucial moments. I stand by what I said that day, and I share here once more that the Episcopal Church has, since 1976, unequivocally and repeatedly adopted formal position statements affirming full and equal access to health care for all genders, and that access to decisions surrounding reproductive rights must be reserved to the individual in consultation with their health care providers. [source]

Here is the statement from the Episcopal Church shared today:

Since 1976, The Episcopal Church has maintained its “unequivocal opposition to any legislation on the part of the national or state governments which would abridge or deny the right of individuals to reach informed decisions [about the termination of pregnancy] and to act upon them.” We uphold the conscience rights of pregnant women and other pregnant persons to determine whether they want to continue a pregnancy. The Episcopal Church views reproductive rights as “an integral part of a woman’s struggle to assert her dignity and worth as a human being.”

In light of the Supreme Court’s recent decision in the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization case, we reiterate our opposition to any legislative, executive, or judicial action at all levels of government that would restrict or limit a woman’s right to choose, or that would limit the rights of women and other pregnant people to access a safe abortion procedure. For us as Episcopalians, this is a matter of faith. Respecting the dignity of every human being means respecting the rights and freedoms of women to control their own bodies, destinies, and future.

 

I would refer you to the resource page of the Episcopal Church’s Office of Government Relations for additional information about how to respond in light of this judicial ruling. I would also say I am grateful to live in a state where reproductive rights are ensured by legislative action.

As I said in the sermon on May 8, we will make our way together, even when we won’t agree on every detail of such complicated matters. We do so as people of faith who hold dear the human dignity for all people; we do so as people committed to a way of life that is at its core a pastoral way of being with one another; we do so as people who cast a vision for a more just world, bringing hope into a world which is parched and thirsts for good news. I am willing to work for that, and I trust you are too.

Blessings and peace,

The Very Reverend Steven L. Thomason
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Compline on the Second Sunday after Pentecost, 2022

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Compline on the Second Sunday after Pentecost/Juneteenth | June 19, 2022 

The Order of Service and repertoire may be found at: https://complineunderground.wordpress.com/2022/06/19/compline-2022-the-second-sunday-after-pentecost/

 

June 19, 2022 • The Second Sunday after Pentecost/Juneteenth/Father's Day (Proper 7C)

ORISON: ‘Phos hilaron’ from Music for Compline – Kevin Siegfried (b. 1969)

PSALM 22:22-30 – Peter R. Hallock (1924-2014)

OFFICE HYMN: ‘Te lucis ante terminum’ from Music for Compline – Kevin Siegfried

NUNC DIMITTIS – Dana Marsh (b. 1965)

ANTHEM: There is a balm in Gilead – African-American Spiritual; arr. Jeff Junkinsmith (b. 1956)

Jeremy Matheis, director • J. Scott Kovacs, reader • Thomas Adams, cantor

POST COMPLINE ORGAN MUSIC:

"Au Saint-Esprit" and "Au coeur sacré de Jésus" from Petit Livre de Prières – Rolande Falcinelli (1920–2006)

"Improvisation on Ar hyd y nos" – Gerre Hancock (1934–2012)

"Meditation on Union Seminary" – Gerre Hancock

David Boeckh, guest organist

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The Second Sunday After Pentecost, 2022

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The First Sunday After Pentecost: Trinity Sunday, 2022 

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Sharing Meals with Tent City 3

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SUNDAY EVENINGS: JUNE 19 & 26; JULY 3, 10 & 17, 2:30–6:30 P.M., Bloedel Hall, signup requested.

Tent City 3 arrives in the cathedral parking lot June 4, and the cathedral's TC3 meals team has been coordinating the details of their stay. The residents have decided that they would like to share Sunday dinners with us indoors in Bloedel Hall! We are thrilled to have the opportunity to sit down and share dinner with them.

Our goal is to fill up our volunteer roster list for the first five Sundays—June 19 and 26, and July 3, 10, and 17. Our initial estimate is that we will need five (5) volunteers each Sunday night to prepare food, greet our guests, serve meals, break bread with them, and clean up, serving from about 3:30 until 6:30. If you are willing to pitch in, have some fun, and help others, please sign up using this form. Contact co-coordinators Chris Rigos crigos33@gmail.com or Maris Olsen maris.olsen@gmail.com with any questions. Thanks to all!

UPDATE (JUNE 10): Tent City 3 has now arrived on the cathedral property, and the organizers of the meals have been delighted with the response to last week's call for volunteers. At list time just a few open spots remain. The total number of volunteer slots for each dinner was limited, because if too many volunteers are present, there may not be enough work for each volunteer to do. However, as this is a new experience for everyone in the context of the pandemic, the limits may be revised according to the lessons learned in the first few dinners. Please stay tuned!

UPDATE (JUNE 24): On June 19 the Cathedral prepared and shared a fine dinner meal with our guests in Tent City 3. Our able chefs Maris Olsen and Deborah Person served sloppy joes, fruit salad, coleslaw, and ice cream to 24 guests. Our volunteers Sandy Piscatello, Kathy Albert, and Ashley Hedeen helped with set up, serving, and clean up, and then sat down to eat with our guests. Reports from our guests were positive, and they are invited back this Sunday night for a barbeque! Dinners will continue for the next ten weeks with volunteer cooks and servers. Check out some photos below! (click to enlarge)

Ordinations to the Sacred Order Of Priests

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Ordinations to the Sacred order of Priests 

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Compline on Trinity Sunday, 2022

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Compline on Trinity Sunday—The First Sunday after Pentecost | June 12, 2022 

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June 12, 2022 • The First Sunday after Pentecost: Trinity Sunday

ORISON: O Trinity of blessed Light – Jeff Junkinsmith (b. 1956)

PSALM 113 – Jason A. Anderson (b. 1976)

HYMN: Holy God, we praise thy Name (Tune: GROSSER GOTT) – mel. from Katholisches Gesangbuch, 1686; harm. Charles Winfred Douglas (1867-1944), after Conrad Kocher (1786-1872); vs. 4 harm. Rejoice in the Lord, 1985

NUNC DIMITTIS – Plainsong, Tone VII; harm. Lodovico Grossi da Viadana (c. 1560-1627)

ANTHEM: Let us now laud and magnify with music – William Mundy (c. 1529-c. 1591)

Jason Anderson, director • Jeremy Matheis, reader • Kenneth Peterson, cantor

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Eat! Play! Love! 2022: Water of Life

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UPDATED WITH PHOTOS

THREE WEDNESDAYS: JUNE 22, JULY 27, and AUGUST 24, 5 P.M.–8 P.M., in Bloedel Hall and throughout the cathedral grounds. Registration requested. Fee: $10 in advance; $12 at the door.


UPDATE: On SUNDAY, JUNE 26, between the morning services at 10:10 a.m., participants in the June 22 gathering will share some of what was presented and created at the event. Meet on the front patio. (These reports will occur on the Sunday following all three evenings.)


First offered in the summer of 2019, Eat, Play Love (Not Your Average Bible Study) is an opportunity for all ages to share a meal, learn, explore, and have fun together at the cathedral. Now this offering returns for 2022!

Take a night off cooking and enjoy a delicious dinner prepared by our own Chef Marc Aubertin, then participate in a variety of creative and reflective activities, including the option to attend in-person Evening Prayer 6–6:30 p.m. The evenings end with a brief service of Compline in the Cathedral Nave.

This year, we will explore the theme "Water of Life" through three scripture stories (Creation, the Baptism of Christ, and The Woman at the Well) and respond to them creatively through activities such as music, art, and science. We'll also dive into justice-seeking as it relates to clean water and water access, both locally and globally.

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20s/30s Explore Bainbridge Day

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SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 10 A.M.–3 P.M.

Let’s take a day trip to Bainbridge! We will take a tour of St. Barnabas Episcopal with a break for coffee and conversation. Next, we’ll visit the Japanese Exclusion Memorial to reflect and remember those forced to leave their home for internment camps. We’ll enjoy lunch at the home of John Simmons and Scott Hulet with the option for exploring a trail to the Halls Hill labyrinth, Blakely Harbor, and a historic cemetery.

For those wanting to carpool, we will meet at 7:30 a.m. at Saint Mark’s. RSVP (encouraged but not required) to Emily: emcmeeks@gmail.com

20s/30s Dinner at Nurturing Roots Farm

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SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 5–8 P.M.

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.

Registration details to come. For questions or more information, email Emily: emcmeeks@gmail.com

Monthly Neighborhood Eucharists

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

SATURDAY, JUNE 25, 4 P.M., by Christopher Breunig in Clyde Hill, near Bellevue

SATURDAY, JULY 30, 4 P.M., by Laurel Petrik on First Hill

SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 4 P.M., TBA

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 4 P.M., by Rachel & Russ Crosbie in West Seattle

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 3 P.M., TBA

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.

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Saint Mark’s Returns to PrideFest

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SATURDAY, JUNE 25, 11 A.M.–8 P.M.

Capitol Hill PrideFest is Back... and so is the Saint Mark's booth!

We will have a tent and display on Broadway during Pride weekend on Saturday, June 25, from 11 a.m. on toward evening. Just like last time—pre-pandemic—we will have fun talking with festival attendees about Saint Mark's and handing out info and souvenirs. PrideFest is a great time and a great way to represent your faith community to a variety of folks looking for a spiritual connection.

To sign up, contact The Rev. Eliacín Rosario Cruz: erosario@saintmarks.org or Deacon Earl Grout: deaconeg@gmail.com


March in the Pride Parade!

SUNDAY, JUNE 26, meet downtown at 11 a.m. (exact location to be announced); registration required.

Join the Diocese of Olympia for the 2022 Seattle Pride Parade. Though many, we truly are one as we march for justice and dignity. By our actions we demonstrate that the Episcopal Church of Western Washington really does welcome everyone. Learn more and register here. Once you register, you will receive precise instructions about where to meet on Sunday, when the information is available. All marchers get a free tee shirt!

 

Taizé Prayer, June 6, 2022

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Compline on the Day of Pentecost, 2022

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Compline on the Day of Pentecost | June 5, 2022 

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June 5, 2022 • Whitsunday: The Day of Pentecost

ORISON: Veni Sancte Spiritus – Plainsong, Mode I

PSALM 104:25-32, 35-37 – Peter R. Hallock (1924–2014)

HYMN: O thou who camest from above (Tune: HEREFORD) – Samuel Sebastian Wesley (1810-1876)

NUNC DIMITTIS – Christopher Tye (c. 1505-c. 1573)

ANTHEM: O Lord, give thy Holy Spirit – Thomas Tallis (c. 1505-1585)

 

Jason Anderson, director • Josh Sandoz, reader • Jeremy Matheis, cantor

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Responding to Gun Violence

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Photo of the June 2, 2022, Interfaith March and Prayer Vigil Against Gun Violence by photographer Mark White, via Faith Action Network. Click to enlarge.

Alliance for Gun Responsibility

The Washington Alliance for Gun Responsibility (WAGR) works to end the gun violence crisis in our community and to promote a culture of gun ownership that balances rights with responsibilities. Saint Mark’s Cathedral and Dean Steve Thomason collaborated with other civic leaders to create the Alliance in 2013 to support policy, education and engagement that focuses on reducing gun violence.

NOTE: Late on Wednesday, June 8, Dean Thomason sent a message to the community announcing that the protest that was expected to take place in downtown Seattle on Saturday, June 11, would NOT be occurring. The Washington Alliance for Gun Responsibility (WAGR) is encouraging folks to attend one of the many other demonstrations that are occurring this weekend, particular in Redmond or Olympia. Find other options and sign up here.


How you can help


How to talk to children about mass shootings and gun violence


Additional Resources

 

“Scripture & Empire”: A 20/30s Summer Study and Discussion Series

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THREE MONDAYS: JUNE 6, JUNE 20 & JULY 4, 7–8:30 p.m., via Zoom

How does understanding the historical and cultural context of empire shape our faith and create opportunity for new liberation?

This summer we will examine the tensions between political power and justice through scripture and supplemental texts with opportunity for reflection and discussion. Canon Eliacín Rosario-Cruz will join us in exploring these themes together.  Attendees are encouraged to attend all three sessions but it is not required—join as you can.

If you are interested in participating, please email Adam Conley (aconley@saintmarks.org) or Emily Meeks (emcmeeks@gmail.com).

Update from the Salahi Family and Sahar School in Afghanistan

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UPDATE: Please note that this forum was not recorded.

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15, 6:45-8:15 P.M., online via Zoom only (not in person)

Join the Salahi family—Razia, Solaiman, Zobair, Rohanya and Harris—as they provide an update on their resettling in Seattle after having to flee their homeland of Afghanistan, leaving family members behind. From enrolling in school, to landing jobs, and passing driving tests, they have a remarkable story to tell. Ginna Brelsford will also be on hand to provide an update on Sahar School for Girls in Afghanistan. The photo below conveys the stark changes that have come in the wake of the Taliban’s return. Register here to receive the Zoom link.

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Climate Conversations

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FIRST TUESDAYS, BEGINNING JUNE 7, 5:30 p.m.–6:30 p.m., online via Zoom

Looking for practical ways to reduce your impact on the environment? Saint Mark’s Creation Care Ministry is hosting Climate Conversations about everyday things in our lives. These monthly conversations will be held on environmentally-friendly Zoom on the first Tuesday evening of each month from 5:30–6:30 p.m. Here’s the schedule for the next few months.

JUNE 7: What you can do about Food (with Marc Aubertin & Richard Hartung) | UPDATE: The first Climate Conversation was not recorded, but the slides from the presentation may be seen here.

JULY 5: What you can do about Energy (with Richard Wesley & Richard Hartung)

AUGUST 2: What you can do about Water

SEPTEMBER 5: What you can do on the Carbon Tracker

OCTOBER 4: What you can do about Transportation

NOVEMBER 1: TBA

DECEMBER 6: TBA

Register to participate using this link. You can be part of any or all of these conversations with the same Zoom link each month.

Ride/Run/Roll at Seward Park on Trinity Sunday

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SUNDAY, JUNE 12, 3:30-5:30 P.M., Seward Park, Lake Washington Blvd. S., Seattle

Calling all bikers, scooters, walkers, rollerbladers, runners, unicycles and so forth to join in a Trinity Sunday Ride/Run/Roll around Seward Park in Southeast Seattle. We will meet on the lawn near the Seward Park Playground at 3:30. Look for a St. Mark's banner and table to find us! From there, we will head around the Seward Park 2-mile paved and flat loop. Celebrate the turn to Ordinary Time by stretching your legs and then indulging in root beer floats! Families with children should plan to chaperone their own children around the loop as needed. The park is a popular place on Sunday afternoons so allow time for parking!

Compline on the Seventh Sunday of Easter, 2022

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Compline on the Seventh Sunday of Easter—The Sunday after Ascension Day | May 29, 2022 

The Order of Service and repertoire may be found at: https://complineunderground.wordpress.com/2022/05/28/compline-2022-the-seventh-sunday-of-easter/

 

May 29, 2022 • The Seventh Sunday of Easter: The Sunday after Ascension Day

PRAYERS FOR UVALDE, TX: Jesus, Son of Mary – (Tune: ADORO TE DEVOTE)

PROCESSIONAL: O clap your hands – Peter R. Hallock (1924–2014)

PSALM 68:1-20 – Peter R. Hallock

HYMN 220: O Lord Most High, eternal King (Tune: AETERNE REX ALTISSIME) – Plainsong, Mode I

NUNC DIMITTIS: Plainsong setting, Tone VI; harm. Thomas Tomkins (1572-1656)

ANTHEM: Viri Galilaei – William Byrd (1543-1623) [Green Book]

 

Jason Anderson, director • William Turnipseed, reader • Derek Tilton, cantor

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Starting Over in Prayer with Fr. Martin L. Smith

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UPDATED WITH VIDEO

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

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.


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Interfaith Prayer Vigil and March Decrying Gun Violence

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THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 6:30 P.M, starting at Temple De Hirsch Sinai, 1511 East Pike St.

On Thursday, June 2, all people of faith are invited to come together in a prayer vigil for the victims of the massacre in Uvalde. We will gather at 6:30 p.m. at Temple De Hirsch Sinai at 1511 East Pike Street, and then march to St. James Cathedral where we will continue to pray, remember the victims, and strengthen our resolve to end the scourge of gun violence in our nation.

Parking at Temple de Hirsch Sinai is limited. Please consider taking public transportation to the Temple. Free parking is available at St. James Cathedral.

If you wish, you may RSVP on Facebook here (not required).

20s & 30s Visit to Holy Trinity Ukrainian Orthodox Mission

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SUNDAY, JUNE 26, 4:30–6:30 P.M., at Epiphany Parish in Madrona, 1805 38th Ave, Seattle

Join with the 20s30s Group at 4:30 p.m. on June 26 at Holy Trinity Ukrainian Orthodox Mission (located in the chapel of Epiphany Parish Seattle, 1805 38th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122). Father Andriy Matlak has been working tirelessly to raise awareness and coordinate relief efforts with the support of Epiphany Seattle. We'll talk with him about his church, about Ukrainian Orthodoxy, and about how we can be allies to the people of Ukraine in this challenging moment. If you'd like to join us, or for more questions, email Michael Perera at perera.michael@gmail.com.

Made in Faith: Forum on Clothing and Sustainability

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UPDATED WITH VIDEO AND SLIDES

WEDNESDAY, MAY 11, 6:45-8:15 P.M., online via Zoom only

Join Creation Care for a special forum featuring parishioner Clara Berg, fashion historian and curator, and Richard Hartung, sustainable writer/blogger to discuss connections between clothing, the environment and our faith.

We'll share ways to buy less, choose well and make clothes last.


UPDATE: The slides form this presentation may now be seen here.

A video can be seen below:

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