Spring 2014, Vol. 71, No. 3 Seattle, Washington
aint Markâ€™s Episcopal Cathedral
tories of ministry. Photo credit Kevin C. Johnson
One the cover: The Cathedral Choir and musicians singing Bach’s Cantata 106. Canon Musician Mel Butler conducts. More on p. 14.
Welcome Inspire Transform Serve
Photos in this issue were primarily taken by Kevin Johnson and Liz Sloat The Very Rev. Steve Thomason, Dean & Rector; Liz Sloat, Editor The Rubric is a publication of Saint Mark’s Cathedral that looks at who we are as a community: as a parish, as a cathedral for the Diocese of Olympia, as Episcopalians, and as Christians. We take time to look at and celebrate all aspects of who we are. Please contact Liz Sloat, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 206.323.0300, ext. 219 if you have an idea for an article or are interested in volunteering. Subscribe by email at www.saintmarks.orgclick on the link "Join Our Email Lists". Subscribe by: US Mail: send your address by email to email@example.com or contact Liz at 206.323.0300, ext. 219.
Greetings from the Dean
Sunday Service Times 8 a.m. Eucharist in Thomsen Chapel 9 a.m. Eucharist in the Nave 11 a.m. Eucharist in the Nave 5 p.m. Choral Evensong in the Nave 7 p.m. Contemplative Eucharist in Thomsen Chapel 9:30 p.m. Compline in the Nave, chanted by the Compline Choir and broadcast live on KING 98.1 FM
CONTENTS Weekday Service Times 6:30 p.m. Evening Prayer Monday through Friday in McCaw or Thomsen Chapel Mondays, 7:15 pm Centering Prayer in Thomsen Chapel Wednesdays, 12 noon Holy Eucharist in Thomsen Chapel Thursdays, 7 a.m. Holy Eucharist in Thomsen Chapel Thursdays, 12noon Contemplative Prayer in the McCaw Chapel For more information about Worship at Saint Mark's, please go to http://www.saintmarks. org/Worship/ worship.php
The Rubric The Very Rev. Steve Thomason, Dean; Liz Sloat, Editor The Rubric is published quarterly by Saint Mark's Episcopal Cathedral. If you are interested in writing for the Rubric, have a suggestion for an article, or just want to offer feedback, please contact the editor at firstname.lastname@example.org. To receive a printed, U.S. posted version of this electronic format, please submit your request with name and mailing address to email@example.com or to The Rubric, c/o Saint Mark's Cathedral, 1245 10th Ave E, Seattle, WA 98102-4398.
Building for Ministry
Saint Markâ€™s Prepares for Capital Campaign
â€” by Maria Coldwell, Junior Warden
Campaign Co-Chairs, John and Carol Hoerster
Honorary Co-Chairs, (top) The Rt. Rev. Cabby & Hyde Tennis; (bottom) Mary Coon & Mel Butler
The Design Process has Started - by Walter Stuteville, co-chair, Design Committee firstname.lastname@example.org
Practicing Practicing Faith Faith
Flowers are a Great Gift
Working together to care for our community:
Excerpts from a Sermon preached by The Very Rev. Steve Thomason, Dean and Rector on Sunday, March 2, The Last Sunday after Epiphany, Year A
ICON: The Transfiguration (Spaso Preobrazhensky Monastery, Yaroslavl, ca 1516) www.patrickcomerford.com/2011/04/ transfiguration-finding-meaning-in.html
Dr. Peter Hallock remembered for bringing Compline and Flentrop to Cathedral.
Adapted from complinechoir.org/about/peter-hallock
Around the Diocese, Meet the Dean
creating conversation over beer
Saint Markâ€™s Musicians perform Bachâ€™s Cantata 106
Episcopal Preaching Foundation
Charter for Compassion conference brings TED winner Karen Armstrong and the Rev. Joan Brown Campbell to campus.
Alleluia, he is risen! -
Working for Long Term Change
To our friends at Saint Marks: Thank you so much for the latest hunger offering donation. Wow! This was the largest donation from St. Marks in over 15, generous years. And we are happy to announce that for the rest of 2014, 100% of your offerings will go directly to purchase food for Food Bank clients. THANK YOU!! Mason Lowe, Downtown Food Bank 16
Celebrating the Spirit of the Diocese of Olympia
Author Barbara Brown Taylor speaks at Saint Mark’s
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