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Upcoming Events at Saint Mark’s

Remembering the Last Supper in the Upper Room, we will gather with a Taize chant and share a simple meal including lamb, fruit, figs, and olives. The liturgy will include a reading from Exodus and additional Taize music. Following supper, the Cathedral Choir will lead us in song as we process to the Nave and continue the liturgy with foot washing and Holy Eucharist. Childcare will be available from 6:00 p.m.

Apr 3, 7:30 pm

Directed by Canon Musician Raymond Johnston, the Cathedral Choir sings Charles Wood’s St. Mark's Passion.

Join us to watch and discuss The Secret Life of Bees (2008). Discussion will follow. Movie theater snacks provided.

Apr 18, 1 - 3:30 PM
3 hours

Tickets for the Downton Silver Tea are available for purchase on Sunday mornings and online.

Apr 25, 2015, 9 AM - Apr 22, 0005, 12 PM

Calling all hands for Cathedral Spring Clean-Up Day!

Apr 26, 12 pm

If you are new or not so new to Saint Mark’s, or want to discover more about our faith community, please join us for a light lunch and conversation.

Award-winning concert organist Aaron David Miller makes a welcome return to the Cathedral to present a stimulating program on the recently restored Cathedral organ. Goodwill offering.

A touching comedy that tells the story of a gay couple faced with temporary custody of a recently orphaned 11-year old nephew.

May 16, 7:30 pm

Elgar’s greatest oratorio depicts the journey of a soul from this world to the afterlife. Tickets: $20 ($10 students/seniors). Join us at 6:30 for Musical Conversations.

After nearly four decades together, Ben and George finally tie the knot, resulting in hardships.

Jane knows she is gay, but her Mom cannot accept this. Their strong mother-daughter bond is broken unless they can find a way to remember how much they love each other.

The true story of a tiny Welsh village in the midst of an ugly coal field strike that is given support by an unlikely group of gays from London. These two diverse groups discover that standing together is the strongest union of all.

A feature length documentary about Matthew Shepard that goes beyond the headlines of his tragic murder. The film seeks to tell the story of the Matthew the world hardly knows and to make sense of of this senseless tragedy.

Jul 27 - 31
4 days

Explore! Create! Adventure! Discover! Episcopal Creative Arts Day Camp (Monday-Friday)