Music featured on the PBS hit, Downton Abbey. Concert is sold out but another one has been scheduled. Opportunities for Greeters & Parking Lot Attendants.
Rev. Cynthia Bronson Sweigert will present an overview of Matthew’s Gospel and its core teachings.
A Lenten Prayer retreat to revive and rejuvenate the soul. Morning and Midday Offices prayed. Join prayer groups for the labyrinth, Rosary, Lectio Divina, Yoga, Knitting and Praying with Icons. Taize Chant Service at 1:15pm. Lunch included.
Music featured on the PBS hit, Downton Abbey.
This class is open to all, but is of special interest to anyone who interacts with children or youth: parents, grandparents, godparent, or friend. This course is required for all Council members and persons associated with Cathedral children and youth programs, and is to be renewed every five years.
This class, led by Deacon Rex McKee, is for any person who provides any type of pastoral ministry or is in any type of leadership role within our faith community. That description will include many members of our congregation, and everyone is encouraged to attend. The course offers guidance and standards for all Episcopal communities in our role of keeping all God’s people safe.
Join Dorothy Kunze as we study the lectionary readings for this Sunday in Lent.
Come to the next Newcomers lunch! If you are new or not so new to Saint Mark’s and want to discover more about our faith community, please join us for a light lunch and conversation. We conclude with a tour of many of the nooks and crannies of the 100 year old building.
Join Rev. Bill Donovan as we study the lectionary readings for this Sunday in Lent.
Rev. Cynthia Bronson Sweigert will present a session on Matthew and his relationship to Judaism, with special attention to the Passion narrative as written by Matthew.
The St. Mark’s Cathedral Singers present Passio by Arvo Pärt. Composed in 1982, this work is a Latin setting of the passion narrative from St. John’s Gospel, inspired by medieval composition and minimalistic techniques.
Find your hat and join your friends for tea. You won't want to miss the fun.
How is the Dean’s search coming? Join us for a report
Concert Organist Nigel Potts has become renowned worldwide as “a consummate musician who knows how to communicate the essence of [the] music”(The American Organist), whose “playing is assured and stylish” (Organists’ Review,UK).
Pope Francis burst onto the world stage a year ago and has captured the interest of many people with his candor, humility, and outgoing personality. Join Michael Summerfield for his reflections on the Pope’s Christian leadership and teachings. What does this Pope have to say to us as Episcopalians?
In commemoration of the 450th anniversary of Shakespeare’s birth and the outbreak of World War I, Raymond Johnston directs Maria Jette, Andrew Kane, the Cathedral Choir, Choral Society, and orchestra in a performance of English music.
Each day is filled with opportunities to explore art with a wide variety of artists! Come and see who you will meet this summer. A week filled with art, music, learning, friends and lots of fun! Save the date!