A celebration of stories and music for Saint Mark’s 2020 Campaign.

Our good works continue.

Though our event is behind us, we have much work ahead to continue the good works of St. Marks. Homeless people still need our help. Hungry people need to be fed. St. Markans near and far need their church community alive and well. Please give to St. Marks as our pledge drive continues. We still have some ground to cover to reach our pledge drive goal!

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Watch the Event Again!

RECORDED EVENT ITINERARY

Opening

(0:00) – J.S. Bach – Fugue in Eb Major, based on the hymn “O God, Our Help in Ages Past”
(1:00) – The Very Rev. Paul J. Lebens-Englund / Dean, Saint Mark’s Episcopal Cathedral
(4:30) – “I was glad” by Hubert H. Parry, sung by the Cathedral Choir

Mark One: Proclaim Good News

(10:00) – The Very Rev. Paul J. Lebens-Englund / Dean, Saint Mark’s Episcopal Cathedral
(11:20) – The Rt. Rev. Craig Loya, X Bishop Episcopal Church in Minnesota
(14:55) – Ted Sherman, Council Member and Gather commissioner
(17:30) – John & Lois Satterberg, Saint Mark’s Members
(21:05) – Regina Marie Williams, “Old Time Religion”
(24:50) – Tracy Jones, Saint Mark’s Member
(27:00) – Jim Arnold, Saint Mark’s Member
(29:30) – The Rev. Timothy Kingsley, Canon Pastor
(34:40) – The Rev. Anna V. Ostenso Moore, Associate Priest for Family MInistry
(42:10) – “Listen, Sweet Dove” by Grayston Ives

Mark Two: Teach, Baptize, Nurture

(44:50) – The Very Rev. Paul J. Lebens-Englund / Dean, Saint Mark’s Episcopal Cathedral
(45:50) – The Rev. Siri Hauge Hustad, Associate Priest for Liturgical Coordination
(50:00) – Mary Lusk, Canon Community Developer
(50:55) – Stacey Clatanoff, Youth Minister
(54:45) – Regina Marie Williams, “The Little Light of Mine”
(55:20) – John Zheng and Dex Liu with Ethan and Adam Liu, Saint Mark’s Members
(58:35) – Joan Potter, Saint Mark’s Member

Mark Three: Loving Service

(1:01:45) – The Very Rev. Paul J. Lebens-Englund / Dean, Saint Mark’s Episcopal Cathedral
(1:03:10) – The Rev. Rena Turnham, Deacon and Associate for Community Engagement
(1:12:55) – Opening chorus to Contata 39: Brich dem Hungrigen dein Brot.
(1:19:15) – Heidi Haner, Saint Mark’s Member
(1:23:10) – The Dignity Center: Mary Martin, Director
(1:25:35) – Regina Marie Williams, “Every Time I Feel the Spirit”
(1:29:10) – Minneapolis College: Julie Vang, Resource and Referral Coordinator for Student Resource Center

Mark Four: Transform Unjust Structures

(1:31:00) – The Very Rev. Paul J. Lebens-Englund / Dean, Saint Mark’s Episcopal Cathedral
(1:32:50) – Stuart MacDonald, Stewardship Chair
(1:36:50) – The Rev. Winnie Varghese, Trinity Church, New York
(1:42:30) – John Cuningham, Saint Mark’s Member
(1:44:50) – Bill Holmes, Saint Mark’s Member
(1:47:30) – John Cole, Interim Director, Align MPLS
(1:51:20) – Regina Marie Williams
(1:57:00) – Jess T. Dugan: “To Survive on This Shore: Photographs and Interviews with Transgender and Gender Nonconforming Older Adults, Minneapolis Institute of Arts
(2:08:15) – The Rev. Katie Capurso Ernst, Community Organizer

Mark Five: Creation Care

(2:18:50) – The Very Rev. Paul J. Lebens-Englund / Dean, Saint Mark’s Episcopal Cathedral
(2:20:10) – Buff Grace, Minnesota Interfaith Power & Light
(2:23:20) – Joe Ward and Stuart MacDonald
(2:35:50) – “Stars” by Ēriks Ešenvalds — Cantus
(2:40:00) – Stuart MacDonald, Stewardship Chair
(2:45:20) – “O Pray for the Peace of Jeruselem” by Herbert Howells, sung by Cathedral singers

Closing

(2:51:25) – The Very Rev. Paul J. Lebens-Englund / Dean, Saint Mark’s Episcopal Cathedral
(2:55:45) – Wir Danken Dir, Gott, J.S. Bach (We thank you, O God)

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