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Twentieth Sunday after Pentecost (Bulletin)
October 11th - Second Sunday Organ Recital Series
Organ Recital of Edward J. Tipton (Bulletin)
You are cordially invited to attend the next concert in the Second Sunday Evensong/Organ Recital Series at St. Mark’s, Berkeley, on Sunday, October 11. Evensong (Bulletin) will begin at 3:00 p.m via Zoom, followed by an organ recital offered by Edward J. Tipton at 4:00 p.m. via Facebook Live. There will also be a reception to follow the organ recital. If you need any of that information and do not receive our Weekly Lion, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Ned” Tipton began his musical studies at the age of four, and gave his first recital at the age of six. He soon took up the violin, organ, trumpet, oboe, french horn, and flute. His first post as church organist was at the age of fourteen in his hometown – Asheville, NC – where he was a student of Marilyn Keiser and William Dan Hardin, and a piano student of Louise Ogle and Thelma Madge. As a winner of a Rotary International Foundation Scholarship for the school year 1979-1980, he continued his piano studies at the Ecole Normale de Musique, Paris, with the late Jules Gentil. He received his BM in Piano and his MM in Choral Conducting from the Oberlin College Conservatory of Music, Oberlin, Ohio, as a student of Sedmara Rutstein and Garth Peacock. His studies of the works of Maurice Duruflé were with the wife of the composer, Marie-Madeleine Duruflé, in Paris. Ned’s program will include music by Calvin Hampton, Myron J. Roberts, J.S. Bach, William Boyce, Herbert Howells, Maurice Duruflé and Charles Tournemire. (The full bio can be found in our Weekly Lion.)
October 11th - Sunday Morning Service
Dedication Anniversary Sunday (Bulletin)
Eighteenth Sunday after Pentecost (Bulletin)
This Sunday, St. Mark’s will be joining our fellow Episcopalians around the Bay Area for a Diocesan-wide livestreamed service at the cathedral with a special visit by our Presiding Bishop, Michael Curry. Visit Grace Cathedral’s Facebook page at 11AM for the Choral Eucharist. Afterward, Bishop Curry will be speaking live with Bishop Marc at a special 12:30PM forum.
Sixteenth Sunday after Pentecost (Bulletin)
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June 28th, 2020
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June 14th, 2020
Second Sunday after Pentecost (Bulletin)
Evening Prayer via Zoom (Bulletin)
Organ Recital (Program)
*main link to recorded recital*
*link to last portion of recital*
(Due to a technical issue, the main recital video cuts off during the last piece. The second video starts soon after that and contains the rest of the piece.)
June 7th, 2020
May 31st, 2020
Day of Pentecost/Whitsunday (Bulletin)
This Sunday St. Mark’s will be joining our fellow Episcopalians around the Bay for a Diocesan-wide service of Pentecost at the cathedral, live-streamed with Bp. Marc. The service is at 11am rather than 10am.
I’m proud to share with you that our own choir will sing for the service! This is thanks to some hard work from our singers recording themselves at home, and then many painstaking hours from George Emblom to stitch them all together. Their anthem is the famous Thomas Tallis motet, “If Ye Love Me,” perfect both for celebrating Pentecost and for encouraging us all in the midst of this long and uncertain time of pandemic.