Upcoming Events and Announcements
Visit the Renew the Cathedral webpage for up-to-date information, drawings, etc.
Wednesday, April 23 | Gathering @ 6:30pm, presentation begins @ 7:00pm in the Assembly Room
What’s new at St. Paul’s Social Services? Well, quite a lot is new actually. We’ve just approved a 3 year Strategic Plan that will take us in some of our usual directions, and many new directions related to healthy food, food skills and community.
Lynn Prentice, the Executive Director of St. Paul’s Social Services, will talk about St. Paul’s Social Services’ Strategic Plan, provide a tour of the services and be available for questions and discussion.
Summer Series: Wednesdays May 28 to June 18, 2014
Two series of four drop-in yoga classes suitable for beginning
and intermediate participants. Integrative yoga.
Cost is by donation with all proceeds will go to The Daily Bread
Program at St. Paul’s Cathedral.
The instructor is Lynn Prentice, Daily Bread Executive Director and Certified Yoga Teacher (CYT 200)
We now have a good supply of our famous marmalade for sale. The cost is $5.00 per 250 ml jar or $60 for a case of 12 jars. There is also a limited supply of ‘special’ marmalade at a cost of $6.00 per jar or $72.00 for a case. Marmalade is available for sale during Sunday coffee hour. See Jean Nurse after the 8:00am service, or Cicely Carter or Esther Moore after the 10:00am service. Many thanks for supporting this great project.
Fridays @ 10:00am | this 5-week series will begin April 25
In this five-week series, using a DVD and group participation, you are invited to participate in the latest “Embracing Faith…” group at St. Paul’s Cathedral. In these sessions, Diana Butler Bass expands on the ideas she developed in her recent book, Christianity after Religion, exploring what Christianity may look like beyond religion and beyond the church. Segments include (1) Arriving, (2) Believing, (3) Behaving, (4) Belonging and (5) Awakening.
Sessions are from 10:00 – 11:30 am on Friday mornings in the Guild Room, starting April 25.
Please contact Colleen Keech for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sundays, March 2 - April 6: 9:00-9:45am in the Guild Room.
"FAITH" - Beginning March 2 (9:00-9:45 am, in the Guild Room), we will explore the central topics of Christianity: God, Religion, Jesus, Salvation, Cross, Bible, and Church. These seven topics raise important and challenging questions: Is God real? What does it mean to be spiritual? What does it mean to walk in the way of Jesus? What does it mean to be "saved"? Why did Jesus die on the cross? Why read the Bible? How is the Church like a family? Each session will begin with consideration of the words of a leading contemporary Christian voice. The purpose of the series, led by Reverend Michael DeKay, is to offer an accessible, engaging, and rewarding exploration of big questions of the Christian faith. This will be a fine way to reflect and bear witness during the season of Lent.
Led by The Rev'd Michael DeKay
“On the difference between an eyeball and the earth” beginning on April 27th. This four-week course will explore the theological themes in environmental literature and their roles in the development of the environmental movement. We will also explore contemporary ethical issues and current challenges in order to imagine the shape of Christian environmentalism today.
Led by The Rev'd Canon Dr. William Danaher
Saturday mornings @ 10:00am
Do you enjoy knitting? Or would you like to learn? Knitting For Peace meet weekly on Saturday mornings from 10:00 until 12:00.
Knitters of all abilities are welcome, so even if you have never knit before, come on out and learn! Donations of yarn are always appreciated.
If you have any questions, feel
free to contact Heather Clark by email at email@example.com or by phone at 519-951-8385.
Palm/Passion Sunday - April 13
Monday in Holy Week - April 14
Tuesday in Holy Week - April 15
Wednesday in Holy Week - April 16
Maundy Thursday - April 17
Good Friday - April 18
Holy Saturday - April 19
The Sunday of the Resurrection: Easter Day - April 20
Friday, April 11: 7:00 - 8:30pm
PLEASE NOTE: the event will be taking place at St. John the Evangelist Anglican Church, 280 St. James Street, London, ON
On Friday evening April 11 and Saturday April 12, 2014, join Archdeacon Ellen Clark-King, Vicar, Christ Church Cathedral in Vancouver and Canon Tim Elliott, Honorary Assistant, Church of the Redeemer in Toronto for a powerful workshop on prayer.
For biographies and scheduling information, see the article in The CHIMES - Lent/Easter 2014 Edition
To register, contact the St. Paul's Cathedral Office.