Upcoming Events and Announcements
Visit the Renew the Cathedral webpage for up-to-date information, drawings, etc.
Sunday, October 19 at 11:45am
The first of the fall refectory lunches will be served in the Assembly Room, after coffee hour on Sunday, October 19.
Employment Opportunity: Fellowship Centre Transitional Coordinator Position - St. Paul’s Cathedral Social Services
St. Paul’s Social Services (SPSS), which includes the Daily Bread Food Bank and the Fellowship Centre, is a registered charity that responds to London and area residents who are in need of emergency food access and other support services. The Fellowship Centre, open weekdays, serves lunch to over 3,000 individuals a month.
Job Description: Transitional Coordinator Position - one year contract
Job Summary: SPSS has recently embraced a three year strategic plan that promotes healthy food, food skills and community. During the next year The Fellowship Centre will transition from a soup kitchen model of service to a model that offers space for people to spend time and possibly participate in programming and eat lunch. The Fellowship Centre Transitional Coordinator will be responsible for providing food service to people who come for meals while ensuring a safe and harmonious environment. He or she will also coordinate the acquisition of food for Fellowship Centre meals. The coordinator will help to create and transition volunteer teams for food preparation and service, working with team co-leads to develop menus and prepare food. The coordinator will participate in team meetings and agency planning and work within a team setting to begin the development of programming for people who come to the Fellowship Centre.
Sundays: 9:00-9:45am in the Guild Room.
The Rev'd Michael DeKay will lead three Sundays @ 9 sessions from September 28 - October 19
“This was never taught in school!” was the response of one parishioner to the Anglican Church of Canada website article: “Learning to call one another friends: The Primate’s Commission on Discovery, Reconciliation and Justice.” We will be exploring the issues of:
1. The Doctrine of Discovery (September 28),
Sundays @ 9 classes will be facilitated by Rev. Michael DeKay, along with guest speaker Russell Raikes, a lawyer specializing in aboriginal issues.The "Doctrine of Discovery" article is available at: www.anglican.ca.
We invite you to study the Bible with us. Bible Study runs Thursdays 2 p.m. in the Guild Room led by the Reverend Ruth Ferrier. Continuing with the study of the Acts of the Apostles which was begun last spring, we will look at the historical background of the reading and discuss its spiritual implications for us today. Please join us for study, interesting conversation and refreshments.
The Cathedarl Choir will continue its outreach program, travelling to the parishes of the Diocese to sing Choral Evensong. Dates are:
October 19 – St. Paul’s Church, Port Dover
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.
If you have any questions, feel
free to contact Heather Clark by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 519-951-8385.