Photos from our Mardi Gras party.
Welcoming all people to worship joyfully, care deeply and act boldly as followers of Christ.
Last Sunday, January 31, 2016, we held our Annual Meeting. We elected Karen DeCamp, Steve Fowl, Mark Looney and Apolo Ndyabahika to the Chapter. Brad Peabody and Christina Way are being appointed to fill unexpired terms. David Pontius is being appointed to serve as a youth representative.
Are you interested in refreshing your faith? Did you grow up in a different faith tradition? Have you been baptized? Are you curious about why we do things the way we do at the Cathedral? If so, you will enjoy being part of the Exploring our Faith group that is gathering during Lent. The Rev. Rob Boulter, Acting Dean, will lead six sessions beginning Sunday February 14 and concluding on Palm Sunday, March 20th from Noon to 2pm.
Study the Gospel of John with Bishop Bob Ihloff. Did you know 90% of John's Gospel is found only in John? From the opening sentences, John wants us to understand Jesus theologically. Participants are urged to bring a Bible translation or paraphrase of their own choosing. Bibles will also be on hand in Room C.
On Friday, February 12, there will be a Dinner with the Dean for all newcomer's to the Cathedral. An invitation has been mailed out to all newcomers who have filled out a welcome card. If you did not receive an invite, are new to the Cathedral and would like to join in, please email Ann Tabler in the office.
This Lent, we are invited to examine unsustainable patterns of consumption and self-interest that have contributed to economic crisis. Repairing the Breach: Discipleship and Mission in a Global Economy, produced in partnership with Forward Movement, provides free daily meditations and videos, and covers topics ranging from employment and consumerism to food and the environment.
We will finish out the conference on Thursday, March 10 beginning at 5 pm. We’ll watch the two 20 minute sessions from the Saturday session, have dinner together, and watch Anna Deavere Smith’s presentation live from NY.
The Cathedral leadership has begun an intentional period of exploration which we are calling “Discerning the Path Forward.” This is a time to assess the future leadership needs of the Cathedral and in particular, to discern if the Rev. Rob Boulter, Acting Dean, should be called to the position of Dean. Click to read about the entire process.