Oct. 4: Join with the community at the Cathedral of the Incarnation to observe and celebrate the Feast Day of St Francis of Assisi, patron saint of ecology. Saturday's property clean up has been postponed to Saturday, Oct. 10, 9:30-11:30 am. Blessing of the Animals Sunday Oct. 4 at 5 pm, rain or shine.
Welcoming all people to worship joyfully, care deeply and act boldly as followers of Christ.
Sunday, Oct. 4-18 and Nov. 8 &15 Fr. Steve Swift, Ret., is completing preparation for a retirement ministry of “healing and wholeness through spiritual transformation.” After working with the Rev. Rob Voyle of Appreciative Inquiry (Seattle, WA). Fr. Steve seeks volunteers with whom to practice the skills he has learned. He seeks one group [...]
Healthy Eating – Natural solutions to improve your mood and your ability to focus. Mondays, Sept. 28th – Oct. 26th, 7-8:30 PM. Learn what to feed your brain to think smarter, focus better, and feel your best. Led by Karen Wright, Wright Health Coach, a certified holistic health coach and a member of the American Association of Drugless Practitioners.
Foyer Group sign-up is beginning and this is a great way to get to know others in the Cathedral family. “Foyer” is a French word meaning “hearthside” – implying the warmth of a close, small group of friends sharing a common friendship. A Foyer group will consist of eight to ten persons, assigned at random, and meeting, on a rotating basis, in each other’s homes once a month for about six months, to share a meal, conversation and fellowship. Click above for more information.
Please Join Us! The Cathedral-Waverly Art Program is back in session. We meet every Tuesday from 2:20 -5:00 at our partner school, Waverly Elementary / Middle. We hold two classes: one small class of hearing impaired students and a class of 30 after-school students. If you would like to volunteer, please contact Anne Stick: [...]
We are pleased to announce that beginning October 1, 2015, Anne Stick is joining the staff as Director of Children and Youth Formation. Anne will work with the Dean and Cathedral Ministry Team to support, coordinate and develop formation activities for children and youth.
Is Ta-Nehisi Coates’ Between the World and Me one of the books still on your to read list ? Now is the time to pick up the book and dive in. A discussion group will meet in Conference Room C @ 5:45 PM on Tuesdays, and the next meeting is Tuesday, Sept. 29th.
Nearly one year after Trail of Souls, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission invites you to participate in a book study - Dear White Christians: For Those Still Longing for Racial Reconciliation, by Jennifer Harvey. Wednesdays, 7-8 PM, Sept. 2-Oct. 28.
Sunday, October 25, 11:45 PM: Newcomers Luncheon. If you’re new to the Cathedral or have been here for a while and would like to learn how to become a member and be involved in this vibrant community please plan to attend a light luncheon in the Undercroft. The luncheon will begin after the 10:30 AM worship and provide a time for you to meet congregation leaders, staff and other new people.
Join acolytes from across the United States for a morning service of rededication and Holy Eucharist. Bring your processional crosses, banners, torches, thuribles, flags, and streamers for a festive procession of acolytes, clergy, and vergers. Workshops in the afternoon offer enrichment and instruction.
Friday, Oct. 30, 7-8:30 PM. Our organist, Ken Brown, will accompany silent movies on the pipe organ in the Cathedral. We'll show a 1910 version of Frankenstein from Edison Studios, a short from 1897, and Charlie Chaplin's The Immigrant. $10 donation for individuals and $20 for families. All monies benefit the music program. Popcorn is included and costumes are encouraged!