Event category archives: fellowship

  • 8 days left
  • Women of the Diocese are invited to the Cathedral on Dec. 2 at noon for a Christmas Potluck and Cookie Exchange. Bring a favorite potluck dish, a couple dozen cookies (store-bought or home-made) and join the fellowship. We will also be gathering items for the Borderlands Ministries.
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  • The Angel Tree ministry is an important outreach to children in our neighborhood, esp. our Food Pantry families. Starting November 19, you can take a tag, or 2, from the tree in the Gallery and purchase gifts for the child listed. You are also invited to buy a turkey, when they are on sale, to... [read more]
  • 177 days left
  • Our Cathedral Choirs once again offer their annual Great Hymns & Anthems concert with the Cathedral’s resident brass ensemble, Breaking Brass, and timpanist Douglas Cardwell. The Cathedral Choirs present a program of favorite repertoire from the liturgical year for choirs, organ and brass, along... [read more]
  • 9 days left
  • On the first Sunday of alternate months (February, April, June, August, October, December) Cathedral members provide breakfast at St. Martin's Hospitality Center. This consists of casseroles, juice, and other items. Members also serve the breakfast. Next Breakfast will be at St. Martin's on Dec. ... [read more]
  • 15 days left
  • Knitters Group meets on the 2nd Saturday of each month from September to May. This group knits, and crochets, scarves to be given to homeless and needy visitors to the Front Desk. A label and small cross are attached to each scarf given out. Once a quarter the scarves are blessed during the Sunda... [read more]
  • 44 days left
  • On the First Sunday of each month, during the program year, a breakfast is provided at 10:00 AM, between the 9 and 11AM liturgies. This offers a great time to get to know new people and visit with old friends. The next Breakfast will be in January.   
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  • The Discussion group meets Wednesdays from 1:00 a.m.-2:30 p.m. in the Conference Room. The group is studying prophetic literature in the Bible. The first book will be Isaiah. All are welcome. No class on November 22. Contact Canon Michael Drinkwater.