Cathedral News

4.13.17
      
What's happening here at your Episcopal Cathedral?
 
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Coming This Week:

Thursday, April 13 - Maundy Thursday
6:00 pm    Agape Meal (Sproat Hall)

Friday, April 7 - Good Friday
12:00 pm Liturgy for Good Friday
12:30 pm   Muslim Friday Prayers (Sproat Hall)
1:00 pm Traditional Stations of the Cross & Labyrinth Prayers
2:00 pm Migrant Workers Stations of the Cross & Labyrinth Prayers
7:00 pm  Liturgy for Good Friday in Chinese

Sunday, April 16 - Easter Sunday
8:00 am   Holy Eucharist
9:00 am  Coffee Hour
10:00 am   Holy Eucharist-The Rev. Nancy E. Gossling, preacher
12:30 pm   Holy Eucharist in Chinese  
 
Monday, April 17
Offices Closed
9:00 am - 3:00 pm   MANNA Library Hours
10:00 - 11:30 am  MANNA Leadership Team Meeting
11:30 am - 12:30 pm  Monday Lunch
1:00 pm  Holy Eucharist (Sproat Hall)
2:00 pm  Alcoholics Anonymous (Lawrence Room) 

Tuesday, April 18
9:00 am - 3:00 pm  MANNA Library Hours
9:30 am  MANNA Writers' Group (Sproat Hall)
11:00 am  Christian Meditation 

Wednesday, April 19
10:00 am  Holy Eucharist

In the Spotlight  
  
Maundy Thursday
On Maundy Thursday, April 13, there will be an Agape Meal with our sister congregations, MANNA, The Crossing, and the Chinese Ministry.  Donations of new clean white socks are requested.

Special Schedule this Sunday. April 16 (Easter Sunday)
There will be 8:00 a.m. Eucharist this Sunday, April 16th. Following the service there will be Coffee Hour in the Lawrence Room for those attending the 8:00 service.

After the 10:00 service on Sunday there will be a festive Coffee Hour/Brunch in the Lawrence Room. Main courses will be provided, and congregation members are asked to bring side dishes and desserts to share.

Here's a listing of all our services during Holy Week:

 
Beginning April 23rd the 8:00 Eucharist on Sundays goes on hiatus until further notice.

Please keep your pledge payments up to date
We have received pledges from 21 households/individuals totaling almost 2,600 hours of service to our community, almost  6 ,000  hours of prayer, and over $48,000. Please stay up to date with your pledges payments so that we can stay on target with our budgeting. If you need a pledge card you can contact the Cathedral office or pick one up on Sunday in church.

The Pilgrim
  

The One to Trust

by Paul Massop

 

Who do I trust? I trust he who took away sins for all mankind, that so whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life. I trust him to make a straight and narrow path for his beloved children. He protects his people. He said "no weapon against me shall prosper." Not only do I trust him, I love him. We can't fully understand the Lord through the Bible, but  if you have a personal relationship with him, he will answer your questions because as he said: Ask and it shall be opened, seek and you shall find.

 

The Pilgrim Journal is written by our homeless friends of the Blackseed Writers Group. Sign up for an annual print subscription for $25 by designating your gift to the Monday Lunch Program on our giving page (make sure you specify that your gift is for a Pilgrim Subscription), or send a check to the Cathedral Offices with "Pilgrim Subscription" in the memo line.

  
Check out our web site at www.thepilgrim.org.

 

Congregation Corner
Prayers Requested
 
Please keep in your prayers especially these members of our congregation:
  • Jennifer Cheong How
  • Margaret Ellen Comer
  • Andrew Del Pilar
  • Gail Farmer
  • Valrie Harris
  • The Rev. Brian S. Kelley
  • William McConaga
  • Jean Mohnacs
  • Margarita Sanchez-Nutting
  • Betsy Munzer
  • Vinnie Panico
  • The Rev. Kathryn Piccard
  • David Reid
  • Julie Uhler
  • The soul of Ruth Sievert
This Sunday
April 16, 2017

See In the Spotlight for details about this Sunday.

Please speak to Deacon Cynthia Pape if you are interested in serving at the altar during our services, or assisting with preparation and cleaning up after services. 
Rosters and Readers 
Lessons for April 16, 2017

For the lessons for Easter Sunday,  click  here.
   
Celebrant
Bishop Barbara C. Harris
Preacher
The Rev. Nancy E. Gossling
Assisting
Canon Cristina Rathbone
Deacon
The Rev. Cynthia D. Pape
Verger
Loren Gary
Sub-deacon Richie Lizine
Thurifer
Jeffrey Seamans
Crucifer
Claire Cocchi
Acolytes James Dukes, Steven Tulloch
Lectors, 1st Lesson
Mark Felt
             2nd Lesson  Susan Butler
Intercessor
Ann Page Stecker
Healing Minister
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Organist/Choir Director
Louise E. Mundinger
Choir Cathedral Schola
Greeters
Jennifer Cheong How, Donna Browne, Cynthia McConaga
Coffee Hour Hosts
Pot-luck

Coming Up and Reminders
 
The Cathedral and Diocesan Offices will be closed on Monday, April 17, for the Patriots' Day holiday. MANNA activities will take place as usual.

Beginning April 23rd, the 8:00 Sunday Eucharist will be on hiatus until further notice.

Two of the Cathedral's and St. John's long-time and faithful friends, Vinnie Panico and The Rev. Kathryn Piccard , are in nursing care and would like visits or to hear from us via cards and notes! Vinnie's at Milton House Center, 1200 Brush Hill Rd., Milton, MA 02186-2337. Kathryn's address is 417 South Ave., Holmes, PA, 19043.

The Crossing, our emergent church community which provides worship every Thursday at 6:00 p.m. in the cathedral sanctuary.  For more information about worship and The Crossing's many other offerings, go to  thecrossingboston.org or email  info@thecrossingboston.org.



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