July 13, 2017

 

TRINITY EPISCOPAL CATHEDRAL 

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The Episcopal Youth Event
 
Every three years The Episcopal Church holds E.Y.E. - the Episcopal Youth Event for teens who are incoming high school sophomores through just graduated seniors. Usually held on a college campus, the event has taken place in different locations across the U.S., and draws youth from all over the Episcopal Church. Six years ago, I was fortunate to take a group to EYE in Minnesota; in 2014 it was held in Philadelphia, and Rev. Megan took a group from this diocese. Teens come from as far away as Guam, Puerto Rico, and the Episcopal Church in Europe.
Diocese of Northern California
contingent at EYE 2017.

It's an amazing experience to join almost 2,000 youth, chaperones, and bishops for this event. Our teens couldn't believe they were part of a church that was so big, and so far reaching. Many of the youth in my group had kept quiet about their faith in school; they'd been harassed for belonging to
Diocese of Northern California contingent at EYE 2017.
a church that supported LGBTQ people and women. They were so excited to meet others who shared this awesome church, and loved being able to worship, pray, sing, and work together!
 
This week one of our high school youth, Giovanni DelPiero, is at EYE 2017 in Oklahoma with the
Evening prayer at the Oklahoma City National Memorial.
contingent from our diocese. The focus this year is Pathways to Peace. We've attached some pictures of their week so far. Gio and our youth from the diocesan Pathways  event in June will be sharing their stories of these summer adventures in September.  While we're waiting to hear their stories, please keep Gio and all those
attending EYE in your prayers this week. Thank you - your support has made this possible!


Blessings,
 
 Kathy+

The Rev. Kathy Hopner
Director of Children, Youth and Family Ministries 
Trinity Cathedral, Sacramento
 
In this edition....
Cathedral Bookshop...
The Reading Corner...
Bishop's Holy Land Pilgrimage...
Ongoing...
NO Writer's Group meeting...
Voices of Faith...
Journey with Jesus...
This Sunday...
Cambridge University Choir...
Office Volunteer needed...
Parishioner Needs Assistance...
e-News Submission Guildlines...
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Cathedral Bookshop  
  
  Bookshop Hours
Tue, Wed, Thu:
11:00am - 5:00pm
Sun: 8:30am - 1:00pm
Phone: 916-442-9194 

The Reading Corner...

There's always something new in our library, which you can check out on the SECOND and FOURTH Sundays of the month.     ~~Phyllis Ehlert
 
Hiding in the Light by Fatima Rifqa Bary is the true and frightening story of a young Muslim girl, who decided at the age of twelve to convert to Christianity. She made news in 2009, when she left home, claiming her father had abused her and threatened to kill her because of her Christian faith. The event sparked debate on the role of women in Islam. The author remains in hiding today.
Bishop's 2018
Holy Land Pilgrimage

A Holy Land pilgrimage open to everyone in the Diocese from  January 24 - February 3, 2018 . The price (including airfare, room, board, and gratuities) is $4,295.

For more information and for a downloadable brochure, follow this link.

Ongoing... 

The Tuesday Morning Group
 

The Tuesday Morning Group (TMG) meets at 10:00am in the Trinity Conference Room.

 

All are welcome.  Contact Susan Hotchkiss

susan_hotchkiss1@hotmail.com with any questions.

Traveling Bible Study and 
 Spirituality Group
Trinity young adults (20s-30s) meet twice a month on Sunday afternoons for lunch, fellowship, and bible study around town.
 
The group also has community service opportunities and other social gatherings. If you would like to join the email list, email Rev. Megan at megan@trinitycathedral.org
Lunch Bunch...
 
...r esumes
Thursday, July 13, Noon in Room F
 
The Bishop suggests reading Toxic Charity: How Churches and Charities Hurt Those They Help by Robert Lupton. There has been a lot of positive feedback on the book and Eileen Harvey-Qualset will facilitate this discussion for a five-week series from July 13th through August 10th.
 
Bring a lunch, bring a friend, and join in!
Copies are available in the Cathedral Bookshop.
 
 If you have any questions, contact the Rev. Pamela Anderson at pamela@trinitycathedral.org
 
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Writing Group
Meets on Thursdays from 
3:00-4:30pm in the
Conference Room
DOES NOT MEET JULY 13
Anyone can write and everyone is welcome. Come check us out.
 
For information, contact June Gillam at gorillagirlink@gmail.com
or Bruce Roy at barinsac@comcast.net

The Trinity Icon
  Centering Prayer
Tuesday's, 6-7pm,
and
Thursday's, Noon-1:00pm
Cathedral East Transept
 
Centering Prayer is a method of meditation that helps quiet the mind and participate in God's presence.

Writer's Group

 

The Writer's Group will not meet today, Thursday July 13. 

Otherwise, we are on for all weeks in the summer, until further notice.

Voices of Faith
Thursdays at 7:00pm in the Assembly Area
 
July 13 -- Canon David Link presents one of the most important composers of church music in the twentieth century, Herbert Howells (1892 - 1983) was a contemporary of the more famous Vaughan-Williams and Holst. His prodigious output includes evening canticle settings for virtually every important English Cathedral and Collegiate choir, which are cornerstones of the Anglican choral repertoire. His music would certainly figure into the "top ten" of most church choral conductors, including Canon Link, who attributes wanting to be choral conductor to Howells' music!  Join us as we explore the music of this brilliant composer!

July 20 -- Susan Hotchkiss presents " 'Called by the Spirit' - Women of the Protestant Reformation" 

The 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation is being celebrated this year. Come and hear about how the event affected women, some quite well known such as Elizabeth I of England, many more just living out their lives as mothers, wives and witnesses of this earth shaking experience.

Follow this link for the full schedule through August 31.
JOURNEY WITH JESUS
Thursdays at 7:00pm
in the Conference Room
 
Journey with Jesus continues through the summer on Thursday evenings 7:00 PM in the Conference Room. Journey with Jesus is a small group Bible Study that focuses on the Sunday Gospel passage. ALL ARE WELCOME!

This Sunday - July 16

Music for this Sunday

9:00 am - The Summer Celebration Choir sings "Make me a channel of your peace" by Sebastian Temple. 

11:15 am - The Summer Cathedral Choir sings "For the fruit of all Creation" by F. Pratt Green and Francis Jackson. 
 
Canon David Link plays music by Max Reger.
Newcomers' Group
Does NOT meet on July 16.
   
A new group begins next Sunday, July 23.

Contact is Randie Strike: randie.trinity@gmail.com ;  916-446-2513
Sunday Morning
Summer Meditation Experience

Continuing through the end of August, 10:30-11:00 am in the Conference Room

Whether you have never meditated before, or whether you meditate all the time, these gathering are for you! Rev. Megan will guide the group in a different practice each session. There will be time for discussion and questions after each practice. If you have questions please contact Rev. Megan: megan@trinitycathedral.org

Next Week and Beyond... 

Cambridge University Choir
at Trinity Cathedral
Tuesday, July 18 at 7:30pm

The Chapel Choir of the Selwyn College, Cambridge, England, will appear in concert at Trinity Cathedral on Tuesday, July 18th at 7:30 pm. We are very excited to host this fine choir in their first west coast tour. The choir is conducted by Sarah MacDonald, who is the first woman to hold the post of Director of Music at an Oxbridge chapel!
 
Many of you will remember the last Cambridge chapel choir to sing here (Trinity College), which was perhaps the finest choral singing we've experienced in our Cathedral (which is saying something!). We anticipate this concert to be equally thrilling, so mark the date on your calendar, and plan to join us. Included will be music by Thomas Tallis, Michael Praetorius, Anton Bruckner, Gustav Holst, and many others.

The suggested donation is $15 general, and $10 for students & seniors (62+) at the door.

T he Church Office is in need of a Volunteer to staff the Front Desk on Friday afternoons from 1 to 5pm. 
The office is sometimes quiet on Friday afternoons but we still need someone to be in the office to answer the phones when someone calls the Cathedral. If you are available on Friday afternoons and would like to give volunteering in the Church Office a try contact Randie Strike at the church (916-446-2513) or on her cell phone, 916-203-7586.
 
There are wonderful people who provide training and it doesn't take long to get the hang of it. Please think about joining the Front Desk Volunteer Staff.
 
Thank you,
Randie Strike  
Newcomer & Volunteer Coordinator
Parishioner Needs Assistance 
Coming to Church

Lou Petrasek
Lou Petrasek is a resident at the Chateau at 2701 Capitol Avenue, just across the street from Trinity.  He would like to come to church at the 9 AM service on Sundays.  He has been a long time member at Trinity and was baptized here in 2011. The Chateau would like Lou to have an escort to and from church on Sunday mornings.  His Apartment is #411.  Since I have been unable to locate anyone to escort Lou back and forth across the street he has been unable to come to church for about 2 months now. If you or a group of you would be able to take on the responsibility of escorting Lou back and forth across the street on Sunday mornings both Lou and I would be so appreciative. I will let him know if you are able to bring Lou to church.  Contact me at anytime by e-mail or on my cell phone, 916-203-7586.

Thank you,

Randie

Randie Strike
Newcomer Volunteer Coordinator
Trinity Cathedral, Sacramento

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