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October 8, 2019
Repairing the Breach
Pre-convention meeting tonight!

All four pre-convention hearings will be held simultaneously via a closed Zoom meeting tonight Tuesday, October 8, at 7 p.m. Delegates and clergy can attend at one of four interactive viewing sites throughout the diocese.,



If you are unable to attend at one of the interactive sites, live-streaming of the meeting will be available at https://dsoconvention.org/preconvention-hearing/. Video of the live stream will be available after the meeting.
Registration for convention is open! Register at dsoconvention.org.
Register now for Women's Ministry Conference November 2

The 2019 Women's Ministry Conference, Plagued by Race & Class: Practicing the Way of Love, will be held on Saturday, Nov. 2 from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at Procter Center. Workshops by Annie Ruth, award-winning author, poet, artist, community advocate.

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Rooted in Jesus 2020

It’s time for the Episcopal Church to come together as disciples of Jesus and take a bold new step into the next decade. Let’s spend four days together, talking about discipleship in all its forms including leadership, evangelism, formation, preaching, communications and much more – so we can go out and be the Body of Christ together. Come and be a part of this first-of-its-kind Episcopal Conference:  Rooted In Jesus 2020 . Join us in Atlanta, Georgia from January 21-24, 2020!

From the calendar

Oct 8: Pre-convention hearings at 4 locations and live streamed
Oct 10: Renewal of Ministry at St. James, Westwood
Oct 11-13: Campus Ministry Fall retreat
Oct 17: Fall Clergy Day
Oct 19: Raising Justice Kids
Oct 24-26: Commission on Ministry
Oct 26: Lay Discernment Workshop
Oct 26: Safe Church training
Episcopal visitations

Oct 13: St. Paul's, Chillicothe (Breidenthal)
Oct 20: St. Margaret's, Trotwood (Breidenthal)
Announcements, resources
More events
Connecting with our cathedral
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Planning Our Future in the Way of Love

Our “ Next Century Visioning” process has begun! The steering committee has scheduled a series of “listening sessions” to offer a space where our whole community can gather and share its hopes and dreams for what the cathedral’s future might look like. The bottom line is: We seek to learn what those who live in our city and who are part of our diocese yearn for and aspire to, then pray about ways to go forward, and make our plans for the next decade.
 
The listening sessions allow for a time for fellowship and discernment for those involved and are conducted by a member of the steering team, whose sole purpose is to listen. Once these sessions have concluded, the steering team will distill the information they receive during the listening process and draft a set of priorities and goals for the cathedral’s next decade for feedback.

Nine sessions are available in October and early November so that you can find a time that works for you. To see the schedule or to learn more about our visioning process, visit cincinnaticathedral.com/next-century-vision/.
Music Live@Lunch
Music Live@Lunch

Music Live@Lunch is Christ Church Cathedral’s weekly concert series.

 Oct 15: Martha Folts  (harpsichord)
Cincy Chamber and vocal arts ensemble
CCO & VAE: The Cathedral Concert

Friday, October 18
7:30 p.m. 

Cincinnati’s Vocal Arts Ensemble and the Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra join forces under the baton of Eckart Preu to present a new arrangement of Vaughan Williams’ Fantasia on a Theme  by Thomas Tallis , Fauré’s  Requiem , and Vivaldi’s  Gloria .
Ticket Information: vaecinci.com
Taylor Branch
Taft Lecture Series

The cathedral is pleased to host Pulitzer Prize winner, historian, and MacArthur grant recipient Taylor Branch as Taft Lecturer on Monday, October 21 at 7 p.m. Branch is best known for his trilogy of books chronicling the life of Martin Luther King, Jr. and much of the history of the American Civil Rights Movement. No admission fee, but tickets are required.
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Christ Church Cathedral is located at 318 E. 4th Street in downtown Cincinnati. Visit cincinnaticathedral.com or call (513) 621-1817 to learn more.
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