Deliverance Really?
Saturday, August 24, 2019
9:00 a.m.—3:00 p.m .
Seminar led by Fr. Mark Chesnut and Susan LaDuke
$25 per person materials
and lunch included
Regardless of how we feel about the demonic, demons, and evil, and whether we believe in them or not, they are nonetheless a reality that we must contend with as Christians. The task of any ministry for folks demonized or oppressed by demons is not simply for specialists. Jesus gave authority to the 12, but also to 72 other disciples to preach the gospel, heal the sick, and drive out ALL demons (Luke 9 & 10). This indicates that it was not solely work for the apostles, but also a necessary and normal part of ministry for disciples of Christ. But how to go about it so that Christ can set the captives free? The seminar will present numerous Scriptural references, set the issue in a Scriptural context, define what is meant by evil, satan, and demons, and provide practical counsel so that Christians may provide, as needed, intercession for deliverance. It will also emphasize that the most important aspect of deliverance ministry is not casting out demons, which is secondary, but getting the person healed.
Tuesday Healing Service
August 27, 2019 | 10 a.m.

Gary Roosa
Christ Church, Coxsackie
Music by Terry Kelly

Save the Date!
The Dean and Chapter
The Cathedral of All Saints
Invite You To
A Cathedral Homecoming Celebration
Picnic on the Grounds
The Cathedral Choir of Men and Boys
and A Brass Quintet
September 15, 2019
at 11:30 AM
In Celebration of
A New Cathedral Floor
A New Outdoor Garden and Performance Space
The Launching of a New Look for the Cathedral Brand
The Announcement of the 2019-2020 Cathedral Arts Program
The Picnic will be preceded by a special
Service of Thanksgiving at 10:00 AM
sung by The Cathedral Choir of Men and Boys
All are welcome at both events.

Celebration Hymnals Needed
Zion Episcopal Church in Hudson Falls is in need of additional Celebration Hymnals. They are looking for possible 25 books. If your parish has a few to spare please contact Mtr. Nancy Goff at 518-932-9286 .