June 17, 2022
2nd Saturday of the Month
5:00 PM Celtic Eucharist - Cathedral

Last Saturday of the Month
5:00 PM Celtic Spirituality Night - Cathedral

8:00 AM Holy Eucharist - Cathedral
10:00 AM Holy Eucharist - Cathedral & Virtual
12:30 PM Santa Eucaristía - Cathedral & Virtual

9:00 AM Holy Eucharist & Healing - Good Shepherd Chapel
Covid Level RED — Masks required We have been following the CDC’s guidance for masking recommendations based on Covid-19 Community Levels. The Community Level in Lehigh and Northampton counties is now HIGH, or level RED. At this level all who are able should be masked when inside the Cathedral buildings. Please see our website nativitycathedral.org for complete guideline. 
Those who are in need of healing – Lillian Lewis, Anne, Wes Vogel, Robert, Susan Mast, Carol Czechowski, Debra Daniel, Bebe and Jack Lockwood, Dolores Cauller, Sue Koontz, Peggy Hilgert, Marion Chapman, Martha Golfphin, Emilia Isaacs, Dick Barsness, Puddy Cluett, Blanche Case, Allie Brockman, Tracy Kehoe

Those serving in the military and places of danger – Stephen Hunter, Robert Wilkins, Kenny Lange, Nicole Albertson, Carlos Xavier Orellana, J.D.

Parish Cycle of Prayer – Martha Capwell Fox and Joe, Amanda and Paul Fox; George and Stephanie Carver; Blanche Case; Lisa Catullo and Savannah Catullo-Fick

The Church and the World – Gethsemane Cathedral, Fargo, North Dakota; Trinity, West Pittston; The Commission on Ministry; Sonder Parish, Kajo Keji; Province of the Episcopal Church of South Sudan; the outreach ministries of Nativity, especially Gideons and all who work for biblical literacy throughout the world

For our Partner Cathedral Emmanuel Cathedral in Romogi, for Pianaleh their Dean, and for the people of that Cathedral church, that we may grow stronger in our partnership and in our faith
Parking in the lower lot is reserved for handicap only. Parking is available in the upper lot, in the New Street garage at 324 S. New Street, at the Fourth and Wyandotte lot Sundays until 1PM, and on street along Fourth Street and in the 400 block of Wyandotte Street.
Nativity Transition News
The Search is On! The Search Committee has officially launched the search for our new Dean & Rector. Please visit our website, under the Dean Search tab, to view our parish profile and application process.
Would you like to nominate a candidate for the Dean & Rector position? Please email search@nativitycathedral.org the name of the potential candidate, their contact information, and a statement (300 words max) of why your nominee would be a good match for us. 
Cathedral Arts / Music
Education for Ministry
Do you have questions about your faith? EfM is a 4-year course of study providing the framework to connect faith to our daily lives through reading and discussion. An EfM group meets at Nativity Wednesday evenings 6:30-8:30 PM September through May.
Faith in Action
Food Drive for Fountain Hill Elementary Our friends at FHES are looking to stock up their current food pantry, as it is currently low on stock. Bring rice, canned meat (tuna, chicken, etc.), easy lunches (peanut butter, jelly, ramen, mac and cheese) and canned fruits and veggies and place in the boxes at the back of the Nave of the Cathedral. Or visit this Amazon Wishlist and order away!
Healing and Wholeness
Praying our Light to Shine! Praying our way to hope with Anglican Prayer Beads. An offering from our Ministry of Healing and Wholeness.

In the 1980’s a group of Episcopalians set out in group contemplative prayer using beads. The experience is similar to the Roman tradition of praying the rosary but unique in that there is a more meditative focus. This type of prayer will deepen and transform your devotions into a richer spiritual experience. Yet more transformative is to do so in community with Cathedral companions and our friends! Prayer beads are not required. Contact the church office for beads 610-865-0727 or email

Prayer Bead Meditations: Monday Evenings at 7 PM
Meeting ID: 811 2302 4927
Passcode: 785220
Our LGBTQ+ Spirituality Group will be meeting on Monday, June 20th at 7:00PM in Room 21!
Are you LGBTQ+ identifying? Come and join us! We meet each 3rd Monday of the month.
There will be pizza and great conversation. Bring yourself and a friend! Interested in joining us?
Our Healing Ministry resumes at the Cathedral As available, there will be a healing team at the font and/or in the chapel available to offer prayers for healing, laying on of hands as requested and/or anointing with oil. If there is a team present, please do avail yourself of this opportunity during the distribution of communion. Shalom.
Our Altar Flowers fund balance has been in the red for the last several months. Parishioner contributions would be much appreciated. You may donate online by going to the Nativity website. Click on “Donate Now” then click on “Altar Flowers” and enter your donation amount. Or, you may send a check to the Church office and write “Altar Flowers” on the memo line of your check. Your support of this ministry is greatly appreciated.
If you are spring cleaning, the Thrift Shop would love to have your household items.
Monday Flower Group Volunteer Needed The Monday flower group is looking for a volunteer for the months of May and December. Please call Angelica Baez for more information at 610-509-0659 or email at angie73@rcn.com. Each week a volunteer from the group produces and delivers a beautiful arrangement from the Sunday altar flowers to our hospitalized parishioners. (NOTE: Due to pandemic constraints, office arrangements are currently done on Tuesdays and there are no hospital deliveries.)
Parishioners in the Hospital If a family member is hospitalized, please contact either the clergy or leave a message with the parish office (610-865-0727) informing us of who is in the hospital and at which hospital.
Ukraine Crisis Response More than two million people have been displaced, making this the fastest-growing refugee crisis since World War II. Your immediate support will help Episcopal Relief & Development and other Anglican partners provide humanitarian assistance. https://support.episcopalrelief.org/ukraineresponse. Please continue to pray for those affected by this conflict.
Creation Care TIP of the week Is an old bicycle resting unused in your garage? Donate it to Community Bike Works. Read all about this great program at https://communitybikeworks.org
Comunidad Hispana / Latina
La Canóniga Sandy Milien sandy@diobeth.org
Friday, June 17
10:00 AM Thrift Shop open until 2 PM
6:00 PM Evening Prayer in Spanish – Virtual

Saturday, June 18
9:00 AM Altar Guild Prep - Cathedral
9:00 AM Finance Committee Meeting - Room 21
10:00 AM Thrift Shop open until 1 PM
6:00 PM Evening Prayer in Spanish - Virtual

Sunday, June 19
8:00 AM Holy Eucharist - Cathedral
10:00 AM Holy Eucharist - Cathedral & Virtual
12:30 PM Spanish Eucharist - Cathedral & Virtual

Monday, June 20
No Staff in Office - Staff work remotely
6:00 PM Evening Prayer in Spanish - Virtual
7:00 PM Prayer Bead Meditation - Zoom
7:00 PM LGBTQ Spirituality - Room 21

Tuesday, June 21
6:00 PM Evening Prayer in Spanish - Virtual
7:00 PM Vestry Meeting - Dining Room

Wednesday, June 22
9:00 AM Holy Eucharist & Healing - Good Shepherd Chapel
10:00 AM Thrift Shop Open until 2 PM
6:00 PM Evening Prayer in Spanish - Virtual
Thursday, June 23
10:00 AM Thrift Shop open until 2 PM
6:00 PM Evening Prayer in Spanish - Virtual

Friday, June 24
10:00 AM Thrift Shop Open until 2 PM
6:00 PM Evening Prayer in Spanish - Virtual

** Visit nativitycathedral.org for links to virtual opportunities. **
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