October 3, 2019 announcements
From the Pulpit
This Week's Commentary
October 3, 2019

To each is given the manifestation of the Spirit for the common good. To one is given through the Spirit the utterance of wisdom, and to another the utterance of knowledge according to the same Spirit, to another faith by the same Spirit, to another gifts of healing by the one Spirit, to another the working of miracles, to another prophecy, to another the discernment of spirits, to another various kinds of tongues, to another the interpretation of tongues.
--1 Corinthians 12: 7-10
 
In April 2016, a man greeted me outside the Great Doors after worship at Trinity Cathedral. He introduced himself as David Chavez, a representative of Fuller Seminary, and he was interested in creating a strategic partnership between Fuller’s Field Education/Church Vocations department and Trinity Cathedral. Little did I know at that point whom I was actually meeting: a wonderful colleague, theologian, pastor, and friend.
 
David Chavez has been a part of Trinity’s worshiping community for three and a half years, and he joined the cathedral’s staff in May 2017.  It is, therefore, with very mixed emotions that I announce that David will be leaving the staff of Trinity Cathedral in early November, to begin a very exciting special assignment, working directly for our bishop.  Throughout his tenure, David has brought a wonderful sense of professionalism, excellence in preaching, and a thirst for the presence of God to the people of Trinity Cathedral.  He will be missed greatly, and we know that he will find success and blessing wherever he goes.
 
Plans are underway at-present with Bishop Reddall’s office to find a new Associate for the Spanish-speaking community at Trinity.  Bishop Reddall and her staff have been extremely responsive and will be collaborating with Trinity in our search.  Our commitment to multicultural ministries will continue, and we will continue championing Trinity’s mission:  Welcoming all to be transformed in Christ, through worship, fellowship, and service.
 
Who can forget the celebration we all experienced in December 2018 at David’s ordination to the priesthood, along with mariachis, the full choir, and our wonderful guest preacher?   In that same spirit, I would like to cordially invite you to celebrate with David Chavez on All Saints’ Sunday, November 3, at 8 and 10, which will be his last Sunday with us.   As always, we will have wonderful music, David will be our preacher, and after the 10 o’clock service, we will have a wonderful celebration in his honor, with great food and wonderful activities for people of all ages.   Save-the-date and don’t forget!   On Sunday, November 3rd, let’s celebrate David and honor all the saints of God!
 
At Trinity, we are continuously blessed by the people who God sends to be a part of our community.   While we feel sad to say goodbye, we can rest assured that the hand of God is upon all our work and ministry.  We are people who encounter blessing, and in turn, send people out to bless others.  It is in this spirit that we bless David Chavez, that we thank him for his wonderful work, and we wait with great anticipation for the marvelous works that God has in store for us in our future.
 
In Christ’s peace,
Theological Reflection 
Theological Reflection - An opportunity for theological reflection will be held at the Cathedral after coffee hour THIS SUNDAY, as follow up to the PBS documentary; “ The American Experience: A class apart - A Mexican American Civil Rights Story.”

The reflection activity will convene in the top-level Conference Room at 11:30 a.m. and will end at 1:00 p.m. Bring your coffee and light refreshments will be available. Please view the film prior to attending the reflection. 
Hispanic Heritage Month
In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, Trinity Cathedral invites you to the Hispanic Heritage Month Guest Preacher series at 12:10 p.m. on Wednesday, October 9, in the Cathedral.

Wednesday, October 9
The Rt. Rev. Jennifer A. Reddall (Celebrant) & The Rev. Canon Carmen Guerrero (Preacher): celebrating Cesar Chavez
Dia de Los Muertos
Trinity commemorates Día de los Muertos - Día de los Muertos, or the “Day of the Dead” is a Mexican celebration that coincides with the feasts of All Saints and All Souls, where people gather to pray and remember those who have died.

Friday October 25: Help prepare the altar of remembrance from 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. All ages are welcome to help. For more information please contact The Rev. David Chavez at david@trinitycathedral.com
Choral Evensong Returns
On Sunday, October 27, at 4 PM the first of this season's choral evensongs will be held. The cathedral choir will present music of Stanford, Byrd, and Fauré. A reception will be held in Olney Gallery immediately following the service.
All Saints Sunday 2019
As we prepare for All Souls’ Day and Dia de los Muertos, we will read the names of loved ones or friends who died since All Saints’ Day 2018.

(A sign-up sheet is available at the front desk, or by contacting Clarissa at clarissa@trinitycathedral.com); all names to be remembered on Sunday, November 3 at the 10:00 a.m. bilingual Eucharist.
Incense on All Saints' Sunday
Incense will be used at the 10:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist service on All Saints' Sunday, November 3.
Road Closures on November 3
On All Saints’ Sunday, November 3, access to the Cathedral from the East on Roosevelt will be closed due to the PHX 10K - use 7th AVENUE to get to church. Please plan on taking a few extra minutes to get to church.  Please see map.
Steven Tito Academy
Living in God's Kingdom - In Atwood Hall last week, we experienced the joy and love that happens when we live in kindness. Many thanks to all who took time to learn about The Steven Tito Academy and the 7 children we sponsor: Adam, Lailati, Nazarena, Salima, Salma, Samira, and Violet. Your letters back to the children are filled with the generous spirit that is the Trinity community. Thank you for your donations that will help sponsor the children for the 2020 school year.
Children, Youth & Family Ministries
8:45am-12:45pm: WONDER: The Nursery at Trinity Cathedral
(birth to the 4th birthday)
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8:55am: Drop off for Godly Play (GP) in the GP Classroom
(3 years of age through 6th grade)
9-9:45am: GODLY PLAY in the GP Classroom
(3 years of age through 6th grade)
9-9:45am: TRINITAS (Youth at Trinity) in the Youth Room
(grades 6-12)
9:45am: Pick up for Godly Play
(Trinitas released to join families to prepare for worship)
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9:50am: Gathering for Children's Chapel in the Olney Gallery
           - birth through age 3- with adult accompaniment
           - 4 years of age through 6th grade- with our without adult accompaniment
10am to "The Peace": CHILDREN'S CHAPEL in the GP Classroom
           - Children's Chapel is an OPTIONAL offering of worship formation for children
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9-9:45am First Sunday of the Month
           - Parent and Adult Caregiver Formation (Auditorium)
11am-12pm Fourth Sunday of the Month
           - Children, Youth, and Family Ministries Brown Bag Lunch (Atwood Hall)
True Expressions: Art by Karolina and Bela Fidel

Karolina Adams and  Bela Fidel  use their divergent styles to find a true expression of their emotion and imagination. 
 
Karolina Adams  works in ink and graphite, creating intimate imagery that is playful and poignant.   A recurring character in her work is of a small drawing mannequin with red striped socks. This tiny figure interacts with large real-world objects and conveys an emotional punch. "...it's a lot easier for me to engage in drawing, unload the feelings, and work through the thoughts and emotions and tell my stories." Adams has a BFA from Columbia College, Chicago. She is a gallery artist in Scottsdale AZ and Lenox, MA. and has presented her work in shows around Arizona, California, Colorado, New Mexico, and Illinois.
 
Bela Fidel  works with oils, encaustics, and experiments with plasters and compounds to create unique mixed media paintings. Her work is both abstract, colorful, and textural. Fidel seeks true expression in art. "Each painting takes me to roads traveled as well as worlds unknown and provides challenges for growth and humility." Living in different countries Fidel has experienced many cultures which she feels has enriched her art. Fidel was born in Sao Paulo Brazil and studied at Hebrew University in Israel.  She is currently a member of International Encaustic Artists.  Winner of numerous awards and has shown her work throughout Arizona and California.
  
WHEN: First Friday artist reception, Oct 4, 2019, 6:00pm - 9:00 pm
 
WHERE: Olney Gallery at Trinity Cathedral, 100 W. Roosevelt St. Phoenix, AZ 85003
 
On Exhibit through October 23, 2019
ICM Volunteers 
ICM, a food and clothing bank for the working poor, is always in need of volunteers Monday-Saturday.  ICM serves 150-200 people per day with basic human needs and utilize volunteers to distribute food, clothing and basic necessities. If you would like to become a volunteer or coordinate a drive, please contact Pia Brown at 602-775-5742 at pia@icmaz.org . Thank you for helping others!

ICM is always in need of the following donated items: Baby clothing, baby wipes, infant formula, baby food, men's/children's clothing, shoes, empty prescription/vitamin bottles w/ screw-on lids, plastic or paper grocery bags, 13-gallon drawstring garbage bags, Ziploc bags, shampoo, conditioner, soap, liquid body wash, feminine products, laundry detergent, toothpaste, toothbrushes, deodorant, razors, and non-perishable protein-rich foods.

You may drop off your donations in the collections bins behind the interior staircase in the Olney Room at Trinity. Or, stop by ICM at 501 S 9th Ave, Phoenix .
The Episcopal Habitat Coalition
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The Episcopal Habitat Coalition is beginning a new build at 8486 W. Madison in Peoria.

Trinity Cathedral is asked to provide at least 6 (six) people to work on the build on Saturday, October 26. We will work with others form St. Peters, St. Matthews, St. Augustine and Epiphany.  No experience is required to join in this rewarding experience.

For more information contact Joe Harte at (602) 621-3673. 
 Hospitality Ministry
If you love connecting with fellow Trinity Members, welcoming our guests, and having great snacks for coffee hour - WE NEED YOU!

Join Trinity's TEAM HOSPITALITY! Ready to jump on board? Questions? Contact Laura Bardaweel at hospitality@trinitycathedral.com
This Week At Trinity
Friday, October 4
6:00pm - First Friday Art Opening - Olney Room
 
Sunday, October 6
8:00am - Holy Eucharist (Spoken) - Cathedral
8:45am - 12:45pm - Nursery available
9:00am - Bible Study - Conference Room
9:00am - Godly Play - Godly Play classroom
9:00am - Trinitas - Youth Room
10:00am - Children's Chapel - Godly Play classroom
10:00am - Holy Eucharist (Sung) - Cathedral
10:00am - Misa en Español - Auditorio
11:30am - Theological Reflection - Conference Room

Wednesday, October 9
12:10pm - Mid-week service - Cathedral
12:45pm - Book Study - Atwood Hall
8:00pm - N.A. - Atwood Hall

Saturday, October 12
9:00am - Trinity Quilters - Atwood Hall

Sunday, October 13
8:00am - Holy Eucharist (Spoken) - Cathedral
8:45am - 12:45pm - Nursery available
9:00am - Bible Study - Conference Room
9:00am - Godly Play - Godly Play classroom
9:00am - Trinitas - Youth Room
10:00am - Children's Chapel - Godly Play classroom
10:00am - Holy Eucharist (Sung) - Cathedral
10:00am - Misa en Español - Auditorio
11:30am - Theological Reflection - Conference Room

Monday, October 14
The Cathedral Offices will be closed. In the event of a pastoral emergency (death, hospitalization or personal crisis) please dial (602) 254-7126. When automated attendant answers press 4 to page a member of the Cathedral staff.
Prayers of the People
Commended to our prayers: Oclydes, Noah & family, Sean, Mary-Audrey, MaryCay, Ellyn & family, Pat, Tim, Marty, and Jaclyn.

Birthdays: Christian Brown (10/6), Cindy Troxler (10/7), and Virginia Stolarz-Bauer (10/9).

Anniversaries: Myron & Cindy Brower (10/3), Lisa Derrick & Deb Stone (10/6), John Bosler & Christine Thompson (10/8), Tony & Christine Moore (10/9), Robb Barr & Paul Valenzuela (10/10), Joshua & Victoria Willingham (10/11), and Lorenzo & Stephanie Esquivel (10/13).

Diocesan Cycle of Prayer: Iglesia Episcopal de San Pablo, Phoenix.

Anglican Cycle of Prayer: The Anglican Church of Wales.

Community Prayers: All who serve the nation, especially those in the armed forces. For refugees and all those affected by warfare, natural disasters and civil unrest.
Trinity Episcopal Cathedral
100 W. Roosevelt St.
Phoenix, AZ 85003
Telephone (602) 254-7126