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Weekly Worship Schedule
8:30 a.m., 5:30 p.m. | Holy Eucharist in the Chapel
Ever wonder how the Book of Common Prayer can build your spiritual life, why the Episcopal Church and the American Government are similar in structure, or why we do the things we do on Sunday morning? One Saturday in the Fall and one in the Spring, the clergy host a class to teach all things Episcopalian. One of these classes is required for being Confirmed or Received, but you can also attend for a refresher course. All are welcome. Contact Katie Bradshaw (email@example.com) for more information or to reserve a spot.
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Burgers and hotdogs available while our supplies last
Enter on the West St. side of the Cathedral
Parade begins at 1pm
Easter Egg Collection
We will be collecting Easter eggs (pre-filled with candy or a small toy) through Palm Sunday (April 2) to be used at our Easter Egg Hunt the following weekend. The candy should not contain nuts or chocolate. Contributions can be dropped off in the Rotunda.
Easter Flower Dedication
Please donate in any amount to our Flower Guild as a memorial or in thanksgiving for your loved ones this Easter. Send contributions to St. Andrew’s Cathedral, P.O. Box 1366, Jackson, MS 39215-1366. Your dedication and name will appear in the bulletin on Easter Sunday. Deadline is Monday, April 3. Questions to Laurie McCarley at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We have a new print newsletter every month! Join us one Thursday a month to help fold, seal, and label while enjoying good conversation. The next session is March 23rd at 10:00 a.m. Call Laurie McCarley (601-487-2739) if you’d like to participate.
Pilgrimage to Ireland
July 18 -28
From Brigid’s well to the Hill of Slane where St. Patrick lit the vigil fire, from the labrinth in Brigid’s gardens, across the Cliffs of Moher to the top of Croagh Patrick, we will travel to the sacred sites dedicated to the saints of Ireland, Brigid and Patrick. Evensong in St. Patrick’s Cathedral, tea in the gardens of Brigid, guided cliff walk from Doolin to the Cliffs of Moher, are all included in a pilgrimage led by Anne Maxwell and Tommy Dillon on July 18th through the 28th. The cost is estimated at $3,500 + airfare. Contact Anne Maxwell (email@example.com) for more information or to sign up now. Limited to 20 people.
Bake Bread for Lent
We are in need of bakers to make bread for services throughout Lent. Full instructions, recipes, and ingredients are provided, so bakers of all skill levels are welcome! Ingredients can be picked up at the Cathedral or the home of Alexandra Long. Learn more details and/or sign up for a slot at standrews.ms/breadforlent.