Weekly E-BULLETIN
May 30
The Holy Trinity
  • 8 am - Morning Prayer (Via Zoom)
  • 9 am - Adult Forum (In Person & Via Zoom)
  • 10:30 am - Choral Eucharist (In Person & Live-Streamed)
  • 12:30 pm - Kids Crew (Via Zoom)
  • 1 pm - La Santa Eucaristía (In Person)
  • 5 pm - Choral Evensong (Prerecorded)

Adult Forum: Kings, Queen, & Parables- How Christian Art Transformed in Time & Places
9 am, In Person & Via Zoom
Through centuries, artists either triumphed or struggled with interpreting the Biblical subjects with their talents, knowledge, and imaginations to achieve their projects. Join Diana Y. Chou Ph.D. as she presents some Biblical narratives and specific iconic figures in Christianity, and to discuss how these have been represented and interpreted/reinterpreted by artists from various cultures and time periods.
Choral Eucharist
10:30 am, In Person & Live-Streamed
Enter through the Fifth Avenue courtyard. No reservations required for this service. If you are unable to attend in person we will live-stream this service on our website, YouTube and Facebook.
Kids Crew: Last Zoom of Spring!
12:30 - 1 pm, Via Zoom
Children will explore one of the most iconic verses in Christian scripture, John 3:16. Through games and an activity, participants will remember that God loves the whole world, no matter what. This is our last Zoom session of Spring, so you don’t want to miss it! For the Zoom link, email Maya Little-Saña (little-sanam@stpaulcathedral.org).
Boys choristers in procession St Pauls Cathedral San Diego
Evensong
5 pm, Prerecorded
This week's Evensong for Trinity Sunday is sung by the Cathedral Choristers of Boys & Men in a rebroadcast from 2017. Music includes the introit by Thomas Tallis and the Evening Service in B minor by T. Tertius Noble. The complete cantata, "Rejoice in the Lamb" by Benjamin Britten, takes place as an extended anthem. Please tune in to hear this exceptionally fine performance.
Zoom links / bulletins for all services are on our Calendar page.
Announcements
Formation Survey - Shape future offerings! 
You should have received a survey about adult formation at St. Paul's Cathedral on Monday. If you did not, there is still time to make your opinion known. Please share your feedback through the below survey to help shape the future of our formation offerings.
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Cathedral Campus Closed
Please be aware that the cathedral will be closed on Monday May 31 in observance of Memorial Day. If you have a pastoral emergency and need immediate assistance please call (619) 977-6318.
The Dean’s Breakfast is Back!
In the “olden days” before the pandemic, Dean Penny used to have an open breakfast table at Bread & Cie every Friday morning. After 14 months of hiatus, it’s back! Dean Penny will be at Bread & Cie on Fridays from 8 am to 9 am, and all are welcome to join her as you feel safe. Bread & Cie is not crowded in the mornings and there are outdoor tables. Stop by tomorrow May 28 at 8 am (350 University Ave, San Diego, CA 92103)!
Connect with us this Week
Open on campus:
Cathedral Office Hours (M-F) 9 am - 5 pm
Online:
Daily Morning Prayer (M-Sat), 8 am: View details on our Calendar

Daily Evening Prayer (M-F), 5 pm: View details on our Calendar
May 27
Organ Recital, (Thursdays) 5:30 pm: See Below

Communion in the Courtyard, 6 pm
May 27
Centering Prayer, 5:30 - 7 pm: Email Lucinda Parsons
May 28
Alcoholics Anonymous, 7 pm
May 30
(see outline above)
May 31
Showers of Blessing: Clothing Collection, 10am: appointment only Email Claudia
May 31
Centering Prayer, 7 - 8 pm: Email Lucinda Parsons
June 1
Family Ministry Committee, 4 pm: Email Maya

Chapter Meeting, 5:30 pm: Join by Zoom

Youth Crew, 6:30 pm: Email Maya
June 2
Oración de Completas los Miercoles en Facebook Live, 8 pm: Ver en Facebook
Upcoming Events
Live Organ Recital (Open for in-person!)
Tonight, May 27, 5:30 pm, In Person & Online
Please join us tonight – in person or online – for our weekly organ recital. We welcome Dr Emma Whitten from Oceanside, CA as our guest recitalist this week. She will present a wonderful program of 19th and 20th Century works by Clara Schuman and Maurice Duruflé.
Communion in the Courtyard
Thursday May 27, 6 pm, entrance on 2700 block of Fifth Avenue 92103
Join us for a reflective worship service in the Queen's Courtyard. This service will follow closely the liturgy of the cathedral’s Doxology Life service using alternative and creative liturgical elements for evening prayer, and making extensive use of light and dark symbolism as the sun approaches the end of its daily journey.  Please bring a device to digitally view the liturgy as it will not be printed. To view this week's liturgy CLICK HERE. 
Youth Crew (6-12 Grade): Final Youth Crew of Spring!
Tuesday, June 1, 6:30-7:30 pm, Christ Church Coronado Courtyard
Mark your calendars for our LAST Youth Crew gathering of Spring! We will finish our “Trial by Fire” art pieces that reflect our experiences over the past 14 months and explore where the Holy Spirit is leading us next; individually and as the Church! Please email Maya Little-Saña (little-sanam@stpaulcathedral.org) if you have any questions.
“Stay and Play” Sunday: A Children’s Playdate after Church
Sunday, June 6, 12 - 12:30 pm, 6th ave Playground
Families with children of all ages will have the opportunity to play and connect at the Sixth Avenue/Spruce Street Playground (about half a mile north of the Cathedral). An introductory activity will begin at 12:00, but families are welcome to come as early or late as they like. If you are not currently attending in-person church, this is a great opportunity to connect with other families. Please note, masks are required for all children (ages 2+) and adults and that this is a family-supervised playtime. The safety and supervision of the children is the responsibility of each child’s family. Please email Maya Little-Saña (little-sanam@stpaulcathedral.org) if you have any questions about this special gathering.
Family Ministry Committee Meeting: Fall 2021 Program Planning
Wednesday, June 9, 11 am -12 pm, Via Zoom
The Family Ministry Committee works collaboratively with staff and St. Paul’s families to develop faith-enriching programs and events. This month the committee will discuss the program structure for the Fall 2021 program season. Drop by to collaborate with us! All are welcome. Save the Zoom link so you can join June 9th: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81133082007

Please email Maya Little-Saña (little-sanam@stpaulcathedral.org) if you have any questions.
Congratulations, High School Seniors!: A Virtual Diocesan Baccalaureate Service
Sunday, June 20, 5 pm, Livestream
The Episcopal Diocese of San Diego will honor the High School Seniors in our diocese with a live streamed baccalaureate service. The service will be led by Bishop Susan and feature youth readers, musicians, and a virtual procession of the graduates. In a time where so many of the rites of passage have been lost for these young adults, it is our goal to give them a vibrant celebration of both their achievements and their faith. High school seniors are invited to submit a photo for the Procession of Graduates to Charlette Preslar (cpreslar@edsd.org) by June 3. Please click here for a full list of ways to be involved.
Funding Our Future
June 27, 8 am and 10:30 am services
Those who have remembered the cathedral in their estate plans will be honored and inducted into the Legacy Society on June 27. If you would like more information on the Legacy Society or supporting future generations at the Cathedral in your estate plans, please contact Jeff Martinhauk at martinhaukj@stpaulcathedral.org. If you have already remembered the cathedral in your plans, be sure to let Jeff know and RSVP for the service.