Weekly Diocesan Update
January 21, 2020
Upcoming Events
Poetry Without Fear
with Diane Cameron
Saturday, January 25, 2020 10-11:30 AM

Many of us were fearless poets as children—we enjoyed rhymes, made up limericks, and memorized famous lines of verse. Then, often in Junior High, a teacher scared us right out of poetry—or out of our public love of verse and creation. But deep inside we live as poets every day—feeling feelings, thinking big ideas and attaching words that tell a tale.
Let’s take poetry back!
Cathedral in Bloom
February 21-23. 2020

Floral artists of the Capital Region will combine their talents with the glorious architecture of The Cathedral of All Saints in the area’s new premier flower show for the second year. Regardless of the weather outside, it will most assuredly be spring inside the Cathedral again...Each of the three days of the event include dozens of floral displays, workshops and presentations offered by area floral professionals, guided tours of the Cathedral, a flower market, and a luncheon cafe.
Upcoming Events
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Spiritual Formation Seminar: Grace and Your Calling
Saturday, February 1, 2020 9:30am-12:30pm

Christ the King Center welcomes back  Dr. Brian Fast  for a reprise of his popular Spiritual Formation Series. This first in a series of four, entitled Grace and Your Calling.
February 21-22, 2020

Women from all denominations are invited to a restorative weekend in the countryside of Washington County to draw near to the Lord Jesus Christ, worship the Heavenly Father in praise, study the Word of God in depth, pray with sisters in Christ, and be filled anew with the Holy Spirit
Psst.  Yeah, you.  Have you been listening to God?  Has God mentioned anything to you about coming to work here? Because we are praying for someone to be our Office Coordinator, three hours a day, four days a week, and we think it might be you. 

This is a great opportunity if you are just entering (or returning to) the workforce, need some flexibility, or even just want to pick up some experience and spending money, maybe even service hours.  Nice people, no heavy lifting, sometimes food, and all the grace and holy water you want, free. Combines the comforting predictability of regular routine with the occasional adrenaline rush of total unpredictability.  No hand-copying of medieval manuscripts required.   Full description here. E-mail resumé and references to  saintpaulskinderhook@gmail.com
Pray with us
When we pray, we communicate with the Almighty God, Creator of the universe. Prayer may be done in a large group or alone in a private setting. There are many ways to pray and when you do so, your prayer is an act of worship.

Join people around the diocese in daily prayer by using our intercessory list.
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