Newsletter, April 6, 2017

Highlights of Holy Week and Easter – Welcome to St George’s parish – Jason Noble’s mass – Invitation to sing in the choir – Invitation to visit Chagall exhibition – Social Service Society Annual General Meeting – solar lanterns – contacting the office Dear Friend of the Cathedral Because we...

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Newsletter, March 30, 2017

Open to all – Palm Sunday – drama of the Passion – Holy Week (schedule attached) – making palm crosses – stewards needed for Holy Week and Easter – Gethsemane Watch – decorating the church, giving flowers – reminders of other events (fair trade kiosque, Lunch n’ Chat, PPP, Hungry...

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Our search for a new dean and rector

Christ Church Cathedral is currently seeking a Dean and Rector who will lead us in mission and ministry. Our new Dean and Rector will be a pastoral leader in liturgy, teaching and prayer. Responsibilities include managing Cathedral staff, overseeing the ongoing capital campaign and building restoration project, and functioning as...

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Newsletter, March 23, 2017

[In today’s letter – parish profile –prayerful response to  London terror attack –Quiet day – Stewards needed for Holy Week –Kairos sponsored supper – Cathedral events – Acts 2: 42 – Oasis concert – Question re owner of envelopes #100] Dear Friend of the Cathedral The Parish Search Committee is...

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Newsletter, March 16, 2017

Dear Friend of the Cathedral I’m sure we’re all looking forward to Easter. I’m looking forward as well to a beautiful day of calm reflection in the middle of Lent. Now is the time to sign up on quiet.day.ccc@gmail.com  Here are the details: HOLY LONGING: Quiet Day on Saturday, March...

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Newsletter, March 9, 2017

Final notes and thank yous re Nuit blanche – plan for Leonard Cohen evening – Cathedral events: LGBTQ+, PPP, Hungry minds, Young Adult  supper and service March 18 – Little Bee – Amnesty – Sugaring Off invitation from St George’s – LENT : study, Quiet Day, Spiritual exercise, Lent Madness,...

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Newsletter, March 2, 2017

Lent – devotional card available – Lenten book study – Quiet day – diocesan retreat – flowers and music – two pieces of good news – Reminders of lunch n’chat, Hungry Minds, Nuit blanche – Oasis concert “Christus factus est” – George Herbert poem for Lent Dear Friend of the...

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Newsletter, February 16, 2017

Pancake supper – Ash Wednesday – Lent study – Lent Quiet day – Group meetings – visiting choir Friday – Adrian Foster’s lecture/recital – Cesse, cruel amour – AGV and Forum – Nuit blanche – Mental Health conference – phone # pastoral emergencies – Donald Dear Friend of the Cathedral...

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Newsletter, February 9, 2017

Donald, an update – Dennis Drainville – Annual General Vestry – Cathedral Forum – Nuit blanche – Pancake Supper – Lent book study – St Valentine’s Day, spiritual practice and concert by Caterine – Invitation to attend Adrian Foster’s doctoral lecture/recital – prison ministry – restorative practices retreat – notices...

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News from the Cathedral Dec 15, 2016

Dear Friend of the Cathedral, At the request of a busy parishioner here is an executive summary of the contents of the newsletter. List of Christmas services and musical celebrations, call for stewards and bakers, Blue Christmas as a way of coping with uncertainty and fear, Corporation report to Forum,...

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Times of Transition

Times of transition are always a bit disorienting for most of us. We don’t quite know what to expect. They can leave us unsettled and anxious, but also excited. When we are in that liminal phase—“betwixt and between”—we often experience mixed feelings. We have left one kind of identity, but...

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Job opportunity at the Cathedral

The cathedral is looking for a new head verger. This is a full time position with flexible working hours and a salary plus benefits. The general responsibilities are to •             Create, maintain and monitor the interior and exterior environments of the Cathedral and surrounding grounds to be a safe, welcoming...

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