Bike & Build’s Northern US route will pass through South Bend on Thursday, July 9, having completed 1,195 miles of their 4,000 mile journey from Portsmouth, NH to Vancouver, BC. Along the way this remarkable group of young people stop at predetermined locations to help build houses with various local service organizations. Once again, the Cathedral of Saint James will offer our hospitality as they roll through town. The sanctuary will be their dormitory for the night, and Cathedral Hall will turn into a bicycle garage and repair shop and—most importantly—a wi-fi hotspot. We will offer dinner for the whole group and make other arrangements as fits their needs. Please watch for more information on how to get involved. To learn more about this amazing effort, please visit their website at bikeandbuild.org.
100% of the Shortcakes proceeds will benefit
these St. Joseph County organizations:
St. Margaret's House
O'Hana Heritage Foundation/A Rosie Place
Stone Soup Community
THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS:
Sunday, July 12
Ticket Cost: $10 per person (includes SB Cubs hat!)
Join the parish community after the 10:15 mass for a cookout followed by an afternoon at the ballpark! Nothing says “summer” more than grabbing some food and cheering for the South Bend Cubs all while getting to know others from the church. This fun event is also a great non-threatening way to invite your friends to experience St. James! A block of tickets have been reserved on the first-base side. (Disability accessible seats have also been reserved within our group’s section!) Look for members of the Relationship Building Committee wearing SB Cubs tshirts after mass to purchase your tickets or stop by the parish office. Tickets will be distributed the day of the event.
Matthew 25 Home Build
Saturday, July 25
The Cathedral of Saint James will be gathering a crew to work on Habitat for Humanity’s Matthew 25 Home Build on Saturday, July 25. A sign-up sheet will be posted soon!
Sunday, September 6, 2015
First floor of St. Margaret's House. All are welcome!!
Resolved to learn more about the Bible this year? Interested in getting to know some of the wonderful people at the Cathedral a little bit better? Come share faith and fellowship at Raising Cane! This group for Senior Citizens (or whomever) meets on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month. We dig into the Gospel for the upcoming Sunday and reflect upon what it means in our lives. All are invited (but by no means required!) to bring a treat to share.
Tuesday, July 7
10:15 am—11:45 am
St. Margaret’s House, 3rd floor
St. Margaret’s House, 1st Floor
A Review of the 78th General Convention of the Episcopal Church
Today please pray for: