The Rev. Kevin Higgins, who preached at the Cathedral last October, will return on Saturday, May 9 to lead this workshop for the Diocese.
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Click on the picture above to download a copy of the flyer to share with others. We hope to see you at this free event.
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Thursday, June 11th
11 am - 5:30 pm
Cathedral of Saint James
North Parking Lot
under the Tent
Volunteer opportunities will be posted shortly.
Now is the time to register for this summer's most exciting kid's event in Northern Indiana. See the camp website for registration forms and details.
Five Mission Priorities of the Cathedral of Saint James
Heritage & Hope The Campaign for Comprehensive Disability Access
The Cathedral Project Diocesan Leadership & Community Engagement
Christian Education Christian Learning across the Lifespan
A Renewed Community Strengthening Our Commitment to One Another Prayer Deepening our Connection with Jesus
Sunday, May 3, 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, May 5
10:15 am—11:45 am
St. Margaret’s House, 3rd floor
Marriage: An Overview
Marriage is expected to be a hot topic of conversation at the General Convention in Salt Lake City this summer. A special committee will deal solely with an expected high volume of resolutions concerning marriage. Developments in recent years around the blessing of same-sex unions makes a serious look at the theology and practice of marriage necessary and wise. So let’s talk about marriage...
May 3: Marriage & the Bible
May 17: History of a Liturgical Fragment
St. Margaret’s House, 1st Floor
The Episcopal Way
A Sunday Morning Book Study
As we enter the third part of our Sunday-morning series on Stephanie Spellers and Eric Law's book, The Episcopal Way, we turn from a consideration of how the Episcopal way equips us for encountering the world to a consideration of how "patterns and practices in the church's life that once made sense, now present potential barriers to relationship with the cultures and communities where we live. Please join us on the following Sunday mornings at 9:15am on the 1st floor of St. Margaret's House:
Chapter 9: Returning to the Via Media
Chapter 10: Uniting Beauty and Justice
Chapter 11: Practicing Mutuality with the Other Chapter
Chapter 12: Falling in Love with God Again
Conclusion: Walking the Episcopal Way.
9:15 am at St. Margaret’s House, 1st Floor
Today please pray for: