cathedral times December 4, 2016
The Weekly Newsletter of the Cathedral of St. Philip, Serving Atlanta and the World
NOMINEES FOR THE CH AP TER CLASS OF 2019 The Cathedral Nominating Committee has submitted the following slate of candidates, approved by the Chapter, to be voted on by the parish at the annual Parish Meeting, which will take place on Sunday, December 11 at 10 a.m. in Child Hall. Mary Caroline Cravens continues her two-year term as Senior Warden. The Committee has also selected Doug O’Bryan from the pool of current Chapter members as their nominee for Junior Warden 2017-2018. Their biographies are on page 3.
J. M ATTHEW ANTHONY Matt has been a member of the Cathedral for over 25 years, currently serving on the finance count team and participating in Old Fashioned Sunday School. He has served as a Sunday School teacher, usher, and chair of the Stewardship Committee. An attorney, Matt is a partner at Warner Bates and member of the Georgia State Bar, Atlanta Bar, and Inn of Court. Other activities include involvement with the Lovett School and coaching youth sports. Matt and his wife Beth have four children: Matthew, Wesley, Mason, and Hendricks.
C A ROL BA K ER Carol has been a member of the Cathedral for eight years and began singing in the Cathedral Choir and Schola as a staff singer over sixteen years ago. She participates in St. Veronica’s Guild, and with the Cathedral Choir she has served as the social chairman, choir rummage sale organizer, and president. Carol is a retired elementary school teacher who also was a Gwinnett County PTA president and board member of the Atlanta Schola Cantorum. A new resident of Fulton County, Carol and her husband Newell have three adult children: Jonathan, Elizabeth, and Patrick, and a one-year-old grandson, Oliver.
“The voice of one crying out in the wilderness: ‘Prepare the way of the Lord, make his paths straight.’” From this week’s lectionary Matthew 3:3
BRIDGET BOBICK JA MES Bridget has been active at the Cathedral for 21 years. She is the owner of The James Law Firm, LLC. A member of St. Monica’s Guild, Bridget has served as their outreach chair and treasurer, volunteered with and sponsored the Cathedral Antiques Show and the Homeless Requiem, and participated in Foyers. Other activities include Atlanta Women’s Foundation, the Cathedral Preschool Parents’ Council, Jackson Elementary School PTA, Notre Dame Club of Atlanta, and the Georgia Network to End Sexual Assault, as a former board member. She and her husband David have two young children: Marianne and Brendan.
JENNIFER MCCLUR E Jenny has been a member of the Cathedral for 24 years. She participates in the Old Fashioned Sunday School, St. Anne’s Guild, and St. Catherine’s Guild. Jenny has served as a board member and chair of the Cathedral Counseling Center, volunteered for the Cathedral Antiques Show, and organized the sponsor party the last two years. Her other activities include volunteering and committee work for the Southeastern Flower Show, Botanical Garden Associates, Northside Youth Organization, Pace Academy, Westminster Schools, Club Estates Garden Club, and Lake Rabun Association Board. Jenny and her husband Alan have three adult children: Tippa, Alan Jr., and Ford.
C Y RUS PHILPOTT Cy transferred to the Cathedral three years ago. He serves as an usher, volunteers at Week of Wonder, attends Sons of Thunder men’s prayer breakfasts, and has chaired the Kanuga Parish Retreat. Cy is a freelance consultant and stay-at-home dad. His other activities include Buckhead Forest Civic Association, and with the Lovett School he serves as a classroom volunteer, Cub Scout den leader, and on the True Blue Annual Fund Parent Committee. Cy and his wife Carrie have two young children: George and Anna.
M ATTHEW D. R ICH A R DSON Matt has been a member of the Cathedral for ten years. He is an usher and attends the Sons of Thunder men’s prayer breakfasts. An attorney with Alston & Bird LLP, Matt serves as board member and legal counsel for Atlanta Ronald McDonald House, and board member for Atlanta International Arbitration Society. He and his wife Allison have three young children: Reid, Grace, and Graham.
PROGR A MS DUR ING THE WEEK T U E S DAYS The Dean’s Men’s Bible Study: 7–8 a.m., Room 319. This group meets consistently to read and study scripture, share faith stories, and support each other in prayer. A light breakfast is available. We finish by 8 a.m. so those gathered may go into the world to carry on their ministries.
2016 CH APTER Rob Adams (Junior Warden), Mary Bondurant (Executive Committee At-Large), Josh Borden, Kate Brewer, Matt Caine, Mary Caroline Cravens (Senior Warden), Joan Gilbert, Austin Hall (Secretary), Jason Hultgren, Lindsey Hardegree, Wade Hooper, Eric Mininberg, Doug O’Bryan (Treasurer), Brad Reeves, Julie Rief, Ruth Russ, Susan Troutman, George Watson, Anne Young
CLERGY A ND SENIOR STA FF The Very Rev. Samuel G. Candler Dean Dale Adelmann, Ph.D. Canon for Music The Rev. George M. Maxwell, Jr. Vicar The Rev. C. Wallace Marsh IV Canon for Pastoral Care and Worship The Rev. Catherine Zappa Canon for Spirituality and Mission The Rev. John William Harkins III, Ph.D. Priest Associate The Rev. Todd D. Smelser Canon Associate for Pastoral Care The Rev. Theophus “Thee” Smith, Ph.D. Priest Associate The Rev. Carolynne G. Williams Canon Associate for Pastoral and Elder Care The Rev. Juan Sandoval Deacon for Hispanic Ministries
Early Morning Women’s Bible Study: 7–8 a.m., Walthour Library. Canon Cathy Zappa leads this group. Women of all ages are encouraged to join us for good fellowship and lively conversation. W E D N E S DAYS The Dean’s Women’s Bible Study: 10:45–11:45 a.m., Room 319. This group meets consistently to read and study scripture, share faith stories, and support each other in prayer. We close promptly at 11:45 a.m. in order to get to carpools and lunches! Eat Your Word Bible Study: Noon, Room 239. Canon Cathy Zappa and seminarian Clayton Harrington lead this Bible study. Centering Prayer: 6:30 p.m., Lanier House Chapel. Contact Jeannie Mahood at jmahood@ stphilipscathedral.org. T H U R S DAYS Centering Prayer: 4 p.m., Lanier House Chapel. Contact Ann Hickman, mannhick@aol. com.
WOR SHIP SCHEDULE
Sunday, December 4, 2016 / Second Sunday of Advent, Year A
Sunday, December 4, 2016 / Second Sunday of Advent, Year A
7:45 a.m. Holy Eucharist, Mikell Chapel Celebrant and Preacher: Canon Cathy Zappa
11:15 a.m. Holy Eucharist / Cathedral Choir Johann Wanning, Vox clamantis in deserto Francesco Guerrero, Rorate caeli
4 p.m. Choral Evensong / Cathedral Schola Richard Ayleward, Preces and Responses Henry Purcell in G minor Johann Wanning, Vox clamantis in deserto Tomás Luis de Victoria, Ecce Dominus veniet
Liturgy of the Word Lesson: Isaiah 11:1-10 Psalm 72:1-7, 18-19 Epistle: Romans 15:4-13 Gospel: Matthew 3:1-12
8:45 a.m. Holy Eucharist, Cathedral Celebrant: Canon Carolynne Williams Preacher: Dean Sam Candler Holy Eucharist, Mikell Chapel Celebrant and Preacher: Canon Cathy Zappa
11:15 a.m. Holy Eucharist, Cathedral Celebrant: The Rev. Dr. Bill Harkins Preacher: Dean Sam Candler
11:15 a.m. La Santa Eucaristía, Mikell Chapel Celebrant: Canon Cathy Zappa Preacher: Deacon Juan Sandoval 4 p.m.
Evensong and Holy Eucharist, Cathedral Officiant and Preacher: The Rev. Dr. Bill Harkins
8:45 a.m. Holy Eucharist / All Choristers and the Choristers of the Catholic Cathedral of Christ the King Craig Phillips, People, Look East! Craig Phillips, There’s a Voice in the Wilderness Crying
CHILDR EN The Nurturing Center is open for children three and younger from 8:30 a.m. through the end of the 11:15 a.m. service each week. Children’s Chapel takes place during the 8:45 a.m. service as an option for parents and children who are not yet ready to experience the full liturgy together, though children are always welcome in “big” church. Children three years through third grade begin in church with their parents, follow the children’s acolytes and leaders out at the Sequence Hymn, then rejoin their parents at the Offertory.
WAR DENS Mary Caroline Cravens continues her two-year term as Senior Warden. The nominating committee has selected Doug O’Bryan from the pool of current Chapter members as their nominee for Junior Warden 2017-2018.
M ARY CAROLINE CR AVENS A member of the Chapter Class of 2016, Mary Caroline accepted the dean’s call to serve a two-year term as Senior Warden last year, and now continues in that office through 2017. She also serves as Cathedral Preschool board chair and Ricks-Wheeler Fund Committee member. She is a past St. Monica’s Guild President, has led classes in summer and regular series Old Fashioned Sunday School, and participates in the Dean’s Women’s Bible Study and Altar Guild. In the wider community, she has been involved with PAWS Atlanta (animal shelter) and Everybody Wins! (literacy program), and is currently an active Westminster parent and Tiger Cub Den Leader. A former federal law clerk and adjunct professor of African and Latin American history, with continuing passions for teaching, writing, and volunteering, Mary Caroline currently uses her Ph.D. and J.D. to care for her husband Will Sugden, and their two boys, Alex and Sam. She has worshiped at the Cathedral since 2006.
DOUGL AS C. O’BRYA N The Nominating Committee selected Doug as their nominee for Junior Warden 2017-2018. A member of the Chapter Class of 2017, he has served on the Executive Committee since accepting the dean’s call to serve as the 2015 and 2016 Treasurer. Doug has been attending the Cathedral for over thirteen years. He has volunteered for the Cathedral Antiques Show, Foyers, and Emmaus House Christmas drives. He is an usher, participates in the Sons of Thunder men’s prayer breakfasts, and has been involved on the Homeless Dinner and Requiem Committee since 2014. A banker at SunTrust Robinson Humphrey, Doug is also active as a Pace Fall Fair volunteer, and participates in the March of Dimes March for Babies. He and his wife Andi have three daughters: Grace, Charlotte, and Sally.
ADULT EDUCATION Unless otherwise noted, these adult education classes are held Sunday mornings from 10:10–11 a.m. THE DEAN’S FORUM (CHILD HALL) Join Sam Candler, the Dean of the Cathedral, as he presents contemporary issues of faith and life. OLD FASHIONED SUNDAY SCHOOL (ROOM 133) Led by Canons George Maxwell and Cathy Zappa, you will find a light heart and a broad welcome in Old Fashioned Sunday School. This year, we are talking about Jesus. In particular, we’re wrestling with his question, “Who do you say that I am?,” by considering historical images of Jesus and their implications for faith, then and now. THE DIVINE DANCE (ROOM 239) Drawing from scripture, theology, and the deepest insights of mystics, philosophers, and sages throughout history, Fr. Richard Rohr presents a compelling alternative to aloof and fairytale versions of God. The Divine Dance makes accessible and practicable the Christian tradition’s most surprising gift: God as community, God as friendship, God as dance. Canon Carolynne Williams leads this class.
LAY PASTORAL CARE (ROOM 120) The Rev. Dr. Bill Harkins, priest associate and professor of pastoral care at Columbia Theological Seminary, is leading a 6-week class on “Lay Pastoral Care: A Brief Introduction to Theology and Practice.” This class is for those currently involved in lay pastoral care, lay Eucharistic visitation, and other forms of ministry, as well as those who would like to explore a new avenue of service! We will explore such topics as grief and loss, pastoral conversation and listening, a theology of the priesthood of all believers, hospital and shut-in visitation, a theology of compassion, appropriate referral, and related topics. The course will culminate in a Blue Advent/Longest Night service for those for whom the holiday season may be challenging and who may be in need of healing, reconciliation, and care. This service will be conducted by members of the class, and will take place on December 21. All are welcome, and no prior experience in lay pastoral care is required. SMALL GROUP BIBLE STUDY (ROOM 122) Jim Bingham and Gordon Mathis lead an ongoing small group Bible Study focusing on a particular book of the Bible for several months at a time.
OUTR EACH TOY DR IVE 2016 B E N E FI T I N G E M M AUS H O USE A N D B U CK H E A D CH R I S T I A N M I N I S T RY Emmaus House and Buckhead Christian Ministr y (BCM) provide Christmas gifts to children in need. Last year, Emmaus House provided gifts to nearly 800 children, and BCM provides gifts to more than 900 children. Please join the Cathedral ECW in a toy drive to help these organizations provide a cheer ful Christmas to all.
HERE'S HOW YOU CAN HELP: DONATE GIFTS: Bring NEW, UNWRAPPED GIFTS to the bins in the Atrium from until December 19 or to the toy drive table on Sundays through December 18.
WRITE A CHECK OR GIVE ONLINE: $35 will sponsor a child; $70 two children; for $175, five children will awaken to gifts on Christmas morning! All donation amounts are appreciated. Make checks payable to “Cathedral of St. Philip – ECW Toy Drive.” Or, give by credit card online at stphilipscathedral. org/contribute or at the kiosk in the Atrium. To ensure timely deliver y, please make all monetar y donations early and by Sunday, December 11.
WRAP GIFTS: Bring your tape and scissors and join the gift-wrapping par ty at the Cathedral on Wednesday, December 14.
For a list of suggested toys, go to stphilipscathedral.org/toydrive. If a toy requires batteries, please provide them. No militar y toys, especially guns.
DONATE TO ST. VERONICA’S TOILETRY MINISTRY St. Veronica’s Guild is working to collect 125 hotel sized shampoos. That is the number our partner ministries have requested each month. Their needs for shampoo, soap, deodorant, toothpaste, and toothbrushes are simply the items we take for granted each morning. Useful things in addition to those listed above are individual hand sanitizer, comb, socks, and diapers. Your contribution of unopened, travel or regular sized personal care items may be left at the Cathedral Information Desk. St. Veronica’s Guild will handle the sorting and delivery to Crossroads Ministry, Emmaus House, Church of the Common Ground and Holy Comforter. In this season of thankfulness and gift giving please remember these ministries. For more information, contact Lucy Perry, firstname.lastname@example.org, or Judy Bodner, 404-814-1468.
HABITAT BASKETS Come be part of the annual joyful experience of building and delivering Christmas baskets for our Cathedral Habitat families. We are building 20 this year and need your help! This has become a very popular event and you can help in any of several ways, including contributing food or monetary support, building baskets (beginning at 6 p.m. on Friday, December 16), or delivering baskets (meet at 9 a.m. on Saturday, December 17). This is something for kids and adults alike; make it a family event. Sign up in the Atrium beginning Sunday, November 20 or contact John Champion at 404-307-0817 for more details. CHRISTMAS EVE EUCHARIST WITH CHURCH OF THE COMMON GROUND As has been our tradition for several years, Cathedral parishioners will be joining Church of the Common Ground on Christmas Eve for a joyous celebration of the Holy Eucharist. Church of the Common Ground is an Episcopal worshipping community on the streets of Atlanta, and it is a sacred experience to worship with them. The Christmas Eve service begins at 1 p.m. in Woodruff Park. If you are interested in attending, please contact Canon Cathy Zappa, email@example.com . To help us prepare, children and youth will decorate cookies and prepare sack lunches for Common Ground’s parishioners and homeless guests. Volunteers of all ages are invited to help! Join us in Child Hall on Thursday, December 22, from 9:30–11 a.m.
YOUTH SKI TRIP OVER MLK WEEKEND Middle and high school youth will be going to Sugar Mountain and staying at the Valle Crucis Conference Center in Valle Crucis, North Carolina from January 13–16. The full cost is $400, which includes two day lift tickets, rentals, lessons, lodging, transportation, meals, and a t-shirt. You can secure your space by making a $100 deposit as soon as possible. The total cost is $400. All payments are due by Friday, January 6. Register at stphilipscathedral.org/youth.
CHRISTMAS PAGEANT SIGN-UPS It is time to sign up for the Christmas Pageant, held every year at 4 p.m. on Christmas Eve. All children registered in Sunday School, from the 4-year-olds through fifth grade, are welcome to participate. If your child is not registered for Sunday School, please contact Ciara Rowley at firstname.lastname@example.org or register online at stphilipscathedral. org/children. A pageant sign-up table will be in the Atrium on Sundays, December 4 and 11. Dress rehearsal will be Sunday, December 18 at 12:45 p.m. If you have any questions, contact Sara Chapman at sarachapman@westminster. net. The Christmas Pageant is a tradition not to be missed.
SERVE IN HAITI NEXT SUMMER On Sunday, January 22 at 1 p.m., join us in Room 382 for a discussion of the Cathedral’s summer 2017 trip to Haiti. We’ll discuss potential projects such as builing furnishings for local orphanages, working in a community garden, and hosting a soccer camp. This mission trip is intended to be intergenerational; middle school youth should travel with a parent, and all high school students and adults are welcome. For more information, contact Canon Cathy Zappa, email@example.com, or Maggie Paul, firstname.lastname@example.org.
DINNER WITH ST. NICK Everyone’s favorite dinner guest is back! Join St. Nicholas, Bishop of Myra, Wednesday, December 7 for fun and tacos from Lauren Raymond of Flora & Flour. There will be Christmas crafts and treats from St. Nick himself. The fun begins at 5:30 p.m. Dinner is $8/adult and $5/child. Please RSVP at stphilipscathedral.org/stnick.
Note: the printed Times lists this meeting on Sunday, December 4. The date was changed after publication.
“An intergenerational mission trip with emphasis on youth experiences.”
SPIR ITUALIT Y ADVENT QUIET DAY: "PREPARING A SPACE" Advent is a season of preparation, a time of getting ready for what lies ahead. This Advent Quiet Day on Saturday, December 3, from 9:30 a.m. – 2 p.m. in the Lanier House, invites us to be in silence and to offer a space to reflect on scripture through journaling, collage, poetry and the labyrinth. As we give ourselves the gift of time to open to God’s guiding, we may discover that the space being prepared for the coming birth lies within our own selves. The retreat will be facilitated by Barbara Pendergrast, who received her M.Div. from Emory's Candler School of Theology and is a spiritual director and board certified member of the Association of Professional Chaplains. The cost is $20, which includes lunch. Register at stphilipscathedral.org/quietday or with Jeannie Mahood, email@example.com or 404-365-1034, by Tuesday, November 29.
SPIRITUALITY AND CREATIVITY BOOK GROUP STARTS IN JANUARY Is your creative side longing for expression? Are you wondering if you even still have a creative side?! Join us to explore our creativity using the book Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear by Elizabeth Gilbert (available in paperback at the Cathedral Book Store). We’ll meet on Wednesday evenings, January 11 through February 22, 6:30 – 8 p.m. in Room 120. In addition to exploring what the book illuminates for us, we’ll also use our time together to engage in a variety of spiritual and creative practices. Participants should provide their own book, journal, and a $10 supply fee (if possible). Other art supplies will be furnished – artistic skill is not required! We’ll use art supplies for play! The group will be facilitated by Jeannie Mahood, Program Coordinator for Pastoral Care. Jeannie has a background in art therapy and graphic design. For more information or to sign up, contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org or 404-365-1034. Please sign up in advance.
LUNCH A ND LEAR N
UNIQUE LOCAL TRIO TO PERFORM This Sunday afternoon, December 4, we welcome a flute, guitar, and cello trio called “Mary Flannery’s Ghost” as our 3:15 recitalists. All three residents of Atlanta, the trio will get a jump on the holiday season, performing many carol arrangements. This will be one of the more unique recitals presented at the Cathedral this year, and we encourage all to come and hear these talented artists.
The Cathedral's Pastoral Care team and the Cathedral Counseling Center invite you to monthly “Lunch and Learn” programs in the Gould Room. The luncheons provide an opportunity to learn about pastoral and counseling topics and ways to extend support to others. RSVP online at stphilipscathedral.org/lunchandlearn. Suggested donation is $10. Bring your lunch or purchase one from Flora & Flour in the Cathedral kitchen.
Sara and Donnie Chapman invite you to the
Annual Epiphany Party Friday, January 6 7 to 9 P.M. You’re invited to celebrate Epiphany at the home of Donnie and Sara Chapman 3051 Greendale Drive, Atlanta, GA 30327 $20 per person — B.Y.O.B. R.S.V.P. by check to Sara Chapman: 404-966-6602 or email@example.com
PARENTING WORKS: TEENS Wednesday, December 14, noon–1 p.m. Are you interested in learning more about adolescents and parenting? Whether you are parenting a teen, know parents of a teen, or interact with teenagers, this talk will be informative. Jared Smiley, LPC, will focus on positive parenting, healthy adolescent development, and creating strong parent-child relationships.
MEMBERSHIP TR ANSITIONS NEW MEMBERS Stephanie and Patrick Beckham and their son, Jack, from Atlanta Pierce and Katherine Lowrey and their daughters, Olivia and Rosemary, from Atlanta DEATHS Hoyal Milton Pittman, died November 18, 2016
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PR AYER S For those who are ill or recovering: Immediate Needs Barry L. Frazier
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Published on Nov 30, 2016