The CATHEDRAL TIMES The weekly newsletter of the Cathedral of St. Philip Âˇ Serving Atlanta and the World Âˇ May 20, 2018
Farewell Receptions This Sunday, May 20 in celebration of the ministry of
Canon Wallace Marsh 10 a.m. ~ Child Hall
Come celebrate the ministry of Canon Wallace Marsh this Sunday, May 20 during the 10 a.m. hour at a reception in Child Hall! Wallace has served wonderfully these past 5 years, overseeing the areas of congregational life, worship, and pastoral care. This summer he and his family will move to Thomasville, Georgia, as his wife Margaret Ann transitions into a new position as Vice President for Environmental and Sustainability at Flowers Foods. The move will also allow the Marshes to be closer to family and for Wallace to pursue a new calling as high school teacher and coach. Thank you for your faithful service, Wallace Marsh!
% in celebration of the ministry of
David Fishburn 5:30 p.m. ~ Child Hall Following an organ recital by Bruce Neswick (3:15 p.m.) and Evensong sung by the Cathedral Choir (4 p.m.)
Later this Sunday, celebrate the ministry of David Fishburn at a reception in Child Hall at 5:30 p.m! David has served faithfully at the Cathedral for 32 years, and he will retire later this summer. He will remain a Cathedral parishioner and, for his gracious work in this holy parish, we will bestow upon him the title Organist Emeritus! Retirement will afford David the opportunity to travel more, both to Pennsylvania to see family and abroad to explore the world. Thank you, David Fishburn!
MAY 20, 2018 · Pentecost Sunday, Year B
Acts 2:1-21 · Psalm 104:25-35, 37 · Romans 8:22-27 · John 15:26-27; 16:4b-15
7:45 A.M. HOLY EUCHARIST, MIKELL CHAPEL
Celebrant and Preacher: The Rev. Dr. Bill Harkins
8:45 A.M. HOLY EUCHARIST AND BAPTISMS, CATHEDRAL Celebrant: Dean Sam Candler Preacher: Canon Wallace Marsh Staff Singers: Gerald Near, Spiritus Domini Grayston Ives, Listen, sweet dove Baptisms: Cassidy Cage Crum, daughter of Huntley and John Patrick Crum Perry Lillian Scott, daughter of Laura and Eli Scott Harrison Andrews Smith, son of Meghan and Harrison Smith
Everett Tacker Stone, son of Mallory and Parks Stone
9 A.M. HOLY EUCHARIST, MIKELL CHAPEL
Celebrant and Preacher: The Rev. Dr. Bill Harkins
11:15 A.M. HOLY EUCHARIST AND BAPTISMS, CATHEDRAL Celebrant: Dean Sam Candler Preacher: Canon Wallace Marsh Cathedral Schola: Gerald Near, Spiritus Domini Grayston Ives, Listen, sweet dove Baptisms: Tucker Egleston Lewis, son of Andrea and Tom Lewis Perry Woodruff Smith, daughter of Laura and Bronson Smith
11:15 A.M. LA SANTA EUCARISTÍA, MIKELL CHAPEL Celebrant: The Rev. Dr. Bill Harkins Preacher: Deacon Juan Sandoval
4 P.M. CHORAL EVENSONG, CATHEDRAL Celebrant and Preacher: Dean Sam Candler Cathedral Choir: Gerre Hancock, Preces & Responses Herbert Howells, Gloucester Service Roland Martin, Whitsunday, from Such Glorious Gifts Herbert Howells, Te Deum (Collegium Regale)
MUSIC FORMER CATHEDRAL CANON TO PERFORM SUNDAY This Sunday, May 20, the Cathedral welcomes organist and former Canon for Music Bruce Neswick as our afternoon recitalist at 3:15 p.m. Currently service as Canon for Music at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral in Portland, Oregon, Bruce will perform works by Bach, Howells, and Larry King. We are thrilled to have Bruce back again and encourage everyone to take this opportunity to hear once more one of the leading organists of his generation.
Bruce Neswick, organ (Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, Portland, Oregon) Johann Sebastian Bach, Komm, Gott Schöpfer, Heiliger Geist, BWV 667 Herbert Howells, Sonata No. 2 Larry King, Fanfares to the Tongues of Fire
WORSHIP DO YOU SPEAK ANOTHER LANGUAGE? Readers are needed for Pentecost Sunday services on May 20 at 8:45 a.m. and 11:15 a.m. Anyone who can read and speak in a language other than English is invited to join the reading of the Gospel. You do not have to be an expert, you do not have to find your own translation, and you do not have to read alone! If you are interested, please contact Hillary Jones, 404-365-1038 or email@example.com.
Sunday ADULT EDUCATION Sundays this summer, join Canons Cathy Zappa and Lauren Holder as we engage in Faithful Conversations. Each week, we will invite a member of our community to sit down with us and talk with us about faith and society in a real and personal way. Our hope is that the courage our conversation partners bring to our discussions will equip us to go “out into the world to do the work God has given us to do.” Complementing this class will be a series of service opportunities—stay tuned! We will meet at 10:10 a.m. in Child Hall, starting June 3.
The CATHEDRAL of ST. PHILIP
The Very Rev. Samuel G. Candler, Dean Dale Adelmann, Ph.D., Canon for Music The Rev. Lauren R. Holder, Canon for Outreach and Congregational Life The Rev. C. Wallace Marsh IV, Canon for Pastoral Care and Worship The Rev. George M. Maxwell, Jr., Vicar The Rev. Catherine Zappa, Canon for Education The Rev. John William Harkins III, Ph.D., Priest Associate The Rev. Deacon Juan Sandoval, Deacon for Hispanic Ministries The Rev. Theophus “Thee” Smith, Ph.D., Priest Associate The Rev. Carolynne G. Williams, Canon Associate for Pastoral Care and Elder Ministry Austin Hall, Senior Warden Doug O’Bryan, Junior Warden
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OUTREACH MARCH 21 LABYRINTH WALK AND TAIZÉ Get your week off to a peaceful start with a labyrinth walk and Taizé service this Monday, March 21. A labyrinth introduction will take place in Child Hall at 6:30 p.m., followed by a facilitated walk 7-8 p.m. Then, the Taizé prayer service starts at 8 p.m. in Mikell Chapel. Originating in Taizé, France, this simple service of scripture, music and candlelight will bring a beautiful and prayerful close to your Monday. The labyrinth and Taizé take place every third Monday of the month at the Cathedral. Come to one, or both – and bring a friend!
CHILDREN'S Ministries WEEK OF WONDER REGISTRATION NOW OPEN June 11–15, 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. Children 3 (by September 1, 2017) through rising 5th graders Along the river, children discover that life with God is an adventure full of wonder and surprise, and that they can trust God to be with them through anything. Whether it’s in art, music, outdoor play, Godly Play, or discovery and science, we will find God’s grace.
MORE INFO AND REGISTER: STPHILIPSCATHEDRAL.ORG/WEEKOFWONDER
CHILDREN'S Music SUMMER MUSIKGARTEN/ALLEGRO MUSIC CLASSES Looking for fun family activities this summer? Join one of our Allegro music classes. Using a unique Musikgarten curriculum designed for families with children of mixed ages, “My Musical World” addresses early childhood developmental processes through music and movement activities. Music immerses the child in language, evokes movement, stimulates the brain, and fosters physical coordination - all in a group setting that builds community. It’s a truly holistic experience, and it’s great fun, too! Not sure what we do in our Musikgarten classes? Come join us for free demonstration classes on May 29 and 30 at 10:30 a.m. and 11:15 a.m. Bring lots of friends and experience the fun of music! Then register for classes that begin in June. Who: Open to children from birth through age 5. Older siblings welcome to attend as guests. Caregiver attends with the child/ children up to age 3. When: Tuesdays, 10:30 – 11 a.m. ( June 5–August 14) Tuesdays, 11:15 – 11:45 a.m. ( June 5–August 14) Wednesdays, 10:30 – 11:00 a.m. ( June 6–August 15) Wednesdays, 11:15 – 11:45 a.m. ( June 6–August 15) (Classes won’t meet during Week of Wonder VBS, June 11–15) Cost: $80 for first child, $50 for each additional child (scholarship options available); or $15 daily drop-in fee Teacher: Brenda Pruitt, MM – Licensed Musikgarten Instructor, Music Therapist Enroll online or contact Music Department Coordinator Tim Gunter at tgunter@ stphilipscathedral.org or 404-365-1050. Contact Brenda Pruitt at firstname.lastname@example.org or 404-788-0960 if you have questions about the curriculum. Pay online by credit card or bring check/cash to first class, payable to the Cathedral of St. Philip.
Cathedral BOOK STORE Are you a fan of the Cathedral Book Store? Then consider becoming a volunteer! Book Store volunteers get to work in our fabulous, one-of-akind store building a community of commitment to faith-based books and merchandise. Volunteers receive a 10% discount as a token of our gratitude for their time and support. We especially need help in the areas of: • Cashiering and Customer Service (especially on the weekends and Wednesdays in the summer) •
Shipping/Receiving (help needed on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays) If you are interested, please stop by the Book Store to see a full job description for each position and to complete a volunteer application. Please contact Kerith Lee, email@example.com, with any questions you may have.
Cathedral PRESCHOOL PRESCHOOL TEACHER OPPORTUNITIES For almost half a century, the Cathedral Preschool has been a leader in early childhood education in the city of Atlanta. Opportunities are now available for educators interested in joining the preschool’s faculty of creative, caring teachers in a deeply satisfying career. Cathedral Preschool students enjoy a well-balanced variety of experiences that encourage socialization, creativity, and an opportunity for self-exploration. Our intentionally loving community of teachers and learners is expressed daily in the laughter, songs, games, and prayers of this Episcopal school. The young learners of the Cathedral Preschool transition with confidence and joy into Atlanta’s finest public and private elementary schools. Positions are open for both two days and five days per week, 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. daily for the 2018-2019 school year. Contact the Cathedral Preschool at 404-237-8777 for additional information.
WEDNESDAY NIGHTS on the lawn
Bring a blanket or lawn chair and join us Wednesday evenings on the Lanier House Lawn for an old-fashioned community picnic. Feel free to bring your own food and beverage or enjoy something from one of our vendors. Options include market favorites and our own food booth “Hot Diggity Dogs,” which offers a variety of kid friendly meals. Hot dogs are $2 each and come with a glass of lemonade. Spring hours are 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.
Enjoy a weekend full of spirituality and fellowship with other Cathedral parishioners and clergy. Kanuga is a wonderful place to relax, enjoy the outdoors, and experience God with the beloved community. The weekend includes old favorites such as s'mores, hiking, rocking on the porch, ice cream, bluegrass and, of course, the famous Kanuga toast. We will offer an adult program on Saturday morning and enjoy worshiping together in the informal chapel on Sunday. Meals are served family-style in the lodge and accommodations are available in historic cottages or the hotel-style inn.
Cathedral THRIFT HOUSE
CATHEDRAL THRIFT HOUSE DONATION DECISION TREE
DOES IT BITE?
DO YOU STILL WEAR IT, USE IT, OR ENJOY HAVING IT IN YOUR HOME, YARD OR GARAGE?
YES NO, THANK YOU!
KEEP IT TO DONATE NEXT YEAR! The Cathedral Thrift House depends on its wonderful donors in order to serve the less fortunate in Atlanta. Please bring all new and gently used housewares, clothing, furniture, collectibles, books, jewelry, artwork, toys, and the like to our store at 1893 Piedmont Road between 10 a.m. and 3:30 p.m., Monday–Saturday. All net profits go to local charities. Questions? Please call 404-876-5440.
IS THAT BECAUSE IT’S DAMAGED, DIRTY, COVERED IN PET FUR, DAMP, SMELLY, OR NOT WORKING? IS THAT BECAUSE IT IS NEVER USED; OUT OF DATE; NOT YOUR SIZE, TASTE, COLOR, OR STYLE; OR YOU DON’T HAVE ROOM FOR IT?
PRAYER List FOR THOSE WHO HAVE DIED Sally Coulter Hilda • Sayer Gibson • Herbert Fisher
FOR THOSE WHO ARE ILL OR RECOVERING: IMMEDIATE NEEDS Richard Stallcup
LONG TERM PRAYERS Charles Ambrosavage • Dr. T. Mayo and Pat Atkins • Virginia Bicksler • John Blair • Pat Brinson • Dick Burgin •
Kaye Cairney • J. Franklin Clark • Heather Clark • Lawrence Cowart • Terry Dornbush • Sarah duBignon •
Kitty Dukehart • Randy Farmer • Jane Hannah • Caroline Hatcher • Katie Harris • Richard Hill • Kathryn Long • Elaine Lyon • Robert and Aggie Maddox • Carol McDonald • Elaine McEachern • Jim McKenzie • Carrick Mollenkamp • Charlie Neal • Paul O’Connor • Garry Pryor • Rubye and Wayne Reid • Pamela Reid •
Agnes Elizabeth Robertson • Louis “Skip” Schueddig • Jim Segars • Julie Sutton • Tommy Truesdale • Cindy West • Andy Westafer • Sandy Williamson • Hollis Youngner
FAMILY AND FRIENDS Beth Baltz • Bettina Bass • Vera Bibbings • Andrew Clark • Jarrett Jarre Davis IV • Redell DuBose • Patricia
Earnhardt • Judy Eggers • David Erdman • Carleton Fuller • Peggy Govan • Doyce Gunter • Beverly Grizzle • Chris Hardy • Bobby Hearn • Greg Hentz • Liz Grant Hilton • Sun Ja Kim • Sang Ho Kim • Betty C. Lyons •
Pat Martin • Michelle Maxwell • Michael McClelland • Bonnie Shields McCormack • Malcolm A. Moore •
Andy Nelson • Irene Nesper • Betty and Bill Poole • Jackson Posey • Frank Roth • John Rumble • James Sands • Patricia Schooley • Jeff Straw • Tina Susco • Hubert Tate, Sr. • Roger Traylor • Janiece Townshend • Christi Vasquez • Peter Veverka • Nina Vila • Frank Villa • Ron M. Wallace • Jacqueline Watkins • Susan Wellman • Coralie Severn Wilson • Marion Wilson • Whit A. Wright • Patricia Young
NO, THANK YOU!
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Cathedral ANTIQUES SHOW
8:30 am - 12 noon
On Sunday, May 6, this year’s Cathedral Antiques Show co-chairs Beverly Gwynn and Dabney Hollis presented Deke Cataeu of A.G. Rhodes Health and Rehab a check for $231,000 — the net proceeds of the 2018 show. Congratulations and thanks to all our partners!
In addition to preachers Leo Culp and John Czabala, on Youth Sunday, May 6, students served as lectors, intercessors, and ushers. Our Cathedral choristers also sang. Thank you to all these wonderful young people in our parish!
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