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The CATHEDRAL TIMES The weekly newsletter of the Cathedral of St. Philip · Serving Atlanta and the World · October 13, 2019

GRACE NOTES FROM THE CATHEDRAL COMMUNITY! Grace! Excellence! Hospitality! Are you noticing the renewed energy of the Cathedral lately? Services and programs have begun the fall with vigor and excitement. There are new saints and angels around! We have welcomed two new clergy among us! The Reverend Julia Mitchener and the Reverend Nate Huddleston are serving and preaching with amazing excellence! Their particular ministries are already benefitting from their presence; Julia serves with delightful wisdom in our Children’s Ministries program; and Nate, of course, is our energetic Director of Youth Ministries. Perhaps those of you familiar with complex organizations realize that lively systems and organisms are always looking for excellent staff. Even when I am not looking in particular for a new staff member, I keep an eye out for possible wonderful clergy and staff ! Meanwhile, we also have two important searches going on. Dale Adelmann seeks another faithful Assistant (or Associate) Organist-Choirmaster (especially for young choristers). Even friends of mine around the country are suggesting great names. David Rocchio, our tremendous Director of Stewardship, is looking for a Program Coordinator for Stewardship and Membership. This person would also be a key piece of our pastoral care ministry. Let us know if you know of a great candidate. I am thankful for good clergy and leaders who have answered the call to serve elsewhere, and I still talk to many of them. In the past two weeks, both of our most recent “missionary canons” (Wallace Marsh and Beth Knowlton) have telephoned me for counsel. Besides Patrick Scott, who left to be Organist-Choirmaster at Grace-St. Luke’s Church, Memphis, another recent Assistant Organist is now Professor of Music at the School of Theology of Sewanee. The Cathedral—our community!—is proud of these transitions and searches. We receive excellent staff members, we learn about grace and excellence and hospitality together, and God sends them elsewhere into the harvest. This is the rhythm of ministry, and of life itself. Some of our most pastoral routines at the Cathedral are the funerals we conduct almost every week. At every service, we are reminded that life is wonderful, that life on this earth ends, and that eternal life begins every day. Hey! We are gearing up for Stewardship 2020, too. “The Greater Good” awaits us, and we need your commitment. Even with the Cathedral going so well, we can do greater things. We are also receiving the names of candidates to be nominees for the Cathedral Chapter. Jennifer Rosenblath, a past Senior Warden, has accepted my invitation to be Chair of the Nominating Committee, and the committee will soon be assembled. The Cathedral and the Chapter already have a mission, the one given to us in Episcopal Prayer Book: “The mission of the Church is to restore all people to unity with God and each other in Christ” (BCP, page 855). Here at the Cathedral, the Chapter oversees a grand and complex village of ministries, some of which are parish based; others that operate within our larger “village” are what we call “parochial entities,” and they, too, report to the Cathedral Chapter. They are the familiar Cathedral Farmers Market, Cathedral Counseling Center, Cathedral Preschool, Cathedral Book Store, Cathedral Thrift House, Cathedral Towers, Cathedral Antiques Show, and Friends of Cathedral Music. All serve with what we call our Cathedral Values: “Grace, Excellence, and Hospitality.” Pray for us this fall! The Cathedral community – the Cathedral Village! – is running and humming and buzzing and singing with grace, with excellence, with hospitality. Thank you!


OCTOBER 13, 2019 · The Feast of St. Philip, Year C Isaiah 53:7–11 · Psalm 67 · Acts 8:26–40 · Matthew 28:18–20


Celebrant and Preacher: The Rev. Canon Lauren Holder

8:45 A.M. BAPTISM AND HOLY EUCHARIST, CATHEDRAL Celebrant: The Rev. Canon George Maxwell Preacher: The Very Rev. Sam Candler Cathedral Singers and St. Cecilia Choristers: William Walton, Jubilate Deo Harold Friedell, Draw us in the Spirit’s tether Baptism: Walker Cash Huff, son of Valentina and Flint Huff

9 A.M. BAPTISM AND HOLY EUCHARIST, MIKELL CHAPEL Celebrant and Preacher: The Rev. Canon Lauren Holder Baptism: William Balentine Cox Gurley, son of Elizabeth and Hank Gurley

11:15 A.M. BAPTISM AND HOLY EUCHARIST, CATHEDRAL Celebrant: The Rev. Canon George Maxwell Preacher: The Very Rev. Sam Candler Cathedral Choir: William Walton, Jubilate Deo David Briggs, Christ’s Peace Baptism: Miguel Santiago Boaz-Contreras, son of Marta Diaz Boaz and Nate Boaz Hagan Holt Spires, son of Ashley and Harrison Spires

11:15 A.M. LA SANTA EUCARISTÍA, MIKELL CHAPEL Celebrant: The Rev. Canon Lauren Holder Preacher: The Rev. Deacon Juan Sandoval

4 P.M. CHORAL EUCHARIST, CATHEDRAL THE FEAST OF ST. PHILIP Officiant and Preacher: The Rev. Canon George Maxwell Cathedral Choir: Louis Vierne, Messe Solennelle David Conte, In heaven soaring up from Three Mystical Hymns


Most regular children’s, youth, and adult Sunday School classes meet at 10:10 a.m.



Child Hall Contemplating Christ: How to Become a Mystic without Really Trying!

Room 120 Join Canon Lauren Holder and Canon Cathy Zappa as they spend the fall studying of the Enneagram, a spiritual personality typing system and helpful resource for spiritual growth.


What will the church of the future will look like? The Jesuit theologian Karl Rahner famously said, “The

Christian of the future will be a mystic or he will not exist at all.” Rahner was convinced that the secularization of life that began after the end of the Second World War would pull people away from the church. He feared that, if people did not have a deep experience of God, they would not commit themselves to a sustained life of faith. This term, we are looking at what it means to be a mystic (it’s not as extraordinary as you might think!) and how the recovery of the contemplative tradition in the church might change how we go about being church. This Sunday, October 13, we will look at the Prologue of John and the stories of Jesus’ birth in Matthew and Luke to see what they tell us about the presence of Christ in our own lives today. As always, you will find a light heart, a broad welcome, and good coffee. We look forward to seeing you!

Room 121 Join Jeff Cunningham, Kathy Loomis, Michelle Perkins, and Scott Russell as they follow along with lessons of the students in Sunday School and apply them to the family context. All parents are welcome!

SMALL GROUP BIBLE STUDY Room 122 Jim Bingham and Gordon Mathis lead an ongoing small group Bible Study focusing on the Gospel of Matthew.

BIBLICAL GREEK Room 356 Continuing Biblical Greek classes are offered on Sundays from 1:15–2:45 p.m. for anyone who wants to learn the basics of translation using grammar aids, lexicons, and commentaries. For more information, contact the Rev. Dr. Thee Smith at tsmith@ Canon Carolynne Williams’ class will resume on October 20.


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. George M. Maxwell, Jr., Vicar The Rev. Catherine Zappa, Canon for Education and Worship The Rev. John William Harkins III, Ph.D., Priest Associate The Rev. Nathan G. Huddleston, Priest Associate for Youth and Young Adult Ministries The Rev. Julia B. Mitchener, Priest Associate for Children’s Ministries 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 Dorsey DeLong, Junior Warden


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SPIRITUALITY 2019 SPIRITUALITY CONFERENCE WITH LERITA COLEMAN BROWN, PH.D. From Contemplation to Compassionate Social Action:The Creative Encounter of Howard Thurman Saturday, October 26, 2019 9:30 a.m. – 3 p.m. What does it mean to be a freed human spirit? Join us for a day journeying through the life and writings of Howard Thurman and dipping into his contemplative practices. We will explore how this mystic and theologian emerged from Baptist beginnings to become a model and teacher of sacred activism. An examination of how his contemplative roots were affirmed and strengthened, and his 1935 pilgrimage to India and meeting with Mahatma Gandhi reveal his quiet role in changing the course of American history.


CHILDREN'S Ministries From ghoulies and ghosties And long-leggedy beasties And things that go bump in the night,

Good Lord, deliver us! Join us Sunday, October 27 in Child Hall for our annual

Blessing of the Halloween Costumes 5:30 – 7 pm We will begin with a Taco Bar (Adults $7, Children $5) Costume Blessing Procession of our Halloween Liturgy Bonfire and S’mores


KI D S 31st Annual CostumeTheSwap!

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CHAPTER WE ARE ACCEPTING CANDIDATES FOR NOMINATION TO THE CATHEDRAL CHAPTER The Chapter Nominating Committee has begun their work of assembling a slate of nominees for the 2020 Cathedral Chapter. We invite anyone in the parish to submit recommendations of qualified candidates. As the governing body of the Cathedral, the Chapter determines policy issues, oversees parish ministries and parochial entities, and provides stewardship of the Cathedral’s complex operations. Each month, the Chapter formally reviews the status of each of the Cathedral’s parochial entities and ministries, as well as parish financial statements. Unlike smaller parishes, the Cathedral Chapter does not usually get involved in the day-today activities of the Cathedral. In a system as large and complex as ours, the Chapter of the Cathedral operates as a board of trustees or board of stewards. Each Chapter member serves a three-year term. By-laws allow for members to be: “Any communicant of the parish in good and regular standing, who is not less than eighteen years of age, a regular attendant in Cathedral worship in the year preceding election, and known by the treasurer to have made and maintained a stated financial commitment for church support in the year preceding election.” The most important quality of an effective Chapter member is an ability to see the larger picture.

Most have held leadership positions in more than one of the church’s ministries or parochial entities. After recommendations are given to the Nominating Committee, eligibility is verified and candidates are polled to confirm their interest and availability. The committee then chooses six strong candidates to send to the Chapter for approval. Finally, Chapter members are formally elected by the parish at the annual parish meeting in December. The Nominating Committee reviews candidates who will round out the experience of the continuing Chapter members. We will seek to represent a broad range of age and gender groups, and a broad range of ministries and parochial entities of the Cathedral community. Members of the committee include: Matt Anthony, Carol Baker, Bridget James, Jenny McClure, Cy Philpott, Matt Richardson, Brent Rosengren, and Scott Russell. The Dean and Senior Warden Austin Hall serve ex-officio. Names of recommendations should be submitted along with a brief supporting statement to any Nominating Committee member or to the Office of the Dean, 404-365-1031, or by October 21.

Episcopal Church WOMEN

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The Episcopal Church Women of the Cathedral are excited to welcome Georgia’s first lady, Marty Kemp. Please join us at our annual meeting in Child Hall on Tuesday, October 22 from 12–1:30 p.m. as the first lady shares her journey to the Episcopal Church and how her faith has shaped and continues to shape her life.To secure a pre-ordered lunch please purchase a lunch ticket at no later than October 17. There will be a limited number available. Or, if you wish to bring your own lunch, you are welcomed to do so and do not need to purchase a lunch ticket. Rather, kindly RSVP to Drinks and dessert will be provided to all in attendance.

A Taste of Latin America, an annual dinner celebrating Hispanic culture in and around Atlanta is sponsored by the Diocesan Commission on Hispanic Ministry and it is a real fiesta! Hispanic members from several parishes will bring tasty Latin American food to share with guests at the special potluck meal. There will be music and dancing, craft items for sale, a raffle, and a silent auction - plus a piñata for the children, of course! This year’s dinner will be this Saturday, October 12, from 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. in Child Hall. Reservations and tickets are not required; after dinner, sombreros will be passed for donations to benefit humanitarian projects. Friends and family members of all ages are welcome. Mark your calendar and plan to come! Contact Deacon Juan Sandoval,, for more information.



THANK YOU JANIE HARRIS! Three years ago, Janie Harris returned to the Cathedral as the Program Coordinator for Membership and Stewardship. In that time, Janie has helped the Cathedral welcome new members, say goodbye to departing members, and make sure parishioners are visited and prayed for. She helped everyone get thanked for pledging, and made sure that records were up-to-date in the database and that everyone had easy access to financially supporting the parish. Janie helped implement change at the Cathedral, and she changed and learned a lot too. I’m excited for Janie’s next chapter as a development officer at CARE and I hope you will join me in wishing her the very best. —David Rocchio, Director of Stewardship

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DEATHS Bertha "Buffa" Buffington, died October 1




Your financial commitment to the Cathedral means so much to us and the 2019 Stewardship Committee wants to thank you! Join us on Sunday, October 20, at 5 p.m., for some delicious BBQ and quality time together. We’ll have great food and music, and a good time for the whole family. Event will be held rain or shine.Please RSVP at so we have enough food for you and your family!

This Sunday, October 13, we welcome organist Jonathan Poe as our recitalist at 3:15 p.m. A native of North Carolina, Jonathan is a graduate of Appalachian State University and Mercer University. He currently serves as organist-choirmaster at Christ Episcopal Church in Macon. His program will include works by Bach, Franck, and David Conte. We encourage everyone to come and hear this very talented musician and performer.

PRAYER List FOR THOSE WHO ARE ILL OR RECOVERING: LONG TERM PRAYERS T. Mayo and Pat Atkins • Virginia Bicksler • John Blair • Dick Burgin • LeCretia Burton • Bernice Burton • Wicke Chambers • Heather Clark • Suzy Cohen • Terry Dornbush • Sarah duBignon • Kitty Dukehart • Lee

Duncan • Randy Farmer • Rita Fink • William Ham • Caroline Hatcher • Katie Hughey • Louise Kan • Lisa Krysiak • Elaine Lyon • Lorri McClain • Carol McDonald • Jim McKenzie • Glenn Miller • Cecil Miner • Royce Mitchell • Susan Myers • Charlie Neal • Marian Palmore • Garry Pryor • Rubye and Wayne Reid •

Tommy Ripley • Agnes Elizabeth Robertson • Louis "Skip" Schueddig • Brenda Joyce Smith • Brian Sturgell •

Julie Thompson • Sally Gatling Tomlinson • Faye Van Winkle • Sandy Williamson • Randy Wilson • Hollis Youngner

FAMILY AND FRIENDS Eileen Abeyesundere • James and Julia Allen • Alex Collins Astrop • Karyn Bacon • Ed Bair • Daniel Baker • Bettina Bass • Sondra Bowen • Mr. and Mrs. William Boyd • Caroline Brewer • Connie Brittain • Joe Bumbak • Andrew Clark • Miguel Santiago Boaz-Contreras • Lisa Cooper • Joseph Counahan • Sandra Daniel • Annelly Deets • Aurelia Dunnam • Cheryl • Deborah Ellington • Amy Franklin • Carleton Fuller • Laura and Lucia Gardner • Bruce Gillies • Ann Gressette • Peggy Govan • Terry Harville • Greg Hentz • George Thomas Hole • Charlie Jones and Family • Sun Ja Kim • Betty C. Lyons • Pat Martin • Michelle Maxwell • Michael McClelland • Lauren McConville • Desi McGinty • George Mori • Liz Nelson • Donna Norman • Steven Norman • Andi Otey • Kathlyn Pattillo • Bill Poole • Frank Roth • Lillian Sandoval • James Sands • Beverly Schellhase • Karl Schaffenburg • Daniel Ladson Shwab • Donna Steigerwald • Tina Susco • Tom Talley • Pierson Thames • Jeffrey Thomas • Roger Traylor • Janiece Townshend • Ron M. Wallace • Roger Williams • Whit A. Wright • Patricia Young

FOR THOSE WHO HAVE DIED Bertha "Buffa" Buffington

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 2019 | 7:30 P.M. at the Cathedral of St. Philip

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RACE and Healing BOOK DISCUSSION: MYTHS AMERICA LIVES BY On Wednesday, October 16, Cathedral parishioners Harris Allen and Deacon Georgia Newman Powell will facilitate a discussion on Myths America Lives By: White Supremacy and the Stories That Give Us Meaning by Richard T. Hughes. The book is available from your favorite independent bookseller, the Cathedral Book Store. All are welcome, even if you didn’t get to finish (or read) the book! Remember that you can stop by the Lanier House Lawn to purchase some dinner, and join us in the Gould Room for the discussion, from 6:30-8 p.m. If you have questions, contact Jeannie Mahood, or 404-365-1031. “Myths America Lives By is an essential read for those interested in shattering the cycle of racism and imaging a new way forward. The book strikes the perfect balance between intellectual knowledge and heartfelt story-telling.” —Diverse Magazine


The Atlanta Baroque Orchestra once again teams up with the Cathedral Schola to present one of J.S. Bach’s most celebratory works.

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Cathedral newcomers are invited to enjoy a casual social gathering, complete with ice cream and beer. Come join us for Pints on the Point at 5 p.m. this Sunday, October 13. Contact Canon Lauren Holder,, for more information.

ADULT CONFIRMATION CLASS Our fall confirmation class kicks off on Wednesday, October 16! This class is for adults who want to be confirmed in the Episcopal Church and for those who are new to the Episcopal Church or to the Cathedral and would like to learn more. We will be meeting on Wednesdays, October 16 – November 20, from 6–7:30 p.m. For more information or to register, please contact Canon Cathy Zappa at or 404-365-1043.

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