cathedral times The Weekly Newsletter of the Cathedral of St. Philip, Serving the City and Diocese of Atlanta April 17, 2011
Worship Services for Holy Week 2011
Sunday, April 17: The Sunday of the Passion, Palm Sunday
7:30 a.m. Liturgy of the Palms and Holy Eucharist, Mikell Chapel
8:45 a.m. Liturgy of the Palms and Holy Eucharist, Cathedral
9 a.m. Holy Eucharist, Mikell Chapel
Those interested in participating in the Liturgy of the Palms Procession may do so at 8:45 a.m.,
then join the Eucharist in Mikell Chapel.
11:15 a.m. Liturgy of the Palms and Holy Eucharist, Cathedral
1:30 p.m. La Santa Eucaristía, Cathedral
4 p.m. A Meditation on the Passion of Christ, with Carols, Cathedral
7 p.m. Holy Eucharist, St. Mary’s Chapel
Monday, April 18: Holy Monday
12:15 p.m. Holy Eucharist, St. Mary’s Chapel
5:45 p.m. Holy Eucharist, Mikell Chapel
7 to 8 p.m. Facilitated Labyrinth Walk before Taizé, Child Hall
8 p.m. Taizé: Prayers for Peace, Mikell Chapel
Tuesday, April 19: Holy Tuesday
12:15 p.m. Reaffirmation of Ordination Vows, Cathedral
5:45 p.m. Holy Eucharist, Mikell Chapel
Wednesday, April 20: Holy Wednesday
12:15 p.m. Holy Eucharist, St. Mary’s Chapel
5:45 p.m. Holy Eucharist, Mikell Chapel
Thursday, April 21: Maundy Thursday
5:30 p.m. Maundy Thursday Family Service, Deanery
7 p.m. Maundy Thursday Liturgy, Cathedral
Friday, April 22: Good Friday
Noon Good Friday Liturgy, Cathedral
Now when the
Childcare for children three and younger will be available in the Nurturing Center.
centurion and those 2 p.m. Stations of the Cross, Cathedral
with him, who 7 p.m. Good Friday Liturgy, Cathedral
were keeping watch
over Jesus, saw the Saturday, April 23: Holy Saturday
Noon Liturgy for Holy Saturday, Mikell Chapel
what took place, they Sunday, April 24: Easter Day, The Feast of the Resurrection
were terrified and 6 a.m. The Great Vigil: Lighting of the New Fire, Vigil Readings,
said, “Truly this man Holy Baptism and First Eucharist of Easter, Cathedral
8:45 a.m. Holy Baptism and Festival Holy Eucharist, Cathedral
was God’s Son!” 9 a.m. Holy Baptism and Holy Eucharist, Mikell Chapel
From this week’s lectionary 11:15 a.m. Holy Baptism and Festival Holy Eucharist, Cathedral
Matthew 26:14 - 27:66 1:30 p.m. La Santa Eucaristía, Cathedral
The Nurturing Center is open for children while their parents
attend services at 8:45 a.m., 9 a.m., or 11:15 a.m.
progr a Ms dur ing the Week
M o n day s Journal for Life: 1:30 to 3 p.m., Lanier House
Women’s Prayer and Praise: 7 to 9 p.m., Lanier House Library. This women’s group meets for journaling,
Library. Weekly prayer group. Contact Sally Llewellyn, meditation and prayer. Contact Sally Llewellyn, 404-
404-247-5144 or email@example.com. 247-5144 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wednesday Night Lenten Series: 7 to 8 p.m.,
T u e s day s
Child Hall. See page 4 for more information.
The Dean’s Men’s Bible Study: 7 to 8 a.m., Room 319.
Weekly Bible study led by Sam Candler, the Dean of the T h u r s day s
Cathedral, and others. Group Spiritual Direction for Women: The group
Early Morning Women’s Bible Study: 7 to 8 a.m., meets on the second and fourth Thursdays, 9:30
Room 316, led by Canon Beth Knowlton. We are to 11 a.m., Lanier House Library. Contact Canon
currently studying the Gospel of Matthew. Beth Knowlton (404-365-1043 or bknowlton@
2011 ch apter St. Veronica’s Guild: The guild meets on the second
stphilipscathedral.org), Jackie Stewart (404-876-6183
or JStew815@aol.com), or Bobbie Williamson (770-
Tuesdays at 10:30 a.m. in the Lanier House. Members 475-3534 or email@example.com).
Frank Bazzel, Ward Bondurant support Cathedral projects and ECW. Contact Alice
Youmans, 404-261-1321 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Avery’s Scarves Knitting Group: Knitters gather in
(Senior Warden), david Burge, the Atrium from 7 to 9 p.m. on the second and third
St. Monica’s Guild: This guild, which meets the second Thursdays to knit scarves and hats for children with
Geoff deLong (Treasurer), scott and fourth Tuesdays at 7 p.m. in the Gould Room, is cancer. Contact Buffa Buffington, 404-237-8159 or
Goodman, susan Graham, adrianne intended for women with young children. Contact Amy email@example.com.
Mininberg, 404-355-1164 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
hill, Carter hoyt, Jack huber, Bryan F r i day s
W e d n e s day s
Kibler, John McCollum, Kimberly St. Anne’s Guild: This guild supports various
The Dean’s Women’s Bible Study: 10:45 to 11:45 a.m., community outreach programs that focus primarily on
Mcomber (Junior Warden), Mary Room 319. Weekly Bible study led by Sam Candler, the women and/or children and meets the first Friday of
Mercer, Greg o’neal, Toby reed, Dean of the Cathedral, and others. the month at 9:30 a.m. in various locations. Contact
Eat Your Word Noontime Bible Study: 11:50 a.m., Jenny McClure (404-231-9644 or jennymcclure@
Julie rief (Executive Committee Room 380. The Rev. Buddy Crawford leads the hotmail.com) or Betsy Elliott (404-274-6868 or
Member-at-Large), susan rothschild, Bible/Book Study. We are studying the Gospel of John. email@example.com).
Bring your lunch and be ready for a lively conversation! St. Clare’s Guild: Members of this guild work on
sydney shipps (Secretary),
St. Elizabeth’s Guild: This guild meets at noon on the outreach projects as a group and with their children.
Matt Tarkenton (Executive first Wednesday of each month in various locations and Most members have elementary and middle school-
Committee Member-at-Large) supports the Cathedral Antiques Show, the Partnership aged children, but all women are welcome. They meet
Against Domestic Violence, and the Cathedral’s on the third Friday of the month. Contact Caroline
Memorial Garden. Contact Ann Fritts, 404-350-9294. Wallace, 404-233-1746 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
clergy a nd Wor ship schedule at 8:45 a.m. then proceed to Children’s Chapel
together. All children join their families at the
senior sta ff Sunday, April 17, 2011 / Palm Sunday, Year A Offertory following Children’s Chapel.
Liturgy of the Word Sunday School for children three years and older
The Very Rev. Lesson: Isaiah 50:4-9a takes place during the 10:10 a.m. education hour.
Samuel G. Candler Psalm: 31:9-16 Green Apron volunteers are available to help locate
Dean Epistle: Phillippians 2:5-11 the appropriate classroom for each child.
Gospel: Matthew 26:14 - 27:66
Dale Adelmann, Ph.D. Music
Canon for Music 7:45 a.m. Holy Eucharist, Mikell Chapel
Celebrant and Preacher: Sunday, April 17, 2011 / Palm Sunday, Year A
The Rev. Elizabeth C. Knowlton The Rev. Buddy Crawford 8:45 a.m. Holy Eucharist / All Choristers
Canon for Liturgy and Prayer 8:30 a.m. Nurturing Center opens Richard Lloyd, The Ballad of the Judas Tree
John Ireland, Ex ore innocentium
The Rev. George M. Maxwell Jr. 8:45 a.m. Holy Eucharist, Cathedral
Celebrant: Dean Sam Candler 11:15 a.m. Holy Eucharist / Cathedral Choir
Vicar Kenneth Leighton, Solus ad Victimam
Preacher: Canon Beth Knowlton
The Rev. Carolynne G. Williams Pablo Casals, O vos omnes
9 a.m. Holy Eucharist, Mikell Chapel
Canon for Pastoral Care and Elder Ministry Celebrant and Preacher: 4 p.m. A Meditation on the Passion of Christ,
The Rev. Buddy Crawford with Carols / Cathedral Schola
The Rev. Grady Jackson “Buddy” Crawford Jr., Andrew Carter, I Wonder as I Wander
Pastoral Care Associate 11:15 a.m. Holy Eucharist, Cathedral
Gerald Near, A Carol of the Passion
Celebrant: Dean Sam Candler
Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky, The Crown of Roses
The Rev. John William Harkins III, Ph.D. Preacher: Canon George Maxwell
Arr. Martin Shaw and Dale Adelmann,
Priest Associate 1:30 p.m. La Santa Eucaristía, Mikell Chapel Tomorrow Shall Be My Dancing Day
Preacher: The Rev. Isaias Rodriguez Daniel Gawthrop, Mary Speaks
The Very Rev. Harry H. Pritchett Jr.
Priest Associate 4 p.m. A Meditation on the Passion of Christ, Antonio Lotti, Crucifixus
with Carols, Cathedral Thursday, April 21, 2011 / Maundy Thursday
The Rev. Todd D. Smelser Officiant: Canon Carolynne Williams 7 p.m. Foot Washing and Holy Eucharist /
Canon Associate for Pastoral Care 7 p.m. Sunday Evening Eucharist, Cathedral Choir and Senior Choristers
St. Mary’s Chapel Maurice Duruflé, Ubi caritas et amor
The Rev. Theophus “Thee” Smith, Ph.D.
Celebrant and Preacher: Canon Todd Smelser Olivier Messiaen, O sacrum convivium
The Nurturing Center opens at 8:30 a.m. each Maurice Duruflé, Tantum ergo
Mr. Charles L. Jacobs Sunday for children age three and younger. Children Friday, April 22, 2011 / Good Friday
Director of Finance five and younger are welcome in the Nurturing Center 12 Noon and 7 p.m.
during the 11:15 a.m. service. The Nurturing Center Good Friday Liturgy / Cathedral Schola
ChapTer closes just after the 11:15 a.m. service. Tomás Luis de Victoria, John Passion Gospel
Mr. Ward S. Bondurant, Senior Warden Children’s Chapel for 1st-4th graders is in the Clemens non Papa, Crux fideles
St. Mary’s Chapel at 8:45 a.m. 3-year-old through Kenneth Leighton, “Drop, drop,
Ms. Kimberly T. McOmber, Junior Warden Kindergarten/ Pre-1st classes meet in their classrooms slow tears” from Crucifixus
palM sunday at the cathedr al
druM Mer s
a nd other
noiseM a k er s
pa lM sunday!
You are invited to shout
“Hosanna!” and bang drums,
blow kazoos, tap tambourines
or make a joyful noise on
other instruments in our
Palm Sunday procession.
Bring the instrument of
your choice and meet in
the horseshoe drive before
the 8:45 and/or 11:15 a.m.
services on Sunday, April 17. above Photo by Mike Siegel. all other PhotoS by ann Fowler.
W e d n e s day n i g h t eu ch a r i s t a n d d i n n e r du r i n g h o ly W e e k
please join us for church and dinner on Wednesday, april 20.
There will be a eucharist in Mikell Chapel at 5:45 p.m.
a Wednesday night dinner buffet will be available at 5:30 p.m. and will last until 7 p.m. To make dinner reservations please
contact Five star Culinary Group at 404-365-1040 or email@example.com. Menu and prices are listed on page 7.
r eQuest for easter altar floWer s
Please list the name (or names) as you want them to appear: Please complete the following information about you:
In Memorial for: In Thanksgiving for: your name(s):
name(s): daytime phone: date:
In Memorial for: In Thanksgiving for:
Please include a check with your request by April 20, made payable to:
name(s): The Cathedral of St. Philip. While any gift is appreciated, a minimum
of $50 per printed line is suggested. Checks and forms should be sent to:
In Memorial for: In Thanksgiving for:
The Cathedral of St. Philip, Attn.: Jeannie Mahood, 2744 Peachtree Rd.,
name(s): NW, Atlanta, GA 30305. You may also make arrangements by contacting
Jeannie Mahood, firstname.lastname@example.org or 404-365-1034,
In Memorial for: In Thanksgiving for:
or make your donation online at www.stphilipscathedral.org.
childr en’s Ministr ies
pa lM sunday (a pr il 17) neW loc ation for M aundy
Join us as we shout HOSANNA! and parade around the Cathedral thur sday fa Mily serv ice (a pr il 21)
remembering Jesus’ triumphant entrance into Jerusalem. Please Join us in the Deanery for foot washing and Eucharist Thursday,
note the changes to the regular children’s schedule on this day: April 21 at 5:30 p.m. On Maundy Thursday we remember both
During the 8:45 a.m. service all children join their parents in the the institution of the Holy Eucharist and the mandate that Jesus
Palm Sunday procession, continuing into the Cathedral at the gave to his friends to love one another, enacted through the
end of the procession. A cross will lead the youngest children washing of feet. This year we will meet in the Deanery (the house
(Kindergarten and younger) out of the church and to Children’s on Andrews that backs up into our parking lot, just outside the
Chapel. Older children remain in the 8:45 a.m. service with their entrance to Child Hall) and gather together in an upper room
parents for the passion narrative, which will be performed by there for this powerful and important liturgy. Please meet on the
middle school youth. front lawn at 5:30 p.m. Children and adults are encouraged to
Children will join their parents at the Offertory as usual. wear shoes that can easily be removed if they wish to participate
4th Grade children and younger will have regular Sunday in the foot washing.
School in spite of a shortened class period. Classes are suspended If you are unsure of how to access the Deanery, please contact
for 5th and 6th graders and all youth on Palm Sunday. Mary Hunter at 404-365-1082.
youth Ministr ies
pa lM sunday on the rooftop (a pr il 17)
no youth sunday school april 17
Join us on Palm Sunday as we climb to the rooftop of the Cathedral
Classes will resume sunday, May 1.
to cheer and wave palms during the 8:45 a.m. procession. Meet
please pray for our upper school youth and sponsors on outside Child Hall at 8:30 a.m. to climb the rooftop.
spring retreat this weekend (april 15-17) in sewanee, Tn.
fellini’s BiBle study Wednesdays
yo u t h co m i n g at t r ac t i o n s Join us for Bible Study on Wednesdays this school year. All students
palm sunday on the rooftop (april 17) (7th-12th grades) meet from 7-8 p.m. at Fellini’s (across the street
youth sunday at the Cathedral (May 1) from the Cathedral). Will Tyler and Mary Gilbreath will be leading
The Varsity and Zoo atlanta (May 1) our Fellini’s Bible Study this week. Please bring money to help out
with meals. Scripture is provided. See you there!
steWar dship Music notes
c athedr a l schol a to sing Meditation
2011 steWa r dship goa ls on the passion of chr ist, With c a rols
On Sunday, April 17 at 4 p.m., in lieu of our weekly service of Evensong, the Cathedral
$3,600,000 1,200 Pledges
will offer our annual Meditation on the Passion of Christ, with Carols, sung by the
Cathedral Schola. This service, built on the “Lessons and Carols” format, consists of
$3,206,723 scriptural and poetic readings appropriate to the season, punctuated by choral carols and
anthems, chanted Gospels, and congregational hymnody. We encourage everyone to
attend what has become one of our most popular Sunday afternoon services.
r eception to honor dav id fishBur n,
associ ate orga nist/choir M aster
The Cathedral Choir would like to invite the entire
Cathedral congregation to attend a reception in Child
Hall on Sunday, May 1 following the 11:15 p.m. service,
honoring David Fishburn for 25 years of dedicated service
to the Cathedral as Associate Organist/Choirmaster.
sav e t h e date! c at h e d r a l r e t r e at at k a n u g a
Fr i day, m ay 27 to su n day m ay, 29
registration will start in mid-april. if you have questions or if you want to help,
As of 4/6/11 please contact anna henry at 404-695-2900 or email@example.com.
adult chr isti a n education
Adult Sunday School classes are suspended on Palm Sunday deuteronoMy: the te aching of Moses
and Easter. Join us for the following classes at 10:10 a.m. on (rooM 380)
May 1. please contact the rev. George Maxwell, 404-365-1088 The Bible class will study the book of Deuteronomy. Comprised
or firstname.lastname@example.org, if you have questions about of the three great sermons of Moses, Deuteronomy is a covenant,
adult education. a law code, and a catechism. The class is led by Jim Bingham and
the de a n’s foruM (child h a ll)
The Very Rev. Sam Candler, Dean of the Cathedral, leads the Beginning BiBlic a l gr eek (rooM 370)
Forum from September through May, including special guest The New Testament Greek class is offered on a drop-in basis at no
speakers, current topics, and striking conversations. cost. No previous language expertise is required. Every class begins
with the Greek alphabet and pronunciation practice. Contact the
old fashioned sunday school Rev. Thee Smith at 404-727-0636 or email@example.com.
Rival Stories: The Anatomy of a Heresy. We often think of heresies neW testa Ment gr eek cl asses (rooM 316)
as attacks on the church by ill-meaning liberals who don’t Anyone who would like to learn Greek is welcome to subscribe to
appropriately respect tradition. This is often how history portrays the Cathedral’s Sunday afternoon series of classes taught by Phillip
them. The truth is that most heresies are efforts to answer Stokes of McAfee School of Theology. The fee is based on a sliding
questions that haven’t been sufficiently answered, and most heretics scale, $5-$20 per class session; scholarships are available for the
are well-meaning and often theologically gifted leaders of the classes and the books. The Beginning Biblical Greek class meets
church. This class will explore what a heresy is and how it comes from 1:15–2:45 p.m. The Intermediate Biblical Greek class meets
to be. This class will be facilitated by Canon George Maxwell. from 3–4:30 p.m. For more information contact the Rev. Thee
Smith at 404-727-0636 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
stations of the cross, a n excur sion
through the h a r d tiMes of life
Every Friday in Jerusalem you will find pilgrims walking the Via Dolorosa (Stations of the Cross). In “Way of the
Cross: Gateway to Resurrection,” Joan Chittister writes, “We pray the Stations of the Cross in both good times
and bad in order to learn how to live and to remember that when the dark days come we are not alone in them.”
The Rev. Canon John Peterson’s book “A Walk in Jerusalem” takes us on a walk with photos and meditations that
offer new insights into the Passion narratives. A book written for young adults, “At Jerusalem’s Gate,” by Nikki
Grimes and David Frampton offers beautiful woodcuts and poetry in a thoughtful framework for meditation. If
you have never walked the Stations of the Cross, these books at the Cathedral Book Store will inspire you.
Jeff sM a ll lectur e a nd Book signing
On Wednesday, April 27, from 7-8:30 p.m. in Child Hall, author Jeffrey Small will be speaking on the topic “Rethinking God in the 21st
Century” as well as signing his debut suspense novel, “The Breath of God,” a book Library Journal calls “visionary fiction” and RT Book
Reviews describes as “a thought provoking masterpiece.” An Atlanta native, Jeffrey is a graduate of Yale, Harvard, and Oxford Universities,
a contributor to the Huffington Post, and a popular speaker. For more information, please visit www.JeffreySmall.com.
pr ayer list
For those who are ill or recovering Bess Wyche For all expectant parents
Annabelle Oakley Dorothy Anderson
Geoff Hall Dale LaLonde To add a name to the prayer List, please
Linda Black Nancy Larson Young contact Jeannie Mahood in the pastoral
Bettie Driver Lee Sewell Care office, 404-365-1034. prayer cards
Jonna Rankine Stephen Williamson are also available at the receptionist
Stephanie Howell Elizabeth P. Johnson window at the church. due to privacy
Florence Carter Jernigan Hall issues, the person must give permission
Sharon Crews to have their name on the prayer List.
For those who have died
Matt Jones For all those serving their country away
Helen Mayo from home, for their safe return, and for their
Greg Brown families who wait for them
Charles Hall Retires after 33 Years of service at the Cathedral
Charles Hall is retiring on April 22. He has served the Cathedral faithfully for 33 years as a sexton. Originally
from Sandersville, Georgia, Charles moved to Atlanta when he was 18 and was employed as a landscaper at the
Atlanta Garden Center. In September 1978 he came to the Cathedral of St. Philip to work. At that time he
joined his mother, Laura Francis Pascoe, who worked at Cathedral Towers, and his stepfather, Frank Pascoe, who
worked at the Cathedral. Charles loves the church environment and offers this advice: “It’s always best to have a
good attitude when you’re dealing with people.” Thank you, Charles, for your good attitude, and for your many
years of service to St. Philip’s. If you would like to contribute to a financial farewell gift to Charles, please send us
a check made out to the Cathedral and marked as a “Gift to Charles Hall.” Your contribution is tax-deductible.
Contact Canon George Maxwell at 404-365-1088 or email@example.com if you have any questions.
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Director of Youth Ministries accepts chaplaincy position
Brandon Peete, the Director of Youth Ministries, has accepted a position as chaplain at All Saints
Episcopal School in Tyler, Texas. At All Saints Brandon will teach Senior Theology, 7th Grade Old
Testament, and 8th Grade New Testament classes in addition to officiating four chapel services per
week. Brandon will also serve his curacy at Christ Episcopal Church in Tyler, under the leadership of
the Rev. David Luckenbach. Brandon has worked at the Cathedral of St. Philip for six years. He and his
wife, Hillary, their boxer/pittbull, Hank, Hemingway cat, Eliza, and tabby cat, Ezra will be moving to
Texas this summer. Brandon’s last day at the Cathedral will be Pentecost Sunday, June 12. Please wish
him well as he embarks on this new, exciting opportunity in his life. We’ll miss you, Brandon!
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Meet a MeMBer
name: Judy Johnson We have a lot of resources and i think we offer them generously
other family members at the and wisely. our staff and members are constantly evaluating
cathedral: husband, Bill programs to revise them or to let them rest. Tradition is
a member since: 1997. “Cathedral comforting, but it doesn’t prevent us from growing as a church.
member russell MacKenzie invited us cathedral activities: Currently a Godly play first grade
to come to the 7:45 a.m. service several teacher, third year education for Ministry (efM) student,
times. i worked with russell at Coca- (substitute) eucharistic Minister, holy Comforter volunteer
Cola. We immediately felt welcome hobbies and interests: bowling, reading (cookbooks,
and continued to visit st. philip’s. We history, calculus, religion). Likes odd art movies—the
were hooked on the preaching. Within a month emile Fisher kind that Garden hills Cinema used to show.
recruited Bill and me to be ushers. We were amazed that Favorite service: “Whatever one i’m currently attending.
somebody at the Cathedral needed us. The rest is history!” sometimes i come to church because i’m scheduled to
neighborhood: Buckhead. Judy and Bill live close to the serve in some way. once i get here i’m glad i came. The
Cathedral on peachtree rd. Judy is originally from Chicago. services give me something i didn’t know i needed. i do like
profession: Judy is executive assistant to the dean at the evensong and the easter Vigil. That moment when we pause
Cathedral. For 23 years she was a systems analyst and software to cheer on the city workers during the eucharist on the
developer for various companies, including Caterpillar, lawn after the peachtree road race is quite special, too!”
Coca-Cola, and hanes (men’s underwear division). Judy Favorite hymns: My very favorite is #304, “i come with joy, to
was a math major at Bradley university in peoria, iL. meet my Lord.” a very close second is #536, “God has spoken
likes the cathedral because: “i don’t think the Cathedral to his people,” or the Torah song, which makes me feel like
tries to be all things to all people. But there’s a diversity here dancing. and then, there is #554, “simple Gifts.” Come to
in worship, in outreach activities, in formation and education. think about it, it’s hard to pick just one! i clip anthem texts
out of the leaflets sometimes after i hear the choir sing.
par ish life
Monthly 20s30s Brunch activ ities for k ids at
On Sunday, April 17 the 20s30s will gather the fa r Mer s M a r k et
for its monthly brunch. Newcomers and On April 23, Jay Swift of 4th & Swift
regulars gather in the Atrium immediately restaurant gives a chef demonstration
following the 11:15 a.m. service. A at 10 a.m. It will also be the first Kids’
20s30s host leads the conversation at a Learning Patch Day. The Learning Patch
nearby budget-priced restaurant. For more is a monthly hands-on program for kids to
information contact Mark Howard at firstname.lastname@example.org. learn about the earth, animals, and how things grow.
The Learning Patch is open 8:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. and sponsored by
20s30s spr ing Be ach r etr e at the Captain Planet Foundation. Check out the calendar for future
in hilton he a d Learning Patch Days: http://www.peachtreeroadfarmersmarket.
Friday, May 20 - Sunday, May 22
Weekend activities include a cook out, fellowship, spiritual
discussion, prayer service, and free time at the beach. The cost is fiv e sta r lunches at the c athedr a l
a non-refundable $75 for the weekend. Bring additional cash to Enjoy lunch Monday through Thursday from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30
split the cost of gas and for dinner out Saturday night. Please make p.m. in Child Hall. The Cathedral kitchen offers an entrée every
out checks to the Cathedral of Saint Philip and give them to Toby day, homemade soups, and an all-you-can-eat salad bar plus many
Reed or the Cathedral by Sunday, May 6. For more information tempting desserts. Fresh sandwiches are made-to-order, and there
contact one of the retreat weekend coordinators: Toby Reed at is a potato bar on Wednesdays and Thursdays. The menu for the
email@example.com or Mark Howard at firstname.lastname@example.org. week of April 17:
Monday: Soup and Sandwiches
Ba r itone to enterta in at Tuesday: BLT
pr iMe tiMer s luncheon Wednesday: Cranberry Chicken Salad
Thursday: Salisbury Steak
Noted baritone, Lawson Anderson, will
entertain Prime Timers and guests at the
luncheon meeting on Friday, May 20 in the Join the r ide!
Gould Room. Lawson sings with the Atlanta
You’re invited to join the bicyclists who gather in the Cathedral
Opera Company and the Northside United
parking lot on Thursdays evenings to ride throughout Buckhead
Methodist Church choir. He serves as a Director of the Atlanta
from 6-8 p.m. Their routes of 12 and 24 miles are well-marked and
Opera Guild Board. Lunch, at a charge of $6.00, is served at 12:30
follow low traffic streets. They ride throughout Daylight Saving
p.m., followed by the program. Reservations should be made with
Time (March 6-November 6). For more information contact Don
Jeannie Mahood, 404-365-1034 or email@example.com.
Dutson at firstname.lastname@example.org or 404-352-2300.
episcopa l church WoMen (ecW) episcopa l church WoMen spr ing
spr ing luncheon, a pr il 29 r etr e at, a pr il 29–M ay 1
Please join us for the ECW Spring Luncheon Episcopal Church Women (ECW) of the Diocese of Atlanta
celebrating Derby Day, Friday, April 29 from will gather for the Annual Spring Retreat on Friday, April
11 a.m. to 1 p.m., Lanier House Lawn 29–Sunday, May 1 at Mikell Camp and Conference Center.
Honoring St. Philip’s treasure, The Lanier House, the day will The program will focus on “Bullying in Our World: Why Does
introduce us to the ECW’s Lanier House Revitalization Project. It Matter to Me?” and will feature “Five Smooth Stones,” a film
We’ll experience the “before” and envision the “after” beauty of by George Wentworth of St. Anthony’s, Winder. Guest speaker
the century-old structure. The luncheon, catered by Five Star and is reading specialist Maureen A. McGrath, and the Rev. Mary
the Women of ECW, will feature 3 casseroles that are available Demmler, rector of St. Matthias, Toccoa, will be introduced as
for order in early May as part of a fundraising effort for the Lanier the new chaplain for diocesan ECW. A registration form may
House Revitalization Project: Nun Better Chicken Jambalaya, be downloaded from the ECW page on the Diocese of Atlanta
Classic Baked Ziti, and Black Bean Tortilla Bake. website: http://ecw.episcopalatlanta.org/Content/Episcopal_
Cost is $15 per person. For reservations, please contact Leah Church_Women.asp
Wilkerson at email@example.com or 404-603-8574.
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Wednesday night dinner is $7 for adults, $4 for children and $25 for a family of four or more.
Take the night off and relax while a homestyle dinner helps to heal you, your family and your spirit.
dinner menu for Wednesday, april 20: hamburgers and Fries; salad bar
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sign up For hab itat Welcome neWcomer s
The Cathedral Parish Life Committee
invites you to join us for the first time
or come back for seconds at the
our 2011 habitat project continues each saturday through april
30, excluding easter weekend. if you have built before, come
join again. if you have never built, come be part of this exciting
thursday, april 28, 6:30 p.m.
ministry. sign up at our table in the atrium to help build or gould room
prepare food for our team. you may also call John Champion
at 404 307-0817 to sign up or get additional information.
Please RSVP to Dan Murphy:
Bask ets for Jerusa leM house
Please join us to help assemble Easter baskets for Jerusalem
House at 10 a.m. on Saturday, April 23 in Child Hall.
Volunteers of all ages are welcome (and needed!)
Men and Women ... Tee It Up on May 23!
the 8th annual cathedral of st. philip open golf tournament
with a CHANCE to WIN $10,000 Hole-in-One!!
Monday, May 23, at Ansley Golf Club on Montgomery Ferry Rd.
Practice: 11 a.m. | Shotgun start: 12:30 p.m.
Attitude Readjustment and Prizes for winning teams: 5 p.m.
Registration forms available in the Atrium | Entry fee of $150 per player entry
($50 supports the Cathedral’s Capital Campaign)
Send registration form and entry fee to Richard Perry,
c/o The Cathedral of St. Philip, 2744 Peachtree Rd., Atlanta 30305.
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