Chimes

Newsletter of St. Paul's Cathedral

Yo Soy El Camino

My experience of walking the Camino de Santiago in northern Spain this summer was a fabulous opportunity for reflection and personal stock-taking. Some people I met along the way spoke of the Camino as … Continue reading

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Our Community Garden

St. Paul’s Social Services (SPSS) planted their first community garden this spring. We were one of fourteen garden plots at the St. Andrew Memorial Anglican Church’s community garden. Saturday, May 17 was planting day … Continue reading

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Special Vestry Meeting

Special Notice Special Vestry Meeting Sunday, October 5 @ 11:30am Please Plan to attend

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Natural Church Development

On Sunday, May 4, 2014, St. Paul’s Cathedral conducted its second Natural Church Development (NCD) survey. The survey, which complies with the highest international statistical standards for validity and reliability, measured the health and … Continue reading

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What’s Happening @ BRIO?

Brio is entering its third school year! I absolutely can’t believe it, and I would like to take this opportunity to share with you some of our successes since our last update for … Continue reading

September 12, 2014 · Leave a comment

Music this Fall

A warm welcome back to you all from the choir! We hope you’ve had a restful and enjoyable summer. Things certainly haven’t stood still since we last sang at the Ordinations in June. … Continue reading

September 12, 2014 · Leave a comment

So what exactly is “Passionate Spirituality”?

As all of you know, St. Paul’s Cathedral embarked on a process called Natural Church Development (NCD) almost 18 months ago. Hopefully, most of you will have heard that our lowest quality characteristic (aka … Continue reading

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Renew the Cathedral Update

The Renew the Cathedral Leadership Team has been making great strides this summer, continuing their fundraising efforts and plans for renovation. Monthly reports are given to Parish council detailing these efforts by the Leadership … Continue reading

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Parish News

Christmas in November? Our Annual Christmas bazaar will take place on Saturday, November 22, 2014. We’re going to celebrate Christmas with an Edwardian theme this year. The era began with the death of Queen … Continue reading

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Natural Church Development: Bulletin Board Responses

I was aware of my spiritual style when… I sang Evensong. I gave one of my pots to a neighbour who did not have a pot to heat her cans of … Continue reading

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Letter from Richard Ivey

Dear Kevin, Thank you for the lovely bouquet of flowers you sent to me some days ago in appreciation for the donation from the Richard and Beryl Ivey Fund at the London … Continue reading

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Discover

Free kid-friendly dinner provided at 5:30 pm Free child care (nursery, and ages 4-10) from 5:00-8:00 pm Faith-based children’s program from 6:00-8:00 pm Theme: “Pandamania… where God is wild about … Continue reading

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Youth Retreat

Youth Retreat in Parry Sound with Dean Kevin Dixon September 25-28 Registration Deadline: September 21 Contact the Church Office to register If you are in high school this fall, then … Continue reading

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Cathedral Calendar

The Cathedral Calendar can be accessed here: http://www.stpaulscathedral.on.ca/calendar.php Weekly Events Sundays @ 9 – Weekly adult education program Adult Children of Alcoholics – Sundays @ 1:00pm Al-Anon – Sundays @ 8:00pm Alateen – Sundays … Continue reading

September 2, 2014 · Leave a comment

Publication Information

Chimes – The Newsletter of St. Paul’s Cathedral Fall 2014 – VOLUME 21, ISSUE 3 The Right Reverend Robert F. Bennett – Bishop of Huron The Right Reverend Terry A. Dance – Bishop … Continue reading

September 1, 2014