Chimes

Newsletter of St. Paul's Cathedral

Camino de Santiago: The Way of St. James

The recent film “The Way” depicted a man (played by Martin Sheen) who walked 800 km, from the French/Spanish border to the city of Santiago de Compostela, in memory of his recently deceased … Continue reading

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St. Paul’s Social Services

For many of us, this spring has felt more welcome than most. Still, it’s moving in slowly: an occasional day of warmth, followed by enough chill to keep coats and sweaters on. Despite … Continue reading

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Natural Church Development

Prayer became more than words when: The young couple getting off the bus behind me followed me into this building. I kneel and feel the emotion of prayer. I hear the … Continue reading

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Family Ministries Update

This year some of the youth from St. Paul’s will be attending Youth Conference at Huron Church Camp May 23-25, the weekend before Diocesan Synod. The youth participants (aged 13 – 18) will … Continue reading

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What’s Happening @ Brio?

Brio is running into the last six weeks of our school year and BOY OH BOY are they going to be busy! Our staff is busy planning events for the … Continue reading

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Music

It seems that spring may finally be here – the sun is shining, the weather is warm and the car roof is down! Firstly, I would like to take the opportunity … Continue reading

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Cathedral Embraces New Photo Directory

The teeth pulling and twisting of arms is now over. In January we issued a challenge. In an average Anglican congregation only 45% of the parishioners have their photos taken for a pictorial directory. … Continue reading

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Natural Church Development Meets Renew

In the spring of 2013 an exercise was conducted in the parish as the first step in Natural Church Development (NCD). Various people were asked to complete a questionnaire. Interpretation of the answers produced … Continue reading

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Renew the Cathedral Update

The Renew the Cathedral Leadership Team has been hard at work, moving forward with fundraising efforts and plans for renovation. There have been monthly reports given to Parish council regarding the ongoing efforts of … Continue reading

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The Rev’d Canon Dr. Bill Danaher

As many of you know, over the past five years I served a term as the Dean of the Faculty of Theology at Huron University College. This was an exciting, rewarding and challenging … 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

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Breaking Bread: Sharing Favourite Recipes

Walnut & Broccoli Superblend Salad 1⅓ cups water ⅓ cup buckwheat groats ⅓ cup quinoa seeds ½ cup walnuts 3 cups broccoli pieces, small ⅓ cup dried, sweetend cranberries ⅓ … Continue reading

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Publication Information

Chimes – The Newsletter of St. Paul’s Cathedral Spring/Summer 2014 – VOLUME 21, ISSUE 2 The Right Reverend Robert F. Bennett – Bishop of Huron The Right Reverend Terry A. Dance – Bishop … Continue reading

May 1, 2014