Chimes

Newsletter of St. Paul's Cathedral

Lenten Reflection

Ash Wednesday is February 10th this year. From the Book of Alternative Services, we read these words: “We begin our journey to Easter with the sign of ashes, an ancient sign, speaking of … Continue reading

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Refugee Committee

You may remember a letter I read during the announcements in October. The letter was from Bishop Bennett asking us to consider ways that we could assist in the Syrian crisis. That letter … Continue reading

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Renew – Accessible Washrooms

Exciting news about what’s next for Renew The Cathedral Capital Campaign! After having completed the wheelchair accessible entrance to Cronyn Hall with the installation of a raised sidewalk this past fall, the Renew Leadership Team continued … Continue reading

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Renew is Alive and Well!

The Renew Action Teams are working hard, and you can see the results in the report to Vestry given on January 31, 2016. Please check it out. Many people are involved—as Chair, … Continue reading

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St. Paul’s Social Services

Each day, at St. Paul’s Social Services (SPSS), staff and volunteers reflect our core values of kindness, respect, community, and generosity. At the Daily Bread Food Bank we have a welcoming person that … Continue reading

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Marmalade

The famous St. Paul’s Cathedral Marmalade is now available!  This year’s prices are: 1 Jar – 8 oz. (250 mL) $5.50 1 Case (12 jars) $66.00 1 Jar – 4 … Continue reading

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Easter Egg Hunt!

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Brio Music Update

As Brio starts its next part of the school year, with the possibility that it could be our last, I’m reflecting on the past three and a half / four years and … Continue reading

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Choral Evensong

A new addition to worship at the Cathedral is the offering of Choral Evensong on the third Sunday of each month at 4:00pm. Many decades ago, Evening Prayer was a worship service in … Continue reading

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Advent Reflection 2015 – Correction

In the Christmas 2015 Edition of the Chimes, the incorrect article was printed under the title “Advent Reflection 2015”. Below is the correct article, submitted by Phyllis Beauchamp. I apologize for any confusion. – … Continue reading

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Music

Following a very short break for the choir after their amazing and dedicated work over Advent and Christmas—which included one weekend with five services in three days—they are back in … Continue reading

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Enviro-Care

We have the “green light” to explore low-cost ways of becoming more green at the Cathedral. The discussion continues Monday, February 8th at 7:00pm in the Guild Room. All are … Continue reading

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Lent & Easter at the Cathedral

Ash Wednesday: Wednesday, February 10 Eucharist with Imposition of Ashes @ 8:15am, noon & 7:00pm Contemplative Prayer: Mondays @ 6:30pm February 15 February 22 February 29 March 14 March 21 Music & Readings for … Continue reading

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Weekly Events

Sundays @ 9: Weekly adult education program Al-Anon: Sundays @ 8:00pm Alateen: Sundays @ 8:00pm Narcotics Anonymous: Sundays @ 8:00pm Brio Music: Weekdays @ 4:00pm Recovery Thru 11th Step: Mondays @ 7:30pm London’s Tuesday Noon Hour … Continue reading

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Breaking Bread Together: A St. Paul’s Social Services Program

TURKEY, MUSHROOM & WILD RICE SOUP 1 tbsp olive oil 8 oz. cremini mushrooms, sliced 1 cup chopped onion 4 garlic cloves, minced 6 cups turkey or chicken broth ¾ … Continue reading

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Lenten Bible Study

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Publication Information

Chimes – The Newsletter of St. Paul’s Cathedral Lent & Easter 2016 – VOLUME 23, ISSUE 1 The Right Reverend Robert F. Bennett – Bishop of Huron The Right Reverend Barry Clarke … Continue reading

January 1, 2016