The Cathedral Chronicle, February 27, 2011

dates to remember…

Sunday, February 27

12:30 p.m. | Annual Meeting

Thursday, March 3

8 a.m. | ROMEOs (Retired Old Men Eat Out) at Pete’s
Noon | Friendship Circle

Friday, March 4

10 a.m. | Bible Study
7:30 p.m. | World Day of Prayer at St. John’s Presbyterian Church

Saturday, March 5

10:30 a.m. | Transition Team meeting

Sunday, March 6

12:30 p.m. | Parish Meeting

the thelma wynne project…

It’s layette time again! The Thelma Wynne Project supplies layettes for needy new mothers in our city. For this very important and necessary outreach there is a great need for new baby clothes, baby toiletries – or cash donations if you so wish. During the month of February there will be a basket at the foot of the font to receive your much appreciated donations. Thank you!

world day of prayer 2011…

The World Day of Prayer service this year will be held at St. John’s Presbyterian Church, 251 Bannerman Ave on Friday, March 4th at 7:30 p.m.
This year’s service has been written by the women of Chile.  Please join us!

Coffee time…

We are still looking for volunteers to donate baking for our coffee time after the 10:30 a.m. service on Sunday. Thank you so much to those who have made  baking contributions!

Volunteer opportunity…

Parish Librarian

weekly announcements…

Any congregation member who wishes to have an announcement made on a Sunday is asked to give a written copy of the announcement to Canon Condo at least fifteen minutes prior to the service. Canon Condo will, in turn, make these announcements each week prior to the start of the Sunday service.

St john’s prayer list…

We invite you to take Sunday’s bulletin home with you and to pray for the persons on St. John’s Prayer List in your devotions.

Periaktoi news…

Be sure to check the periaktoi at the back of the church for current information announcements which may be of interest to you. You may also wish to check the Diocesan website:

Lenten project…

Amnesty International invites you to take on a Lenten Project. Lent begins soon. During Lent we prepare ourselves for Holy Week, when Jesus was tortured and killed. Many people in this world are, at this very time, suffering a similar fate. We invite you to write letters, emails, faxes on behalf of those who are suffering injustice, torture, and facing the possibility of death. Amnesty can provide you each week with suggestions for the letters you should be writing – or you can choose your own letters from If you do not have experience in letter writing for Amnesty, an Amnesty Letter Writing Circle will be meeting on Tuesday, March 1st at 27 Dundurn St. (off Maryland between Westminster and Wolseley) 7 – 9 p.m. You would be welcome to join us. If this is not convenient, please contact Tom Collings at 772-2892.

Prayer Circle…

Cathedral members are reminded that an email Prayer Circle operates from the Cathedral.
learn more about the Prayer Circle
make a prayer request

Main Street Corridor events…

Mondays 7 p.m. Mondays at St. Anne’s Bible Study on “The Gospel of Matthew” using the two book series by Tom Wright entitled “Matthew for Everyone”.