Tuesday, 21 December 2010


360 Nicola Street, Kamloops B.C.

December 24 Christmas Eve
4:00 p.m. Pageant and Family Eucharist
7:00 p.m. Candlelight Eucharist - Cathedral
11:00 p.m. Candlelight Eucharist - Cathedral

December 25
Christmas Day
10:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist - Cathedral

December 26th Sunday
8:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist, Chapel
10:00 a.m. Festival of Lessons & Carols

Cathedral office closed Dec. 24th – Jan. 4th

Have a wonderful Christmas and a very happy 2011 from everyone at St. Paul's Cathedral in Kamloops.

Wednesday, 8 December 2010


St. Paul's participated in the Silent Night Project. Here is our contribution; we hope you enjoy our effort

Thursday, 25 November 2010


Due to a death in the Dean's family, the workshop has been postponed 2 weeks and will take place December 18th 9 am to 4 pm.

Remember to sign up for this Advent Workshop being held in the Cathedral Hall on Saturday, December 18th from 9 am to 4 pm. Join us for a day of reflection, discussion and art making as we prepare for the season of annunciations and the heavenly chorus singing "Glory". Come hear bible stories about Angels, hagiography from our Christian history, and identify your guardian angel. We will spend the afternoon creating Angels from a variety of media. The workshop promises to provide a wonderful day of reflection, prayer and creativitiy in preparation for the Birth of the Christ Child. To register: sign up in the Church on the bulletin board, or call the office 250-372-3912. Open to ALL interested adults. Free lunch is provided.

Tuesday, 23 November 2010


"Jesus goes to the Movies" schedule has been changed.

Jesus goes to the Movies: please note that the movie "Godspell" will be shown Sunday, November 28th at 7:00 PM in the Chapel, in place of "The Last Temptation of Christ" which will rescheduled in January, 2011. Watch for date and time.

Friday, 12 November 2010


Results of the Post-Survey discussions on Sunday, Oct 31 at St. Paul’s Cathedral.

People were asked to respond to the following 3 questions.

1 What are your initial thoughts and feelings on the results of the survey?

2. What does it say to you?

3. How do you see us going forward from here?

This is what groups came up with.

Continue to investigate renovating our existing building.
Where is the money going to come from?
Roof repair/ replacement will be needed in the next 5 years.
Keep the best of what we have got. What spaces can be changed?
Install a Stair Chair instead of an elevator.
People who no longer drive cannot get here by public transportation on Sundays. Do we need to change the times of our services?
If the property next door can be purchased, it could be made into a 5 – 6 storey condo building with Cathedral and Synod offices in the lower level and housing above.
Start on a smaller scale to see where the community can go in time.
A lot of concern was expressed about where money would come from to do either renovations or rebuilding.

There is no clear direction because there has not been enough input from the parish.
There should have been more small group meetings like this to provide input for the committee.
It was nice to get information before the meeting so that people could preview it.
The survey does show that more people would like to see renovation rather than rebuild.
We need to choose the direction for our worship in the future.
We have an aging population and a small group of people who support the parish.
Ministry should dictate what kind of a facility we need.
With a renovation there is still a problem with parking.
With a renovation there is a huge expense to keep an old building going.
Renovations could be prioritized if there is a problem with expenses.
We need to look at Ministry, worship space, vision and demographics, and have a building that reflects these.
Examine the good points of our Ministry and how we can build on them.
Provide a chart showing the demographics of the congregation.
Renovations should proceed to bring the building up to code and make it safer.
Have more small meetings or home visits to get the feeling of the congregation.
Have short meetings after the 8 AM service so that those members of the congregation can take part.
Identify areas where parishioners can see opportunities to accommodate changes. Encourage those programs that are working and identify areas where there could be improvement.
Check out Vernon, which has the fastest growing congregation in BC.

We should do more repair and renovation. Put heat pump, air conditioner and air exchange upstairs, and eliminate baseboard heaters. This would be for the long term.
We need washrooms, a fire exit and a kitchen upstairs.
People may have disliked only one feature of the options. That could have influenced the vote.
Cover the basic needs of the building, and do the things that have to be done, such as the roof and air conditioning.
Incorporate the Chapel area into the main worship area.
Change is inevitable. We have to renovate.
Don’t feel that 59% of strongly agree and agree is adequate for the whole congregation to move forward as yet.
We need a confidential survey to see what our financial situation could be,
Temporarily change the Cathedral around and see if it works.
Determine the willingness of the parish to make a definitive commitment to the future.
We see energy in the strongly agree and agree columns for the renovate option.
We should explore a worship setting that is circular, rather than rectangular, one that accompanies the BAS with its sense of community

Disappointing that there was no clear option.
Flags were raised about renovations.
Concerns about viability – things were not clarified enough.
Where is the business plan?
To work in detail concepts need more direction or time.
More details around finance are needed.
How would we finance?
There is a need for understanding of Ministry V Facility. Which do we need first?
With the purchase of the house next door, things might go in a new direction.
Knowing about the building next door might change the options of which result to investigate or choose.
Tell the congregation what can be saved if the status quo option is eliminated.
3 years of status quo.
Where will we be 25 years from now?
Look actively at where we belong for the future. Address it now, not in 25 years.
Set out a time frame.
Where are we in 25 years with each of the options? We need to have that discussion.
There is clear direction as the survey stands now - renovate.
We may need to drop the status quo and have only 2 options and decide from there.
Eliminate one of the options including property next door.
What is Ministry for us and for others, and how does it apply to these time lines.
Demographics and ministry and facility to follow.
Bring Ministry results into 2 options and how that fits into the future and viable values.
City planner and city vision have to align with our options and what that looks like.
Longer vision.
Info session on each option, with hard facts to provide context on narrower focus
Be there to meet needs that are going to be there.
Be strategic.
Get other churches involved and include them in discussion.

Frustration was expressed at not having a clear mandate to move forward.
This is a very Anglican result, with a range of views and hard to reach consensus (perhaps too much fence-sitting).
There are very different visions and desires of what people would like to see happen.
It would have been best to toss out the Status Quo and choose between the 2 real alternatives.
F and M Committee have been very balanced and fair in moving things forward – an excellent team and good work.
The Cleopas project looked at new church and social housing and after a long process and much discussion, could not make it work. Can we learn anything from this?
In Kelowna, 12 years of ad hoc bits and pieces in a facilities project without a compelling vision has led to unsatisfactory results.
Does the current committee feel a need for new blood and renewed energy after working hard on this for 3 + years?
What is the future demographic of our congregation, other churches and the Anglican Church of Canada? How will this influence our choices, commitments and legacies for next generations?
The survey has certainly challenged us to think seriously about our purpose / mission, our ministry and what we need in the way of facilities and location to fulfill that.

We should consider having a professional church / facilities / ministry facilitator assist us in working through our perceived impasse to develop a clearer direction.
If we have the house next door, it will allow us to keep options open and hopefully invigor some new energy and hope of the possibilities for the future.
The “same old: won’t cut it for the future. We need to come to a common, compelling (God’s vision!) that is future and community focused.
We do need the clear vision, but before people will buy in, we need to work through some details on scope and costs as well as seriously examine the opportunities and risks (SWOT analysis?).
It sounds as if there are only 2 options, either a new building or varying degrees of renovation of the existing one.
We should approach people in the congregation with talents and gifts that the Committee could use in the next phase.
Use professional help such as a church developer, strategic planning, and finance and risk management.
We should get an update from Kamloops United Church on how it achieved consensus and the essence of its business plan.
We need to move forward with a clear, strong vision for the future, but with the proviso that we must not sacrifice our mission in the process.
Straw poll for this table: renovate, 3 new building 4. Some who support renovate could shift to new building if certain risks and uncertainties could be addressed.

Question 1
People felt badly that there seemed to be an impasse and nothing was definite.
If the figures were changed to percentages, and the groups of strongly agree and agree were combined, the percentages work out to 59% and 39%.
We should investigate only renovate or new building. Status quo is not an option.

Question 2
There IS a majority for renovate over new building.

Question 3
If we buy the house next door, what will we use it for - parking, expansion or something else? Money would come from various sources including an approximately $100,000 loan, as per the November 2009 meeting that approved purchasing the house.
Where will future money come from, as the congregation is aging? The last renovation was in 1988, and included the upstairs hall, handicapped bathroom, upper kitchen and the basement.
Can we do a blend of renovation and new building? We could keep the Cathedral and Chapel and rebuild where the parish hall exists. We should maintain the nostalgic value. Is it worthwhile to renovate when we might need to do a new building in a few years?
There are questions about asbestos, wiring and plumbing that need to be addressed.
All deliberations need to be transparent, and new options brought forward. The plans may have been too elaborate and frightening.
As a first step, consider turning the Cathedral around to face east, build the second floor further into the hall, and install a people transporter and bathroom on the second floor.

The group is generally in favor of a combination of renovation and rebuilding, although concern was expressed about the worth of renovating an old building.
We should look at several renovation options, which could be done in stages.
What can we do to get more young people involved? We could have more lively music – guitars, keyboard, drums, etc.
A new building might cause us to lose people, especially if we were in temporary facilities for a while.

Question 1
There was disappointment felt.
People were glad to listen to all points of view.
Results were not surprising, as there are more questions that need to be asked.
How would we fund?
Views are traditionalist.
Pleased with the input from youth.

Question 2
Money factor.
Encouraged that the status quo is not an option.

Question 3
It is doable.
The longer we wait, the more costly things will be.
Numbers of older people are decreasing, and are not able to contribute financially at the same levels as they once did.
Consider a hybrid option. A consensus might be reached.
Do all things in stages.
Have an overall plan and vision.
Debt could override ministry.
A new building has the potential to help with costs and enhance our outreach ministries.
Renovations do not necessarily improve functionality.
The sooner we do something, the better.
Meet people where they are.
Increase our use of social networking, especially to appeal to younger people.
It is going to take a long to reach completion.
We should find out more about what KUC is doing.
Concerns were expressed about the ups and downs in the housing market,
Give more information on costs associated with each option.

Note: People liked this type of table discussion, and there were positive comments about the work done by the Committee and about the amount of information it had shared with the congregation.

Wednesday, 10 November 2010


Interesting outlook on Advent changes

Tuesday, 9 November 2010


Jesus goes to the Movies

movies based on the life of Jesus

please join us to watch & discuss the movies
Sunday evenings at 7:00 PM in the Chapel

November 7 Jesus of Montreal

November 14 Yeshua: Exploring the Jewish Roots of Jesus

November 21 Jesus Christ Superstar

November 28 The Last Temptation of Christ

December 5 Godspell

St. Paul’s Cathedral: phone: 250-372-3912 email: stpaulscathedral@shawbiz.ca
Verna Albright: 250-579-5208 Chuck Kalnin: 250-376-1940

Tuesday, 26 October 2010


REMEMBRANCE DINNER: Join us for Lemon Chicken Dinner, followed by Songs and Stories from the War Years. Friday, November 12, 2010 at 5:00 pm, St. Paul’s Cathedral, 360 Nicola Steet. All are welcome. Adults $10.00, Children $5.00, Family $30.00.

For tickets please call the Cathedral office at 250-372-3912, Trish at 250-374-1484 or Mollie at 250-579-5670.

COFFEE HOUSE St. Paul’s next “Coffee House” is planned for Saturday November 20th in the church hall. If you have a favourite that you would like to hear or sing along with at that time please send the title to Ron Ste Marie at ttjstemarie@hotmail.com. If you know the words or can find them on the internet send them as an attachment, or, if you would like to perform or lead a song just let Ron know as soon as possible. You would be most welcome. Last year’s event was a great success, and this one promises to be even better, so plan to attend. Admission by donation.

OUT OF THE COLD Starting November 3rd, St. Vincent De Paul will once again be running an overnight shelter on Sunday and Wednesday nights in the basement of St. Paul's Cathedral. Additionally, any time the temperature drops below -10C it is hoped the shelter can be opened. All in need are welcome to come spend the night in a warm bed.


Beginning November 7th and continuing every Sunday until December 5th, there will be movies shown in the Chapel at the Cathedral at 7:00 pm. The first movie is Jesus of Montreal. November 14th Yeshua: Exploring the Jewish Roots of Jesus. Watch for further releases.

Thursday, 23 September 2010


For the past 4 summers, our "Circular" newsletter team have received photo's taken by parishioners. They depicted God's wonderful world in 3 categories: People and pets; scenes; and open.

Each year the judges have been challenged to pick just one 1st place winner, and some honorable mentions. This year was no different I'm sure. The process is done blind--they don't know who submitted the photo nor the explanation behind it.

So, this year, the winner's of first place are: Tammy Davis for people and pets; Joy Gothard for scenes; and Trudy Smith for open category. Honorable mentions went to Rae Long, Bridget Jensen, Islay Oatway, and Katie Lukow took 2 H.M.'s.

Congratulations to all, and thank you for supporting the contest. It's been fun, and now the office has these beautiful submissions gracing the wall. Anytime you're in the church during office hours, be sure to pop in and take a look--the photo's are awesome!

Tuesday, 14 September 2010


The Primate's World Relief Fund is pariticpating in the gathering of funds to help those in need in Pakistan. The Canadian Government has extended the date for matching of funds, so get your donations in soon.

Tuesday, 3 August 2010


On July 20th, St. Paul's Cathedral hosted the amazing youth tour "Roots Among the Rocks". Here is a shot of the cast & crew with our dean, The Very Rev. Louise Peters.

Upwards of 80 people braved the heat and laughed, cried, identified (or not) with the stories collected and shared by these enthusiastic young people. Most amazing of all, is that approximately 30 days prior to appearing in Kamloops, this group had not met each other, had no material, and no plan. In that short space of time they collected stories from 70 people, wrote a play, found players, directors, and roadies. They played at the General Synod in Halifax in June, then took the production on a road trip across Canada.

It was a production to rival most anything professional, and certainly made this author ponder questions about faith and the church community.

Thursday, 15 July 2010


The Thrift Store is closed for the summer and will re-open Sept. 10th. The Very Rev. Louise Peters will be away until July 25th, then from August 1 to 27th. The office is open as usual 10:00 am to 1:00 pm, Tuesday to Friday, and staff will be happy to arrange pastoral care during the week if you have need.

So, to our loyal readers, enjoy the lazy, hazy days of summer. Remember when snapping those photo's of God's Wonderful World, our parish hosts an annual contest. A maximum of 6 shots can be entered in one of 3 categories: families, friends & pets; scenic views; open. The deadline for submission is September 6th, and may be emailed or dropped off at the office.

Friday, 25 June 2010


the church was subjected to a deep clean last weekend, and Colleen brought her camera.

Thursday, 24 June 2010


Hi Gang: Our veggies may be behind Chuck's "banana-belt" garden, but they're growing as fast as they can! Chuck visited Tuesday to bolster our spirits, and he didn't mention once how much higher his peas have grown! This week Allison's grandson Tristan joined our team, and put his youthful energy and enthusiasm into hilling the potatoes and leeks, and weeding as well - thanks, Tristan. We look forward to you joining us again. Rae showered us with goodies - she does treat us well - and tried her best not to fit into the photo. Faithful June added again to
our compost, and we wonder each week how it turns to soil so quickly. We all weeded, and some of us thinned beets, and picked rhubarb, spring greens and radishes. Today Sue transplanted cabbages and kohlrabi to the last remaining free spots, and potted some up in hopes of them being adopted out - these seeds surprised us by all germinating so well.Carrying on being inspired by Jo-Lynn to dig in the dirt - what a blessing she is to us all - Sue

Tuesday, 22 June 2010


Catch the Buzz. A youtube video of the opening at General Synod held last month in Halifax

Friday, 18 June 2010


Since the Office Coordinator will be away for 2 weeks, the office will be closed from June 26th to July 13th. The telephone messages will be answered so if you need pastoral care please call the office, or come to Service Wednesday or Sunday.

Thursday, 3 June 2010


Trudy dropped off her photo's from the weekend, which I'm sure you will find as enjoyable as I do.

Tuesday, 1 June 2010


But not shy! A wonderful weekend of sharing and learning took place May 28 to 30th at the Immaculate Heart of Mary Retreat Centre in Cache Creek. Fourteen women from St. Paul's parish spent their time listening to Ron Rolheiser on video, discussing the Two Halves of Spiritual Life. Small break out groups shared their thoughts on the information presented. Introductions included some personal information on each of the women present, including our leader Sarah Donnelly. The food was tasty and appealing; Denise's popcorn took us through the movie "Blind Side"; rooms were clean and equipped with full bathrooms and no one had to share their room.

Wednesday, 26 May 2010


This morning the Kamloops Daily News did a story on our Hands in the Dirt crew as they worked in Chuck's back yard preparing this year's Community Garden.

This crew of dedicated men and women (and even babies) is one of the shining examples of love and human kindness commonly found in St. Paul's parishioners. I'm proud to call them friends.


June 23rd, St. Paul's is hosting The Messy Church. There will be two sessions: 2 to 4 pm, and 7:30 to 9:30 pm. You are welcome to attend either or both. Call the church office to register.

Thursday, 29 April 2010


A young parishioner from St. Paul's has made a pledge to teach a dance to a group of children in Africa who have been orphaned through AIDS. The camps are the brainchild of Sarina Condello. She travels to Africa for 2 months every summer offering week-long creative arts camps at various orphanages. The children enjoy life at summer camp, and at the end of the week they star in a performance to which relatives and community members are invited. Using this medium, the kids have a way to communicate with each other and work together--sick or healthy, colour and gender blind.

Our young parishioner has been invited to join with Sarina as the lone volunteer. She needs to find the resources to pay for travel, accomodations & meals which she estimates will be about $5,300. She is seeking support from her community to help her participate in this worthy cause.

If you or someone you know is willing to help her, please contact St. Paul's Cathedral for details: stpaulscathedral@shawbiz.ca, or phone 250-372-3912 during office hours.

Wednesday, 21 April 2010


This morning, ably supervised by 4.5 month old Baby Lily, Mom Jenn and Granny Sue spent a couple of hours working in the dirt and got the following done:

* Edged lawn/veg. garden (running north/south) and removed +++
volunteer grass "seedlings".
* Dug and added compost & peat moss to the flower trellis and
planted 2 packets of sweet peas: Galaxy and Kiwi Bicolour Mixe.
* Weeded a bit among the raspberries and on veg. garden paths.
* Enjoyed delicious coffee and cake on the patio - the best bit!

The marigold, godetia, and red cosmos seedlings (planted April 15) started to sprout April 19 - that was quick - must be all the warm sunshine.And Sue enjoyed the first fruits of our veggie patch - clipped leek seedlings and chives - in a salad for lunch. So, we didn't get through the list of chores - they'll keep till next week!

Digging in the dirt most days - Sue

Thursday, 15 April 2010


More Hands in the Dirt gang shots

Tuesday, 6 April 2010


Seven hardy souls braved sunlight, then clouds, wind, hail & rain to dig in manure, compost & peat; to establish beds; to erect netting for peas; and to plant peas, spinach & lettuce. We also had coffee, tea & delicious goodies and were honoured by Lily's presence!

Is Bud praying, planting or both?

all in a straight row please


Sorrento Centre is welcoming friends and neighbours for a visit on Saturday, May 8 from 1pm to 5pm. For those of you who are not acquainted with the centre and all it has to offer, please consider this your invitation to visit. For any of you who are friends already and would like to help us welcome our guests, please give us a call at 250-675-2421 to volunteer.

Friday, 26 March 2010


Friday, 26 February 2010


LENTEN LECTURES, Thursdays 12:15 pm with lunch to follow. 2010 Theme: Word, Wonder & Wisdom. March 4, 11, 18, 25th & April 1st (see previous post)

MAUNDY THURSDAY, April 1st, 7:30 pm, Holy Eucharist with Foot Washing;

GOOD FRIDAY, April 2nd, 11:00 am The Celebration of the Lord's Passion, Solemn Intercession, Meditation on the Cross;

HOLY SATURDAY, April 3rd, 9:00 pm, The Great Vigil of Easter;

EASTER DAY: 5:00 am, Sunrise Eucharist on the Beach off Schubert Drive



A group study & discussion of Jesus' last week as seen through the different lens of Mark, Matthew, Luke and John. Led by Barb & Gary Paterson. March 29, 30 & 31st. Two gatherings to choose from: 1:00 to 3:00 pm, or 7:00 to 9:00 pm. Bring your Bible and a notebook to St. Paul's Cathedral, 360 Nicola Street. To sign up, call 250-372-3912. or email: stpaulscathedral@shawbiz.ca

Wednesday, 24 February 2010


World Day of Prayer 2010 Worship Service will be held March 5th at 1:00 pm at Hills of Peace Lutheran Church, 695 Robson Drive, Kamloops.

This year the service was written by the women of Cameroon "Let Everything that has Breath Praise God!"

Tuesday, 16 February 2010


Please join us tonight for dinner where delicious pancakes and sausage will be served in the Cathedral Hall. Admission is by donation and all proceeds will go the Haiti relief through the Primates World Relief and Development Fund. Dinner starts a 5 p.m. and ends at 7 pm.

Ash Wednesday Services tomorrow are in the chapel at 10 a.m. and 7 p.m.

Wednesday, 10 February 2010


Annually the men of St. Paul's prepare dinner, decorate the hall, and invite everyone to join in fellowship for a meal and some fun. So, for $10/person or $30/family, you too can be served a wonderful meal and meet with old friends or make new ones at St. Paul's Cathedral on Sunday, February 14th 5:30 pm.

If you wish to bring your sweetheart and join us, please call the office 250-372-3912to order tickets.

Thursday, 4 February 2010


Lenten Lecture Series 2010
St. Paul’s Anglican Cathedral
360 Nicola St.
Thursdays in Lent at 12:15 pm
Lunch to follow in Hall

Come and hear speakers reflect on writers, poets and artists who have helped shape their understanding of God

February 18: Brian Krushel will speak on: Bruce Cockburn

February 25: Carolyn Ronald will speak on: Margaret Laurence

March 4: Dan Hines will speak on: Albert Camus

March 11: Barbara Andrews will speak on: Barbara Brown Taylor

March 18: Gary Paterson will speak on: Alice Munro

March 25: LeAnn Blackert will speak on: Dr. Seuss

April 1: Brian Puida Mitchell: Rumi

All are welcome!

Wednesday, 27 January 2010


A statement from the Primate on the disaster in Haiti
Archbishop Fred Hiltz, Anglican Church of Canada

January 13, 2010 - Haiti has been devastated by a terrible earthquake. Thousands are feared to have died and many more injured. The people in Haiti have suffered so much in the past 10 years. Hurricane Jeanne ripped through the island in 2004 and in 2008 tropical storms took a huge toll. Now a new disaster. Through the Primate's World Relief and Development Fund, our church has made an initial donation of $15,000 for emergency relief through Action by Churches Together (ACT).

The Anglican Church of Canada and especially the Diocese of Montreal has had a long relationship with the Anglican Church of Haiti, personalized in many respects by Canon Ogé Beauvoir, the dean of the theological seminary in Haiti. A graduate of Montreal Diocesan College, he went to Haiti in 1991 as a Volunteer in Mission. In 1996, he returned to Canada to serve as regional mission coordinator for Africa and the Middle East. He returned to Haiti, where he was born, in 2004. We are grateful to know that he and his wife Serette are safe.

Please pray for the people of Haiti as they struggle with such devastation and grief..

Please remember as well their relative in Canada and the Canadian Haitian community many of whom anxiously await news of friends, relatives and loved ones.

Please give generously to increase our support for relief efforts.

I make this appeal in the name of Christ in his compassion for all who suffer.


Thursday, 21 January 2010


Update on PWRDF donations to Haiti. Donations can be made through Sunday Offerings at St. Paul's, or directly through the links provided within the document above. Just click on the word PWRDF in the first sentence and it will take you to that link.

Congratulations Anglicans everywhere for your generosity and love.

Friday, 15 January 2010


Primate's World Relief and Development Fund pledges support. An initial grant of $15,000 for ACT's Rapid Response Program, an ecumenical effort that is made up of churches and humanitarian organizations.

ACT members Christian Aid, Diakonie Katastrophenhilfe, Lutheran World Federation and Interchurch Organisation for Development Cooperation are already on the ground providing relief in Haiti and being funded by PWRDF and other member churches thanks to the generous donations from Anglicans in Canada.

Additional donations to Haiti relief will increase PWRDF's grant to ACT International. Donations made by individual Canadians to PWRDF over the period of January 12 to February 12, 2010 will be matched by the Government of Canada through CIDA-managed Haiti Earthquake Relief Fund. We will access these funds in cooperation with other Canadian churches as we have in the past.

Please watch for updates on PWRDF's response.
For members of St. Paul's Cathedral congregation your Sunday contributions to PWRDF through the collection can be marked "Haiti relief" and we will forward all donations received. You continue to make your cheques payable to St. Paul's Cathedral, and let us know how you want that money distributed.

We continue to pray for the country and her people during this devastating time.

Friday, 8 January 2010


Mark your calendars! 7:00 pm, Saturday January 30th, St. Paul's Cathedral will host a good old fashioned Coffee House in our beautiful hall. The City is rife with talented musicians. The focus is the songs of the 60's and 70's--folk songs filled with political protests, social injustices, and the joy of life. Call the church office if you would like to add your name to the list of entertainers.

Whatever you do, don't miss this evening of song and fellowship!