Tuesday, 31 March 2015
Wednesday, 18 March 2015
HOLY WEEK and EASTER WORSHIP
Holy Week St. Paul’s Cathedral 2015
Palm Sunday: March 29
8:00 a.m. Holy Communion
10:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist and Liturgy of the Palms
Maundy Thursday: April 2
7:30 p.m. Holy Eucharist with Foot Washing and The Stripping of the Altar
Good Friday: April 3
11:00 a.m. The Celebration of the Lord’s Passion, Solemn Intercession, Meditation on the Cross
Easter Day: April 5
5:00 a.m. Sunrise Eucharist (on the Beach off of Schubert Drive)
8:00 a.m. Holy Communion
10:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist
ALL ARE WELCOME!
St. Paul’s Anglican Cathedral
360 Nicola St., Kamloops BC
250 372 3912
Posted by St. Paul's Info Blog at 22:59
Friday, 6 March 2015
Hello St. Paul’s Family
Here are a few things you may need to know.
Lenten Lectures - St. Paul’s Cathedral Lenten Lecture Series 2015
Thursdays in Lent: 12:15 – 12:45 pm
Light Lunch to follow
ALL ARE WELCOME!
March 12: Ron and Jennifer Ste. Marie The Camino
March 19: Dan Hines: Wayfinding
March 26: Ian Chadwick: The Pilgrims Progress
April 2: Louise Peters: Missional Pilgrimage Practices
Time Change –Spring forward on March 8th. Before you go to bed on March 7th turn your clocks forward 1 hour.
Chapel refurbishment will begin on March 9th. The office will be relocated during this time to the upstairs area.
St. George’s Spring Fundraiser –
Fox N’ Hounds Pub BBQ night & Silent Auction
$15 – for tickets call 250-554-0452
On , there will be a fund raiser concert for the Kamloops Hospice Association. The concert will start at 7 p.m. at St. Paul’s Anglican Church. Featured performers will include large and small brass ensembles, piano, organ, flute, hand bell choir, etc. Entrance is by donation at the door. Refreshments and light snacks will be available following the concert.
Listen to Buddhism, Christianity, Hindu Faith, Islam and Sikh Faith Perspective
Date: Sunday, March 15, 2015
Venue: Alumni Theatre Clock Tower Building at Thompson Rivers University
Free Admission and Refreshments
Videos from Epiphany Explorations 2015
March 2015 Schedule
All sessions are at Kamloops United Church in the sanctuary (421 St. Paul Street). All are welcome.
Rodger Nishioka, “21st Century Reformation”
· Tues. March 17, 5-7 p.m.
Mary-Wynne Ashford, “Turning Back from the Edge”
· – 6:45 pm.
Anthony Bailey, “A ‘Hands-Dirty, Feet-Wet’ Way of Commingling Faith and Life”
· Tues. March 17, 9 - 11 a.m.
Gary Paterson (Moderator), “Changing Landscape - Changing Church”
· Wed. March 18, 9 – 11 a.m.
Gary Paterson (Moderator) “The United Church Turns 90 This June.
What Does Resurrection Life Look Like?
· Thurs. March 19, 9 – 11 a.m.
Peter Rollins, Session #1: “Trickster Christ”
· Fri. March 20, 5 – 7 p.m.
Peter Rollins, Session #2: “Performing Subversion: The Church as De-centering Collective”
Sandra Beardsall, “Talking to Strangers”
· Wed. March 25, 9 – 11 a.m.
Mark MacDonald, “Lost Humanity: Indigenous Life & Reconciliation of the Churches of Canada”
· Wed. March 25, 1 – 3 p.m.
Christine Boyle, “Faith in our Shared Future”
· Tues. March 31, 5-7 pm
Anglicans might be particularly interested in attending the video of Mark MacDonald.
"Mark L. MacDonald, recently appointed World Council of Churches President for North America, is the Anglican Church of Canada's first national Indigenous Bishop after serving about 10 years as bishop of the U.S.Episcopal Diocese of Alaska. He is far from unfamiliar with Canada, having attended Wycliffe College in Toronto and served as a priest in Mississauga. He is the board chair for Church Innovations, Inc., and a third order Franciscan. Among Bishop MacDonald's published works are: 'Native American Youth Ministries', co-authored with Dr. Carol Hampton and published in Resource Book for Ministries with Youth and Young Adults; 'It's in the Font: Sacramental connections between faith and environment', Soundings, July 6, 1994, Vol. 16, No. 5; A Strategy for Growth for the Episcopal Church: Joining Multiculturalism and Evangelism, Inter-Cultural Ministry Development, San José, Calif., 1993." (from 2015 Epiphany Explorations brochure)
The title of Mark's presentation is "Lost Humanity: Indigenous Life and Reconciliation of the Churches and Canada".
The Thrift Shop will be closed for Good .
Please mark your calendars for Sunday, April 12, 2015 as we host “Dinner with the Dean” and celebration to honor Louise. More details to come.
The Dean is leaving. What happens next?
The Bishop asks that parishioners interested in serving on the Personnel Committee to search for our new Dean and Rector submit a nomination form. She will select 6 – 8 people from names submitted. The Bishop will also appoint an APCI representative and a consultant to this committee. Nomination forms or downloads are available from St. Paul's office, and on Sundays from the wardens. Please return the signed form to St. Paul's office in an envelope marked "Bishop Barbara" no later than . The Committee will be named on . More information about the work of the Personnel Committee is available from St. Paul's office.
- Bishop Barbara will appoint an interim. She is already working on this and ideally the same person will be with us until our new Dean arrives.
- The Bishop will invite people from St. Paul's to submit nominations to be on a search committee. These can be from people offering themselves, or from others who wish to nominate another parishioner. The Bishop will select 6 or so from these nominations, with broad representation, to be on the search committee. She will also appoint a consultant to represent APCI.
- The search committee will organize a parish day or days to compile a parish profile
- Bishop Barbara will post the position. Each applicant will be sent the parish profile and invited to respond
- Bishop Barbara will interview all applicants, either by teleconference, or by Skype, and will make a short list of suitable candidates
- The St. Paul's search committee will interview those on the short list, and make a choice
It will probably be at least a year until we have a new Dean and Rector at St. Paul's. During this time, the Bishop and the Reverend Sandra Sugden will provide pastoral care, along with the interim when named.
Louise's last day will be Easter . Sandra Sugden will be leading worship and providing pastoral care until . Bishop Barbara will lead worship on .
Please contact the wardens, Sandra or Bishop Barbara if you have any questions or concerns.
Posted by St. Paul's Info Blog at 11:25