April 09, 2015
Bible and Beer is Back after our Lenten Season.
Join us TONIGHT at Appalachian Vintners on Biltmore Ave. We begin to gather at 5:30 p.m. and open discussion at 6:00 and end at 7:00pm. We hope you can join us for a pint or a root beer, or even a glass of wine and as always a wonderful discussion about the Gospel text for this coming Sunday.
Just come as you are…no need to rsvp.
Seeking a Way to Serve at All Souls? Visit the New Ministry Board If you have been seeking a way to offer your gifts in ministry we have a new way for you to consider how to do so. The Ministry Board will be hanging on the church porch each Sunday and will have cards you can take which have the following on them: a basic introduction to the ministry, what kind of gifts/skills work best in that ministry, and who you can contact for further information.
Friday, April 10th at 7:00 pm MOTHER & CHILD With Simone Vigilante, Amanda Horton and Vance Reese Three of Asheville’s premier musicians join creative forces for a special performance at the Cathedral. This moving program explores the tangled bonds, complicated love, profound joys and sorrows of mothers and children. Featuring popular and beloved American tunes of Broadway, Folk Songs, Spirituals and famous Opera duets. Tickets and more information at: www.AmandaHortonSoprano.com or www.SimoneVigilante.com
The Daughters of the King will meet Sunday, April 12, at 10:15 a.m. in the CE room. All Daughters and those interested in becoming Daughters are invited to attend.
The First Annual Recovery Eucharist The First Annual Recovery Eucharist will be at 5:45 p.m. on Tuesday, April 14, 2015 at All Souls. All are welcome!
The SENIOR LUNCH BUNCH GROUP will meet on Wednesday, April 22, at 12:30 pm, in Zabriskie Hall with Robbin Whittington as guest speaker. A member of the Cathedral staff, Robbin serves as Executive Director for the Center of Spiritual Resources. Her program “Living a Life of Substance”, poses questions like, “What do I long for?, What matters most to me?, and “Where am I out of balance?”. The program viewed as a “living compass”, is grounded in scripture and church tradition. Please join us for lunch as we explore how individuals and families can benefit from this faith based program. We ask that you bring a dish to share with the group.
Service of Healing and Holy Eucharist Thursday, April 23, 7 p.m. Please join us for a Service of Healing and Holy Eucharist on Thursday, April 23, at 7 p.m. in the church. This contemplative service offers an opportunity to be still and to be refreshed. Anointing and the laying on of hands for healing are offered. Charlotte Cleghorn and Thomas Murphy are presiders. Music is offered by Karen Turner and Jacque Combs.
The Next Cursillo Weekend will be held on April 23rd -26th at Christmount in Black Mountain. Currently there are 26 pilgrims… plus those who will serve. Carroll Summerour is Lay Rectora and Linda Hundredmark is Asst. Lay Rectora. Please pray for God’s perfect will the weekend. Cursillo is a 3 day “short course in Christianity “ experience. For more information - contact Linda Hundredmark at 828 398 4135 or visitwww.wnccursillo.org
AmiciMusic returns to All Soul’s Cathedral on Friday, April 24 at 7:30PM with a beautiful chamber music program called “QUINTESSENCE” featuring music for piano with wind quartet by Mozart, Beethoven, and Vollbach. Pianist and Artistic Director Daniel Weiser will be joined by members of the new Asheville Wind Quintet, including Steve Loew, clarinet; Carlton Alexander, oboe; Hobart Whitman, French Horn; and Leslie Reim Zarnowski, bassoon. Tickets are only $15 for Church members and $20 for general public. Tickets are available at the door. Advanced tickets at 10% discount are available online at www.amicimusic.org.
Wholly Living—Holy Dying Sunday, April 26, 2015,1-4 pm, Zabriskie Hall Whether you are 25, 65, or 85, put this on your calendar now. Whether you want to or not…we need to talk…now. 90% of us think it’s important to talk about end-of-life wishes with our loved ones, but fewer than 30% have discussed what we or our family want. How do we start the conversation? Our Pastoral Care Team will provide a workshop to open the dialogue and provide information and resources to help. Clergy, Care Partners, parish attorneys and health care professionals address Q & A’s.Do it for yourself, your children, your parents…start the conversation now.
Ministry and Mission Conference Episcopal Diocese WNC Saturday, May 2, 8:45 a.m.-3:45 p.m. First Baptist Church, Asheville How Can We Sing the Lord’s Song in a Foreign Land? This annual diocesan event offers learning and growth for all. Workshops provide information, ideas, hands-on learning for all facets of congregational life. Workshops include prayer, restorative justice, art and theology, church wealth and mission, enneagram, dementia, racism, recovery, liturgy and many others. For more information and to register please click: http://www.diocesewnc.org/digital_faith/events/3164466
Church of the Advocate: We urgently need sneakers, sandals, white socks,.and T-shirts for our homeless men. They also need shorts, jeans and khaki pants, belts, caps, hoodies, and light jackets. Our women only need bags, underwear, shorts, and long casual dresses. We’re out of blankets, sleeping bags, and backpacks.and need toiletries (soap, shampoo, deodorant). Know that your donations ease the lives of the Advocate’s congregation
Save the date : Market Place – June 22 – 25
DID YOU KNOW? Did you know The Cathedral of All Souls has made it easier for members - and visitors - to make donations and/or payments to your pledge simply go to , click “make a donation” and enter your donation with your credit or debit card. This is a secure site and you do not need a Paypal account. You may also wish to use this qr code which will take you directly to our donation page of our website. To use this qr you will need a qr reader on your phone. Free apps available for both Android and Iphone.
#Money and Meaning continues its offering of a wonderful collection of All Souls’ photographs, prayers and food for thought in bookmark format through Easter – yours for the taking. Beginning in Advent and continuing for the next few weeks, bookmarks are available after all three services and in the church office. They are designed so that we might study and reflect together as a community around our liturgical readings as they relate to money and our living. Photographs have been contributed by All Souls parishioners. Readings and prayers were written by members of the clergy and our diaconate candidates. In addition to the bookmarks, Facebook postings offer additional photos and thoughts that continue to follow Sunday sermons and readings. It is our hope that you will find these tools both meaningful and helpful. If so, please add your comments on Facebook. Enjoy the journey.
The flowers are to the glory of God and in loving memory of Joan, Daniel S., and Scott Marshall Carolyn Cansler
These are persons for whom our prayers are requested. All persons listed are prayed for during our Wednesday liturgies. Names offered during the Prayers of the People on Sundays are persons having a specific urgency this week. Bev Gaines, Bob Morrow, John Chromey, David Truelove, Sophie Van Keer, Guy Sayles, Jennifer Shelton, Robert Keifer, Karen Sams, Phillip Brent, Dan Powell and family, the Spangler family, Carolyn Scribner, Linda Evans, Carolyn Herman, Janice Harvey, David Power and family, Emma Mamone-Peeples, Betty Nokes, Stevie Turner, Katie Gonzalez and family, the Zabriskie family, Deacon Alice Mason, Elaine Young, Aubree Fox, Molly Kenan, Myrtle and Sondra Stamey, the Teitelbaum Family, Will Bryant, Del Hare, Bill Norlin, John and Sean, Audrey Donatelli, Nancy Reid, Pat Hill, Larry Crawford, Joe Gernoske, Elizabeth, Trent, and Luke, the Rt. Rev. Rustin Kimsey, Ralph Lewis, Ken Prentice, Lorraine Griepp, Kim Calhoun and family, Ted Ahl, Laura Osting, Julia Gaines, Bruce Barkstrom, Herman Capozzi, M. J. Snook, Mike Martinelli, George Sherrill, David MacKendrick, Jan & Steve Davis, the Rymell and Flynn family, Bill Alexander, Meredith Norwood, the Hayes family, Norma Lee Ferguson, John G. Walker, Bill Alexander, Kerstin McDaniel, Nancy Keller, Richard Henning, and Candy Peebles.
We give thanks for those celebrating birthdays this week: Maya Rosener, Eunice Stewart, Ginger Cecil, Ryan Cecil, Miriam Casper, Heidi Griepp, Honour Stewart, Mary Lou Vitek, Will Zemp, John Johnson, Michele Mamone, Cheryl Gettinger, Danielle Mitchener, and Julia Peterson.
We give thanks for those celebrating anniversaries this week: John and Susan Blexrud, Harry and Nancy Martin, Shelly and John Gripentrog, and Stacey Curnow and George Gibson.