February 05, 2015
All Souls Epistle - February 5, 2015
Join us for our annual Pancake Race and
Fat Tuesday Pancake Dinner at All Souls!
We will gather in the parish hall Tuesday February 17th beginning at 6:00,
with pancake toss race and burning of the palms to follow!
See you there!
firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Adult Forum: February 8th. Orthodoxy and Orthopraxy Why do the mystics hold lifestyle and practice above right belief? What does this offer us? Led by Milly Morrow.
Small groups, focused on a variety of themes and practices for our congregational Lenten observance, are offered again this year. A description of each group can be found in the February issue of the Connection newsletter and on our website. Registration is online through our website www.allsoulscathedral.org. Groups begin on Thursday, February 26 and continue through March 26. Meeting times are from 6:00 p.m. through 7:30 p.m. (unless noted after the title). Childcare is provided from 5:45 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
“OUT OF THE SHADOWS” by Elizabeth Clark Stern. A Readers Theatre production featuring Alexandra McPherson. Carl Jung’s wife and his muse struggle to get to know the other and to claim their power. Jungian Analysts offer question & answer after: Bud Harris & Massimilla. Friday Feb. 6 at 7:30pm in Parrish Hall. Tickets at door $8.
Bob Feeser and his Tai Chi friends will celebrate Chinese New Year in the Parish Hall, Saturday, Feb 7 from 1 to 4 pm. The Chinese Lion will start his dance at 1:00 appealing to children of all ages. Bob, other Asheville instructors and their classes will demonstrate various Tai Chi forms and styles. Tai Chi’s health benefits (strength, flexibility, balance and stress reduction) are well known. Come join the fun; all are welcome.
Newcomers Class starts February 15th and runs for 6 weeks. The class is intended for individuals new to All Souls or those wanting to learn more about the ministries, the architecture, the ethos of the Episcopal Church, and the gifts of our community. We will meet at 10:10 in the Owen Library. For more information, contact Thomas Murphy at email@example.com, Helene Heilig at firstname.lastname@example.org, or Sherry in the Cathedral office at 828-274-2681.
Holden Evening Prayer Sunday evenings in Lent, 5:00p.m., Nave Holden Evening Prayer was written in the mid 1980’s by Marty Haugen while serving as the musician-in-residence at Holden Village, a Lutheran retreat center in the North Cascade Mountains of Washington State, called by some the Taize’ of the U.S. This contemplative setting of vespers follows the traditional form of the evening office while using contemporary and expansive language. Prayers, chant, hymns, readings and silence contribute to the reflectiveness of this evening liturgy. It is a liturgy appropriate for all sorts and conditions of spiritual seekers and pilgrims. This liturgy will be offered at 5:00 p.m. in the Nave beginning Sunday, February 22 and running through Sunday, March 22. For further information contact Todd Donatelli at the Cathedral. Holden Evening Prayer
2015 Spring Foyer Groups Now Forming Want to get to know more of your fellow parishioners in a relaxed atmosphere? Join a “Foyer Group.” A Foyer Group consists of 6-8 adults and children. Groups will meet 3 or more times between March and June to share a meal and fellowship. They may meet in homes, restaurants, or anywhere. Remember that even if you participated in the past, you must sign up again for a new group. There are no more forms! You must call or Email Shonda Asaad at 684-2682 or email@example.com with your name(s), address, phone number, and Email address(es). Deadline is Feb 21. Confirmation letters will be sent by Feb 28.
Autumn Grace February 21, 2015 The second meeting of the New Year for the women of Autumn Grace will be held on February 21 in the Owen Library with refreshments at 9:30 a.m. At10:00 we will worship together; then Jane Dawson will lead us in the second of three programs focused on learning about the religious traditions of other faiths. February’s focus will be Hinduism. There will be time for discussion with the program ending by 11:30 a.m. All women in their autumn years of life are encouraged to come join us for refreshments and stay for the program. Questions? Contact Babie Chromy (firstname.lastname@example.org, 687-2926)
A Workshop on The Sacramental Rite of Reconciliation (Confession) Saturday, February, 28, 9:00 – 11:00 a.m., Owen Library. The Rite of Reconciliation is a means for us to experience in a significant way God’s reconciliation. It is not about beating our breasts and putting on sackcloth but about experiencing the deep freedom of forgiveness. It is about experiencing that forgiveness directly and immediately. In his book, Reconciliation: Preparing for Confession in the Episcopal Church, Martin Smith suggests the following about this rite: “Repentance is the response we make as we meet Christ in the place where we have been brought to a halt, and sense his insistence that we reorient ourselves towards God. Why a halting place? Guilt about the past felt as a burden too heavy to bear; having emerged from a difficult stretch of life, one aspect of which can involve taking responsibility for the sins committed during the struggle; transition from one stage of life to another, to make the passage, we need to make a closure. God can call us to repentance in an endless variety of ways.” As the clergy of All Souls will be offering this rite during the season of Lent on Wednesdays from 4:30 to 5:30 (please contact the clergy direct via phone or email to schedule a time), this workshop will provide background about the rite along with suggestions for personal examination before making a confession. Led by Todd Donatelli. Please register for this workshop by calling the church office, 274-2681.
Our All Souls chapter of the Daughters of the King has placed prayer request cards in the Cathedral racks. To make your request, please fill out a card and leave it in an offering plate or give it to an usher. These requests are not included in the Sunday bulletins and are always completely confidential.
AmiciMusic returns to All Soul’s on Saturday, February 28 at 7:30PM with a program called “The Enchanted Hour: Songs of Twilight” featuring soprano Amanda Horton, flutist Lea Kibler, and pianist Daniel Weiser. They will perform music by Handel, Mozart, Debussy, Ravel, Hahn, and many more, all evoking the theme of twilight and the thin line between dream and reality. Cost for the program is $15 for All Soul’s members and $20 for general audience. Tickets available at the door. Buy in advance at for a further 10% discount. AmiciMusic is dedicated to performing great chamber music in intimate venues.
Spanish and English Class series at Kairos West Community Center 742 Haywood Rd West Asheville 2/18, 3/4, 3/18. Every Other Wednesday Evening From 7:30pm – 9:00pm The first half of our evening we will be split into two groups; Spanish learners and English learners. In the second half we will come together for conversation and fellowship. please register with Rev. Milly Morrow through her email, Gracias!
Register now for the Kanuga Parish Weekend (May 29-31, 2015)! There are now three payment options to make the weekend more accessible to everyone. You may make monthly payments, pay a discounted rate (with a commitment to fundraising), or pay the regular rate in full. Deadline for registration to take advantage of the discounted rate has been extended to February 16. Please register by giving your deposit of $50 - check written to All Souls Cathedral memo Kanuga Retreat. Click here for more information and to register for the All Souls 2015 Parish Retreat at Kanuga. http://www.allsoulscathedral.org/publications-and-forms/Kanuga
Church of the Advocate. Warm items are sorely needed by the homeless in this recurring bitter weather: jackets, coats, sweaters, gloves/mittens, caps, hoodies, thermal underwear. Our men also need sneakers and boots, belts, long- and short-sleeved T-shirts, and clothing for job interviews: suits, long-sleeved shirts, ties. Our women only need jackets, casual dresses, sneakers, socks, and underwear. As always we urgently need blankets and sleeping bags. Thanks so much for your generosity.
The flowers are to the glory of God and in loving memory of Leslie Russell Ford
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, Fallon Elkes, Rebecca Jackson, John Chromey, Jon Davis, David Truelove, Suzzy Sams, Sophie Van Keer, Guy Sayles, Jennifer Shelton, Robert Keifer, Karen Sams, Phillip Brent, Dan Powell and family, the Spangler family, Carolyn and Jean 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, David, and the Hare family, Clyde Heatherly and family, Bill Norlin, Mildred Dutten, John and Sean, Audrey Donatelli, Tiger Lily Miceli, Kitty Johnson, Jim, Aline, and Jeff Carillon, Gretchen and Jack Ryan, Nancy Reid, Pat Hill, Larry Crawford, Mallory Mantiply, Joe Gernoske, Paul Flynn, Elizabeth, Trent, and Luke, Amistead Neely, the Rt. Rev. Rustin Kimsey, Ralph Lewis, Julie Carlinnia, Ken Prentice, Lorraine Griepp, Pellyn Kurtz, Sam Davis and family, Ted Ahl, Jack Parsons, Laura Osting, Julia Gaines, Bruce Barkstrom, and Wil Wilson.
We give thanks for those celebrating birthdays this week: Mandie Carlson, Sherry Norman, Bob Dixon, Eric Ordnung, Jackie Rollins, Vicki Thompson, Andrew Beasley, Hannah Pennell, Andrew Wortas, Nolin Ager, Rosa Lee Harden, Raymond Rapp, Thomas Zabriskie, Eileen Betty, Pat Hayes, Jennifer Middlemas, Richard Starr, Caryn Stover, Elizabeth Gardner, Miller Graves, Austen Melton, and Jason Truesdale.
We give thanks for those celebrating anniversaries this week: Kathryn and Roger Henry and Anna and Thomas Wolfe.