March 06, 2015

March 8 - Adult Forum. 10:10 a.m. “If you don’t have control of your money then you are always living in reaction to it”. This introduction will be based on the Khan Academy & Bank of America Partnership “ Better Money Habits Budgeting and Saving”. How much is enough? The session will benefit  young adults, families and people of all ages who wish  to get a handle on their money. Led by Rosa Lee Harden, David Greiner,  and Carla Dimmitt Schell - #Sponsored by Money and Meaning

Don’t forget to “Spring Forward”.  Set your clocks!

 

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 (unless noted after the title). Childcare is provided from 5:45 to 7:30.

 

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.

BLUE BAGS will be given out this Sunday.  Help feed hungry children right here at home by shopping the list attached to the empty bag and filling your bag with items such as: cereal, peanut butter, jelly, canned fruits and veggies, macaroni & cheese, diapers (all sizes), maybe even a treat like Teddy Grahams! Return it full on March 15th. 1 in 4 children live in poverty right here in Buncombe County! The Episcopal Peace Fellowship of WNC wants to alleviate hunger by “Feeding all souls.” For more information or to learn how you can help, call Martha Fullington 684-2083.

Common Threads is a group of folks who enjoy working together to make items which we hope will improve the quality of the lives of recipients. We will be meeting on Thursday March 12 to work on sleeping bags for the homeless and drawstring backpacks for guests at Room in the Inn. We have jobs for everyone - no experience necessary. Please join us Thursday from 10 to 2 in Zabriskie Hall. All you need to bring is your willingness to help and your lunch.

 

LENT QUIET MORNING:  The All Souls Chapter of the Daughters of the King is sponsoring a “Quiet morning” on March 14th from 9 a.m. to 12:30 in the church.   Meditations will be on the “showings” of Julian of Norwich - “Love was His Meaning..”  The Rev. Nancy McCarthy, Associate of the Order of Julian of Norwich” will be the presenter of the meditations.  ALL ARE WELCOME TO ATTEND!

 

March 22- Adult Forum, 10:10 a.m.   Brenee Brown on Vulnerability, Wholeheartedness, Shame and Lent: Featured Speaker at TedX and On Being with Krista Tippett, Brenee Brown’s work on vulnerability , wholeheartedness and shame have become compelling for millions of people. “I am an Episcopalian, in one of our prayers, there’s a phrase we say, “We have not loved you with our whole heart.” What does it mean, what does it take to be wholehearted? How are vulnerability and shame connected to our experience of Lent? Led by Rosa Lee Harden and Todd Donatelli.

 

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 www.allsoulscathedral.org, 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.

 

Church of the advocate: Even the homeless who can spend nights in a shelter must be out during the day, so in bitter weather the Clothes Closet most urgently needs men’s jackets, coats, thermal underwear, sweatshirts, hoodies, warm vests, mittens and gloves, warm hats and scarves, sweaters, warm socks, sneakers and boots. Our women need jackets, sneakers, boots, underwear, long casual dresses, gloves/mittens, warm hats, and bags. We’re out of blankets and sleeping bags, and some members of our congregation don’t have access to shelters. Your donations could not be more welcome in this weather.

 

The flowers are to the glory of God and in loving memory of Patricia Dwyer Huber

 

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, John Chromey, Jon Davis, David Truelove, 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 Hare, Clyde Heatherly and family, Bill Norlin, John and Sean, Audrey Donatelli, Bobbie, Tiger Lily Miceli, Jim, Aline, Jeff Carillon, Gretchen and Jack Ryan, Nancy Reid, Pat Hill, Larry Crawford, 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, Kim Calhoun and family, Ted Ahl, Jack Parsons, Laura Osting, Julia Gaines, Bruce Barkstrom, Herman Capozzi, M. J. Snook, Mike Martinelli, Kerstin McDaniel, George Sherrill, David MacKendrick, Denzel McKnight, Jerry McSwain, the Dieden family, John G. Walker, Don Cole, Gaelyn Evangreene, and the Selma Pilgrims.

We give thanks for those celebrating birthdays this week: Emma Aasland, Barbara Frohmader, Kaitlyn Peterson, Felix Huebner, Gina Donatelli-Miceli, Annie Teel, Maureen Edick, Renee Raffini, Elizabeth Brown, Nicholas Ramming, Linda Jackson, David Peeples, Oliver Perez, Richard (Rick) Robillard, Brooke Smith, Cy Gourlay, and Florence Krupnick.

 We give thanks for those celebrating anniversaries this week: Robert Lea and  Laura Whitaker-Lea and Nevin Trammell and Karen Turner.