Calendar

Feb

04

Tuesday

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Meditation and Contemplative Prayer

7:30 PM

Where: Cathedral of the Incarnation

The Christian tradition of contemplative prayer can be traced back to Jesus who went to the desert to pray in solitude before many of the most significant events in his life. Following in that tradition, we will meet once per week to enter the desert of our hearts, emptying ourselves so we can welcome what Catherine Doherty called "the whisperings and light of the Holy Spirit."

Feb

07

Friday

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Yoga at the Cathedral

7:00 PM

Where: Cathedral of the Incarnation

Yoga by candlelight. Instructor: Melissa Deraval. Suggested donation: $15.

Feb

09

Sunday

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Sunday Worship Services

Where: Cathedral of the Incarnation

Traditional Said Mass

8am to 9am

This is a spoken Mass using the traditional language of Rite I from the Book of Common Prayer.

Cathedral for Kids

9:15am to 9:45am

A family worship service that includes interactive music, Scripture-reading, storytelling, and communion. This abbreviated service is suitable for all ages and will focus teaching on themes that connect our prayer life to spiritual growth and social learning.

Choral Mass

11:15am to 12:15pm

A full cathedral-style liturgy featuring choral music by our choir. The preaching relates the scriptures of the day to our daily lives, and the music is carefully chosen to relate to our daily lives, and the music is carefully chosen to relate to the themes of the season.

Feb

09

Sunday

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Fellowship in Faith

10am to 11am

Where: Mercer School of Theology, 65 4th Street

Fellowship in Faith is an hour-long, intergenerational fellowship time, which takes place at Mercer School of Theology, just south of the cathedral building. This is a wonderful opportunity for members of the cathedral congregation and visitors who attend different services to meet each other and discover new ways to explore our faith together.

Starting at 10am each Sunday, we serve delicious coffee from Irving Farm, plus bagels and other light refreshments. Children aged 2-12 are invited to participate in developmentally appropriate creative activities. Adults are invited to explore their faith in special forums, scripture study, and holy conversation.

Feb

09

Sunday

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Dean's Forum at Fellowship in Faith

10:15am to 11:00am 

Each Sunday morning there is an opportunity for adults to come together during Fellowship in Faith for spiritual conversation around diverse topics. Come and join an open and supportive conversation in which you will find yourself uplifted and encouraged on your spiritual journey. It is not necessary to make it to every session. Enough context is provided each week for you to join the conversation whenever you are able to attend. On February 9 and 16, we will be discussing C.S. Lewis's book "Letters to Malcolm: Chiefly on Prayer."

Feb

09

Sunday

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Candlelight Taizé Service

5:00 PM

Where: Christ Church, a Chapel of the Cathedral, 33 Jefferson Street in Garden City

A service of music and meditative prayer.

Feb

16

Sunday

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Dean's Forum at Fellowship in Faith

10:15am to 11:00am 

Each Sunday morning there is an opportunity for adults to come together during Fellowship in Faith for spiritual conversation around diverse topics. Come and join an open and supportive conversation in which you will find yourself uplifted and encouraged on your spiritual journey. It is not necessary to make it to every session. Enough context is provided each week for you to join the conversation whenever you are able to attend. On February 9 and 16, we will be discussing C.S. Lewis's book "Letters to Malcolm: Chiefly on Prayer."

Feb

23

Sunday

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Cathedral Youth Group

12:30 PM

Where: Cianella Lounge at Mercer School of Theology, 65 4th Street

Youth Group is a fellowship and formation program for all middle school and high school aged youth. Youth Group gathers on the last Sunday of the month from September through May for Bible study, service projects, and more.

Feb

25

Tuesday

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Meditation and Contemplative Prayer

7:30 PM

Where: Cathedral of the Incarnation

The Christian tradition of contemplative prayer can be traced back to Jesus who went to the desert to pray in solitude before many of the most significant events in his life. Following in that tradition, we will meet once per week to enter the desert of our hearts, emptying ourselves so we can welcome what Catherine Doherty called "the whisperings and light of the Holy Spirit."

Feb

26

Wednesday

Ash Wednesday

7am, 12:15pm, 4pm, 7:30pm

Where: Cathedral of the Incarnation

On Ash Wednesday, we will have Mass and Imposition of Ashes at:

7am, 12:15pm, 4pm, 7:30pm

The 4pm Mass is our "Ash Wednesday for Kids" service, which is specially geared towards families with children. The 7:30pm service is a Choral Mass featuring our Cathedral Choirs.

Ash Wednesday is the first of the forty days of Lent, named for the custom of placing blessed ashes on the foreheads of worshippers. The ashes are a sign of penitence and a reminder of mortality, and are imposed with the sign of the cross.

Feb

28

Friday

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Yoga at the Cathedral

7:00 PM

Where: Cathedral of the Incarnation

Yoga by candlelight. Instructor: Melissa Deraval. Suggested donation: $15.

Mar

01

Sunday

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Sunday Worship Services

Where: Cathedral of the Incarnation

Traditional Said Mass

8am to 9am

This is a spoken Mass using the traditional language of Rite I from the Book of Common Prayer.

Cathedral for Kids

9:15am to 9:45am

A family worship service that includes interactive music, Scripture-reading, storytelling, and communion. This abbreviated service is suitable for all ages and will focus teaching on themes that connect our prayer life to spiritual growth and social learning.

Choral Mass

11:15am to 12:15pm

A full cathedral-style liturgy featuring choral music by our choir. The preaching relates the scriptures of the day to our daily lives, and the music is carefully chosen to relate to our daily lives, and the music is carefully chosen to relate to the themes of the season.

Mar

01

Sunday

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Fellowship in Faith

10am to 11am

Where: Mercer School of Theology, 65 4th Street

Fellowship in Faith is an hour-long, intergenerational fellowship time, which takes place at Mercer School of Theology, just south of the cathedral building. This is a wonderful opportunity for members of the cathedral congregation and visitors who attend different services to meet each other and discover new ways to explore our faith together.

Starting at 10am each Sunday, we serve delicious coffee from Irving Farm, plus bagels and other light refreshments. Children aged 2-12 are invited to participate in developmentally appropriate creative activities. Adults are invited to explore their faith in special forums, scripture study, and holy conversation.

Mar

03

Tuesday

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Meditation and Contemplative Prayer

7:30 PM

Where: Cathedral of the Incarnation

The Christian tradition of contemplative prayer can be traced back to Jesus who went to the desert to pray in solitude before many of the most significant events in his life. Following in that tradition, we will meet once per week to enter the desert of our hearts, emptying ourselves so we can welcome what Catherine Doherty called "the whisperings and light of the Holy Spirit."

Mar

06

Friday

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Yoga at the Cathedral

7:00 PM

Where: Cathedral of the Incarnation

Yoga by candlelight. Instructor: Melissa Deraval. Suggested donation: $15.

Mar

08

Sunday

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Sunday Worship Services

Where: Cathedral of the Incarnation

Traditional Said Mass

8am to 9am

This is a spoken Mass using the traditional language of Rite I from the Book of Common Prayer.

Cathedral for Kids

9:15am to 9:45am

A family worship service that includes interactive music, Scripture-reading, storytelling, and communion. This abbreviated service is suitable for all ages and will focus teaching on themes that connect our prayer life to spiritual growth and social learning.

Choral Mass

11:15am to 12:15pm

A full cathedral-style liturgy featuring choral music by our choir. The preaching relates the scriptures of the day to our daily lives, and the music is carefully chosen to relate to our daily lives, and the music is carefully chosen to relate to the themes of the season.

Mar

08

Sunday

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Fellowship in Faith

10am to 11am

Where: Mercer School of Theology, 65 4th Street

Fellowship in Faith is an hour-long, intergenerational fellowship time, which takes place at Mercer School of Theology, just south of the cathedral building. This is a wonderful opportunity for members of the cathedral congregation and visitors who attend different services to meet each other and discover new ways to explore our faith together.

Starting at 10am each Sunday, we serve delicious coffee from Irving Farm, plus bagels and other light refreshments. Children aged 2-12 are invited to participate in developmentally appropriate creative activities. Adults are invited to explore their faith in special forums, scripture study, and holy conversation.

Mar

10

Tuesday

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Meditation and Contemplative Prayer

7:30 PM

Where: Cathedral of the Incarnation

The Christian tradition of contemplative prayer can be traced back to Jesus who went to the desert to pray in solitude before many of the most significant events in his life. Following in that tradition, we will meet once per week to enter the desert of our hearts, emptying ourselves so we can welcome what Catherine Doherty called "the whisperings and light of the Holy Spirit."

Mar

13

Friday

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Yoga at the Cathedral

7:00 PM

Where: Cathedral of the Incarnation

Yoga by candlelight. Instructor: Melissa Deraval. Suggested donation: $15.

Mar

15

Sunday

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Sunday Worship Services

Where: Cathedral of the Incarnation

Traditional Said Mass

8am to 9am

This is a spoken Mass using the traditional language of Rite I from the Book of Common Prayer.

Cathedral for Kids

9:15am to 9:45am

A family worship service that includes interactive music, Scripture-reading, storytelling, and communion. This abbreviated service is suitable for all ages and will focus teaching on themes that connect our prayer life to spiritual growth and social learning.

Choral Mass

11:15am to 12:15pm

A full cathedral-style liturgy featuring choral music by our choir. The preaching relates the scriptures of the day to our daily lives, and the music is carefully chosen to relate to our daily lives, and the music is carefully chosen to relate to the themes of the season.

Mar

17

Tuesday

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Meditation and Contemplative Prayer

7:30 PM

Where: Cathedral of the Incarnation

The Christian tradition of contemplative prayer can be traced back to Jesus who went to the desert to pray in solitude before many of the most significant events in his life. Following in that tradition, we will meet once per week to enter the desert of our hearts, emptying ourselves so we can welcome what Catherine Doherty called "the whisperings and light of the Holy Spirit."

Mar

20

Friday

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Yoga at the Cathedral

7:00 PM

Where: Cathedral of the Incarnation

Yoga by candlelight. Instructor: Melissa Deraval. Suggested donation: $15.

Mar

22

Sunday

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Sunday Worship Services

Where: Cathedral of the Incarnation

Traditional Said Mass

8am to 9am

This is a spoken Mass using the traditional language of Rite I from the Book of Common Prayer.

Cathedral for Kids

9:15am to 9:45am

A family worship service that includes interactive music, Scripture-reading, storytelling, and communion. This abbreviated service is suitable for all ages and will focus teaching on themes that connect our prayer life to spiritual growth and social learning.

Choral Mass

11:15am to 12:15pm

A full cathedral-style liturgy featuring choral music by our choir. The preaching relates the scriptures of the day to our daily lives, and the music is carefully chosen to relate to our daily lives, and the music is carefully chosen to relate to the themes of the season.

Mar

24

Tuesday

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Meditation and Contemplative Prayer

7:30 PM

Where: Cathedral of the Incarnation

The Christian tradition of contemplative prayer can be traced back to Jesus who went to the desert to pray in solitude before many of the most significant events in his life. Following in that tradition, we will meet once per week to enter the desert of our hearts, emptying ourselves so we can welcome what Catherine Doherty called "the whisperings and light of the Holy Spirit."