January 19, 2020
Second Sunday of Epiphany
Traditional Mass 8:00am
Cathedral for Kids Mass 9:15am
Choral Mass 11:15am
Weekday Cathedral Services
No services on Monday, January 20; Cathedral and Office are closed
8:45am Morning Prayer, Tuesday through Friday
12:15pm Contemplative Daily Mass, T, Th, F
12:15pm Mass of Anointing, Wednesday
7:30pm Contemplative Prayer, Tuesdays
Choral Evensong for Candlemas
Sunday, February 2 at 4:00pm
This evensong by our Cathedral Choirs honors the Presentation of our Lord Jesus Christ in the Temple 40 days after his birth.
Fellowship in Faith for Families
Sundays at 10am
Fellowship in Faith for kids continues with our Baptism unit. Children will explore their own baptism and learn about the Baptism of our Lord through storytelling, arts & craft, and dramatic play.
Cathedral Youth group's next meeting is Jan 26 at 12:30pm.
Dean's Forum: Christmas to Candlemas
Sundays, January 12, 19, 26 & Feb 2
From the Feast of Christmas on December 25 to the Feast of Candlemas on February 2, the worship experiences and stories we hear bring up a lot of questions. Why did Jesus need Baptism? Who decided Mary was a Virgin? Dean Sniffen and Canon Bruce Griffith will lead conversation on the meaning and signficance of these festivals.
Collection for Puerto Rico
Cathedral member Jeanisha Prysock-Gonzalez will be visting Puerto Rico on a missions trip with her school, where she and her classmates will pray together, serve the hungry, help repair houses damaged in Hurricane Maria, and more.
She will be collecting items at the cathedral to give to those in need on Sunday, January 12 and Sunday, January 19. Items requested include school supplies (black and white notebooks or spirals, binders, loose-leaf paper, folders, crayons, markers, colored pencils, pens, pencils, non-electric pencil sharpeners, small scissors, glue sticks). Health items needed include bars of soap, shampoo, body wash, toothbrushes, toothpaste, brushes, combs, sanitary napkins (no tampons), lip balm, lotion, washcloths, baby wipes, and towels. Small toys, coloring books, and gently used clothing would also be welcome.
There will be bins for the collection at the Welcome Table for the next two Sundays.
MLK Day of Service
Monday, January 20
In honor of the life and work of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., St. John's Cold Spring Harbor in collaboration with the Diocese of Long Island is planning a Day of Service to address urgent preservation needs at the Harbor Road Burying Ground in Cold Spring Harbor.
The Burying Ground is a historic long-neglected cemetery used by generations of Cold Spring Harbor’s diverse milling and whaling community and owned by St. John's Church.
The event is limited to 25 participants and a sign up is required. To sign up, see visit Saint John's Cold Spring Harbor website: https://www.stjcsh.org/blog/mlk
through February 14
We are collecting used prescription and non-prescription eyeglasses for distribution to the Honduran community through Global Brigades-Medical Brigades. They work alongside local communities and staff to implement sustainable health systems, working on intake, triage, dental, optometry, gynecology, and pharmacy stations in a clinic that provides healthcare to hundreds of people from rural Honduran communities.
Look for the donation box inside the cathedral.
At the heart of our choir program are the Cathedral Choristers, comprised of boy and girl trebles. Choristers who grow up singing in a program such as ours develop the ability to sing the finest choral music with confidence, skill, and good vocal technique. Our chorister program is made up of two groups of young singers, the Junior Choristers and the Senior Choristers.
The Senior Choristers are a group of singers in fifth grade and above. They rehearse twice per week, on Tuesdays from 6:30pm to 8pm and Thursdays from 7:00 to 9:00pm. They sing weekly at the 11:15 Mass as part of the Cathedral Chamber Choir, as well as for all Evensongs and special occasions. The training the Senior Choristers receive as part of rehearsal gives them the ability to sing difficult music of all eras confidently. Many of our choristers participate in NYSSMA festivals, and we are always proud to have a number of choristers represented in All-County Ensembles, as well as All-State and All-Eastern Choirs.
Do you know a young person who loves to sing and could value a free musical education? Contact our Music Director Larry Tremsky at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about the process of joining the Choristers.
You can submit prayer requests online at www.incarnationgc.org/prayers.
The Church: Michael the Presiding Bishop, Lawrence our Bishop, Geralyn our Assistant Bishop; Daniel our Assisting Bishop; William, our Assisting Bishop, Michael, our Dean; Michael our Canon Pastor, Morgan, our Minor Canon for Family Ministries, Adam, our Minor Canon, Andrew our Canon Steward, Denise our Deacon; Larry, Colin, Charlie, Kris, Kate, James, and Shirley.
The Nation: Donald, our President; Andrew, our Governor; Theresa, the Mayor of Garden City, and the members of our Armed Forces, especially Brian Thorpe, James Rivera, Charlie Whittaker, Jason Whittaker, Raymond Minihan, Jason Clark, Liam Begley, Adam Sanchez, Jonathan Hart, James Tilden, and their families.
For those serving in our armed forces: Brian Thorpe, James Rivera, Charlie Whittaker, Jason Whittaker, Raymond Minihan, Jason Clark, Liam Begley, Adam Sanchez, Jonathan Hart, James Tilden and Noah Penders.
In the Anglican Cycle of Prayer we pray for the Dioceses of Harare (Zimbabwe) and Luapula (Zambia) and in the Diocesan Cycle of Prayer we pray for Caroline Church, Setauket.
For those who have asked for our prayers:
Tony, Flor, Marisol, Pat, Lawrence, Karen, Headley, Mary F., Monica S. Eladio, Niyjah, Natasha, Nesha, Claude, Lauren, London, Tristan, Gianna, Nirvana, August, Wayne, Whitney, Debbie, Nancy F., Ida S., Danielle, Charles, Geralyn, Steve, Kristin, Virginia E., Kerry B., Mary N., Carol H., Devon H., Michael, Paul, Tara, Carin, Lizzy, Janice, Linda M., Danielle C., Ed B. Laurie A., Danny, Rosanne R., Kristin, Steve, Michael, Doris, Diane W., Vincenza, Dena-Antointe, Loretta, Neena, Matthew, Webb D., Jessica G., Betty, Carol, Becky, Emily, Mary Lou and Debra.
We wish a blessed and Happy Birthday to Abigail Chester, Paul Craine, Luke Kaminski, Victoria Keller, Christina Mora and Saera Schumacher who will celebrate birthdays this coming week.
For those who have died, and for those grieving the death of a loved one, that they may find comfort and peace.
Bread & Wine Memorials, Flower Memorials, Mass Cards, children’s birthdays and prayer requests can be sent to Shirley in the cathedral office at email@example.com or (516)746-2955. Prayers are taken off the list after 90 days unless a special request is made.