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Weekly News

We Worship

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Weekly Worship Schedule with Links to Services and Bulletins

9:15am Sunday Morning Prayer Online

Sundays, 9:15am to 10:00am, online only via Zoom

To attend online, join the Zoom Meeting for 9:15am Sunday Morning Prayer
Meeting ID: 103 690 947 Password: 413291
Or dial-in by phone: (646)876-9923

Add to Calendar Sundays at 9:15 AM 2020-12-20T09:15 2020-12-20T10:00 America/New_York 9:15am Sunday Morning Prayer Online Sundays, 9:15am to 10:00am, online only via Zoom

To attend online, join the Zoom Meeting for 9:15am Sunday Morning Prayer
Meeting ID: 103 690 947 Password: 413291
Or dial-in by phone: (646)876-9923

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11:15am Choral Mass (with Eucharist)

Sunday, April 11, 11:15am to 11:45am, in-person by reservation or online

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Weekday Morning Prayer Online

Monday through Friday, 8:45am to 9:00am, online via Zoom

To attend online, join the Zoom Meeting for Weekday Morning Prayer
Meeting ID: 380 470 915 Password: 693777
Or dial-in by phone: (646)876-9923

Add to Calendar M,Tu,W,Th,F at 8:45 AM 2020-12-21T08:45 2020-12-21T09:00 America/New_York Weekday Morning Prayer Online Monday through Friday, 8:45am to 9:00am, online via Zoom

To attend online, join the Zoom Meeting for Weekday Morning Prayer
Meeting ID: 380 470 915 Password: 693777
Or dial-in by phone: (646)876-9923

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Weeknight Compline Online

Monday through Friday, 8:45pm to 9:00pm, online via Zoom, no services April 5-9

To attend online, join the Zoom meeting for Weeknight Compline
Meeting ID: 263 033 638 Password: 445381
Or dial-in by phone:(646)876-9923

Add to Calendar M,Tu,W,Th,F at 8:45 PM 2020-12-21T20:45 2020-12-21T21:00 America/New_York Weeknight Compline Online Monday through Friday, 8:45pm to 9:00pm, online via Zoom, no services April 5-9

To attend online, join the Zoom meeting for Weeknight Compline
Meeting ID: 263 033 638 Password: 445381
Or dial-in by phone:(646)876-9923

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Holy Week and Easter Sermons Online

Did you know that you can check out recordings of previous sermons on our website's sermon page? The sermons from the Triduum are now posted!

We Connect

January Desktop Wallpaper

April Wallpaper Calendar is Here!

Each month, we will send out a digital monthly calendar with an image of the Cathedral. You can download these images for free and use them as the wallpaper for your home computer background. Download the calendar for April at this link.

We also have a limited number of Ashby liturgical wall calendars available. You can pick one up in the narthex on Sunday morning at the Cathedral. Please fill out this form if you would like to have an Ashby calendar mailed to you.

We Grow

Dean's Forum: Dietrich Bonhoeffer

Discipleship Comes of Age

Wednesdays at 7:30pm, April 14, 21, and May 5

The Lutheran pastor and theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer is perhaps best known for his role in the anti-Nazi resistance and his subsequent martyrdom. But since his death in 1945, shortly before the end of the war, he has been claimed by religious movements--left, right, and center--that are deeply opposed to each other.

This course will seek to disentangle Bonhoeffer's thought from one-sided interpretations through a close reading of two of his most important texts: The Cost of Discipleship and Letters and Papers from Prison.

Taught by Laura Nelson, Ph.D., parishioner at the Cathedral of the Incarnation.

To join online:
Zoom Link for Dean's Forum
Meeting ID: 263 033 638
Password: 445381

Add to Calendar Apr 14 at 7:30 PM 2021-04-14T19:30 America/New_York Dean's Forum: Dietrich Bonhoeffer Wednesdays at 7:30pm, April 14, 21, and May 5

The Lutheran pastor and theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer is perhaps best known for his role in the anti-Nazi resistance and his subsequent martyrdom. But since his death in 1945, shortly before the end of the war, he has been claimed by religious movements--left, right, and center--that are deeply opposed to each other.

This course will seek to disentangle Bonhoeffer's thought from one-sided interpretations through a close reading of two of his most important texts: The Cost of Discipleship and Letters and Papers from Prison.

Taught by Laura Nelson, Ph.D., parishioner at the Cathedral of the Incarnation.

To join online:
Zoom Link for Dean's Forum
Meeting ID: 263 033 638
Password: 445381

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Mystagogia: Living into the Mysteries

Sundays, April 18, 25 and May 2 at 10:15am

The Rev. Canon Michael Delaney will lead the group in deepening our understanding of the mysteries of our faith, our Sacraments, and our life together in community. This weekly meeting will take place online via Zoom.

Register on Realm to receive the Zoom link for Mystagogia.

Add to Calendar Sundays at 10:15 AM 2021-04-18T10:15 America/New_York Mystagogia: Living into the Mysteries Sundays, April 18, 25 and May 2 at 10:15am

The Rev. Canon Michael Delaney will lead the group in deepening our understanding of the mysteries of our faith, our Sacraments, and our life together in community. This weekly meeting will take place online via Zoom.

Register on Realm to receive the Zoom link for Mystagogia.

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An image of children receiving communion at the cathedral

Communion Instruction and Celebration

Starts April 11

Communion Instruction is back at the Cathedral this year! This four week course is open to all elementary age children and their parents or caregivers. Classes taught by Charlie Janoff will take place via Zoom during Fellowship in Faith on Sunday mornings at 10am. Supplemental activities will be provided to keep the conversation alive with your household throughout the week.

Classes will begin on April 11 for a special parent and caregiver’s conversation, and will end with a special Communion Celebration on May 16 at the 11:15 Choral Mass. We will not meet on Mother’s Day, May 9.

Register on Realm for Communion Instruction by April 1 to receive your resource kit before the first meeting. Contact Kate Akerman with any questions: kakerman@incarnationgc.org

Add to Calendar Sundays at 10:00 AM 2021-04-11T10:00 America/New_York Communion Instruction and Celebration Starts April 11

Communion Instruction is back at the Cathedral this year! This four week course is open to all elementary age children and their parents or caregivers. Classes taught by Charlie Janoff will take place via Zoom during Fellowship in Faith on Sunday mornings at 10am. Supplemental activities will be provided to keep the conversation alive with your household throughout the week.

Classes will begin on April 11 for a special parent and caregiver’s conversation, and will end with a special Communion Celebration on May 16 at the 11:15 Choral Mass. We will not meet on Mother’s Day, May 9.

Register on Realm for Communion Instruction by April 1 to receive your resource kit before the first meeting. Contact Kate Akerman with any questions: kakerman@incarnationgc.org

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Remembering the Future

The Annual Robert Farrar Capon Lecture

Wednesday, April 28 at 7:30pm

The Rev. Canon Bruce D. Griffith. Th.D., Honorary Canon is Residence at the Cathedral, will give a lecture on his recently published book, Grace and Incarnation: The Oxford Movement's Shaping of the Character of Modern Anglicanism.

Cambridge historian Eamon Duffy called the Oxford Movement "the single most important influence in the shaping of the character of the modern Anglican communion." In this lecture, Canon Griffith will explore the lives of the Tractarians, the doctrines that shaped their practices and beliefs, and the principle outcomes that re-shaped the Church of England and created an Anglican Communion.

To join in person:
Register on Realm to attend Remembering the Future

To join online:
Zoom link for Remembering the Future
Meeting ID: 263 033 638
Password: 445381

Copies of the book will be available at the cathedral for $15. You can also order the book online here.

Add to Calendar Apr 28 at 7:30 PM 2021-04-28T19:30 America/New_York Remembering the Future Wednesday, April 28 at 7:30pm

The Rev. Canon Bruce D. Griffith. Th.D., Honorary Canon is Residence at the Cathedral, will give a lecture on his recently published book, Grace and Incarnation: The Oxford Movement's Shaping of the Character of Modern Anglicanism.

Cambridge historian Eamon Duffy called the Oxford Movement "the single most important influence in the shaping of the character of the modern Anglican communion." In this lecture, Canon Griffith will explore the lives of the Tractarians, the doctrines that shaped their practices and beliefs, and the principle outcomes that re-shaped the Church of England and created an Anglican Communion.

To join in person:
Register on Realm to attend Remembering the Future

To join online:
Zoom link for Remembering the Future
Meeting ID: 263 033 638
Password: 445381

Copies of the book will be available at the cathedral for $15. You can also order the book online here.

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We Serve

An image of toiletries including mouthwash and soap.

Help Those INN Need

Here is the list of some of the most needed items at this time at Mary Brennan INN. You can donate and send directly to The INN, or contact Deacon Denise to arrange a drop off. Thank you for your ongoing support.
Bathroom Tissue
Large bath soap
Large shampoo
Large conditioner
Large lotion
Toothbrushes
Toothpaste
Deodorant
Shaving cream
Razors
Enfamil
Adult diaper pull-ups large and XL
Children diapers sizes 4, 5, 6 and pull ups

We Pray

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Special Prayer

God of healing and hope, in Jesus you meet us in our places of pain and fear. Look with mercy on those who have contracted the new virus, on any who are vulnerable, and on all who feel in danger. Through this time of global concern, by your Holy Spirit bring out the best not the worst in us. Make us more aware of our interdependence on each other, and of the strength that comes from being one body in you. Through Christ, our wounded healer. Amen.

--The Rev. Dr. Samuel Wells, St, Martin in the Fields, London

Prayer List:

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 Vicar of the Cathedral Congregation, Morgan, our Sub Dean, Adam, our Minor Canon, Denise, our Deacon and Director of Outreach; Larry, our Canon Musician, Colin, our Associate Organist and Choirmaster, Charlie, our Chancellor, James, our Sexton, Kate, our Family Ministries Coordinator, Kris, our Cathedral Administrator, and Lisa, our Cathedral Administrative Assistant.

The Nation: Joseph, our President; Andrew, our Governor; Cozmo, the Mayor-elect 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, Noah Penders, Jason R. Corrado Jr. and their families.

In the Anglican Cycle of Prayer we pray for The Church of the Province of the Indian Ocean , and in the Diocesan Cycle of Prayer we pray for Grace Church, Whitestone.

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, August, Indigo, Chi, Nirvana, August, Wayne, Whitney, Danielle C., Webb D., Joseph C., Dennis, Joan, Diane, Bob, Lizzy, Ben, Aquilo, Maria, Lorraine, Chris, Mark, Ronnie, Vata D., Ronnie, Yvonne L., Christopher B., Marie S., Alice, Annette, Joyce, Roger B. Richard D., Lane Y., Matt Y., Kelli Y., Judy H., June, Dave, Jackie, Ed W., and MaryJane.

For those who have died, especially Tria Reuss, beloved member of the cathedral, and for those grieving the death of a loved one, that they may find comfort and peace.

Altar flowers are given in loving memory of our mother Fran Siegmann on the anniversary of her passing by her daughters Ruth and Lorraine.

On Sunday, April 11, the online worship and Choral Mass is in memory of Kathleen Brown, by request of Marylou Brown. "It is holy and wholesome to remember those who have died," for they are at rest in the arms of God.

We wish a Blessed and Happy Birthday to our Cathedral Kids and Youth who celebrate a birthday in April! Maximilian Beer, Eva Benedetto, Rocco Benedetto, Tabitha Burdett, Avery Davis, Evelyn Hubbard, Madeline Hubbard, Matthew Hubbard, Holden Loucks, Emma McDermott, Cooper Moody, McKayla Moody, Liam Okrosy, Italia Petrisch, Alexis Rufrano, George Tietjen, Madelyn Tockman, Robert Treanor, and Kaylee White.

Easter Flower Memorials

Each year, we dedicate the beautiful flowers that decorate the cathedral on Easter to the memory of loved ones and in gratitude for our blessings. Click here to see a list of this year's Easter Flower Memorials.

Flower Memorials, Mass Cards, children’s birthdays and prayer requests can be sent to Lisa in the cathedral office at cathedral@incarnationgc.org or (516) 746-2955. Prayers are taken off the list after 90 days unless a special request is made.