Jan
20
9:00 AM09:00

The Way of Love | Adult Formation Series

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This framework, introduced by Presiding Bishop Michael Curry last summer at General Convention, invites you to consider ways to enrich your spiritual life. Just as monastics in centuries gone by lived by a rule of life, the Way of Love outlines a rule for the Episcopal Church. "By entering into reflection, discernment and commitment around the practices of Turn-Learn-Pray-Worship-Bless-Go-Rest, I pray we will grow as communities following the loving, liberating, life-giving way of Jesus," Bishop Curry says.  No signup necessary; just come for any or all.
For a video about the series, click here.

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Jan
20
10:15 AM10:15

Patronal Festival

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This is the day we recognize the importance of our namesake, St. Peter. We read the story of his confession, or acknowledgment, of Jesus as the Messiah, and we celebrate our community of the Cathedral Church of St. Peter.
*For those who may be sensitive, incense will be used during this service.

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Jan
21
10:00 AM10:00

MLK Day of Service

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Inspired by the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., the Outreach Committee has organized a day of service to benefit the lives of those we love and support in our community. The Cathedral will have on-site opportunities of service especially geared toward families with small children and those with mobility issues.

Our goal on this day is to answer the question posed by Dr. King himself when he offered: “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, 'What are you doing for others?' ” Let us show up for our community, the missions of this congregation, with our hands and feet and the love of Christ. May January 21 be more than a federal holiday. May it be a day in which we “learn to live together as brothers” and not a day that we “perish as fools.”

You can sign up online here.

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Jan
24
2:00 PM14:00

A Brief, Lively History of Dance in Musical Film

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This six-part lecture series looks at the development of dance in the musical film industry. The focus is on the intersections of dance with film technology, the rise and fall of studio industry, the director generations, and those dancers and choreographers who brought dance musicals to the screen.

Jan. 24 | 1920 – 30s - Musical Film Beginnings. (the rise of studios, Busby Berkley, and the innovations of Fred Astaire, Hemes Pan and Ginger Rodgers)
Jan. 31 | The Fred Astaire Legacy: Astaire's other partners. (Leslie Caron, Jane Powell, Eleanor Powell, Vera-Ellen. Rita Hayworth, Cyd Charisse)
Feb. 14 | Gene Kelly: the Creative Giant of Film
Feb. 28 | 1940 – 60s - The Golden Era of Musicals: Choreographers and Dancers. (Marge and Gowar Champion, Bob Fosse, Debbie Reynolds, Nick Castle, Robert Alton, Anne Miller)
March 07 | 1970 – 80s -Blame it on Elvis : The Death of the Mega Musical and the return of Broadway. (Elvis and Rock & Roll; Onna White, Alex Romero, Shirley Maclaine, Chita Rivera, Julie Andrews)
March 14 | 1980 - 21st century - The TV Generation of Directors : Actors Stop Training. (the Block-buster film; Disney; the non-dancer celebrity)

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Jan
25
7:00 PM19:00

Burns Movie Night

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When she begins working at a Japanese restaurant, single mother Juana soon learns the journey from fruit cart vendor to sushi said chef isn't an easy one-- especially if neither your race nor your gender matches up with people's expectations. 

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Jan
26
10:00 AM10:00

Quiet Day

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On Saturday, January 26, we will hold our annual Quiet Day, led by the Rev. Jean Hite, associate rector at Trinity-by-the-Cove in Naples. From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. we will offer guided meditation, quiet time and prayer. Watch for signup sheets in early January.

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Jan
27
9:00 AM09:00

The Way of Love | Adult Formation Series

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This framework, introduced by Presiding Bishop Michael Curry last summer at General Convention, invites you to consider ways to enrich your spiritual life. Just as monastics in centuries gone by lived by a rule of life, the Way of Love outlines a rule for the Episcopal Church. "By entering into reflection, discernment and commitment around the practices of Turn-Learn-Pray-Worship-Bless-Go-Rest, I pray we will grow as communities following the loving, liberating, life-giving way of Jesus," Bishop Curry says.  No signup necessary; just come for any or all.
For a video about the series, click here.

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Jan
27
4:45 PM16:45

Choral Evensong

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These services of sung Evening Prayer, as outlined in the Book of Common Prayer, offer something for everyone — a place for prayer and reflection, enjoyment of unique choral arrangements for music lovers, and a centering time with music and scripture.

All are invited to join us for the first Evensong in 2019!
Organ Prelude: Guest Organist, Marco Jimenez
Responses: Humphrey Clucas
Service: Howells “St. Paul’s Service”
Anthem: Boyle: Thou, O God

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Jan
31
2:00 PM14:00

A Brief, Lively History of Dance in Musical Film

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This six-part lecture series looks at the development of dance in the musical film industry. The focus is on the intersections of dance with film technology, the rise and fall of studio industry, the director generations, and those dancers and choreographers who brought dance musicals to the screen.

Jan. 31 | The Fred Astaire Legacy: Astaire's other partners. (Leslie Caron, Jane Powell, Eleanor Powell, Vera-Ellen. Rita Hayworth, Cyd Charisse)

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Feb
3
9:00 AM09:00

The Way of Love | Adult Formation Series

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This framework, introduced by Presiding Bishop Michael Curry last summer at General Convention, invites you to consider ways to enrich your spiritual life. Just as monastics in centuries gone by lived by a rule of life, the Way of Love outlines a rule for the Episcopal Church. "By entering into reflection, discernment and commitment around the practices of Turn-Learn-Pray-Worship-Bless-Go-Rest, I pray we will grow as communities following the loving, liberating, life-giving way of Jesus," Bishop Curry says.  No signup necessary; just come for any or all.
For a video about the series, click here.

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Feb
3
11:30 AM11:30

Super Bowl Sunday Coffee Hour

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Wear your favorite team jersey to church on Super Bowl Sunday! College, NFL, or even just your team colors. The Fellowship and Festivities Committee are also putting on a special coffee hour with chips and dip and other Super Bowl Sunday treats. Don't miss out on the fun!

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Feb
10
9:00 AM09:00

The Way of Love | Adult Formation Series

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This framework, introduced by Presiding Bishop Michael Curry last summer at General Convention, invites you to consider ways to enrich your spiritual life. Just as monastics in centuries gone by lived by a rule of life, the Way of Love outlines a rule for the Episcopal Church. "By entering into reflection, discernment and commitment around the practices of Turn-Learn-Pray-Worship-Bless-Go-Rest, I pray we will grow as communities following the loving, liberating, life-giving way of Jesus," Bishop Curry says.  No signup necessary; just come for any or all.
For a video about the series, click here.

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Feb
12
12:00 PM12:00

Ray Arsenault | Cathedral Book Talks

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Ray Arsenault, The John Hope Franklin Professor of Southern History at USF St. Petersburg speaks on his book, Arthur Ashe: A Life.
This is the first comprehensive, authoritative biography of the great tennis champion, Arthur Ashe, "who belongs on the Mount Rushmore of elite sports figures who changed America."
After breaking the color barrier, Ashe went on to become an influential civil-rights activist and public intellectual, Arthur Ashe: A Life is a New York Times Notable Book of the Year and was listed as a 2018 favorite by President Obama. Based on prodigious research, including more than 150 interviews, this insightful and compelling biography puts Ashe in the context of both his time and the long struggle of African-American athletes seeking equal opportunity and respect.

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Feb
14
5:45 PM17:45

Messy Church

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Families are invited to join us for this intergenerational event. We meet at 5:45 pm for dinner and then gather for music, storytelling and crafts. This month we will explore the Lord’s Prayer. Please RSVP by Tuesday, February 12 to Hillary Peete (hpeete@spcathedral.com) so we can plan for dinner and crafts. C’mon and get messy!

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Feb
17
9:00 AM09:00

The Way of Love | Adult Formation Series

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This framework, introduced by Presiding Bishop Michael Curry last summer at General Convention, invites you to consider ways to enrich your spiritual life. Just as monastics in centuries gone by lived by a rule of life, the Way of Love outlines a rule for the Episcopal Church. "By entering into reflection, discernment and commitment around the practices of Turn-Learn-Pray-Worship-Bless-Go-Rest, I pray we will grow as communities following the loving, liberating, life-giving way of Jesus," Bishop Curry says.  No signup necessary; just come for any or all.
For a video about the series, click here.

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Feb
24
9:00 AM09:00

The Way of Love | Adult Formation Series

WayofLove (1).png

This framework, introduced by Presiding Bishop Michael Curry last summer at General Convention, invites you to consider ways to enrich your spiritual life. Just as monastics in centuries gone by lived by a rule of life, the Way of Love outlines a rule for the Episcopal Church. "By entering into reflection, discernment and commitment around the practices of Turn-Learn-Pray-Worship-Bless-Go-Rest, I pray we will grow as communities following the loving, liberating, life-giving way of Jesus," Bishop Curry says.  No signup necessary; just come for any or all.
For a video about the series, click here.

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Mar
5
5:45 PM17:45

Shrove Tuesday Pancake Dinner

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Come join us for this year’s Mardi Gras themed celebration. We’ll be dishing up pancakes, sausage, bacon and king cake. There will also be crafts and a pancake race for kids! A donation of $3.00/person or $5.00/family is appreciated. There’s no need to pre-register, just come enjoy some fellowship with our Cathedral family.

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Jan
13
9:00 AM09:00

The Way of Love | Adult Formation Series

WayofLove (1).png

This framework, introduced by Presiding Bishop Michael Curry last summer at General Convention, invites you to consider ways to enrich your spiritual life. Just as monastics in centuries gone by lived by a rule of life, the Way of Love outlines a rule for the Episcopal Church. "By entering into reflection, discernment and commitment around the practices of Turn-Learn-Pray-Worship-Bless-Go-Rest, I pray we will grow as communities following the loving, liberating, life-giving way of Jesus," Bishop Curry says.  No signup necessary; just come for any or all.
For a video about the series, click here.

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Jan
6
11:30 AM11:30

Children's Ministry Social

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On the first Sunday of the month, families are invited to join us in the garden. We have bubbles, sidewalk chalk, games, and snacks! This is a great opportunity to get to know other kids and families better, whether you're a long time member or new to the Cathedral. We hope to see you there!

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Dec
7
7:00 PM19:00

Wine + Cheese Movie Night

The Fellowship & Festivities Committee and Burns Movie Night invite you to take a break from your hectic holiday preparations by joining us for a special wine and cheese movie night at 7 pm on Friday, Dec. 7, featuring “Love Actually”. Because wine will be available, this evening is open only to those 21 and older, please. We’ll have alternative non-alcoholic beverages as well as cheese and crackers. You’re invited to bring your own favorite movie munchie to share.

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Dec
5
6:30 PM18:30

Reader's Theater

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In this whimsical tale, God is eager for grandchildren, but Adam, in his innocence, has no interest in doing any begetting. The Archangel Lucifer has some ideas on the matter -- and you know how the story ends. Also on the program are some comedic shorts on telepathy, becoming a queen bee, dealing with the Department of Motor Vehicles, and murder. This is the Readers' Theatre Christmas gift to you: no charge, and there will be refreshments. (Hmm: fruitcake? a boar's head? Something festive!)

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