Mar
24
2:00 PM14:00

CROP Walk Team

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Help end hunger locally and around the world! Join others from the Cathedral in the CROP Walk. 25% of the proceeds will go to The St Petersburg Free Clinic and Daystar. Penny and Bill Roen will be in Harvard Hall each Sunday after the 10:15 am service to sign up walkers and donors for the Cathedral Team. You can also email Penny directly at pennyroen@gmail.com

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Mar
26
12:00 PM12:00

Cathedral Book Talks

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Jeff Klinkenberg has spent a lifetime exploring Florida’s back roads, meeting the colorful people and exploring the unique places that are fast disappearing. The former St. Petersburg Times columnist will speak on his latest book, Son of Real Florida: Stories from My Life, combining columns written for various publications with personal stories about growing up in Miami.

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Mar
26
6:30 PM18:30

St. Peter's Book Club

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Set in 1954, during the McCarthy era, the novel thrusts a rookie Congressman, Charlie Marder, into the Washington of the Kennedys and Nixons, Herbert Hoover, Lyndon Johnson, Roy Cohn, and Dwight Eisenhower. Throw in power, money, a murder, and the Red Scare. Come even if you haven’t read the book!

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Apr
25
7:30 AM07:30

Resurrection House Breakfast

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Since 1987, Florida Resurrection House, Inc. has been dedicated to providing an environment where families with minor children can rebuild their lives and work toward self-sufficiency.
This breakfast celebrates Resurrection House's 80% success rate over the years in ending the cycle of poverty & despair faced by homeless & working-poor families with minor children. Join us to hear exciting and inspiring stories, great music, and a delicious, hot breakfast!
RSVP to 727-823-4742 or at www.floridaresurrectionhouse.com

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Mar
6
8:00 AM08:00

Ashes To Go

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We are bringing Ashes To Go to the residents of Peterborough Apartments on Ash Wednesday, March 6. Meet at the Cathedral at 8:00 am to walk over and we will set up coffee and donuts and extend hospitality to the residents. There will be prayer and ashes for anyone who wishes to participate.

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Mar
5
5:30 PM17:30

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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Feb
24
5:00 PM17:00

Choral Evensong

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Our service of Choral Evensong at 5 pm on Sunday, February 24, the Feast of St. Matthias the Apostle, will feature the “Truro Service” of Gabriel Jackson. Jackson, born in Bermuda in 1962, is one of
Britain’s foremost and most celebrated composers.

You can hear the Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis, as performed by the choir of St. Mary’s Cathedral, Edinburgh, here: https://tinyurl.com/ydayrw2c

An organ prelude is at 4:45 pm. A reception will follow the service.

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Feb
24
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
22
7:00 PM19:00

Burns Movie Night

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The Martin family purchases an android named Andrew to perform menial household tasks. Before long they realize they may be rubbing off on their domestic servant as Andrew begins to experience human feelings and creative thought.

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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
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
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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