The Cathedral of St. Philip - Atlanta, GA

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August is BCM Food Drive Month – Please Donate!

August is food drive month at the Cathedral in support of Buckhead Christian Ministry’s client choice pantry. While COVID-19 has caused the temporary pause of pantry operations, BCM’s work to assist the working poor in our community is ongoing and more important than ever. Much of its current focus is delivering housing support as clients cope with layoffs and job losses, but food assistance remains a critical need and BCM’s reserve funding for the eventual reopening of its pantry is extremely important.

Meet our Cathedral Scholars!

The Cathedral of St. Philip is excited to introduce our Cathedral Scholars—Nicole Baños, Leslie Coronel, and Rachel Woods! We are so grateful for the thoughtful work of the Higher Education Scholarship Committee: Nancy Beane, Lyons Brewer, Lindsey Hardegree, the Rev. Nate Huddleston, the Rev. Lauren Holder, Amy Rudolf, the Rev. Juan Sandoval, and Rick Tyler. Thank you! Thanks too for the generous donors who have made it possible for us to partner with these impressive young adults in pursuing their goals—and to David Rocchio, always making a difference behind the scenes.

Welcome, Caroline Robinson!

We are delighted to welcome the Cathedral’s newest staff member, Caroline Robinson, who joins us as Associate Organist-Choirmaster! She will oversee our Cathedral Chorister program, and she looks forward to meeting and working with new and returning Choristers soon, in whatever manner circumstances allow. She will also share organ playing and accompanying responsibilities with Jack Mitchener – under normal circumstances for some 250 services annually, 150 of which include the Cathedral choirs – and will assist broadly in the many facets of the Cathedral’s music ministry.

Word To Your Mother Talks About Privilege

W2YM is a group of busy, busy moms who gather to discuss secular and religious books throughout the year. Our next read is Amy Julia Becker’s White Picket Fences: Turning Towards Love in a World Divided by Privilege, which we’ll discuss the evening of Tuesday, June 16. The book is available at cathedralbookstore.org. Becker writes: “I have been given much that I do not deserve, and my very real social privilege has cut me off from others as much as it has also made my life comfortable. But social privilege is not the end of my story. The real privilege of my life has come in learning what it means to love others, that love involves suffering and sacrifice and sleepless nights and tears and heartache and great gifts.” If you’re wondering how to engage in an honest and imperfect conversation about race, mindful of our responsibility as parents to teach our children a better way, contact Canon Lauren Holder, lholder@cathedralATL.org.

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