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Who is My Neighbor? Learning to Love Like Jesus!

Children ages 3 to 5th grade join us June 10-14 from 9 am to 1 pm for our Week of Wonder. We are learning who are neighbors are, they are more than people who live next door. Through five carefully chosen Bible stories, we will go on a journey to discover more about God's love. From looking at how to be a neighbor and how to be compassionate towards our neighbors close at hand and around the world. Join us as we discover neighbors near and far.

The Very Rev. Tracey Lind: The Spirituality of Dementia

On Sunday, April 7 at 10:10 a.m., the Very Rev. Tracey Lind will speak at the Dean’s Forum on the spirituality of dementia. Tracey and her spouse Emily Ingalls are traveling across North America sharing the insights they’ve gained from a life complicated by dementia. A retired Episcopal priest and city planner, Tracey was diagnosed with the early stages of Frontotemporal Degeneration in 2016. Emily, who spent more than 20 years in commercial real estate and project management, now considers herself Chief Logistics Officer, responsible for managing a life and home turned upside down by this disease.

Serve with the Habitat Team

Our next Habitat home will be built on Saturdays from April 6 through June 8 (skipping Easter and Memorial Day weekends). We welcome past builders and new builders. If you have never built, come be part of this exciting ministry. No skills required, just your enthusiasm. We will give you the tools and training that you need to make a contribution. You can sign up to build or join our lunch team in the Atrium on Sundays, online at stphilip.atlantahabitat.volunteerhub.com or contact John Champion at 404-307-0817, jchampion@bellsouth.net to get additional information.

Women's Lenten Retreat

Many of us long to slow down, rest, and set time apart for God, and yet we find it increasingly hard to observe the commandment, or to receive God’s gift, of sabbath. Join other women from the Cathedral this weekend, as we reflect on sabbath, learn from its wisdom, and, most important, simply keep sabbath together. In the beautiful setting of St. Mary’s Retreat Center in Sewanee, Tennessee, and in the sabbath spirit, there will be plenty of time to rest, play, enjoy the outdoors, and be in fellowship with God and one another.

Book Store Seeks Manager

The Cathedral Book Store is accepting applications for a full time manager. The store manager oversees all the daily operations of the store, managing all employees and volunteers. The manager also oversees the implementation of its merchandising, marketing, advertising, and financial strategy while maintaining its mission of creating an engaged and thoughtful community where everyone can find something to enrich or inspire them on their faith journey. Contact Fay Swennes, fayswennes@yahoo.com or 404-237-2523, for a more detailed job description or to apply.

Labyrinth Walk and Taizé

Get your week off to a peaceful start with a labyrinth walk and Taizé this Monday, March 18. A labyrinth introduction will take place at 6:30 p.m. in Child Hall, followed by a facilitated walk from 7-8 p.m. The Taizé prayer service starts at 8 p.m. in Mikell Chapel. As we walk the labyrinth and pray at Taizé this Lenten season, let us look within and listen to that inner voice speaking to us for peace and reconciliation in our lives. Use the labyrinth path we walk to “Release, Receive and Return,” to get back on track with our spiritual lives, or perhaps to find a new way. Originating in Taizé, France, this simple service of scripture, music, and candlelight will bring a beautiful and prayerful close to your Monday. The labyrinth and Taizé take place every third Monday of the month. Come to one, or both – and bring a friend!

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