The Cathedral of St. Philip - Atlanta, GA

Cathedral Antiques Show

Antiques Show Beneficiary to Present at OFSS

This Sunday, May 17, at 10:10 a.m. the Cathedral Antiques Show welcomes representatives from next year’s beneficiary, City of Refuge, to talk about their mission and impact at Old Fashioned Sunday School. City of Refuge was founded by Bruce Deel in 1997 with a mission to transform the lives of individuals and communities in Atlanta and beyond. The faith-based nonprofit is housed in a 210,000-square-foot warehouse on the Westside in the 30314 zip code: a neighborhood where 60% of murders in Atlanta happen and nearly 40% of the residents live below the federal poverty line. The grant received from the 2021 Cathedral Antiques Show will go toward renovating the 180 Degree Kitchen, a fully operational culinary environment where meals are prepped and served three times a day, 365 days a year.

Cathedral Antiques Show Celebrates 50 Years!

The Cathedral Antiques Show is proud to announce the celebration of 50 years of Antiques, Art, Interior and Floral Design, and giving-back to our community. Come celebrate with us January 20-24, 2021. We are pleased to announce our 2021 Beneficiary: City of Refuge. The proceeds will go toward renovating the 180 Degree Kitchen, a fully operational culinary environment where meals are prepped and served three times a day, 365 days a year. Originally installed by a CAS grant in 2008, more than two million meals have been served from the 180 Degree Kitchen.

Anne Willingham Named Honorary Chair

The Cathedral Antiques Show is very pleased and privileged to announce Anne Willingham as the Honorary Chair of the 2020 show.
An engaged and dedicated Cathedral member for 56 years, Anne has worked tirelessly with the Cathedral Antiques Show Committee in many different capacities over several years, including the Tour of Homes. In addition to the many hours of her time given to the show, she has also been active in other ministries of St. Philip’s, including volunteering on the information desk since January 2005, helping cook and serve dinner every first Sunday night at the Peachtree-Pine Shelter, and as a member of the St. Nicholas Guild.

Antiques Show Now Seeking Beneficiaries

The Cathedral Antiques Show is now accepting applications for its 2021 beneficiary. Applications can be found online at cathedralantiques.org. Viable applicant organizations will be Atlanta-area non-profit human services organizations that can demonstrate exemplary stewardship of resources, excellent governance, high operational efficiency, and lasting positive outcomes for populations served. The Cathedral Antiques Show is particularly interested in helping charities for whom the show’s support will be transformational. The deadline is November 22.

Antiques Show Beneficiaries

The 2020 Cathedral Antiques Show, January 22–26, is pleased to announce this year’s beneficiary. Moving in the Spirit is an award-winning creative youth development program that uses dance to teach young people the social, emotional, and cognitive skills they need to thrive. Through programs that integrate high-quality dance instruction with performance, leadership and mentor opportunities, Moving in the Spirit helps children and teens to overcome the obstacles they face each day and realize their highest potential. Funds from the 2020 Cathedral Antiques Show will be used to help fund their brand new facility at the Edgewood/Candler Park Marta station.

Volunteer for the 2020 Show!

Have fun, meet new people, and get more involved with the Cathedral while working for a very worthy cause! The Cathedral Antiques Show Committee is currently seeking Cathedral members to lend their time and talents in a variety of areas as we prepare for the 2020 show and look ahead to our 50th show in 2021! We are especially seeking those with experience in the areas of advertising, publicity, marketing, public relations, and media to join our Publicity Committee.

2020 Antiques Show Beneficiary

The Cathedral Antiques Show is pleased to announce Moving in the Spirit as the beneficiary for the 2020 show. They will introduce themselves with a presentation this Sunday, May 5, at 10:10 a.m. in Child Hall. All are welcome. Moving in the Spirit is an award-winning creative youth development program that uses the discipline of dance to help children and teens develop the social, emotional, and cognitive skills they need to thrive. Funding from the Cathedral Antiques Show will support the significant program expansion that will accompany the organization’s 2020 transition to a new facility currently under construction at the Edgewood/Candler Park MARTA station. The 2020 Cathedral Antiques Show will be January 23-25.

Antiques Show Presents Two Home Tours

A unique pair of home tours celebrates two different Atlanta home lifestyles for this year’s Antiques Show. The Young Collectors’ Home Tour on Saturday, January 26 presents four charming and stylish houses that embrace bold design in intimate spaces. The grand Tour of Homes on Sunday, January 27 opens the doors to five of Atlanta’s most extraordinary private residences that showcase the finest in architecture, interior design, and timeless style. This year’s beneficiary is Wilderness Works, receiving 100% of the proceeds. Learn more about the organization at wildernessworks.org. Tickets and more information about the show are available at cathedralantiques.org.

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