The mission of the ECW, which includes every woman of the Cathedral parish, is to support the efforts of all members of the Cathedral in order to help people find Christian community through service, study and worship. If you have any questions about the ECW, contact Canon Lauren Holder (lholder@cathedralATL.org), who can connect you with the appropriate guild leader. Or, log in to Touchpoint to find leaders' email addresses.
to donate. No gift is too small!
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You can purchase items requested by our beneficiaries, such as books or teacher appreciation gifts, at the Cathedral Book Store. You can also donate a new bathing suit (sizes 5-13, any gender) for the participants of the Emmaus House Freedom School.
Please donate, make your purchases, and drop off bathing suits at the
Cathedral Book Store before Monday, May 15.
Groups and Guilds under ECW include:
It is a busy time for the Cathedral Flower Guild!
We are currently planning floral designs to be used throughout the season for the Cathedral’s various worship spaces, including not only regular Sunday services, but also weddings, baptisms, special altar dedications and festivals!
There is much to do throughout the week and we are always looking for new members who want to get involved with a fun group of men and women of all ages who enjoy fellowship while providing a beautiful service to the Cathedral. Whether someone loves flowers or doesn’t know a thing about them, there’s a place for them on the Cathedral Flower Guild! . Interested Cathedral members may contact Canon Cathy Zappa for more information.
St. Anne's Guild:
St. Anne’s Guild is a ladies’ daytime guild, meeting during lunch hours of 11:30-1, usually on Thursdays, but days are subject to change depending on the guest speaker’s availability. The age range is in between the 50’s, 60’s, and 70’s. All meetings take place on site at the Cathedral with special events at members’ homes or at other public or private spaces.
St. Anne’s has three missions: spiritual, social fellowship, and charity. Cathy Zappa is the spiritual leader and occasional speaker. Most speakers are spiritual leaders. In the past several decades, the guild has donated tens of thousands of dollars to Buckhead Christian Ministry. This past year, the guild donated $1,000 to the Afghan Women and $500 to Kids2Leaders.
St. Anne’s has robust social fellowship! As an established guild with many long-time members, there are many deep relationships that exist within this guild. However, everyone extends open arms to new members who wish to join and expand the circle.
Kendrick Dopp & Laura Corrigan Co-chairs
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St. Catherine's Guild:
This guild is for women in their 50’s/60’s with mostly grown children (or no children) who meet monthly, usually the first Wednesday, at 7 p.m. to share a meal and fellowship. Members host in their homes. The goal of the guild is to build relationships with fellow church members. Once a year the members’ significant others are invited to attend.
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St. Clare's Guild:
We welcome ALL mothers of school age children (elementary, middle and high school) to join our guild for outreach and fellowship both as a group and with your kids.
We are a group of mothers at the Cathedral of St. Philip, primarily in our 40’s and 50’s, and our focus is fellowship, spiritual growth, and service. Through a variety of fun social events, Bible studies, outreach opportunities, and other special events, our goal is to strengthen our faith and our bonds with each other as well as with our Cathedral family and community.
Joining St. Clare’s Guild is now super easy and all online! Please fill out this form, which comes directly to us, and pay the annual $30 dues online below or you can mail a check to our treasurer. Make checks out to the Cathedral of St. Philip and note “St. Clare’s Guild” in the memo section. $10 of the St. Clare's dues cover your Episcopal Church Women (ECW) membership fee; the rest supports various events and service projects. You will also be included in our emails for upcoming events, announcements, and prayer requests.
We invite you to join us for fellowship and be a part of these fun and meaningful group.
Please contact Janie Sager for more information.
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St. Elizabeth's Guild:
This guild meets at noon on the first Wednesday of each month in various locations and supports Cathedral Giving by Design, the Partnership Against Domestic Violence, and the Cathedral's Memorial Garden. Contact Mary Semmes Wright or Linda Wickham.
St. Monica's Guild:
St. Monica's Guild welcomes all mothers, whether your child is 2 weeks old or school-aged, looking for fellowship. Our focus is spiritual growth, service, and relationships, and our goal is to strengthen our faith and bonds with each other as we navigate this crazy, exhausting, wonderful stage of life together.
Our gatherings are monthly and include social events, service projects and other special programming. Occasionally, we may have guest speakers and other events. Please join us even if you cannot stay the whole time or need to come late! Contact Lynn Wilmoth or Leslie Ogburn.
For more information and to stay up to date, please join our Facebook group and/or send Lynn or Leslie an email to receive our regular newsletters.
We look forward to seeing you!
Contact Lynn Wilmoth or Leslie Ogburn for more information.
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St. Veronica's Guild:
St. Veronica's Guild welcomes all women of St. Philip's to join in rich opportunities for worship, spiritual growth, Christian education, and fellowship, with meetings each second Tuesday of the month at 10:30 a.m., September through May. In addition, we purchase and distribute personal care items in partnership with four vital Atlanta Episcopal ministries: Holy Comforter Episcopal Church, Crossroads Community Ministries, Church of the Common Ground, and Emmaus House. Since the COVID pandemic, we no longer collect personal care items but rather buy them in bulk. To support this level of need is an ongoing challenge. You can make a donation to our personal care items drive online through the Cathedral's website. For more information, please contact Barbara Frolik.
With all net proceeds of the event going directly to the beneficiary, the Women’s Resource Center to End Domestic Violence, the Inaugural Cathedral Giving By Design event was a success because of our wonderful committee, our amazing community and all the people who supported the event.
The Welcome Home Party on Friday night was sold out. The guests enjoyed food by Soiree Catering, participated in the Live Auction, heard from Jean Douglas (the Executive Director of the Women's Resource Center to End Domestic Violence) and danced to music by Johnny Utah.
The Saturday Design Panel moderated by Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles Editor-in-Chief Lauren Iverson welcomed Clary Bosbyshell, Christina Dandar (The Potted Boxwood), Brandon Ingram and Janie Molster for a panel titled “Beyond the Front Door: Trends in Decorating, Lifestyle and Entertaining.” The panel surpassed expectations with over 250 guests enjoying the morning.
The three stunning Atlanta homes available to tour in person for the Tour of Homes was a huge success. Guests were also able to take a virtual stroll through three homes located in Cashiers, NC, Lake Rabun, GA, and Birmingham, AL. They could hear and see fantastic details about these houses as well as the décor. Commentary from the homeowners, architects and designers made this an afternoon that people did not want to miss.
We were thrilled by the Cathedral community’s support of the event and thankful for the opportunity to increase awareness for the Women’s Resource Center.
Andi O’Bryan Kathryn Howell
ECW Board for 2023
- President: Kendrick Armistead Dopp
- President Elect: Haven Long
- Vice President and UTO Representative: Meg Culp
- Secretary: Susan Gantt
- Treasurer: Jennifer Irvin
- Advisor: Elizabeth Spangler