Shrove Tuesday 2021
Soup-er Bowl Sunday 2021
Soup-er Bowl of Caring!
This Sunday, February 2, the Cathedral’s youth ministry sponsors the annual Soup-er Bowl of Caring.Parishioners are encouraged to bring non-perishable food items or cash donations to support Buckhead Christian Ministries as we kick off our semi-annual drive. Choose who you predict to win the Super Bowl by placing your donation in that team’s bin. Who will the Cathedral pick to win?
2020 Ski Trip
Middle and high school students, don’t miss the best weekend of the year! On January 17–20, we’re heading to Beech Mountain Resort, North Carolina, for a weekend of skiing, snowboarding, and building lasting friendships! The cost is $450 and includes all ski rentals, lodging, food, and transportation. Contact Father Nate Huddleston, nhuddleston@cathedralATL.org, for more information or to sign up!
Youth Going To TopGolf in October
Middle and High School students, we’re heading to Top Golf on Sunday, October 20 from 5-7 p.m. Join us for fellowship and games! The cost is $30 and includes unlimited golf and all the food you can eat! RSVP to Father Nate Huddleston, nhuddleston@cathedralATL.org.
Back to School Bash and Backpack Blessing
Kick off the school year with us on the Lanier House Lawn! Tex's Taco Truck and King of Pops will be onsite. Choose one taco, one side, one drink, and one King of Pops on us. Additional food is available for purchase directly from the vendors.
Becoming Beloved Community
At each baptism in the Episcopal church, several questions are asked of those wanting to begin a new life in the community of Christ. While some of these questions are about belief, others detail practices which sustain us in the work of “seeking and serving Christ in all persons.” In preparation for our pilgrimage to the Legacy Museum on October 19, the high school Sunday School class will explore how Christians in this region of the U.S. have both succeeded and failed in their practices to “honor the dignity of every human being.” Join us for conversations about how our faith calls us to engage the legacy of our shared history. We will meet in Room 368 from 10:10–11 a.m. starting Sunday, September 8. (Please note: Students need not attend the pilgrimage to participate in Sunday classes. The themes and ideas that will be presented in class are applicable to everyday life and all youth are encouraged to attend).
Colaborate: Bible Study
Sixth through eighth graders: join us for middle school Sunday School! This year we will take an in-depth look into the New Testament. Based on the “Colaborate: Bible Study” curriculum by Sparkhouse, we will use activities, videos, and scripture to ask questions such as, “Why do we hold Paul in such high esteem, given his poor track record with Christians?” and “Where did the Bible take place?” We will meet in Room 382 from 10:10–11 a.m. starting Sunday, September 8.
Youth Donut Social This Sunday
Middle school and high school youth are invited to come have breakfast, catch up with friends, and meet our Sunday school teachers this Sunday, August 25 at 10:10 a.m. on the youth hall.
Welcome Our New Youth Minister, Nate Huddleston!
We are excited to welcome the Reverend Nate Huddleston to the Cathedral, as Priest Associate for Youth and Young Adult Ministries—and his wife Katherine! A native Tennessean with over ten years of professional experience in youth ministry, Nate comes to us most recently from Calvary Episcopal Church in Summit, New Jersey, where he served as Assistant Rector for Youth Ministry and Outreach. He holds a Master of Divinity from Sewanee - University of the South, as well as a masters in industrial organizational psychology from Middle Tennessee State University and a BA in psychology from Oklahoma State. Nate brings with him his great energy for and commitment to building community, fostering spiritual growth, and engaging youth through sacrament and meaningful service. We look forward to having Nate on our staff and to being blessed by his many gifts—and his BBQ!
Thank You, Maggie Paul!
Maggie Paul has served the Cathedral of St. Philip faithfully for the last four years, one as a Youth Ministry intern, and three as the Director of Youth and Young Adult Ministries. She has been a caring pastor to our youth and their families, while building up a community and programming that will continue to welcome and nurture them in faith. As Maggie leaves us at the end of June to begin this next chapter of her life and ministry, we give thanks for the good work she has done here and send her on with our blessing!
Lemonade in the Shade
All are invited to the Lanier House Lawn on Sundays at 10:10 a.m. for lemonade, cookies, and a chance to catch up with old friends or meet new ones.
Youth Sunday At 8:45 Service
This Sunday, May 5 at the 8:45 a.m. service, we will celebrate the roles and accomplishments of youth at the Cathedral. The service will feature youth preachers, intercessors, and ushers. Graduating seniors and five-year acolytes will also be recognized. Congratulations to these young people for all their accomplishments!
April 2019 Confirmands
True Grit with Kathy Roberts
Our Raising Youth Series is back with Kathy Roberts coming to speak on Sunday, April 7 at 6 p.m. As pendulums do, they will swing through a wide arc and swing right back. In the last decade, the parenting pendulum took us through a period of overprotection, helicopter parenting, and smoothing out the bumps and valleys of our children’s lives. Mostly out of fear and good intentions, we DID lots of things for our kids that they could have done for themselves. Our kids became Dis–abled, Dis-couraged, and lost confidence in their own skills. Most are now learning how to fail and recover at the age of 25, which is not ideal. But we parents are resilient and can learn a new way (or an old way!) to En-able and En-courage our kids to live independently, confidently and resiliently. Come share and learn with us as we see how we got to this place and how to change our path forward. Please RSVP to Maggie Paul, mpaul@cathedralATL.org.
Soup-er Bowl Sunday!
Super Bowl Sunday is quickly approaching, and that means the SOUP-er Bowl is too! Every year, the Cathedral helps predict the winner of the Super Bowl by collecting goods for Buckhead Christian Ministries in bins that represent the teams.
Youth Confirmation Starts Soon
Confirmation is when a person makes the decision to take ownership of the promises made by their parents, Godparents, and grandparents at their baptism, in order to live out their Baptismal Covenant. At the Cathedral, we encourage Confirmation during the 8th grade year, and our 8th grade Sunday school curriculum is a Confirmation curriculum. All youth are invited to participate in the Confirmation program if they feel ready, so long as they are at least in 8th grade.
Raising Youth Series for Parents
“Best friends, bullies, break-ups, and belonging: Helping your child navigate the complexity of adolescent relationships ,” with Caroline Paris
EYSeedlings for 4th and 5th Graders
Our EYSeedlings are heading to Topgolf! All 4th and 5th grade students are invited to join us Sunday, September 16 at Topgolf in Midtown to kick off the 2018-2019 school year.
We will play golf from 4–6 p.m. The cost per golfer is $15 and includes two hours of tee time, dinner, and a lifetime Junior Membership to Topgolf.
Join the Cathedral's Boy Scouts
Boy Scout Troop 74 is starting its 67th year at the Cathedral. The Boy Scouts want to get all boys, age 11—17, into the outdoors for camping, hiking, boating, and other high adventure. For more information on Troop 74, call David Burge, 404-237-2977. After all, what did you do this weekend?
Thank you to Meg and Clayton!
Meg Jones, our youth intern, finishes her internship on June 1. Clayton Harrington came to us three years ago as a seminarian from Candler School of Theology.
Kanuga Parish Retreat 2018!
Enjoy a weekend full of spirituality and fellowship with other Cathedral parishioners and clergy. Kanuga is a wonderful place to relax, enjoy the outdoors, and experience God with the beloved community. May 25-27, 2018
Wednesday Nights on the Lawn
Bring a blanket or lawn chair and join us Wednesday evenings starting April 25 on the Lanier House Lawn for an old fashioned community picnic. Feel free to bring your own food and beverage or enjoy something from one of our vendors. Options will include market favorites: S&J's Woodfired Pizza, Good Food Kitchen (street tacos), and King of Pops. The Cathedral will also host our own food booth “Hot Diggity Dogs,” which will offer a variety of kid friendly meals. Hot dogs are $2 each and come with a glass of lemonade. Spring hours will be 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. See you on the lawn!
Youth Sunday At 8:45 Service
This Sunday, May 6 at the 8:45 a.m. service, we will celebrate the roles and accomplishments of youth at the Cathedral. The service will feature youth preachers, intercessors, and ushers. Graduating seniors and five-year acolytes will also be recognized. Congratulations to these young people for all their accomplishments!