News from St Mary's
Dear [First Name]
Just a quick update on what's going on at St Mary's over the next few weeks.
On Wednesday evening this week - 18 January 2017, Debbie Lewer who is head of the Art History Department in the University of Glasgow is doing another evening in the School of Spirituality series "Ways of seeing". The evening starts at 7.30 pm and is open to all.
We've got a Rough Guide to St Mary's taking place on 28 January 2017. This is primarily for those wanting to find out about the congregation. There will be an "Everything you want to know about St Mary's" session, a Behind the Scenes Tour of the Cathedral and an Any Questions session with me. All this takes place between 10.30 and 2.30 pm. Details and sign up form here: http://thecathedral.org.uk/2016/08/rough-guide-st-marys-3/
The God Factor gets going again soon too. This is the course for people wanting to explore the Christian Faith. This starts 12 February 2017. More details here: http://thecathedral.org.uk/2016/10/next-god-factor-course-2/
There's a new thing happening with a course called The Y Factor. This is a 10 session course for young people aged 11-15 years looking at the Christian faith. Lorraine Darlow is organising this so it will be fun. Lots more details on the website here: http://thecathedral.org.uk/2017/01/the-y-factor/
As you may be aware, there's been quite a lot of media comment about our Epiphany service. There's an article on my blog about it here: http://thurible.net/2017/01/13/keeping-the-faith/
I also preached about this and the sermon can be read and heard here: http://thurible.net/2017/01/15/sermon-epiphanies-midst-storm/
The Gifts and Skills Course is also going to be available soon. This is one that needs to be booked in advance and is a four session course to think about where one is in life and how one develops one's gifts and skills. Participants are asked to commit to all four sessions which are on 10, 24 February and 3, 17 March 2017 from 7.30 - 9.30 pm. More information is available from Isobel MacNaughton or Franny Mawditt via the enquiry form on the website:
There's also the sermon about the storm of protest and where God is to be found at times like that available here: http://thurible.net/2017/01/15/sermon-epiphanies-midst-storm/
PS - Do put our next Choral Mass in your diary, it is looking like being very special - 2 February 2017 at 7.30 pm.
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