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This weekend at St Mary's


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Dear [First Name]

Just a quick note to let you know about what's coming up at St Mary's.

This weekend is a particularly busy one!

See below.

regards

KELVIN

The Very Rev Kelvin Holdsworth is the Provost of St Mary's Cathedral, Glasgow


Pride Glasgow: This weekend is the Pride March in Glasgow. There will be a group of Scottish Episcopalians including plenty of folk from St Mary's in the march which sets off from Glasgow Green at 12 noon on Saturday 20 August 2016. The meeting point for Episcopalians is by the fountain by the People's Palace from 11.15 am.

Telemann Ensemble Concert: There is a concert by the Telemann Ensemble in aid of the music foundation at St Mary's on Saturday 20 August 2016 at 7.30 pm. Music by Bath, Vivaldi, Handel and Telemann.

Choir Returns: This Sunday is the first Sunday of the new choir term at St Mary's. The choir has just completed a successful week singing services in Ripon Cathedral. They will be singing at the 10.30 am and 6.30 pm services from now until Christmas.

Next Steps for Equality Forum: The Provost, the Very Rev Kelvin Holdsworth will engage in a forum conversation with the Rev Cedric Blakey on Sunday 21 August 2016 at 12.15 pm on Next Steps for Equality as a part of Glasgow's Pride weekend. This will touch on inclusive education, marriage in church and trans rights.

Installation of the Rev Canon Audrey O'Brien Stewart: Our new Canon Missioner will be installed on Sunday evening (21 August 2016) at a special service at 6.30 pm. Audrey will be with us in St Mary's on at least one Sunday a month and amongst her other duties will be helping to boost the links between the other churches of the diocese and the cathedral. All welcome at this service. Please come along to meet Audrey and support her as she formally takes up her new role.

Forum with the new Canon Missioner: Audrey has kindly agreed to engage in a forum conversation on Sunday 28 August 2016 after the Sung Eucharist about 12.15 pm.

Bible Challenge: The next pitstop for those engaged on the challenge to read the Bible in a year is on Monday 29 August 2016 at 7.30 pm in the Synod Hall.

Forum with Prof John Curtice on Brexit and its consequences: Prof John Curtice has also kindly agreed to contribute a forum. This will be on the aftermath of the Brexit vote and will take place on 4 September 2016 after the Sunday Eucharist about 12.15 pm

Rough Guide to St Mary's: Details of the next Rough Guide for those new (and not so new) to the congregation are now online. Please book through the website.

God Factor Course: The details of the next God Factor Course are also now available online. Please book through the website.

New articles about the sacraments: A series of new articles about the sacraments are now available online on the website: www.thecathedral.org.uk

 

 

 


The Cathedral Church of Saint Mary the Virgin, Glasgow (St Mary's Episcopal Cathedral)
is a charity registered with OSCR, number SC006225.


 




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