The Cathedral offers a variety of ministries and programs that help adults to strengthen their relationship with God and continue to grow as disciples. Please, come as you are, and learn and grow in the knowledge and love of God.
Episcopal Inquirer's Classes
Inquirer’s Class starting Sunday, February 18, 9 - 10 a.m.
What does it mean to be an Episcopalian? How do you become a member? The clergy will jointly lead Inquirer’s Classes beginning on Sunday mornings in Lent that offer an opportunity to learn about our Episcopal/Anglican heritage. Classes are particularly oriented to those wanting to formalize their membership in the Episcopal Church and the Cathedral yet are open to all. Confirmation and Reception of new members will take place at the Easter Vigil, Mar. 31.
Please speak with any member of the clergy for more information and to express your interest.
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 11 The GOOD BOOK CLUB STARTS
Join Episcopalians around the world on a great journey!
Read the Gospel of Luke and the Book of Acts, Lent-Easter 2018.
Learn more about the life of Jesus and how the earliest Christians spread the Good News.
Let's read together! * At the Welcome Table in the Narthex/Lobby of the Cathedral, Pick up a copy of Forward Day by Day or pick up the reading list * Or find the daily readings at goodbookclub.org.
Why join the Good Book Club? * It's free * Become a better educated Episcopalian * Prepare to be transformed * It's a great story!
Men's Bible Study
The Men's Bible Study meets at 7:30 a.m. Thursdays for an hour. This year they will study the book of Exodus. This group offers prayer and fellowship as well as study of Scripture. Information: Frank Casorio, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Restoring Respect Series
A community conversation about respecting others who look, think, worship or vote differently
For Full information on the series click here
Oct. 17: Restoring Respect: Where Did It Go?Donald Eastman, president, Eckerd College
-Eric Deggans, television critic, National Public Radio
-Brendan Goff, professor of history, New College
November 14: Restoring Respect: In the Media
*Indira Lakshmanan, journalism ethics chair, The Poynter Institute
* Tim Nickens, editorial page editor, Tampa Bay Times
*Adam Goodman, Republican media campaign consultant
January 16: Restoring Respect: In Religion
February 20: Restoring Respect: In Race
March 20: Restoring Respect: In Politics
with Adam Smith, political editor, Tampa Bay Times; Susan MacManus, professor of government at USF and political commentator; Alexios Mantzarlis, head of global fact-checking project at Poynter.
Continuing Greek Class
Continuing Greek Class
A class in New Testament Greek, meeting Tuesdays from 6:30-8:45 p.m.
For information contact: John Garrigues email@example.com
Foyer Dinner Groups
Sign-up sheets for a new season of Foyer groups are available now at the Welcome Table in the Narthex. Foyers meet the third Thursday of the month, from September through May, from 5:45-7:45 in Harvard Hall. A simple meal ($5) provides a great way to meet others and spend some uninterrupted time chatting.
Sign-ups are for new and return Foyer Members. Contact Marion Fleming