Burns Friday Night Movie
Sep
22
7:00pm 7:00pm

Burns Friday Night Movie

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Sweet Land (2005, PG):

Norwegian-American farmer Olaf Torvik and his rural Minnesota community must struggle to overcome years of anti-German propaganda and prejudice when he discovers that his mail-order bride, Inge, is not only a German, but also an accidental Socialist.

Comments and suggestions: sfrcpa@ tampabay.rr.com. The Burns Movie Series honors our founder and longtime programmer, Eddy Burns.

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Pasta Mix-Up & Trivia Night!
Sep
23
6:00pm 6:00pm

Pasta Mix-Up & Trivia Night!

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Join us for good food and good fun at 6 p.m. Saturday, September 23. It's our Pasta Mix-Up and Trivia Night! 

First, the food: You'll have your choice of pastas and either red sauce or white sauce, and red or white wine. That's the mix-up part. (We'll also offer non-alcoholic beverages, but since alcohol is being served, this event is open only to those 21 and older.) Now the trivia part: We'll have a professional trivia caller on hand to lead tables in a cutthroat trivia competition. You whose minds are filled with arcane details about everything from the Kardashians to classic movies, this night is for you! Tickets will be on sale Sundays for $10 per person.

 

Contact: Shar or Sandy

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Canoeucharist: September Youth Outing
Sep
24
2:00pm 2:00pm

Canoeucharist: September Youth Outing

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Youth Outing!

Our monthly youth outing for September! Canoeing & Eucharist with Canon Katie, Emily & Justin. Cathedral & Diocesan Youth invited.

 

The Cathedral Church of St. Peter

Welcomes you to share your service and presence through the...

CanoEucharist

Sunday, September 24th, 2017

3500 Pinellas Bayway S, St. Petersburg, FL 33715

Join us at 2:00pm at Ft. De Soto!

Bring:

Your friends, your sandals, your swimsuit,  your sun protection gear, a water bottle and $12. We’ll meet at the parking lot across from the canoe rentals, next to shelter 12 and the dog park. Please arrive at 2:00pm. We’ll launch the double canoes and kayaks by 2:30. We’ll share an hour exploring the mangrove bayous, picking up trash along the way. An alternative to canoeing and kayaking is walking the shore to pick up trash. We will then return rental gear by 3:30pm. The Eucharist service led by the Reverend Canon Katie Churchwell will follow. We’ll wrap up the afternoon between 4:30 and 5:00pm.

Contact:

Justin Walker click here 

Reserve your spot online through http://www.signupgenius.com/go/508094caaa728a1f85-canoeucharist

The sign up deadline is SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 17 at NOON.  

Keep in mind:

Lunch and dinner will NOT be provided. Please plan accordingly.

This is an activity at the beach and on the bayou; please dress accordingly. Proper swimming apparel, sun protection, and sandals with straps or boat shoes are recommended. Afternoon rain showers are not uncommon during this time of year. We will adjust the schedule according to the weather. Your cooperation and flexibility is appreciated.

 

 

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Choral Evensong
Sep
24
4:45pm 4:45pm

Choral Evensong

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Monthly Choral Evensong

Our monthly Choral Evensongs are scheduled to resume on Sunday, September 24. An organ prelude at 4:45 p.m. will offer music by 19th century composer Felix Mendelssohn (composer of the wedding march). The service, at 5 p.m., is by Murrill in E, with responses by Ian Quinn and Bruce Neswick's anthem, "Magna et mirabilia." Herbert H.J. Murrill (1909-1952) was an English musician, composer and organist. He wrote opera, film scores, chamber music, and vocal works. He also composed two cello concertos, of which the second, The Song of the Birds (1951), written for and dedicated to Pablo Casals and quoting the popular Catalan song of the same name, has been called his "masterpiece." His setting of the Magnificat and Nunc dimittis in E major (published in 1947) are among his most frequently performed works. The Cathedral Chamber Choir will sing. Dwight Thomas is director and organist. A freewill offering will be taken. This is the first of our monthly Choral Evensongs for the 2017- 18 year. They are offered on the fourth Sundays: October 22, November 26, January 28, February 25, April 22 (no evensongs in December or March).

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Experiencing the Godly in Dance
Sep
25
6:00pm 6:00pm

Experiencing the Godly in Dance

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Expereienceing the Godly in Dance

Come and open the eyes and body to the Godly within ballet and contemporary dance works. Enhance your appreciation of the power of the human condition as expressed in the works of master choreographers. Explore the choreography of dance-works in safe, movement experiences. Experience a spectrum of dance masterworks. Topics will also include: Somatic Movement; the history of dance in Christian worship; Praise Dance; American Modern Dance; Balanchine and Contemporary Ballet.

Contact: Jack

 

Enhance your appreciation of the power of the human condition as expressed in the works of master choreographers. Explore the choreography of dance-works in safe, movement experiences. Experience a spectrum of dance masterworks. Topics will also include: Somatic Movement; the history of dance in Christian worship; Praise Dance; American Modern Dance; Balanchine and Contemporary Ballet.

Contact: Jack

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Greek Class
Sep
26
1:00pm 1:00pm

Greek Class

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Continuing Greek Class

A class in New Testament Greek, continues for those who have taken the initial course, meeting Tuesdays from 1 to 2:30 p.m. . For information contact: John Garrigues jgarrig1@tampabay.rr.com

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Reader's Theater
Sep
27
6:00pm 6:00pm

Reader's Theater

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Meet in Harvard Hall

A beginning look at the theatrical experience. Perhaps there is an actor in you just begging to step onstage. This class will offer a beginning look at the theatrical experience of developing a performance ensemble- how to speak, how to breathe, how to move, and ways to improve presentation skills in interpreting the potency within plays. The work of theater is to present life's experiences and emotions that great dramatic works evoke. Perhaps there is a performance in our future! Plays may include works by Sara Ruhl, August Wilson, T.S. Eliot, George Bernard Shaw, or others. We plan 6-8 sessions of 90 minutes each, day and time tbd. Presenters: Richard Sias and Jack Clark. 

contact: Jack Clark

This class will offer a beginning look at the theatrical experience of developing a performance ensemble- how to speak, how to breathe, how to move, and ways to improve presentation skills in interpreting the potency within plays. The work of theater is to present life's experiences and emotions that great dramatic works evoke. Perhaps there is a performance in our future! Plays may include works by Sara Ruhl, August Wilson, T.S. Eliot, George Bernard Shaw, or others. We plan 6-8 sessions of 90 minutes each, day and time tbd. Presenters: Richard Sias and Jack Clark. 

contact: Jack Clark

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Burns Friday Night Movie
Sep
29
7:00pm 7:00pm

Burns Friday Night Movie

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Viva Cuba (2005, NR).

In this Cuban comingof-age charmer, preteen Jorgito and Malu have formed a deep bond, so when they learn Malu’s divorced mother plans to remarry and leave the country, taking Malu with her, the two friends go on a quest to prevent their separation. Leaving Havana and traveling on foot and by any available vehicle, the children try to reach Malu’s father before he signs papers permitting her to emigrate.

Comments and suggestions: sfrcpa@ tampabay.rr.com. The Burns Movie Series honors our founder and longtime programmer, Eddy Burns.

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Bible & GO
Oct
1
5:00pm 5:00pm

Bible & GO

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Bible & GO...

... is the weekly meeting of Cathedral Youth on Sunday evenings from 5:00-7:00pm.

These gatherings combine meaningful time for Bible lessons and discussions with community engagement--the GO part--to help the Youth grow in their knowledge and love of the Lord. Each Sunday offers the opportunity for Youth led services and experiences. One Youth will serve as the Bible Leader and another Youth will serve as the GO Leader each week. These Youth will work with the Youth Ministries Director (Justin Walker) and each other to coordinate the time, materials and plans each week.

 

The Youth have received and will continue to receive emails and links with support for all aspects of planning and preparation.

Contact: Justin

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Experiencing the Godly in Dance
Oct
2
6:00pm 6:00pm

Experiencing the Godly in Dance

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Expereienceing the Godly in Dance

Come and open the eyes and body to the Godly within ballet and contemporary dance works. Enhance your appreciation of the power of the human condition as expressed in the works of master choreographers. Explore the choreography of dance-works in safe, movement experiences. Experience a spectrum of dance masterworks. Topics will also include: Somatic Movement; the history of dance in Christian worship; Praise Dance; American Modern Dance; Balanchine and Contemporary Ballet.

Contact: Jack

 

Enhance your appreciation of the power of the human condition as expressed in the works of master choreographers. Explore the choreography of dance-works in safe, movement experiences. Experience a spectrum of dance masterworks. Topics will also include: Somatic Movement; the history of dance in Christian worship; Praise Dance; American Modern Dance; Balanchine and Contemporary Ballet.

Contact: Jack

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Reader's Theater
Oct
4
6:00pm 6:00pm

Reader's Theater

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Meet in Harvard Hall

A beginning look at the theatrical experience. Perhaps there is an actor in you just begging to step onstage. This class will offer a beginning look at the theatrical experience of developing a performance ensemble- how to speak, how to breathe, how to move, and ways to improve presentation skills in interpreting the potency within plays. The work of theater is to present life's experiences and emotions that great dramatic works evoke. Perhaps there is a performance in our future! Plays may include works by Sara Ruhl, August Wilson, T.S. Eliot, George Bernard Shaw, or others. We plan 6-8 sessions of 90 minutes each, day and time tbd. Presenters: Richard Sias and Jack Clark. 

contact: Jack Clark

This class will offer a beginning look at the theatrical experience of developing a performance ensemble- how to speak, how to breathe, how to move, and ways to improve presentation skills in interpreting the potency within plays. The work of theater is to present life's experiences and emotions that great dramatic works evoke. Perhaps there is a performance in our future! Plays may include works by Sara Ruhl, August Wilson, T.S. Eliot, George Bernard Shaw, or others. We plan 6-8 sessions of 90 minutes each, day and time tbd. Presenters: Richard Sias and Jack Clark. 

contact: Jack Clark

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Children's Eucharist
Oct
8
10:15am10:15am

Children's Eucharist

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Children's Eucharist

Every 2nd Sunday, children are invited a Children's Eucharist in the Children's Chapel to participate in this integral heart of the Episcopal liturgy and life. They remain in Children's Chapel for the entirety of the 10:15 service and join their families at coffee hour. 

 

 

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Experiencing the Godly in Dance
Oct
9
6:00pm 6:00pm

Experiencing the Godly in Dance

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Expereienceing the Godly in Dance

Come and open the eyes and body to the Godly within ballet and contemporary dance works. Enhance your appreciation of the power of the human condition as expressed in the works of master choreographers. Explore the choreography of dance-works in safe, movement experiences. Experience a spectrum of dance masterworks. Topics will also include: Somatic Movement; the history of dance in Christian worship; Praise Dance; American Modern Dance; Balanchine and Contemporary Ballet.

Contact: Jack

 

Enhance your appreciation of the power of the human condition as expressed in the works of master choreographers. Explore the choreography of dance-works in safe, movement experiences. Experience a spectrum of dance masterworks. Topics will also include: Somatic Movement; the history of dance in Christian worship; Praise Dance; American Modern Dance; Balanchine and Contemporary Ballet.

Contact: Jack

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Book Talk
Oct
10
12:00pm12:00pm

Book Talk

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Tampa Bay Times reporter Ben Montgomery will speak about his book, The Leper Spy: The Story of an Unlikely Hero of World War II. Free; lunch available ($5).

Want more Book Talks? See below for our schedule...

BOOK TALKS

2017-18

Our popular series returns for a seventh year. Join us for conversations about important books with authors, critics and teachers. Bring your friends and your book club!

 

October 10

Ben Montgomery

author of Grandma Gatewood’s Walk, Pulitzer finalist, Tampa Bay Times reporter

on his new book, The Leper Spy: The Story of an Unlikely Hero of World War II

 

November 14

Cathy Salustri

Creative Loafing Tampa arts/entertainment editor, photographer

on her book, Backroads of Paradise: A Journey to Discover Old Florida

 

January 9

Colette Bancroft

Tampa Bay Times book critic

on Manhattan Beach, the new novel by Pulitzer-Prize-winning novelist Jennifer Egan

 

February 13

 

Albert Farr

Chair, Communications Department, St. Petersburg College/Gibbs campus

on Richard Wright’s classic Native Son

 

March 13

Lisa Unger

New York Times best-selling mystery novelist

on her psychological thriller, The Red Hunter

 

 

 

 

 

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St Peter's Book Club
Oct
10
6:30pm 6:30pm

St Peter's Book Club

When: Second Tuesday of the month at 6:30 p.m.

Who: Everyone — men and women welcome!

What we'll read: We'll focus on novels of any genre —

mysteries, thrillers,

legal thrillers, historical novels, sci-fi, current best-sellers — anything you'd like a group to share and enjoy.

Questions? Contact Shar or Roberta

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Reader's Theater
Oct
11
6:00pm 6:00pm

Reader's Theater

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Meet in Harvard Hall

A beginning look at the theatrical experience. Perhaps there is an actor in you just begging to step onstage. This class will offer a beginning look at the theatrical experience of developing a performance ensemble- how to speak, how to breathe, how to move, and ways to improve presentation skills in interpreting the potency within plays. The work of theater is to present life's experiences and emotions that great dramatic works evoke. Perhaps there is a performance in our future! Plays may include works by Sara Ruhl, August Wilson, T.S. Eliot, George Bernard Shaw, or others. We plan 6-8 sessions of 90 minutes each, day and time tbd. Presenters: Richard Sias and Jack Clark. 

contact: Jack Clark

This class will offer a beginning look at the theatrical experience of developing a performance ensemble- how to speak, how to breathe, how to move, and ways to improve presentation skills in interpreting the potency within plays. The work of theater is to present life's experiences and emotions that great dramatic works evoke. Perhaps there is a performance in our future! Plays may include works by Sara Ruhl, August Wilson, T.S. Eliot, George Bernard Shaw, or others. We plan 6-8 sessions of 90 minutes each, day and time tbd. Presenters: Richard Sias and Jack Clark. 

contact: Jack Clark

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Messy Church
Oct
12
5:45pm 5:45pm

Messy Church

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Messy Church

Messy Church is our monthly intergenerational family gathering involving: worship, crafts, music, storytelling and a shared supper.

We will travel around the Mediterranean with Paul sharing the news of Jesus (and dealing the vipers, shipwrecks, prison). Our travelers will have passports and maps to use for the journey.

Contact: Betsy Adams 

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Experiencing the Godly in Dance
Oct
16
6:00pm 6:00pm

Experiencing the Godly in Dance

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Expereienceing the Godly in Dance

Come and open the eyes and body to the Godly within ballet and contemporary dance works. Enhance your appreciation of the power of the human condition as expressed in the works of master choreographers. Explore the choreography of dance-works in safe, movement experiences. Experience a spectrum of dance masterworks. Topics will also include: Somatic Movement; the history of dance in Christian worship; Praise Dance; American Modern Dance; Balanchine and Contemporary Ballet.

Contact: Jack

 

Enhance your appreciation of the power of the human condition as expressed in the works of master choreographers. Explore the choreography of dance-works in safe, movement experiences. Experience a spectrum of dance masterworks. Topics will also include: Somatic Movement; the history of dance in Christian worship; Praise Dance; American Modern Dance; Balanchine and Contemporary Ballet.

Contact: Jack

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Choral Evensong
Oct
22
4:45pm 4:45pm

Choral Evensong

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Monthly Choral Evensong

Our monthly Choral Evensongs are scheduled to resume on Sunday, September 24. An organ prelude at 4:45 p.m. will offer music by 19th century composer Felix Mendelssohn (composer of the wedding march). The service, at 5 p.m., is by Murrill in E, with responses by Ian Quinn and Bruce Neswick's anthem, "Magna et mirabilia." Herbert H.J. Murrill (1909-1952) was an English musician, composer and organist. He wrote opera, film scores, chamber music, and vocal works. He also composed two cello concertos, of which the second, The Song of the Birds (1951), written for and dedicated to Pablo Casals and quoting the popular Catalan song of the same name, has been called his "masterpiece." His setting of the Magnificat and Nunc dimittis in E major (published in 1947) are among his most frequently performed works. The Cathedral Chamber Choir will sing. Dwight Thomas is director and organist. A freewill offering will be taken. This is the first of our monthly Choral Evensongs for the 2017- 18 year. They are offered on the fourth Sundays: October 22, November 26, January 28, February 25, April 22 (no evensongs in December or March).

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Experiencing the Godly in Dance
Oct
23
6:00pm 6:00pm

Experiencing the Godly in Dance

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Expereienceing the Godly in Dance

Come and open the eyes and body to the Godly within ballet and contemporary dance works. Enhance your appreciation of the power of the human condition as expressed in the works of master choreographers. Explore the choreography of dance-works in safe, movement experiences. Experience a spectrum of dance masterworks. Topics will also include: Somatic Movement; the history of dance in Christian worship; Praise Dance; American Modern Dance; Balanchine and Contemporary Ballet.

Contact: Jack

 

Enhance your appreciation of the power of the human condition as expressed in the works of master choreographers. Explore the choreography of dance-works in safe, movement experiences. Experience a spectrum of dance masterworks. Topics will also include: Somatic Movement; the history of dance in Christian worship; Praise Dance; American Modern Dance; Balanchine and Contemporary Ballet.

Contact: Jack

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Reader's Theater
Oct
25
6:00pm 6:00pm

Reader's Theater

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Meet in Harvard Hall

A beginning look at the theatrical experience. Perhaps there is an actor in you just begging to step onstage. This class will offer a beginning look at the theatrical experience of developing a performance ensemble- how to speak, how to breathe, how to move, and ways to improve presentation skills in interpreting the potency within plays. The work of theater is to present life's experiences and emotions that great dramatic works evoke. Perhaps there is a performance in our future! Plays may include works by Sara Ruhl, August Wilson, T.S. Eliot, George Bernard Shaw, or others. We plan 6-8 sessions of 90 minutes each, day and time tbd. Presenters: Richard Sias and Jack Clark. 

contact: Jack Clark

This class will offer a beginning look at the theatrical experience of developing a performance ensemble- how to speak, how to breathe, how to move, and ways to improve presentation skills in interpreting the potency within plays. The work of theater is to present life's experiences and emotions that great dramatic works evoke. Perhaps there is a performance in our future! Plays may include works by Sara Ruhl, August Wilson, T.S. Eliot, George Bernard Shaw, or others. We plan 6-8 sessions of 90 minutes each, day and time tbd. Presenters: Richard Sias and Jack Clark. 

contact: Jack Clark

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Experiencing the Godly in Dance
Oct
30
6:00pm 6:00pm

Experiencing the Godly in Dance

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Expereienceing the Godly in Dance

Come and open the eyes and body to the Godly within ballet and contemporary dance works. Enhance your appreciation of the power of the human condition as expressed in the works of master choreographers. Explore the choreography of dance-works in safe, movement experiences. Experience a spectrum of dance masterworks. Topics will also include: Somatic Movement; the history of dance in Christian worship; Praise Dance; American Modern Dance; Balanchine and Contemporary Ballet.

Contact: Jack

 

Enhance your appreciation of the power of the human condition as expressed in the works of master choreographers. Explore the choreography of dance-works in safe, movement experiences. Experience a spectrum of dance masterworks. Topics will also include: Somatic Movement; the history of dance in Christian worship; Praise Dance; American Modern Dance; Balanchine and Contemporary Ballet.

Contact: Jack

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Reader's Theater
Nov
1
6:00pm 6:00pm

Reader's Theater

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Meet in Harvard Hall

A beginning look at the theatrical experience. Perhaps there is an actor in you just begging to step onstage. This class will offer a beginning look at the theatrical experience of developing a performance ensemble- how to speak, how to breathe, how to move, and ways to improve presentation skills in interpreting the potency within plays. The work of theater is to present life's experiences and emotions that great dramatic works evoke. Perhaps there is a performance in our future! Plays may include works by Sara Ruhl, August Wilson, T.S. Eliot, George Bernard Shaw, or others. We plan 6-8 sessions of 90 minutes each, day and time tbd. Presenters: Richard Sias and Jack Clark. 

contact: Jack Clark

This class will offer a beginning look at the theatrical experience of developing a performance ensemble- how to speak, how to breathe, how to move, and ways to improve presentation skills in interpreting the potency within plays. The work of theater is to present life's experiences and emotions that great dramatic works evoke. Perhaps there is a performance in our future! Plays may include works by Sara Ruhl, August Wilson, T.S. Eliot, George Bernard Shaw, or others.

 Presenters: Richard Sias and Jack Clark. 

contact: Jack Clark

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Reader's Theater
Nov
8
6:00pm 6:00pm

Reader's Theater

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Meet in Harvard Hall

A beginning look at the theatrical experience. Perhaps there is an actor in you just begging to step onstage. This class will offer a beginning look at the theatrical experience of developing a performance ensemble- how to speak, how to breathe, how to move, and ways to improve presentation skills in interpreting the potency within plays. The work of theater is to present life's experiences and emotions that great dramatic works evoke. Perhaps there is a performance in our future! Plays may include works by Sara Ruhl, August Wilson, T.S. Eliot, George Bernard Shaw, or others. We plan 6-8 sessions of 90 minutes each, day and time tbd. Presenters: Richard Sias and Jack Clark. 

contact: Jack Clark

This class will offer a beginning look at the theatrical experience of developing a performance ensemble- how to speak, how to breathe, how to move, and ways to improve presentation skills in interpreting the potency within plays. The work of theater is to present life's experiences and emotions that great dramatic works evoke. Perhaps there is a performance in our future! Plays may include works by Sara Ruhl, August Wilson, T.S. Eliot, George Bernard Shaw, or others.

Presenters: Richard Sias and Jack Clark. 

contact: Jack Clark

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Messy Church
Nov
9
5:45pm 5:45pm

Messy Church

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Messy Church

Messy Church is our monthly intergenerational family gathering involving: worship, crafts, music, storytelling and a shared supper.

We will travel around the Mediterranean with Paul sharing the news of Jesus (and dealing the vipers, shipwrecks, prison). Our travelers will have passports and maps to use for the journey.

Contact: Betsy Adams 

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Children's Eucharist
Nov
12
10:15am10:15am

Children's Eucharist

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Children's Eucharist

Every 2nd Sunday, children are invited a Children's Eucharist in the Children's Chapel to participate in this integral heart of the Episcopal liturgy and life. They remain in Children's Chapel for the entirety of the 10:15 service and join their families at coffee hour. 

 

 

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St Peter's Book Club
Nov
14
6:30pm 6:30pm

St Peter's Book Club

When: Second Tuesday of the month at 6:30 p.m.

Who: Everyone — men and women welcome!

What we'll read: We'll focus on novels of any genre —

mysteries, thrillers,

legal thrillers, historical novels, sci-fi, current best-sellers — anything you'd like a group to share and enjoy.

Questions? Contact Shar or Roberta

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Reader's Theater
Nov
22
6:00pm 6:00pm

Reader's Theater

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Meet in Harvard Hall

A beginning look at the theatrical experience. Perhaps there is an actor in you just begging to step onstage. This class will offer a beginning look at the theatrical experience of developing a performance ensemble- how to speak, how to breathe, how to move, and ways to improve presentation skills in interpreting the potency within plays. The work of theater is to present life's experiences and emotions that great dramatic works evoke. Perhaps there is a performance in our future! Plays may include works by Sara Ruhl, August Wilson, T.S. Eliot, George Bernard Shaw, or others. We plan 6-8 sessions of 90 minutes each, day and time tbd. Presenters: Richard Sias and Jack Clark. 

contact: Jack Clark

This class will offer a beginning look at the theatrical experience of developing a performance ensemble- how to speak, how to breathe, how to move, and ways to improve presentation skills in interpreting the potency within plays. The work of theater is to present life's experiences and emotions that great dramatic works evoke. Perhaps there is a performance in our future! Plays may include works by Sara Ruhl, August Wilson, T.S. Eliot, George Bernard Shaw, or others.

Presenters: Richard Sias and Jack Clark. 

contact: Jack Clark

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Choral Evensong
Nov
26
4:45pm 4:45pm

Choral Evensong

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Monthly Choral Evensong

Our monthly Choral Evensongs include an organ prelude at 4:45 p.m. They will offer music by 19th century composer Felix Mendelssohn (composer of the wedding march). The service, at 5 p.m., is by Murrill in E, with responses by Ian Quinn and Bruce Neswick's anthem, "Magna et mirabilia." Herbert H.J. Murrill (1909-1952) was an English musician, composer and organist. He wrote opera, film scores, chamber music, and vocal works. He also composed two cello concertos, of which the second, The Song of the Birds (1951), written for and dedicated to Pablo Casals and quoting the popular Catalan song of the same name, has been called his "masterpiece." His setting of the Magnificat and Nunc dimittis in E major (published in 1947) are among his most frequently performed works. The Cathedral Chamber Choir will sing. Dwight Thomas is director and organist. A freewill offering will be taken. 

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Reader's Theater
Nov
29
6:00pm 6:00pm

Reader's Theater

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Meet in Harvard Hall

A beginning look at the theatrical experience. Perhaps there is an actor in you just begging to step onstage. This class will offer a beginning look at the theatrical experience of developing a performance ensemble- how to speak, how to breathe, how to move, and ways to improve presentation skills in interpreting the potency within plays. The work of theater is to present life's experiences and emotions that great dramatic works evoke. Perhaps there is a performance in our future! Plays may include works by Sara Ruhl, August Wilson, T.S. Eliot, George Bernard Shaw, or others. We plan 6-8 sessions of 90 minutes each, day and time tbd. Presenters: Richard Sias and Jack Clark. 

contact: Jack Clark

This class will offer a beginning look at the theatrical experience of developing a performance ensemble- how to speak, how to breathe, how to move, and ways to improve presentation skills in interpreting the potency within plays. The work of theater is to present life's experiences and emotions that great dramatic works evoke. Perhaps there is a performance in our future! Plays may include works by Sara Ruhl, August Wilson, T.S. Eliot, George Bernard Shaw, or others.

 Presenters: Richard Sias and Jack Clark. 

contact: Jack Clark

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Reader's Theater
Dec
6
6:00pm 6:00pm

Reader's Theater

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Meet in Harvard Hall

A beginning look at the theatrical experience. Perhaps there is an actor in you just begging to step onstage. This class will offer a beginning look at the theatrical experience of developing a performance ensemble- how to speak, how to breathe, how to move, and ways to improve presentation skills in interpreting the potency within plays. The work of theater is to present life's experiences and emotions that great dramatic works evoke. Perhaps there is a performance in our future! Plays may include works by Sara Ruhl, August Wilson, T.S. Eliot, George Bernard Shaw, or others. We plan 6-8 sessions of 90 minutes each, day and time tbd. Presenters: Richard Sias and Jack Clark. 

contact: Jack Clark

This class will offer a beginning look at the theatrical experience of developing a performance ensemble- how to speak, how to breathe, how to move, and ways to improve presentation skills in interpreting the potency within plays. The work of theater is to present life's experiences and emotions that great dramatic works evoke. Perhaps there is a performance in our future! Plays may include works by Sara Ruhl, August Wilson, T.S. Eliot, George Bernard Shaw, or others.

Presenters: Richard Sias and Jack Clark. 

contact: Jack Clark

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Children's Eucharist
Dec
10
10:15am10:15am

Children's Eucharist

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Children's Eucharist

Every 2nd Sunday, children are invited a Children's Eucharist in the Children's Chapel to participate in this integral heart of the Episcopal liturgy and life. They remain in Children's Chapel for the entirety of the 10:15 service and join their families at coffee hour. 

 

 

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St Peter's Book Club
Dec
12
6:30pm 6:30pm

St Peter's Book Club

When: Second Tuesday of the month at 6:30 p.m.

Who: Everyone — men and women welcome!

What we'll read: We'll focus on novels of any genre —

mysteries, thrillers,

legal thrillers, historical novels, sci-fi, current best-sellers — anything you'd like a group to share and enjoy.

Questions? Contact Shar or Roberta

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Foyer Groups
Sep
21
5:45pm 5:45pm

Foyer Groups

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Foyer 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. 

 

To learn more. Sign-ups are for new and return Foyer Members. Contact Marion Fleming

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Greek Class
Sep
19
1:00pm 1:00pm

Greek Class

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Continuing Greek Class

A class in New Testament Greek, continues for those who have taken the initial course, meeting Tuesdays from 1 to 2:30 p.m. . For information contact: John Garrigues jgarrig1@tampabay.rr.com

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Bible & GO
Sep
17
5:00pm 5:00pm

Bible & GO

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Sunday evenings with Youth

Bible & GO is the weekly-ish meeting of Cathedral Youth on Sunday evenings from 5:00-7:00pm.

contact: Justin

These gatherings combine meaningful time for Bible lessons and discussions with community engagement--the GO part--to help the Youth grow in their knowledge and love of the Lord. Each Sunday offers the opportunity for Youth led services and experiences. One Youth will serve as the Bible Leader and another Youth will serve as the GO Leader each week. These Youth will work with the Youth Ministries Director (Justin Walker) and each other to coordinate the time, materials and plans each week.

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Baseball with the Bishop
Sep
15
7:00pm 7:00pm

Baseball with the Bishop

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Baseball with the Bishop

Rays-Red Sox will start at 7:10pm. Note: no Pre-game tailgate this time. We'll be selling lower-level seats for $25 and the proceeds benefit the 2-17 Bishop's Appeal, so you'll be joining several thousand of your fellow Episcopalians from around the diocese. 

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Burns Friday Night Movie
Sep
1
7:00pm 7:00pm

Burns Friday Night Movie

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September 1: LaLa Land (2016, PG-13):

While pursuing showbiz, jazz pianist Sebastian falls for aspiring actress Mia, and the two embark on an intense love affair. But as their separate paths of ambition force them to make tough choices, their relationship starts to fray. Six Academy Awards!

 

Comments and suggestions: sfrcpa@ tampabay.rr.com. The Burns Movie Series honors our founder and longtime programmer, Eddy Burns.

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Children in Church
Aug
27
10:15am10:15am

Children in Church

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Children in Church

Cathedral Children & Youth in Worship

Children in Church: The fourth Sunday of each month of summer Children are invited to worship in the main sanctuary- singing hymns that they have practiced in children’s chapel, hearing scripture in an easier to understand translation, and participating in a sermon that is especially for children and youth. 

To sign-up for a role, use our Sign-Up Genius link: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/508094caaa728a1f85-children

Contact: Justin

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Burns Friday Night Movie
Aug
25
7:00pm 7:00pm

Burns Friday Night Movie

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Slumdog Millionaire (2008, Rated R)

After coming within one question of winning a fortune on a game show, an uneducated young "slumdog" is accused of cheating and arrested. While in custody, he accounts for knowing all the answers by reflecting on his hardscrabble life.

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Burns (Family!) Movie Night
Aug
18
6:00pm 6:00pm

Burns (Family!) Movie Night

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Animals Are Beautiful People

6pm: simple food and games for children & youth
7pm: movie

 

contact Justin at jwalker@spcathedral.com

August 18: Animals Are Beautiful People
(1975, G). 

Our family-friendly movie of the month!
Paddy O’Byrne narrates this
entertaining and humorous look at African
wildlife from the creator of The
Gods Must Be Crazy. This family film,
filled with fascinating footage, compares
animals and humans and finds much in
common between the two. Filmed over
four years in the Namib and Kalahari
deserts and the Okavango Delta regions,
the movie won Best Documentary at
the Golden Globes in 1975. 

Join us in Harvard Hall at 7 p.m. Fridays
for our free movies. Bring your friends, enjoy
our free popcorn!

The Burns Movie Series is named in
honor of our founder and longtime programmer,
Eddy Burns.

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Blessing of the Backpacks
Aug
6
10:15am10:15am

Blessing of the Backpacks

Come and bring your backpack to be blessed for the upcoming 2017/2018 school year! The blessing will take place during the 10:15 am service on August 6th 2017.  

Following the 10:15 service, we will have a Back to School brunch in Harvard Hall. 

We hope to see you there!

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Vacation Bible School: Justice Makers
Aug
3
to Aug 5

Vacation Bible School: Justice Makers

 

The Cathedral will have a three-day VBS, on Thursday and Friday, August 3rd and 4th, from 5:30 to 8 p.m. and on Saturday, August 5th, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. We will use the English-language version of the curriculum our team has prepared for the Dominican Republic Mission Vacation Bible School. Our theme is "Justice Makers." We will talk about how to create justice for everyone: in our homes, in our communities, in the world.

We'll have Bible readings, activities, crafts, and service projects. VBS is open to all kids through fifth grade. Cost is $15 per child ($20 for children ages 3 and younger), or $35 per family. Scholarships are available. Volunteers — parents and others — are needed. 

Register Here (both children and volunteers)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Christmas in July
Jul
23
11:30am11:30am

Christmas in July

Christmas in July! During the coffee hour after the 10:15 service on Sunday July 23rd, there will be a tree and gifts in Harvard Hall. Neal Ward will play the piano for Christmas caroling, and there will be a Christmas cookie exchange on Saturday morning July 22nd. 

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Children in Church
Jul
23
10:15am10:15am

Children in Church

Children in Church: The fourth Sunday of each month of summer Children are invited to worship in the main sanctuary- singing hymns that they have practiced in children’s chapel, hearing scripture in an easier to understand translation, and participating in a sermon that is especially for children and youth. The Children & Youth Committee will reach out to families to invite people and to describe the event. You can see a list of roles and volunteer opportunities here

Would you like to be a reader or an usher? Please email Emily or Justin

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Decorate Christmas Cookies!
Jul
22
10:00am10:00am

Decorate Christmas Cookies!

Let's prepare for 'Christmas in July' and decorate Christmas cookies together on Saturday morning, July 22nd in Harvard Hall. Join us in decorating tags for the back packs we are preparing for Campbell Park Elementary, Family Promise, and Resurrection House. 

 

This event is for Children, Youth and anyone at the Cathedral who would like to join. Email Emily or Justin with questions and if you will consider helping with this event. 

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"Messy Church" Sunday
Jul
16
10:00am10:00am

"Messy Church" Sunday

"Messy Church" will be on Sunday morning July 16th for children. Parents may be present, but they may also attend the 10:15 service in the sanctuary. The Road to Emmaus: Our Eyes are Opened, Burning Hearts, Walking with Jesus, On the Road Again and song "Are Not Our Hearts Burning Within Us"

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Safeguarding God's Children
Jul
15
8:00am 8:00am

Safeguarding God's Children

The Cathedral will offer Safeguarding God's Children training on Saturday July 15th. We encourage to join:  All parents, volunteers with Children & Youth (especially upcoming VBS), people who care for the health and safety of our community in and around the Cathedral.

 

We will offer breakfast and Safeguarding God's Children Training in a welcoming environment. 

Are you able to join us? Please contact Emily so she can keep track and plan for the day. 

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