Staying Connected to St. Mary's

Worship and Musical Offerings

 SERVICES:

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We are open for worship! No reservations necessary; capacity is 58 COVID (family) units.

All livestreamed services can be viewed on the Cathedral's YouTube page

Click here to view this week's offerings which are published on our Worship page.

We welcome you to connect with the Cathedral community through musical selections created to bring hope, strength and peace. These can be found on our YouTube page and Facebook page. Click here for upcoming concert info!

 

Resources

Click here for this week's e-news

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Weekly Prayer Services on Facebook Live

Wednesday Noonday Prayer @ noon 

Friday Night Compline @ 7:30pm 

Wherever you are, take a moment to pause in prayer with the St. Mary's community for any or all of these prayer services - to begin the day on the first day of the week, to mark midday in the middle of the week, or to the end the day before the weekend. Go to the St. Mary's Facebook page and click the "video" button to begin watching live.

If you are interested in leading Friday Night Compline, please send an email to Drew Massengale (massengale.drew@gmail.com) to be added to the list. You will receive instructions on how to lead the prayer service as well as how to stream via Facebook Live, if necessary. 

Presiding Bishop Curry will offer 'Habits of Grace': video meditations that will be posted every Monday through May. Come here for some inspiration to start your week!

You can pray the Daily Office here, or visit https://pray-as-you-go.org/

Help & Support

We are here. Our clergy and pastoral care teams are active and available to you. 
Please call the church (901-527-3361) or email Interim Dean Jean Vargo (jvargo_at_stmarysmemphis_dot_org) or Drew Woodruff (dewverger_at_aol_dot_com)  

Click here for a list of local & national groups offering support during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Christian Formation

Virtual Christian Adult Formation Offerings:

1pm Sundays with Dr. Jerry Harber

Dueling ChristianitiesWhen diversity was a serious problem        

Early Christianity wasn’t monolithic in belief and practice. Seriously different beliefs and practices of the faith vied for the hearts and souls of would be followers. The issues can be seen in the books of the New Testament where we’ll begin our study, and the tensions continued for centuries, and perhaps continue even now. Join us for this study and see how, surprisingly, some of your beliefs may mirror what was going on and may not be orthodox!

https://zoom.us/j/99562953066?pwd=VytoYVlmSnIvU3Y5c3JHekV3bGdJQT09

Meeting ID: 995 6295 3066

Passcode: 045121

Dial in312-626-6799

You're invited to join other folks from St. Mary's, from other churches, and from out of town as they gather each week for an hour of study.

Social Justice & Community Engagement

Social Justice & Outreach is a hallmark of ministry at St. Mary's.  From Wednesday Eucharist and Breakfast to Walk with 901 to Pop-Top Ministry to the Servant Ministry Team, we have a variety of programs and events that work to bring the Kingdom of God alive.

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Music Ministry

The Cathedral has a long tradition of musical excellence, and our worship and music reflect this while being flexible to remain vibrant and living. Our music is rooted in the great Anglican choral tradition while we sing joyfully from other traditions. The Choir is comprised of volunteers and paid section leaders.  

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News

Lent & Holy Week 2021

February 07, 2021

Ash Wednesday February 17 12pm service & available online

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Friday evenings during Lent at 5:30 pm Stations of the Cross (replaces Compline during Lent)

On Good Friday, Stations of the Cross will take place immediately following the 12pm service (instead of 5:30pm)

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Noonday prayer on Wednesdays during Lent

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Website and Facebook will feature regular Lenten devotions

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Drive-in movies Saturdays 7pm during Lent in the Cathedral parking lot

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Palm Sunday Services

Parade of Palms Saturday, March 27 5pm & Sunday, March 28 10am

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Maundy Thursday April 1 6pm service

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Good Friday April 2 12pm service

Stations of the Cross will take place immediately following the 12pm service (instead of 5:30pm.)

7pm Drive-in movie

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Holy Saturday April 3 5pm Easter Vigil service

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Easter Sunday April 4 

6:45am Sunrise service Martyrs’ Hall Courtyard

7:30am Easter bagged breakfast distributed--all welcome!

Egg hunt & parade of hats! 9am

10am festive service: Bishop Phoebe will be our preacher

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All services live-streamed along with in-person attendance as permitted

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Hunger Ministry -- Volunteers Needed!

January 04, 2021

Food ministry continues! Thank you for all the ways everyone is continuing to keep this ministry going through food and financial donations.   

We are moving POP TOPS to Saturday and serving sausage biscuit sandwiches on Wednesday. We need sponsors for this breakfast--we will use all volunteers, no paid staff. We are asking if people would volunteer for the first, second or third Wednesday of the month. You may volunteer to buy the food, make the sandwiches and or serve the food.    

If you have questions about how to help, contact Deacon Drew Woodruff: 901.336.1103 or dewverger@aol.com

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