Worship Times

Sunday Mornings

8:00am Eucharist (Rite I)

11:00am Eucharist (Rite II) with Choir

Wednesdays

8:00am Eucharist in Sisters' Chapel

followed by Community Breakfast

Second Thursday

12:00 noon at Sister's Altar in the Nave
(Second Thursday of Each Month)

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Christian Formation

10 am in Martyrs' Hall

Upcoming Adult Formation Classes:

Sunday, February 24th Arleigh Prelow: The Psalm of Howard Thurman

Sunday, March 3th & Sunday, March 10th Floridia Jackson: Non-Violence/Active Listening; How can we better listen to one another especially when we may disagree?

Full Spring 2019 Formation Offerings

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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Events

Shrove Tuesday Party

Tuesday, March 5th, 2019 5-7:30 pm

CATHEDRAL UNDERCROFT

New Orleans Jazz provided by Jeremy Shrader Band

Dinner of fried chicken, red beans & rice, sides, beverages and desserts

Voodoo punch cash bar: proceeds from punch sales will benefit Homeless Organizing for Power and Equality (H.O.P.E.)

Youth games/activities

$7 per person/maximum $20 per family (cash, check or card accepted)

Ticket pre-sales in Martyrs’ Hall during hospitality hour after the 11:00 am Eucharist on Sunday, February 24th and Sunday, March 3rd.

For more information, contact Kenyetta Thompson Powell: kthompson@stmarysmemphis.org or 901.779.9279

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Third Annual Spring Retreat

In Conjunction with the Dean Dimmick Series on Courage,

Arleigh Prelow presents: With Head & Heart: Renewing Spirits & Building Community through the Wisdom and Story of Howard Thurman

Saturday, February 23rd, 2019

9 am - 4 pm at St. Mary's Episcopal Cathedral

FREE event; Space is limited! RSVP to Allison Musick: 901.937.4791 or amusick@stmarysmemphis.org 

Bring a lunch; beverages provided

Arleigh Prelow is an independent producer, director, writer and researcher of documentary film and video and founder of InSpirit Communications and Film. Her career has included the telling of compelling and inspiring human stories through multiple platforms: local radio and television, national PBS series, museums and independent documentary production companies. Prelow received her Master of Divinity degree from Harvard Divinity School in 2013, affirming a call as one who ministers and provides hope and inspiration through the arts.

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News

Inquirer's Class 2019

December 05, 2018

Do you have questions about the Episcopal Church? Is it time for you or one of your family members to be confirmed in the Episcopal Church? 

Classes begin January 27th, 2019 and run through every Sunday until March 10th with the Bishop's Visit for Confirmation/Reaffirmation/Reception on March 17th, 2019.

The class takes place in the Sisters' Chapel.

Schedule of Topics:

27 Jan: “Why Become an Episcopalian?”

3 Feb: “The Uniqueness of the Episcopal Church”

10 Feb: “Not Catholic, Not Protestant: History of the Episcopal Church”

17 Feb: “Get to Know Your Book of Common Prayer"

24 Feb: “The Sacraments”

3 Mar: “Non-Violence/Active Listening” with Floridia Jackson, Memphis School of Servant Leadership

10 Mar: “Called to Live our Faith”

17 Mar: Bishop’s Visit for Confirmation/Reception/Reaffirmation

For more information, contact Canon Patrick Williams: pwilliams@stmarysmemphis.org or Canon Laura F. Gettys: lgettys@stmarysmemphis.org

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A Time of Transition

February 08, 2019

During this time of transition, as the Dean search process begins, in addition to the clergy, members of the Vestry will serve as ministry heads for each of the six areas of ministry. As questions arise, know that there is a Vestry member ready to assist you with your question. 


Service/Outreach: John Geelan: jhgeelan@comcast.net


Worship: Steve Kite-Powell: kitepowell@comcast.net

 
Education: Katie Ortkiese: katie.ortkiese@gmail.com 


Evangelism: Posey Hedges 901.335.5854  


Pastoral Care: Sybil Onwuka: sybilonwuka@bellsouth.net  


Stewardship: Mickey Mitchell: aristotle3@msn.com

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