Worship Times

Sunday Mornings

8:00am Eucharist (Rite I)

11:00am Eucharist (Rite II) with Choir


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

Upcoming Events during Formation Hour:

Youth Sunday May 19th: Youth will lead the formation hour and the 11 am Eucharist. 

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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Easter Season In-Home Eucharists

Celebrate the Resurrection!

Final Thursday: May 30th Laryn & Janel Kragt Bakker 1752 Vinton Ave, Memphis 38104

Gather from 5:30 pm with Holy Eucharist beginning at 6 pm. All invited to bring a dish to share!

RSVP to Allison Musick: amusick@stmarysmemphis.org or 901.937.4791

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Youth Sunday

Sunday, May 19th, 2019

Let's celebrate Cathedral youth! Youth will lead the 10 am formation hour and the 11am Eucharist. Sophie Ross will be our preacher! Come learn what our young people have been creating and working on this year!

Our morning will begin at 10:00 a.m. with a presentation from the youth followed by youth led 11:00 a.m. worship service during which we will celebrate our beloved Justin Merrick's transition from serving as Youth Minister for Diversity. 

We will end the afternoon at Memphis Rox at 1:00 p.m. until 3:00 p.m. with a pizza party and fun! 

We hope you'll join us for the last formation of this semester!

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Potluck Faith: Finding the Holy by Sharing our Stories

The next Potluck Faith events in Sisters’ Chapel 

Thursday, June 6 @ 5:30pm

Thursday, June 20 @ 11am

Join this intergenerational gathering for a brief prayer service, potluck meal--bring a dish!--and faith conversation. Each table will engage in discussion, based upon a faith question(s). 

Childcare provided for young children for evening events. Older children welcome and encouraged to attend.

For more information, contact Canon Patrick Williams: pwilliams@stmarysmemphis.org  or 901.937.4792

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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. 


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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Transition News

February 28, 2019

Interim Dean

The goodness of transition continues with exciting news: Laura Gettys has been appointed Interim Dean by Bishop Don Johnson and Bishop-Elect Phoebe Roaf. The Cathedral Vestry approved at their February meeting, and Senior Warden Scott Morrell announced last Sunday, February 24th at the 11 am service. Laura will serve in this capacity until a new Dean is selected.

Dean Search Committee

These people were elected by the Vestry, based on their qualifications and demonstrated support of the Cathedral:

Geoff Bakewell

Jean Fisher

Jerry Harber

Ernest Kelly

Aimee McMillin

Kelly Morice

Graham Ross

Gillian Steinhauer

Robert Watson

Roger Wolcott

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Support for Bishop-Elect Roaf

April 05, 2019

The Search & Transition for the Fourth Bishop of West Tennessee | Support for the Bishop Elect

As the consecration of the 4th Bishop of the Diocese of West Tennessee draws closer, the Transition Committee has asked that we help welcome Bishop Elect Roaf by sharing our favorite things in West Tennessee with her.

To that end, we are asking the people of the diocese to submit recommendations for your favorite people, places, and things…from your favorite Italian restaurant…to helpful tips about which roads to avoid at 5pm.  From an upcoming exhibit you’re excited about…to the dates for this year’s Strawberry Festival in Humboldt (May 5th – May 11th if you’re asking).  From the dry cleaners you couldn’t live without…to the best plumbers, painters and electricians that keep your home humming.

We want to share with her all the things you would want to know if you were new around here.

We will compile all the information you send into a binder and will present this all to her, upon her arrival, in a lovely basket with gift cards, notes and some fun local products she might enjoy.

There are 4 ways to get involved. 

  1. Use the online form here:  Bishop Recommendations Link Fill out as much or as little as you want and click submit.
  2. Send an email with your recommendations to bishoptips@gmail.com. Any note you send or recommendation you make, will be added to our book and shared with the Bishop.
  3. Send a handwritten note in the mail to Bishop Tips c/o Shannon Tucker PO Box 17036 Memphis, TN 38187 and we will include this in the basket.
  4. Send a gift card or local product, by mailing that to the aforementioned PO Box or drop it off at the Diocesan Office with the label Bishop Tips.

Please include your name and your parish home when writing. 

We are so excited about welcoming Bishop Elect Roaf and are glad to be able to share our West Tennessee with her!

If you have any questions, please email bishoptips@gmail.com or call or text Shannon Tucker at 901-281-0785.

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