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January 21, 2011
St. Paul’s weekly e-Bulletin keeps you up-to-date on news and events, upcoming concerts,

This Week at St. Paul’s

Cathedral Day… this Sunday

The Conversion of St. Paul the Apostle

our newest canon, Mrs. Konnie Dadmun, during the 10:30 service.

Worship with us at Evensong Sunday night at 5:00 p.m. and hear The Girls and Men
of the Choir accompany the service with anthem by Howells and Canticles by Ayleward.
week and a quiet preparation for the week to come.

Wednesdays, Jan 26 to Apr 13, 2011
6:00 pm to 8:00 in the Guild Room.

This course is ideal for newcomers interested in learning more about what it means
to be an Episcopalian as well as longtime members looking to deepen their understanding
of their faith. This is a fellowship and shared learning experience open to everyone,
including those wishing to become Christians through Baptism, or Episcopalians through
information or to register, please contact The Rev. Canon Allisyn Thomas at [email protected]

Some of the topics covered include:

* the history of the Episcopal Church
* what is Anglican Spirituality?
* where did the Creeds come from?
* who wrote the Bible?
* and much more!

Register TODAY – Class starts January 26

Topics include

* January 26 Introduction to the Class and A Very Brief History of The Episcopal
Church with The Rev. Canon Allisyn Thomas
* February 2 Introduction to Holy Scripture with The Very Rev. Scott Richardson
* February 9 Faith, Hope and Love: Foundations for Christian Living with The Very
* February 16 Introduction to The Book of Common Prayer with The Rev. Canon Anne
Chisham
* February 20 Why Do They Do That? (Sunday Forum) with Canon Brooks Mason, Mr. Don
Mitchell, and The Rev. Canon Allisyn Thomas
* February 23 Introduction to Music in the Anglican Worship with Canon Martin Green
* March 2 Stewardship of the Faith with Canon Chris Harris
* March 9 Ash Wednesday (services in the Cathedral)
* March 16 Introduction to the Anglican Communion with The Rev. Canon Joan Ford
* March 23 Anglican Spirituality with The Rev. Canon Allisyn Thomas
* March 30 Instructed Eucharist with Canon Brooks Mason, Cathedral Vergers, and
* April 6 The Role of the Bishop: An Evening with Bishop Mathes
* April 13 Rehearsal for the Easter Vigil Service & Reflections on where we go from
here with The Rev. Canon Allisyn Thomas

Adult Education this Sunday

9 AM FORUM…
Breaking Through…
Rediscovering the Radical Paul
In this forum, Canon Albert Ogle reflects on his own re-discovery of the radical
Paul, a journey that began while striving for marriage equality in California and
continued with a second international tour with Bishop Christopher Senyonjo (who
top ten religious figures of 2010″). During this time Albert also began the St.
Paul’s Foundation for International Reconciliation, part of a coalition at the UN
that stopped internationally sanctioned extra-judicial killings of LGBT people.
Join us on the Cathedral’s patronal feast-day to hear how Canon Ogle’s journey led
to his rediscovery of the radical Paul.

VIDEO!

Have you missed a class or past forum? You can view them online at www.stpaulcathedral.org/9am-forum

EXPLORING TODAY’S READINGS – Join The Rev. Canon Jack Lindquist’s study of the day’s
readings and Gospel in the Fireside Room at 9 am.

SMALL GROUP BIBLE STUDY – 9 am, Cathedral Parlor. Dr. Stewart Dadmun will lead this
to the Hebrews.
a chance to slow down and reflect on how God is working in our lives. Sometimes
serious, sometimes humorous, but always interesting. Submit your own blog anytime

YOU CAN NOW HEAR THE SERVICE IN THE COURTYARD. Via the new speakers installed in
the Fifth Avenue courtyard, you can hear the service while seated in the outdoor
chairs.

Volunteers Needed to assist with St. Paul’s Homeless Shelter-

St. Paul’s will be housing homeless families for two weeks beginning February 20,
which provides us many opportunities to help our guests have a good experience while
they transition into permanent housing. Guests are selected by a social service
agency, and they receive on-going counseling and coaching in budgeting and parenting
while they are in the program. We may host families with children, as well as couples
and single adults. If you can help us provide potluck meals, assist with transportation,
act as a night chaperone, or co-coordinate field trips, movie night or laundry night-to

UPCOMING SUNDAY 9 AM FORUMS…

January 30:
How Do We Deal With Unanticipated Change In Our Lives?

The world continues to change at a face pace. Change takes place in our everyday
lives as well. Facilitating the forum will be The Rev. Jim Ewing and The Rev. Canon
Richard Lief along with Pastoral Counselor Brooke McGillis of the Cathedral Center
for Pastoral Counseling Center. They will lead us in exploring this question through
the lenses of the common changes in the areas of marriage, work-related issues,
finances, relationships, and the process of aging. Discussion will take place in
small groups as well as in the larger group. Dr. Ewing is a Diplomate in the American
Associate of Pastoral Counselors; Brooke McGillis is a graduate student at the University
of San Diego; and The Rev. Canon Richard Lief serves as liaison between the Cathedral
Pastoral Counseling Center and the Cathedral itself.

February 6 and 13:

Holy Communication in the Age of Facebook, Twitter, and Texting…

with Dean Scott Richardson and Canon Chris Harris

Technological advances in communication have allowed people to share, reconnect,
and pass information on in increasingly fast and efficient ways. It has also at
times resulted in broken relationships, miscommunications, or, worse, as evidenced
in cyber-bullying. In this two part forum series, Dean Richardson and Canon Harris
look at the nature of holy communication, and how these technologies can be used
to further Gospel values or move against them.

read about our new Chapter members. The 2011 Annual Report of our Ministry Participants
also available.

CHILD CARE DURING FORUMS is provided in the Godly Play room (3rd floor). As busy
parents, this is a great way to get some reflection time for yourself. Info: Christine
D’Amico 619.298.7261 x 335 (or leave message at ext. 324).

LUNCHTIME ORGAN CONERTS
in a free short organ concert every Tuesday at 12:30 PM. Gather in the courtyard
for coffee, tea, and light refreshments and enjoy the informal concert on our landmark
4-manual Æolian-Skinner organ. These concerts are regularly-scheduled events every
Tuesday.

ARTIST SUPPORT GROUP – The Cathedral Arts Committee is exploring the idea of forming
an artists support group which would gather monthly to share ideas and assist artists
in career skills. The group would feature mutual sharing of practical knowledge
and guest speakers who have successful careers in the arts. If you are interested
on January 30. For more info contact Mark and Donna Turner 760-445-9470, [email protected]

Report Sexual Misconduct: As part of our ongoing commitment to creating a safe
haven for everyone, please be reminded that our diocese values the tenet of our
baptismal covenant to “respect the dignity of every human being.” Part of the way
we live into that is to train people in the prevention of sexual misconduct. Another
part that goes hand-in-hand with training is reporting incidences of sexual misconduct.
Our bishop, the Rt. Rev. James R. Mathes, takes reports seriously and investigates
them thoroughly and confidentially. If you believe you have experienced sexual misconduct
619-481-5450.
Mark your calendar for these upcoming events

WOMEN TOGETHER AT ST. PAUL’S

Thursday, Feb. 3, 6 PM-7:30 PM in the Guild Room.

“Love One Another: Really?” Pat Lindquist, Ph.D., will discuss the various human
strategies we use to avoid stranger anxiety; and turn it into a constructive way
of welcoming those we don’t yet know. Invite a friend! Optional dinner is $10. RSVP:
619-298-7261×324. Deadline for all reservations (with or without dinner) is Jan.
31.

Visit Dorcas House in Tijuana

Saturday, February 5
We’ll make a Valentine’s craft and play with and generally dote on the children.
We’ll meet at the parking lot (Olive & Sixth Ave) at 11:30 AM, carpool to the border
lot, grab lunch, and take a group taxi to the shelter home where we stay for about
2 hours. We return to San Diego by 6:00 PM. It will be a fun day you will never
forget. Bring about $20 per person (or $40 per family) to cover transportation and
insurance (no one is turned away for lack of funds). Expect to spend another $5
-10 per person on lunch, etc. If you plan to attend, contact Suzanne Warren by
(preference) or at home 619-437-8700. dorcashousefriends.org
A valid passport is required.

for details.

The Movie Comes to St. Paul’s!

Friday, February 11, at 6:30 pm.
Bullied chronicles the powerful story of a student who, with a federal lawsuit,
stood up to his anti-gay tormentors. The suit led to a landmark decision that held
A panel discussion and a call to action will follow. This is a bilingual event.
For more information contact The Rev. Canon Mary Moreno-Richardson [email protected]

Sponsored by…

THE LITTLE PRINCE
Three nights: February 16, 17, and 18 at 7:30 pm
This dramatization of the novella by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry will be presented
by The Cathedral Center for the Performing and Visual Arts here at St. Paul’s. Following
is a reception in the Great Hall with French desserts, coffee and champagne. This
well-loved story uses the narration of a pilot recalling his encounter with a magical
and John Scoullar, it is produced by special arrangement with The Dramatic Publishing
Company of Woodstock, Illinois. Suggested donation for the evening is $20; proceeds
go to the Dorcas House ministry. Tickets are available after Sunday morning services,

Free Income Tax Preparation returns to St. Paul’s!
St. Paul’s Cathedral is pleased to announce free income tax preparation for individuals
and families thanks to generous Cathedral volunteers through the IRS’s Volunteer
Income Tax Assistance Program (VITA). (Self-employed and capital gains are not
eligible.)
This service is available February 5, 6, 12, 13, and March 5, 6 and April 2, 3 from
10:00 am to 5:00 pm on Saturdays, 1 pm to 5 pm Sundays. By appointment only. To
schedule an appointment, contact the church office at (619) 298-7261. A volunteer
The volunteers can handle tax matters relevant to education expenses, student loan
interest deductions, tuition and fees deductions, Schedule A expenses, credits for
child and dependent care expenses, education credits, retirement savings contribution
credits, child tax credits, making work pay and government retiree credits, earned
income credits, and additional child tax credits.

 
Sunday Education News & Announcements Upcoming Events
  

                                                                
Cathedral Day… this Sunday    
The Conversion of St. Paul the Apostle 

Wednesdays, Jan 26 to Apr 13, 20116:00 pm to 8:00 in the Guild Room.
the history of the Episcopal Churchwhat is Anglican Spirituality?where did the Creeds come from?who wrote the Bible? and much more! Register TODAY – Class starts January 26 
January 26 Introduction to the Class and A Very Brief History of The Episcopal Church with The Rev. Canon Allisyn ThomasFebruary 2 Introduction to Holy Scripture with The Very Rev. Scott RichardsonFebruary 9 Faith, Hope and Love: Foundations for Christian Living with The Very Rev. Scott RichardsonFebruary 16 Introduction to The Book of Common Prayer with The Rev. Canon Anne ChishamFebruary 20 Why Do They Do That? (Sunday Forum) with Canon Brooks Mason, Mr. Don Mitchell, and The Rev. Canon Allisyn ThomasFebruary 23 Introduction to Music in the Anglican Worship with Canon Martin GreenMarch 2  Stewardship of the Faith with Canon Chris HarrisMarch 9 Ash Wednesday (services in the Cathedral)March 16 Introduction to the Anglican Communion with The Rev. Canon Joan FordMarch 23 Anglican Spirituality with The Rev. Canon Allisyn ThomasMarch 30 Instructed Eucharist with Canon Brooks Mason, Cathedral Vergers, and The Rev. Canon Allisyn Thomas  April 6 The Role of the Bishop: An Evening with Bishop MathesApril 13 Rehearsal for the Easter Vigil Service & Reflections on where we go from here with The Rev. Canon Allisyn Thomas  

   
9 AM FORUM…  
  VIDEO!  Have you missed a class or past forum? You can view them online at www.stpaulcathedral.org/9am-forum.    
EXPLORING TODAY’S READINGS – Join The Rev. Canon Jack Lindquist’s study of the day’s readings and Gospel in the Fireside Room at 9 am.
News & Announcements  
Our blog is a chance to slow down and reflect on how God is working in our lives.  Sometimes serious, sometimes humorous, but always interesting. Submit your own blog anytime to [email protected]   
YOU CAN NOW HEAR THE SERVICE IN THE COURTYARD. Via the new speakers installed in the Fifth Avenue courtyard, you can hear the service while seated in the outdoor chairs.
January 30: How Do We Deal With Unanticipated Change In Our Lives?  
The world continues to change at a face pace. Change takes place in our everyday lives as well. Facilitating the forum will be The Rev. Jim Ewing and The Rev. Canon Richard Lief along with Pastoral Counselor Brooke McGillis of the Cathedral Center for Pastoral Counseling Center. They will lead us in exploring this question through the lenses of the common changes in the areas of marriage, work-related issues, finances, relationships, and the process of aging. Discussion will take place in small groups as well as in the larger group. Dr. Ewing is a Diplomate in the American Associate of Pastoral Counselors; Brooke McGillis is a graduate student at the University of San Diego; and The Rev. Canon Richard Lief serves as liaison between the Cathedral Pastoral Counseling Center and the Cathedral itself.
 February 6 and 13: 
with Dean Scott Richardson and Canon Chris Harris 
Technological advances in communication have allowed people to share, reconnect, and pass information on in increasingly fast and efficient ways. It has also at times resulted in broken relationships, miscommunications, or, worse, as evidenced in cyber-bullying. In this two part forum series, Dean Richardson and Canon Harris look at the nature of holy communication, and how these technologies can be used to further Gospel values or move against them.  
CHILD CARE DURING FORUMS is provided in the Godly Play room (3rd floor). As busy parents, this is a great way to get some reflection time for yourself. Info: Christine D’Amico 619.298.7261 x 335 (or leave message at ext. 324).
LUNCHTIME ORGAN CONERTS Come hear our highly versatile organ in a free short organ concert every Tuesday at 12:30 PM. Gather in the courtyard for coffee, tea, and light refreshments and enjoy the informal concert on our landmark 4-manual Æolian-Skinner organ. These concerts are regularly-scheduled events every Tuesday.  
Report Sexual Misconduct:  As part of our ongoing commitment to creating a safe haven for everyone, please be reminded that our diocese values the tenet of our baptismal covenant to “respect the dignity of every human being.” Part of the way we live into that is to train people in the prevention of sexual misconduct. Another part that goes hand-in-hand with training is reporting incidences of sexual misconduct. Our bishop, the Rt. Rev. James R. Mathes, takes reports seriously and investigates them thoroughly and confidentially. If you believe you have experienced sexual misconduct of any kind, please contact Bishop Mathes immediately: [email protected], 619-481-5450.
 Upcoming EventsMark your calendar for these upcoming events  
“Love One Another: Really?” Pat Lindquist, Ph.D., will discuss the various human strategies we use to avoid stranger anxiety; and turn it into a constructive way of welcoming those we don’t yet know. Invite a friend! Optional dinner is $10. RSVP: [email protected] or call Judy MacDonald, 619-298-7261×324. Deadline for all reservations (with or without dinner) is Jan. 31.  
Saturday, February 5 We’ll make a Valentine’s craft and play with and generally dote on the children. We’ll meet at the parking lot (Olive & Sixth Ave) at 11:30 AM, carpool to the border lot, grab lunch, and take a group taxi to the shelter home where we stay for about 2 hours. We return to San Diego by 6:00 PM. It will be a fun day you will never forget. Bring about $20 per person (or $40 per family) to cover transportation and insurance (no one is turned away for lack of funds). Expect to spend another $5 -10 per person on lunch, etc.  If you plan to attend, contact Suzanne Warren by Thurs, Feb 4, at [email protected]  (preference) or at home 619-437-8700. dorcashousefriends.org      A valid passport is required. 
Diocesan Convention is Feb 11/12; visit edsd.org for details.  
The Movie Comes to St. Paul’s!
Sponsored by… 

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