Dear Members and Friends of the Congregation of Saint Saviour,
As we travel through this Easter season and things begin to wind down for the summer, it seems that events at the Cathedral are ever going. I hope to see you at some of these opportunities to meet the New Dean, celebrate with neighboring churches, and learn how to help and serve the needs of the community and the world.
Below are a whole host of opportunities to do that. If you have any questions or need more information, please do not hesitate to ask.
Sunday, May 21st at 10 AM - Potluck for the New Dean
This Sunday at 10 AM, between the two services, we will be hosting a potluck for the new dean. All are welcome. Please bring something to share with all. We will be in Donnegan Hall, which is air conditioned and in Diocesan House, just across the Close from the Cathedral. Click here for a map of the property. For questions, contact Mother Jett.
Friday, June 2nd at 6:30 PM - MNIPC Annual Celebration
The Manhattan North Inter-Parish Council Annual Celebration Event will be on Friday June 2nd at St. Phillip's Church, 204 West 134th Street, New York, NY. Eucharist will be at 6:30 followed by dinner and dancing. The cost is a $40 donation for adults, and $20 for children. The event will honor the Reverend Patrick Williams and will benefit the MNIPC Summer Educational Project. The flier for the event can be found here.
Saturday, June 3 at 10 AM - The Church & Mental Illness
Join us in Cathedral House for a workshop hosted by the Cathedral on the topic of Mental Health/Mental Illness -how to recognize, care for, and advocate for those living with a mental illness. The presenter is the Rev. Deacon Kent J. Curtis, LCSW. For more information about this as well as other opportunities for faith and formation contact: email@example.com or 212.316.7456.
Sunday, June 11th - Strawberry Festival & Trip to St. Hilda's
This year, following the Strawberry Festival, the Congregation's Ecology forum will be hosting a trip to St. Hilda's House at 1:30 PM. St. Hilda's House is the nearby "green" home of the Community of the Holy Spirit which includes rooftop gardens, solar panels, composting and as many salvaged or renewable building materials as possible. For more information contact Michael Nixon. A New York Times article about their House can be found here.