FROM THE FLORAL COMMITTEE: The Floral Committee of the Altar Guild expresses thanks and appreciation to all those who have donated, given of their time and talents to the floral decorations of the church for memorials, special occasions and Feast Days. The Christmas decorations will be coordinated by the Altar Guild Flower Committee. Members who would like to contribute to the decorations for Christmas may do so through the Parish Office or any member of the Floral Committee.
THE HOSPITALITY MINISTRY invites any interested people to serve as ushers. Meetings are held the second Monday of each month in the Parish Hall. Interested persons are asked to contact Parish Office at: 322-4186.
The Hospitality Ministry will hold its monthly meeting today, at 11:00 a.m., in the Chapter Room.
The SOCIAL OUTREACH COMMITTEE NEEDS YOUR HELP: The Social Outreach Committee is in need of non-perishable food items. Persons wishing to donate are asked to contact any Member of the Committee.
Registration for Instructions for Confirmation has now begun. Parents with children in Grade 7 and up, who are interested in having them confirmed may collect an application form from the Parish Office. Forms may also be obtained from members of the Hospitality Ministry. Adults interested in being confirmed are asked to contact Fr. Humes.
Confirmation Class continues Wednesday, December 13th from 4:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Confirmation Class for Adults will begin on the same day at 6:30 pm.
Parents are reminded that Cubs and Scouts meet every Wednesday from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. in the Parish Hall, under the leadership of Timothy Cartwright, Lamar Pinder, Andrew Moncur and George Cartwright. The Cubs and Scouts are open to all males between the ages of 6 to 18.
Couples who are interested in having their wedding anniversaries listed in the Bulletin are asked to submit their names and anniversary dates to the Parish Office or email the Parish Administrator, Mrs. Tanya Hunt-Major, at firstname.lastname@example.org. They may also call the Cathedral at 322-4186 or fax information, using the number 356-5488
Take time to strengthen your spiritual life by following our daily scriptural readings. Click the link below.
On Sunday, December 10th at 5:00 p.m. Christ Church Cathedral Sunday School will present: “Angel Alert! The Night That Heaven Came Down”. Angels are messengers of God. God used angels to deliver the message of Christ’s birth to Mary, Joseph and the wise men. The hosts of heavenly angels, led by the Archangel Gabriel, were sent to announce Christ’s birth to the shepherds on that glorious night many years ago. In “Angel Alert! The Night That Heaven Came Down”, the angels anxiously await the Father’s command to go and deliver the ‘good news’ of Christ’s birth. The students and teachers invite all members to join them on December 10th, in The Parish Hall to find out what goes on while the angels are waiting; You will not be disappointed!
Here are a few general announcements related to the Cathedral:
Please read the article from the desk of the clergy of our Parish. It is an article from Steve Goodier. It is entitled "A-B-C Method of Managing Attitudes." Click the link below.
We have a monthly broadcast of our 9:00 a.m. service on the local station, STAR 106.5 FM. Our services will be broadcast on the fourth Sunday of each month. People or cell groups, looking to sponsor the broadcast ($450.00 per month) are asked to speak to Mrs. Tanya Hunt-Major, Parish Administrator. Parishioners are urged to tune in and advise family, friends and members of our sick or shut-in community to do the same.
The bulletin for Sunday, December 10th, 2017 is sponsored by the Management and Staff of Lickety Split Ltd. in celebration of their 30th Anniversary.
Condolences are extended to Mr. Cecil Hilton and family on the death of his brother-in-law, Mr. Francis Peter Noronha. Condolences are also extended to Mr. Henry Sawyer on the death of his sister, Ms. Eva Lorraine Sawyer.
Team Endurance is asking members to assist them in collecting cans in aid of a fundraiser named "Cans for Endurance". They are asking parishioners to please bring empty, aluminum soda or juice cans and place them in the containers marked “Cans For Endurance” found at the parish hall and courtyard. Last year, the drive was very successful and it has been decided to make it ongoing. Your assistance in this effort will be greatly appreciated.