Labyrinth Walking + Meditation
Jun
13
12:00 PM12:00

Labyrinth Walking + Meditation

The Labyrinth is an ancient method for meditation and contemplation. Unlike a maze which has multiple dead ends and a different entrance and exit, a labyrinth has the same way in and out. Many people walk the labyrinth to contemplate on a problem or just to take a moment of peace. Join Ministry of the Steps from 12-5pm every Thursday to walk the labyrinth, meditate on a labyrinth image, or to learn how to draw a labyrinth!

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Climate Crew (Communities Responding to Extreme Weather)
Jun
18
10:00 AM10:00

Climate Crew (Communities Responding to Extreme Weather)

Drop by the Cathedral steps from 10am-12pm to talk to Climate CREW (Communites Responding to Extreme Weather).

From Program Manager Vernon Walker:

CREW is a network of local leaders building grassroots climate resilience through inclusive & hands-on education, service, and planning.

Together, we are working to equip families & communities with the resources and capacity to prepare for and respond to local climate changes equitably, sustainably, & collaboratively.

Website: 

https://www.climatecrew.org/

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Labyrinth Walking + Meditation
Jun
20
12:00 PM12:00

Labyrinth Walking + Meditation

The Labyrinth is an ancient method for meditation and contemplation. Unlike a maze which has multiple dead ends and a different entrance and exit, a labyrinth has the same way in and out. Many people walk the labyrinth to contemplate on a problem or just to take a moment of peace. Join Ministry of the Steps from 12-5pm every Thursday to walk the labyrinth, meditate on a labyrinth image, or to learn how to draw a labyrinth!

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Introduction to Evensong
Jun
26
4:00 PM16:00

Introduction to Evensong

Join Cathedral Music Director Louise Mundinger to learn how to sing Evensong, one of the four devotions of the EC’s Daily Office.

The Daily Office is comprised of morning, noon, evening, and nighttime prayers, which are a great way to re-center and reconnect with God during a busy or stressful day. The prayers can be spoken, sung, or chanted.

Louise will be leading an “Introduction to Evensong” to break down the parts of sung Evensong step by step. No singing experience required! The rehearsal is 4-5pm, and it will be sung 5-5:30pm.

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Clarinetist Milos Bjelica
Jun
27
10:00 AM10:00

Clarinetist Milos Bjelica

From Milos’ website:

“A native of Serbia, Milos Bjelica is a Boston based clarinetist and educator, passionate about drawing audiences deeper into the art of music. His work as a soloist, chamber musician, and the orchestral player has taken him to many cities across Europe and the United States. He has performed in venues such as Berlin Philharmonic Hall, Kolarac Hall in Belgrade, Music Academy in Katowice, Selmer Show Room and Pompidou Square in Paris, and Pickman Hall in Boston. Dedicated to making classical, jazz, world and Serbian music available to wider audiences, Milos also steps out of the concert halls and plays in unconventional venues such as public parks, metro stations, and large city squares across the USA and Europe.”

Come hear teacher and performer Milos Bjelica preform on the Cathedral steps from 10am - 12pm on June 27th!

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Labyrinth Walking + Meditation
Jun
27
12:00 PM12:00

Labyrinth Walking + Meditation

The Labyrinth is an ancient method for meditation and contemplation. Unlike a maze which has multiple dead ends and a different entrance and exit, a labyrinth has the same way in and out. Many people walk the labyrinth to contemplate on a problem or just to take a moment of peace. Join Ministry of the Steps from 12-5pm every Thursday to walk the labyrinth, meditate on a labyrinth image, or to learn how to draw a labyrinth!

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Introduction to Evensong
Jun
12
4:00 PM16:00

Introduction to Evensong

Join Cathedral Music Director Louise Mundinger to learn how to sing Evensong, one of the four devotions of the EC’s Daily Office.

The Daily Office is comprised of morning, noon, evening, and nighttime prayers, which are a great way to re-center and reconnect with God during a busy or stressful day. The prayers can be spoken, sung, or chanted.

Louise will be leading an “Introduction to Evensong” to break down the parts of sung Evensong step by step. No singing experience required! The rehearsal is 4-5pm, and it will be sung 5-6pm.

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Choral Evensong for Pentecost
Jun
9
5:00 PM17:00

Choral Evensong for Pentecost

Join us for a Choral Evensong for Pentecost. All are welcome!

MagnificatBoston, a choir of singers from around the Diocese, will lead a Choral Evensong for Pentecost at the Cathedral Church of St. Paul on June 9th at 5 p.m. with canticles and anthems by Stanford, Stainer, Titcomb and Buxtehude.

Dr. Fredrica Harris Thompsett, teacher, historian, and author of many books including Looking Forward, Looking Backward: Forty Years of Women’s Ordination, will be the preacher. A reception follows with the viewing of a cut from a documentary in production about the Philadelphia 11. The filmmakers will be on hand to share more about the project.

This is a traditional Evening service that is meant to offer refreshment at the end of the day. Come join us for the music and then stay a bit for a reception. The service itself is short, but full to bursting with music.

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Labyrinth Walking + Meditation
Jun
6
12:00 PM12:00

Labyrinth Walking + Meditation

The Labyrinth is an ancient method for meditation and contemplation. Unlike a maze which has multiple dead ends and a different entrance and exit, a labyrinth has the same way in and out. Many people walk the labyrinth to contemplate on a problem or just to take a moment of peace. Join Ministry of the Steps from 12-5pm every Thursday to walk the labyrinth, meditate on a labyrinth image, or to learn how to draw a labyrinth!

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