PPEAT Meeting Minutes: June 14, 2022

June 14, 2022
Cathedral Church of St. Luke

Public Policy and Environmental Action Team Minutes June 14, 2022 6-7 PM Via Zoom  Facilitator: Sarah Braik Minutes: Sarah Braik Present: Dick Farnsworth, John Hennessy, Mary Linneman, Sarah Braik, Ralph Cordes, Meredith Tipton, Barbara Ryland, […]

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Trinity Sunday: A Metaphor for Understanding

June 9, 2022
Cathedral Church of St. Luke

by Dean Ben Shambaugh This coming Sunday is Trinity Sunday. With the Ascension of Jesus and coming of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost, the Godhead is complete and we are about to enter the long […]

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Special Thanks to Interim Music Director Harold Stover!

May 15, 2022
Harold Stover

We offer our deepest gratitude to Harold Stover for sharing his gifts as Music Director following Albert’s retirement. We look forward to welcoming Ray Cornils, who will take on the interim role in the coming […]

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PPEAT Meeting Minutes: May 10, 2022

May 10, 2022
Cathedral Church of St. Luke

Public Policy and Environmental Action Team Minutes May 10, 2022 6-7 PM Facilitator: Sarah Braik  Minutes: Sarah Braik Present: Sarah Braik, Sam Allen, Barbara Ryland, John Hennessy, Liz Parsons, Mary Linneman, Ruth Roemer The Cathedral […]

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Meet Avery Schott, St. Luke’s New Parish Administrator

May 5, 2022
Avery Schott

We are pleased to announce that Avery Schott will be the next Parish Administrator for the Cathedral Church of St. Luke.  An enthusiastic and experienced young professional with degrees in Music and Peace and Conflict […]

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Family Promise Seeks Two Toddler Car Seats

May 1, 2022
Greater Portland Family Promise

Family Promise is looking for two toddler car seats with backs in good condition for our St. Luke’s “adopted” graduate family.  We would like to take the family on an outing now that the weather is […]

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The Meaning of Flowers on Mother’s Day

May 1, 2022
Flower Guild Yellow Flowers

Anna Jarvis House established Mother’s Day in honor of her mother Ann Reeves Jarvis, a social activist and founder of Mothers’ Day Work Clubs. She heard her mother pray at the close of her Sunday […]

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Spring Labyrinth & Landscaping Project

April 29, 2022
St. Luke's Labyrinth Construction

The labyrinth installation and planting of the rain gardens in the front churchyard will occur in May. Rain gardens help improve the quality of stormwater runoff by capturing, infiltrating, cleaning, and slowing down the flow […]

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Holding off on the Common Cup until Mother’s Day

April 29, 2022

With Cumberland County at a COVID level of “green,” we have moved to have masks as optional. We had planned to return to using a chalice/common cup during our communion services on May 1. Still, […]

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Help Ukraine through Episcopal Relief and Development

April 29, 2022

Help Ukraine through Episcopal Relief and Development Episcopal Relief & Development supports Action by Churches Together (ACT Alliance) as it provides critical assistance to help people affected by violence in Ukraine. Working through ACT member […]

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