Perspectives on the Earth and Creation from Various Faith Traditions

September 21, 2022

By Barbara Ryland, St. Luke’s Parishioner and member of the Public Policy and Environmental Action Team (PPEAT) For thousands of years, creation care and love for the Earth have been integral to many religions. Not only have the earliest traditions expressed reverence for creation, but also the Abrahamic faiths (Judaism, Islam, and Christianity) as well […]

Sermon of the Day: September 18th, Proper 20C: Jeremiah 8:18-9:1; 1 Timothy 2:1-7; Luke 16:1-13

September 21, 2022

As part of our new “Sermon of the Day Blog” parishioners now have the ability to read and engage with reflections offered from the previous week’s service. To read Dean Shambaugh’s sermon from September 18th, please select here.  

Climate Disasters, Human Impacts

September 15, 2022

Fifteen inches of rain in 24 hours. Millions experiencing famine on the Horn of Africa as a result of a severe, prolonged and persistent drought.  Wheat as a diplomatic tool between Russia, Ukraine and the U.S. and all of their allies. Devastating floods leaving one-third of Pakistan under water. Hundreds of homes destroyed by wildfires […]

Sermon of the Day: “A New Creation”, September 11th, 2022; Proper 19C Luke 15:1-10

September 15, 2022

As part of our new “Sermon of the Day Blog” parishioners now have the ability to read and engage with reflections offered from the previous week’s service. To read Dean Shambaugh’s sermon from September 11th, please select here.

Living Stones Capital Campaign, Final Report Fall 2022

September 15, 2022

September 2022 The Cathedral Church of St. Luke LIVING STONES Capital Campaign Final Report Fall 2022 The Cathedral’s LIVING STONES Capital Campaign officially wrapped up on December 31st ., 2020, after an amazing five-plus years. We are so grateful to everyone who made very generous donations to the Campaign, as well as to those who […]

The Passing of Queen Elizabeth II

September 8, 2022

Statement by the Archbishop of Canterbury on the Death of Her Majesty The Queen “It is with profound sadness that I join the nation, the Commonwealth and the world in mourning the death of Her Late Majesty The Queen. My prayers are with The King and the Royal Family. May God draw near them and […]

Sacred Ground Circle

September 8, 2022

Please join us for a Sacred Ground circle. Sacred Ground is a film and reading based dialog, grounded in faith. Small groups are invited to walk through chapters of America’s history of race and racism, while weaving in threads of family story, economic class, political and regional identity.  We will start our group on Saturday, […]

Sermon of the Day: August 28th, 2022

August 31, 2022

As part of our new “Sermon of the Day Blog” parishioners now have the ability to read and engage with reflections offered from the previous week’s service. To read Dean Shambaugh’s sermon from August 28th, 2022 please select here.

Musical Factoid – William Matthias, CBE (1934 – 1992)

August 31, 2022

A name that is seen virtually every week in the Bulletin is William Matthias – composer of the Gloria (S-278) and the Sanctus (S-128). So who was William James Matthias, CBE (Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire)? Mathias was born on 1 November 1934 in Whitland, Carmarthenshire.  A child prodigy, he […]

A New Musical Era at the Cathedral: Christian Clough begins as Canon for Liturgy and Music

August 30, 2022

On Monday of this week Christian Clough began as the cathedral’s new Canon for Liturgy and Music. We hope as many of you as can will be at the 10 am service this coming Sunday, September 4th, for Christian’s first Sunday with us and will stay for a festive coffee hour the choir is hosting. […]

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