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I’m told I can’t sing



I’m told I can’t sing

For many of us one of the significant losses during necessary safety restrictions during the current pandemic is singing. At the Cathedral, we’re fortunate that we’ve been able to strike a safe balance so as to have music continue to be a part of worship even though we’ve not been singing as congregations since last […]

Shifting the place of formation



Shifting the place of formation

Do Mainline Protestants Need to Be More “Home-Made”? – Congregational Consulting Group I love being a Protestant minister. I believe in the “priesthood of all believers” and I’m deeply committed to my own Presbyterian denomination’s way of doing things “decently and in order.” But now, in the midst of this pandemic, I am increasingly concerned […]

Why not connect with virtual Taizé?



Why not connect with virtual Taizé?

The article below, originally written in April 2020, gives a sneak peek into an online Taizé service.Virtual worship continues into 2021. Consult the Cathedral calendar for times. Psalm 130:5 is comforting to read, but, in these strange times of self-isolation during a public health emergency, it’s reassuring to see and hear someone familiar saying it […]