The Dean is looking for billets for Trinity College Choir Members who are visiting us at the Cathedral 21st-22nd April. There are possibly 27 students.  If you are able to help, please let Dean Susanna know.

During Lent we will be holding daily 'Breathing Space' for prayer and reflection, Monday to Thursday at 5.30pm - 6pm in the Lady Chapel.  Concluding on Thursday 22nd March.

Nikolai's Lenten study will be on Desert Spirituality , 7.30pm-9pm Tuesday evenings - still space

Susanna will be leading a Lenten Studay 3pm - 4.30pm Wednesdays in Lent from 21 February to 28 March using the ABM Lent study 2018 written by Dr Julie and Stewart. - still space

'Hear the stories, stories indeed reflect our common humanity and bind us to one another in a common destiny, apparently even beyond time and space". William Bausch

The study focuses on the United Nations sustainable development goals (SDG) and the words from the prophet Isaiah:

Is not this the fast that I choose: to lose the bonds of injustice, to undo the thongs of the yoke, to let the oppressed go free, and to break every yoke?  Is it not to share your bread with the hungry, and bring the homeless pour into your house; when you see the naked, to cover them, and not to hide yourself from your own kin?  Isaiah 58:6-9

Saturday 24th March

Rehearsal for all those doing Easter Readings 4pm

Including the Youth Group Palm Sunday Drama 5pm-7pm

Palm Sunday

8am Eucharist in Cathedral

10am Procession of the palms starting in Victoria Park with the Salvation Army

Including The Passion drama by St Paul's Youth Group

5pm - 6pm Contemplative Worship Service - Lady Chapel

Sunday 25th March

Lady Day Service

11am Monday 26th March

with afternoon speaker Cathrine Muston (Community Development Officer Anglicare)

BYO Lunch  Support the AMUA Book Stall

Diocesan Service of Blessing of the Oils and Renewal of Ordination Vows

Tuesday 27th March, 11am

10am Eucharist

7.30pm Ecumenical Tenebrae Service at St Columba's Uniting Church

Wednesday 28th March

Maundy Thursday

Eucharist with foot washing and stripping the altar

Maundy Thursday 28th March, 7.30pm

Good Friday

9am Story of the Passion

10.30am Ecumenical Walk of the Cross

Commencing at St Mary's Cathedral, ending at St Paul's

Friday 30th March

Easter Eve

Lighting of the New Fire and Renewal of Baptismal Vows

Saturday 31st March, 8.00pm

Easter Day

8am Eucharist in Cathedral

10am Eucharist in Cathedral

10.30am Eucharist at St Anne's Golden Beach

11am Eucharist at St Alban's Kilmany

2.30pm Eucharist at St Mark's Loch Sport

Sunday 1st April

There will be a Sides people's meting for those who welcome and collect the offertory in church and a Readers Meeting for those who read or are interested in reading in church  - in April.

 Picnic at the Port

Bring some food to share. An opportunity to relax, mix and mingle.  Some may like to join us for a cruise down the canal on the Rubeena, either at 10am or at 2pm - book directly with them on 0400 933 122. Let us know if you plan to join us.

Sunday 8th April, 12-2pm

 Lay Readers Meeting 

Sunday 8th April, 5pm

 Meeting of Readers in the church

Sunday 15th April, 11.30am

 Trinity Choir

Sunday 22nd April, 10am

 A nourishing feast of Creativity and Fun!

28-29 April

With Rod Pattenden and Trish Watts

At St Paul's Cathedral, 149 Cunninghame St, Sale

2pm - 5pm Saturday 28 April

"Play with the 5 Freedom Paths - storytelling, movement, singing, silence and connection"

Cost $25

Sunday Services:

'Sparks of Life': ...sustaining creative lives

7.30pm - 9pm Sunday 29 April

'Sanctuary': Where heaven touches earth - uplifting & peaceful songs for inspiration, meditation & community joy.

Entry by donation

 Pentecost Fundraising Lunch

with chef Canon Jeff Richardson

Saturday 19th May, 12-2pm

Trivia Night

 Friday 25th May, 7.30-9.30pm

  Affinity Collective

Sunday 3rd June, 2.30pm

Hats and Hobbies

Local enthusiast Mavis Jennings, well known for her promotion of creative hobbies and the importance of good design, has been asked by St Paul's Cathedral to conduct occasional lessons for small groups in her Cunninghame street home. Called, 'Hats and hobbies', there would be no charge for tuition and a small amount for materials with homework set as follow up. Friends coming as a small group could be fun! With Summer Holidays coming, Mavis is looking for preloved hats to be used for makeovers and to foster creative ideas. It is surprising what can be done by beginners with even a discarded sports hat! St Paul's will send further details in the new year for those indicating interest.

Contact the Office or Dean Susanna with expressions of interest.

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We acknowledge the Gunaikurnai people as the original custodians of this region.
The Cathedral and the other churches of the parish stand on the lands of the Gunaikurnai people.