Opportunity for ministry available as part of the Bishop’s diocesan staff

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The Diocese of Michigan seeks a Ministry Developer to work as part of the bishop’s staff. The Ministry Developer will provide oversight, supervision, guidance, and support of each Total Ministry (TM) congregation and Ministry Support Team regarding: the TM ordination/commissioning …

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Cathedral first of four churches to host spring Confirmations

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This is the 2016 confirmation schedule, which begins March 26 and runs through May 14.  Please note, congregations are welcome to participate in the service of their choice. Saturday, March 26, 2016 Holy Saturday Easter Vigil 8:00 p.m. Cathedral Church …

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Let us know by Feb. 12 if you’d like to make Ministry Fair presentation

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We are making plans for our 2016 Ministry Fair, which will take place from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, May 7 at The Cathedral Church of St. Paul/Diocesan Center, Detroit. The theme is “Waters of Reconciliation: Race Relations and Diversity,” …

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No tickets remain for Absalom Jones celebration at Cathedral Feb. 20

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The full allotment of tickets for the Feb. 20 Absalom Jones celebration at the Cathedral Church of St. Paul, Detroit has been distributed. Although no more seating remains, you can still add your name to a waiting list should additional …

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How you can contribute to aid water emergencies in Flint, Detroit

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The Flint water crisis is drawing national attention, as residents are dealing with the effects of having contaminated water being drawn in from the Flint River. Locally, with stepped-up efforts to shut off water to Detroit residents because of payment issues, …

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In light of Primates’ action, we must maintain our mission

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Dear Sisters and Brothers in Christ: In our age of nearly immediate communication, the news of the Primates meeting/decisions is spreading quite rapidly. As usual, not all reports are accurate. Our Presiding Bishop and Primate, Michael Curry, has already posted …

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