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Lent 2020


Class now held via Zoom. Click here for info.

Wednesdays, March 4–April 1

6 p.m.: dinner; 6:30–7:45 p.m.: class; 7:45 p.m.: compline

Have you ever wondered about the last book of the New Testament, why it’s there and what it means? Where did we get the word Apocalypse and who are the Four Horsemen? Why not come to the Cathedral on Wednesdays during Lent and find out! Join Dean Andy as he leads a Bible study on the Book of Revelation. You’ll learn about Apocalyptic literature and what all the crazy creatures mean as we go through the book together. Activities for children and nursery care will be available.


Donations Requested: Week of March 15—Canned meat (chicken or tuna) and shampoos (12-14 oz. sizes for men & women).


Donations Requested: Week of March 22—Boxed potatoes/pasta dinners and stick deodorant (3-4 oz. sizes for men & women).


Donations Requested: Week of March 29—Canned ravioli or vegetables/fruit and disposable razors.


Plans are being made to distribute palms so crosses can be made at home. Watch for more info.

Palm Cross Workshop
March 29 • 9 & 11:30 a.m.

Help make crosses out of palm leaves for Palm Sunday. Please bring your scissors. Someone will help you, if needed. Extra palms are available to make crosses at home and return by Palm Sunday. Crosses are also given to St. Luke’s Hospital and Hospice, and Bishop Spencer Place. Contact Janet Sweeting, jsweeting@kccathedral.org, with questions.


Donations Requested: Week of April 5—Cake and cookie mixes and body wash.


Donations Requested: Week of April 12—Breakfast items (cereals, granola bars, poptarts, oatmeal) and lip balm.

Donations may be dropped off Saturdays (March 28–April 11) at St. Mary’s (1307 Holmes, Kansas City, MO 64106). There will be a basket by the office door (or instructions on where to leave items). Items may be left without physical contact and will be brought inside after the donors leave. If you are unable to donate products, please consider giving online.


Youth Formation

Here is how youth formation will be handled while the need for social distancing exists.

  • Every Morning Check-Ins – 
    • Recaps of what we’re up to, sharing of online prayer resources, daily prayer offering
    • Every morning at 7:30 a.m.; @ghtcyouth on Instagram
    • Instagram Live, then posted on Stories
    • Geared towards 6th-12th graders and their parents, but all are welcome
  • Compline with the @wemoyouth community
    • Tuesdays and Thursdays at 8 p.m. via Zoom
    • Join link posted on all WEMO Youth social media
    • For youth in grades 6-12 and youth leaders
  • Weekly Youth Group 
    • Every Wednesday from 7:15-8:15 p.m. (or as long as the youth need!)
    • Weekly youth group meetings inlclude checking in with each other, sharing ways to stay connected, formational program and Compline
    • For youth in grades 6-12
    • Access gatherings via Zoom (join link emailed to the youth group and posted on @ghtcyouth )
  • (New!) Sunday Bible Study 
    • Sunday mornings before Cathedral Live Stream
    • Program includes Lectionary based Bible Study and community check-in
    • 9:30 a.m. via Zoom Meetings (join link emailed to the youth group and posted on @ghtcyouth )
    • For youth in grades 6-12 
  • Support 
    • Alexandra is available @ghtcyouth on Instagram and at youthformation@kccathedral.org for anyone that needs to talk, needs resources for Church at Home, or needs some community.

Being a Servant Church

Social Outreach

Donations
Items requested for donation (see weekly donations requested above) will benefit the Downtown Outreach Food Pantry and the Urban Necessities Toiletry Drive.
Donations may be dropped off Saturdays (March 28–April 11) at St. Mary’s (1307 Holmes, Kansas City, MO 64106). There will be a basket by the office door (or instructions on where to leave items). Items may be left without physical contact and will be brought inside after the donors leave. Or you may give online.

Donate Blood
During this time of the COVID-19 Pandemic, the Community Blood Center is running dangerously short of blood. Please consider giving blood, if you are able. They have made arrangements for you to be able to donate with little social contact. You can get more info at the Community Blood Center website.

Birthday Gift Cards for Foster Children
Help a child in the foster care system by donating $25 for a birthday gift card. These gift cards are given to children who do not receive any other gifts to celebrate their birthdays. Please consider this very special ministry of making children feel special on their birthdays.

Pray for Outreach Organizations
Please remember in your prayers all the organizations working to help those less fortunate.

Contact Terri Curran, tcurra2@yahoo.com, for more details.

Lent Madness

In a takeoff of basketball’s March Madness, Lent Madness is a fun engaging way for people to learn about the Church’s Calendar of Saints. Visit lentmadness.org to fill out your bracket for a chance to win the “Golden Halo!”

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