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Urban Necessities Drive
February
Urban Necessities Project is in its second year as a ministry of the city center parishes (GHTC, St. Mary’s and St. Augustine’s), which provides an assortment of basic necessities primarily of personal hygiene which are not included in SNAP government programs. The basics provided are toothpaste (6-8 oz tubes), bath soap (4 oz individually wrapped bars for men and women), shampoos (12-14 oz sizes for men and women), stick deodorant (3-4 oz sizes for men and women). Please bring the aforementioned basic necessities to the outreach baskets or make a donation to the project (checks made to GHTC with a notation for Urban Necessities) and we will select the items on your behalf. Thank you for supporting this outreach project.

Call for Palm Crosses/Fronds
Through February 16
Please bring your Palm Crosses & Fronds from last year to the Cathedral by Sunday, February 16. They will be used to create the ashes for Ash Wednesday. The palms may be placed in the basket in the back of the Nave.

Fat Tuesday Pancake Dinner
February 25 • 5 p.m.
The Vestry of GHTC invites you to join us February 25, 2020 to celebrate Fat Tuesday. We’ll be serving pancakes by Chris Cakes from 5-7:30 p.m. in Founders’ Hall. A suggested donation of $10 for adults and $5 for children will be accepted at the door or tickets are available in advance by visiting our secure giving site. Proceeds will be used to support the ongoing ministries of the Cathedral. Come for the pancakes, stay for the friends!

Ash Wednesday Services
February 26 • 7 a.m., 12:05 p.m. & 7 p.m.
Start your Lenten journey at the Cathedral. All three services will include a proper liturgy with homily, Imposition of Ashes, Litany of Penitence and Holy Eucharist. The 7 a.m. service will be spoken, the 12:05 p.m. service will have hymns and organ music, while the 7 p.m. service will include hymns, anthems sung by the Trinity Choir and organ music.

Lent Food Drive
March 1–April 12
Place non-perishable food for St. Mary’s Pantry in the big basket in the Tower. Thank you for your support!

Week of 3/1: Peanut Butter
Week of 3/8: Mac & Cheese
Week of 3/15: Canned Meat (Chicken or Tuna)
Week of 3/22: Boxed Potatoes/Pasta Dinners
Week of 3/29: Canned Vegetables/Fruit
Week of 4/5: Cake & Cookie Mixes
Easter 4/12: Breakfast items (cereals, granola bars, oatmeal)

Farewell Reception for Canon Christy
March 1 • 9 & 11:30 a.m.
Canon Christy Dorn’s last service will be March 1. Stop by coffee hour after either morning service and say goodbye. We hope you can join us as we wish her well!

Resurrection Garden Workshop
March 1 • 11:45 a.m.
Mark the first Sunday of Lent by making a resurrection garden to take home. The garden can be used throughout Lent as a focal point for your devotions, during Holy Week to remember the crucifixion and burial of Jesus and can be transformed into a beautiful Easter centerpiece. A donation of $10 per garden is suggested to cover supplies

Ash Wednesday Services
February 26 • 7 a.m., 12:05 p.m. & 7 p.m.
Start your Lenten journey at the Cathedral. All three services will include a proper liturgy with homily, Imposition of Ashes, Litany of Penitence and Holy Eucharist. The 7 a.m. service will be spoken, the 12:05 p.m. service will have hymns and organ music, while the 7 p.m. service will include hymns, anthems sung by the Trinity Choir and organ music.

2020 Lenten Bible Study: The Book of Revelation
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.

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