Lay Weeders enjoy beautifying the Cathedral Grounds. All are welcome to join this group of outdoor garden workers! We meet about six times a year on Saturday mornings to weed, trim, mulch, plant beautiful flowers, and enjoy each other's company. Our mission is to reflect the love and welcome of our people inside the beautiful Cathedral on the outside. On most Saturday workdays a …Read More »
This is a worldwide ministry to men and boys in the Episcopal-Anglican Communion. Their vision strives to develop and equip men and boys for faithful discipleship to effect changed lives throughout the world for the greater glory of God. The Brotherhood meets twice a month, devoting a portion of each meeting to each of the disciplines of Prayer, Study and Service.
Cursillo (pronounced kur-see-yo) is a Spanish word meaning "short course." The three-day Cursillo weekend is held at Camp Weed and provides a living experience - an encounter with Christ, meeting fellow Christians and sharing Christ's love with them. It is intended to help participants know God's love and grace and to help them discover and live out their personal vocation in the…Read More »
Daughters of the King (DOK) is an Order for women who are communicants of the Episcopal Church or churches in communion with it. Members undertake a Rule of Life, incorporating the Rule of Prayer and the Rule of Service. By reaffirmation of the promises made at Confirmation a Daughter pledges herself to a lifelong program of prayer, service and evangelism – dedicated to the spr…Read More »
This team welcomes newcomers after the 9 and 11:00 services each Sunday morning, and reaches out in a variety of ways to make newcomers feel welcome. We greet newcomers at church, and after services, we welcome folks at the Baptismal Font, since that is where God adopts us as His children and makes us members of Christ’s Body. We encourage each visitor to complete a pew card so…Read More »
St. John's Cathedral Archivists minister, organize and process the collection, preservation and documentation of the historical records and its people. The purpose is to keep parishioners informed and aware of their heritage so that it may be cherished in this and future generations. What can you do? Assist in a number of ways by writing, filing, collecting, photographing, but mo…Read More »