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Homily offered by The Rev'd Dr Ann Solari for The Reign of Christ.
SATURDAY 29th November 2014: 9.30am - 12noon in the Cathedral.
ALL ARE MOST WELCOME TO ATTEND
Let us take time to slow down, take a couple of hours to be with God and reflect on the meaning of Advent and Christmas
‘Be still and know that I am God’
The program begins at 9.30am. There is a generous amount of space and time for personal reflection, walking the labyrinth; together with directed spiritual exercises and readings.
There will be prayer, devotions and worship.The Quiet morning willfinish at 12noon.Tea and coffee will be available during the morning.
*Gold coin donation to assist people go on the annual retreat
The Cathedral Planning Day will be held on Saturday 14th February 2015.
It is open to all.
Ordination of Deacons and Priests and the Installation of Canons.
The Cathedral Church of S John the Evangelist
10:00 Saturday 6 December 2014
Mr Stephen Briggs
Dr Graham Warren
Mr Steffan Van Munster
Mrs Mary-Anne Rulfs
Mr Claye Middleton
The Rev’d Helen Button
The Rev’d Dr Jonathan Osborne
The Rev’d Professor Rodney Wolff
The Rev’d Gary Harch
The Rev’d Linda McWilliam
Liturgical colour: red
Robing: Clergy are invited to robe - alb and red stole. Area Deans, Archdeacons, and Canons are invited to wear copes.
Parking: The Cathedral Square car park (directly opposite the Cathedral) will be open to the public from 8.30am until 5.00pm. The cost is $10.00 flat rate. All car park entry and exit points on both Ann and Turbot will be open. Parking is not available in the Cathedral grounds on the day.
Refreshments: Refreshments will be served, courtesy of Cathedral Chapter, following the liturgy.
'It's a feudal pageant. They need us to watch; to be awed and inconvenienced.'
Scales fell from my eyes as those words conjured up Pythonesque parades; kings on steeds surrounded by entourages of knights, minders and advisors – all dressed to impress - approaching a medieval castle.
In my mind's eye I see peasants, allowed to look but not touch, lining the route to be awe-struck.
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