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Sunday
Morning Prayer, 7:30 am
Holy Eucharist, 8:15 am
Sung Holy Eucharist, 11:00 am

Monday
Holy Eucharist 12:10 p.m.

Tuesday
Holy Eucharist 12:10 p.m.

Wednesday
Holy Eucharist 7:00 a.m.
Holy Eucharist 12:10 p.m.

Thursday
Holy Eucharist 12:10 p.m.

 

 

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Almighty and everliving God, source of all wisdom and
understanding, be present with those who take counsel
in The Diocese of Michigan for the renewal and mission of your
Church.Teach us in all things to seek first your honor and glory. Guide
us to perceive what is right, and grant us both the courage to
pursue it and the grace to accomplish it; through Jesus Christ
our Lord. Amen. 

 

We welcome the  Members of the Board of Directors of the Dominican Development Group to the Dicoese of Michigan this weekend  They will participate in the 180th Convention of the Diocese of Michigan before they hold their semi-annual meeting on October 27, 2014, in Detroit.  Our guest preacher this Sunday will be The Rt. Rev William Skilton.  

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The Rt. Rev. William Skilton (left) stands with the Rt. Rev. Julio Cesar Holguin,
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ishop of the Episcopal Church of the Dominican Republic 

 

 
Choral Evensong
 Sunday October 26
4:00 p.m. 

 

 

Organ Recital, 3:40 p.m.

Joshua Boyd, guest organist

 

Choral Evensong, 4:00 p.m.

with the Boy and Girl Choristers

Service Washington Canticles--David Hogan

Responses Craig Phillips

Psalm 103 Benedic, anima mea--chant: Kellow Pye

Anthem: I will sing of thy great mercies --

Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy

Hymn  410

  

 

Our Guest Preacher

 

The Rev'd Dr. Stephen Butler Murray is President and Professor of Systematic Theology and Preach-
ing at Ecumenical Theological Seminary in  Detroit, Michigan.  Previously, he was the Senior Pastor of The First Baptist Church of Boston, Massachusetts, American Baptist Chaplain to Harvard University and Denominational Counselor and Lecturer in Ministry at Harvard Divinity School, and the founding Dean of the College and Associate Professor of Theology at Barrytown College. He has served as the pastor of American Baptist, Lutheran, Presbyterian, and United Church of Christ congregations in Massachusetts and New York, as the chaplain and on the faculty of Endicott College, Skidmore College, and Suffolk University, and was an administrator at Yale University's Dwight Hall Center for Public Service and Social Justice.  He serves on the national Emerging Theologians Task Force of the American Baptist Churches - USA and is an invited participant in the national, multi-denominational Baptist-Muslim Dialogue program.  He previously served as a denominational delegate to the National Council of Churches, was the founding Managing Editor of the Journal of Inter-Religious Dialogue, and is a past President of the North American Paul Tillich Society.  
He is the author of  Reclaiming Divine Wrath: A History of a Christian Doctrine and Its Interpretation (Peter Lang, 2011), co-editor with David L. Bartlett and Claudia Ann Highbaugh of the festschrift for Harry Baker Adams,  Crossing By Faith: Sermons on the Journey from Youth to Adulthood (Chalice Press, 2003), and co-editor with Aimee Upjohn Light of the multi-volume set  God in Popular Culture (ABC-CLIO, 2015).  His academic work focuses on the history and contemporary relevance of Christian theology and ethics, inter-religious dialogue, and religion and the arts.

 

 

We are committed to this vision: To be an extraordinary spiritual gathering place where people of all backgrounds and ages are welcome to question and learn, pray, worship and serve; being loved by God in ways that change and improve their lives and the lives of others.

We hope you find what you are looking for: directions, service or event times, more information about who we are, what we do, or something about our approach to Christianity.

Most of all we hope you find your experience here an invitation to join us -- for an event, for a return to this website, or for a lifetime.

God's grace and peace,

Scott Hunter, Dean

 

Please note that the Cathedral is located in the middle of the M1 Rail construction.  There is no longer parking on Woodward Avenue which is down to two lanes on our side.  Check for construction updates HERE.

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