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Giving From the Heart Giving To God St. Mary’s Cathedral is a positive spiritual home for greater Memphis. Through our mission statement “a house of prayer for all people”, we are becoming an energy center of Gospel hope, touching thousands of lives each year. St. Mary’s is a place where we can feel the magnetism of God, knowing we are unconditionally loved and inspired to be our fullest selves in doing Christ’s work in our community. 692 Poplar Avenue Memphis, Tennessee 38105 Phone 901.527.3361 Fax 901.523.8292

THE CHIMES November 2013 Vol. XI, No. 10

INSIDE THIS ISSUE 2—Christian Formation Advent Wreath Making Recipe 3—All Saints’ Weekend “Fifty Years Later” Forum The Canon’s Corner 4—Bench Notes Meet Katie Ratton 5—Transitions, Memorials, and Honoraria 6—Calendar of Events/ Birthdays Pop-Top Ministry 7—Altar Flowers Vespers Service /Organ Recital 8—Stewardship Sunday: Bringing in the Sheaves

We are always better through your plentiful, brilliant involvement, and I am grateful for you! That is why we are delighted to invite you to give to God with your generous offering of tithe and precious gifts of time and talent. There is no better time to invest in St. Mary’s mission. We are charged with holy momentum now due to our vibrant parishioners, creative and dedicated staff, glorious music program, robust style of worshipping God, brilliant teaching of the ancient Good News, and service to the community in courageous and deeply committed ways. St. Mary’s is a holy family, where all are welcomed and valued. O, what more glory can be done with your added generosity!

Give even more from your heart to God through St. Mary’s this year. Our faith family is praying for you to not be afraid. Our beautiful, old building needs to be better taken care of. Memphis and God are depending us to continue our robust ministry of inspiration and benevolence, blessing and healing, and transforming lives through Christ.


New CHIMES FEATURE! Recipes from Sunday Morning Hospitality Hour


MARTYRS HALL This series continues throughout the Fall & Spring semesters. November 3 —All Saints’ Sunday

Ecclesiasticus 44:1-10; Rev. 7:2-4, 9-17, Ephesians 1:1523, Matthew 5:1-2

Ryan Godbey’s Chocolate Chip Cookies Thanks to Ryan for sharing this fabulous cookie recipe that is a favorite among all who sample!

led by Kim Caldwell, Executive Director of Elmwood Cemetery November 10—Isaiah Becomes God’s Messenger—

Isaiah 1, 6

Jeremiah the Boy Prophet—Jeremiah 1, 18 led by Laura Gettys November 17—God Saves Daniel—Daniel 6 Jonah and the Big Fish—Jonah 1-4 Haiti Mission Trip Highlights led by Drew Woodruff and Susan Nelson November 24—Family Advent Wreath Making All ages will join together to decorate Advent wreaths with greenery for the season.


November 3 & 10– How to Remember: The Case of Berlin led by Dr. Geoff Bakewell

Preheat oven to 365° F. Ingredients:

2 1/4 c all-purpose flour 1 tsp baking soda 1 tsp salt (I prefer himalayan pink) 1 c (2 sticks) unsalted butter, softened 3/4 c granulated sugar 3/4 c firmly packed brown sugar 1 1/4 tsp vanilla extract 2 large eggs 2 c (12-oz. pkg.)semi-sweet chips (can also sub dark chocolate or whatever chips you

like) November 17 & 24—NO CLASSES IN THE CHAPEL

FORMATION FOR CHILDREN & YOUTH Ages 0-3, Nursery in the Moody Wing Ages 3-6, Catechesis-Level I Atrium in the Moody Wing Grades 2-5, Sunday School in the Moody Wing Grades 6-12, Youth Class in the Moody Wing

Advent Wreath Making


The Season of Advent is upon us! Celebrate the start of this holy season with us on Christ the King Sunday, November 24 by decorating Advent wreaths in Martyrs Hall. We’ll have some decorating after the 8 o’clock service, and all classes will join together at the 10 o’clock Christian Formation hour for cider, hot chocolate, and family wreathmaking! We will provide some greenery, but please clip your own holly, magnolia, and other evergreens to add to the supply. Kits including foam ring, pins, and candles are available for purchase at $10 each. See you there!

1.1/2 c chopped nuts Combine flour, baking soda, and salt in a bowl. In a separate, large bowl, beat butter, granulated sugar, brown sugar, and vanilla extract until creamy. Add eggs, one at a time, beating well after each addition. Gradually beat in flour mixture. Stir in morsels and nuts. Drop by rounded teaspoon onto ungreased baking sheets. Make them smaller as opposed to larger. Bake for 7 minutes! They may not look done, but they are (unless you made them too large.) They may still look too light, but they will cook a bit more after you take them out. If you like them chewy and moist, do it this way. Cool on baking sheets for 1-2 minutes; move to wire racks to cool completely. Lay parchment/wax paper between layers if you need to stack them to prevent sticking. Enjoy!

ALL SAINTS’ WEEKEND at St. Mary’s Friday, November 1, 7pm All Saints’ Evensong with Calvary Choir & Cathedral Choir St. Mary’s Episcopal Cathedral Childcare Provided Sunday, November 3 All Saints’ Sunday Seminarian Sunday

Children are encouraged to dress as their favorite saint!

8am 11 am Baptisms Brass Ensemble Performance Boys and Girls Choir Performance 12:15 pm Reading of Names accompanied by Bagpipes in the Courtyard 12:30-2:30 pm Pastoral Care Enrichment: “Caring for and Loving Those with Alzheimer’s and Dementia” Sponsored by the Pastoral Care Teams, who invite you to join them for food and conversation. Dr. JoAnn O’Quin, Professor Emeritus of Social Work at the University of Mississippi, will lead the conversation around how this disease touches us all. RSVP to Laura F. Gettys at 527-3361 or [email protected]

The Canon’s Corner November is a month in which we name things we are grateful for. I am grateful for so much in my life. For these changing fall temperatures and leaves. For my life. For family. And I am grateful for our St. Mary’s family as we journey together in this good world of ours.

“Fifty Years Later: The State of Racism in America” You’re invited to join the Dean as he travels to St. Andrew’s Episcopal Cathedral in Jackson, Mississippi for this groundbreaking Episcopal forum on race relations sponsored by The Episcopal Church and the Episcopal Diocese of Mississippi. Forum panelists include Presiding Bishop Katherine Jefferts Schori, The Rt. Rev. Michael Curry, Ms. Myrlie Evers-Williams, The Honorable William F. Winter, and Ray Suarez. We will plan to leave Friday morning, November 15 and stay in Jackson, MS overnight. We will return to Memphis on Saturday afternoon, November 16. Contact Andy ([email protected]) or Miranda ([email protected]) for more information or to reserve your spot or call 901.527.3361. For those unable to travel to this event, St. Mary’s Episcopal School and Church of the Holy Communion will co-host a local viewing of this 90-minute live forum in Buckman Theater, at the corner of Walnut Grove and Perkins Extended. The showing will begin at 1:00pm (CST) on Friday, November 15. A discussion will follow the viewing so that our diocese may come together and be in dialog.

It’s quite natural and easy to be grateful for these blessings and gifts. But what about some of those places of gratefulness that may be a bit more unexpected? Recently I have found myself grateful for Dr. JoAnn O’Quin. She is reminding me that there can be gift in unexpected places, in places such as Alzheimer’s and dementia. There are many of us who have a family member or friend who is caring for someone navigating one of these diseases. Dr. JoAnn O’Quin, professor at University of Mississippi and author, has a beautiful and knowledgeable way of sharing how none of us are alone as we navigate these waters and all of us can love those with these diseases and support those in caregiving roles.

Joining us to help facilitate our local post-forum discussion will be Dr. Stephen Haynes, Professor of Religious Studies at Rhodes College and author of The Last Segregated Hour; Dr. Andre Johnson; and Dr. James L. Netters, Associate Professor of Rhetoric & Religion and African American Studies at Memphis Theological Seminary. This is an event that you won’t want to miss!

I invite you to join me on Sunday, November 3 rd at 12:30 for conversation and reflection with JoAnn. I promise you will walk away encouraged, strengthened, and empowered. Laura+

For more information about the forum in general, go online to



Meet Katie Ratton

A Word From Your Organist/Choirmaster As those of you who regularly read this column know, we’ve been in the midst of a campaign to raise funds for the absolutely beautiful Yamaha 9-foot concert grand piano currently sitting in our Cathedral nave. At the time of writing this article, we have raised almost the entire $40,800 to purchase this instrument outright! I want to thank all of you who have enthusiastically supported this endeavor with your kind words and incredible generosity. The funds raised for this piano came entirely from private, non-pledge donations and from designated funds at the Cathedral and is completely separate from our operating funds and expenses. I am incredibly thankful to have had the unqualified support of the clergy, Finance Committee, Cathedral Chapter, and from so many in the congregation to purchase this musical work of art that is already enhancing our Sunday morning worship experience. This is a 100-year investment in the music ministry of St. Mary’s, and with this instrument, we will finally have a piano that can fill the cavernous Cathedral space and that can be used to attract different talent for our thriving Music at St. Mary’s concert series. Finally, I would be remiss if I did not publicly recognize Jim Johnson. Jim is the individual who found this piano for us, was able to negotiate a dynamite price tag, and who was the driving force behind this entire campaign. Jim immediately recognized what a gift this would be for St. Mary’s, and we are incredibly grateful to him for his vision and steadfast support. Out of his dream has come a reality that generations of Cathedral-goers will benefit from for many decades to come. Soli Deo Gloria, Scott Elsholz

Katie is a prosecutor at 201 Poplar and wife/mom to her husband Rob and three children, Sara Kate, Anna, and Gabe. Where did you grow up? I grew up in St. Louis, Missouri, go Cards. I went to college at the University of Kansas and eventually made it to law school at the University of Iowa where I met my husband, Rob, in torts class. What books or tv shows are you reading/watching right now? I'm reading Still Alice by Lisa Genova. It's a book about a psych professor at Harvard who has been diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer’s. It sounds really depressing and horrible but it's actually pretty good and oddly uplifting. As for television, Rob and I are latecomers to Breaking Bad, so we are feverishly getting caught up and making our way through season 2. What makes you delighted in this moment? Delighted in this moment? The weather!!! Everything about fall is fantastic, from the leaves, to college football, to bourbon and red wine, to layering clothes, to snuggling under the covers, to the smell. Fall rocks. What do you like about St. Mary's? I love the vibe of St. Mary's. I love that my kids can be themselves and maybe even a little less than themselves at times and we are never kicked out or asked to leave. I love how St. Mary's not only "accepts everyone" but how "everyone" is really what defines St. Mary's.

Music at St. Mary’s: 27 Annual Rhodes College Christmas at St. Mary’s th

Sunday, November 24, 2013, 7:00 p.m. Due to the late date arrival of the Pilgrims, coupled with a quick exodus of Rhodes students to final exams thereafter, this year’s annual Christmas at St. Mary’s will get us all in the Christmas spirit, just a little earlier than usual.


Any treasures you've found in Memphis? I suppose it would be hokey for me to say St. Mary's, but it's true. I also like Shelby Forest and Overton Park; the Levitt Shell, no doubt; WEVL has some good things going; the new HiTone on Cleveland seems to be a great thing now that they have early shows for us older people; and I have just been introduced to Wise Acre which I really liked a lot. I think that Memphis in and of itself may fast be becoming a treasure.

What are ways you feel God's presence and love in your life? I feel God's presence and love in my life through my kids On Sunday, November 24 at 7 pm, the Rhodes Choirs will perform and husband. I was clearly fond of my husband before we had their annual Christmas Concert at St. Mary’s Episcopal Cathedral. This kids, but seeing him with the kids makes me love him even more. 75-minute program features a variety of music of the season. The It's difficult to explain. And those three kids: God knew what was Rhodes Singers, Women’s Chorus, Men’s Chorus will be the featured up when those friends came into this world. It's a feeling of comensembles, with a special performance of BealeCanto, a professional plete and total gratitude for my family at times—while those times men’s vocal ensemble. James Harr, Mona Kreitner and William Skoog may be super brief, and at times far between,—followed by, well, are the conductors. maybe not so much gratitude, yet those glimpses are God for me.

Ongoing Programs at the Cathedral

Transitions Birth: Eva Louise Gardner, daughter of Nina and Devin Gardner, 9/18/13 Death: Nadia Strid, 9/27/13 Transfer IN: Barbara “Babs” Moore for Calvary Church, Memphis

Memorials & Honoraria

In Memory of Clarisse Schroeder By Louise R. Horn To Episcopal Bookshop Fund In Memory of Marianne Williams By Louise R. Horn To Episcopal Bookshop Fund By Meg Turner To Piano Fund By Frank and Mimsy Jones To Piano Fund By Jim Hartley To Music Program By Jim Johnson To Piano Fund In Memory of Nadia Strid By Louise R. Horn To Episcopal Bookshop Fund By Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Carruthers By Carol Morris To Daughters of the King By Jim Hartley To Music Program In Memory of Tharon A. Newbill By Mr. and Mrs. Terence B. Clark In Memory of Ida Legge By Carmen Phillipy By Bette Ray Callow By Jim Hartley To Music Fund By Judy Phillips To Music Fund In Honor of Dr. Scott Elsholz’s birthday By Mr. and Mrs Dean Buczkowski In Honor of Dr. Scott Elsholz By Mr. and Mrs. Tim Baker To Concert Series

In memory of Bruce McCall Julie Campbell CHRISTIAN FORMATION-ALL AGES Terri and John P. Neal III SUNDAYS AT 10 AM In memory of Maria Magdalena Warwell See page 2! James G. Hartley-Music Fund In memory of The Rt. Rev. William A. Dimmick MONDAYS AT 6:30 PM Peggy and Loyd Templeton -Chapel Chair Narcotics Anonymous meeting

In memory and honor of their parents Claire and Yousef Valine-Chapel Chair TUESDAYS AT 2InPM memory of Clyde Washburn III Mary Servant Leadership Class in Virginia the SaraHorner Sadler and Jenks McCrory Patten Rooms in the Crypt In honor of The Rev. Jerry Harber Wayne Ferguson WEDNESDAYS AT 8ofAM In honor the baptisms of Milla Meiman and Ives Dobbins EUCHARIST-Sisters’ Chapel, BREAKFAST-Martyrs Anne and Greg Meiman


THURSDAYS AT 2 PM Bridge newspaper—Martyrs Hall 2nd THURSDAY HEALING EUCHARIST 2nd Thursday of each month ~ Sisters’ Altar in the Nave-(November 14) SUNDAY BREAKFAST BUNCH— FOURTH SUNDAYS This group meets at the Cupboard on Union Avenue at 9:30 am on the 4th Sunday of each month (November 24) SERVANT MINISTRY TEAM— SECOND TUESDAYS The Servant Ministry Team meets in Martyrs Hall on the 2nd Tuesday of the month at 4 pm. (November 12) SHORT STORY GROUP Tuesdays at 10 am in the Sara Sad ler Ro o m MYSTERY BOOK CLUB First Wednesdays at Noon-at the Ep isco p al Bo o k sho p This month’s meeting is November 6. KNITTING & SEWING GROUP 1st & 3rd Wednesdays, 1-3 pm Sara Sad ler Ro o m DAUGHTERS OF THE KING The Constance and Her Companions Chapter of the DOK usually meet after the 11 am Eucharist on the 3rd Sunday of the month. (November 17)


NOVEMBER CALENDAR + Sunday at 8 AM + Holy Eucharist Rite One + + Sundays at 10 AM + Christian Education for All Ages + + Sunday at 11 AM + Choral Eucharist Rite Two + followed by Hospitality Hour in the Parish Hall Fri 1 7p All Saints Evensong with Calvary Choir Sat 2 9a Pop Top Ministry November 3 All Saints’ Sunday First Sunday of the Month—Seminarian Sunday 8a Holy Eucharist + Rite I 9a Sweet Mary’s Cafe 9:15 a Boys and Girls Choir Rehearsal 10 a Christian Formation 11 a Choral Eucharist + Rite II 12:15 Reading of Names in Courtyard with bagpipes 12:30 Pastoral Care Enrichment: Alzheimer’s/Dementia Tue-5 10 a Short Story Group 2p Servant Leadership Class Wed-6 8a Eucharist/Breakfast 1p Knitting 7:15 p Choir Thurs 7 6 p Glory Be Gals @ Canon Laura’s Sat 9 9a Pop-Top Ministry November 10 25th Sunday after Pentecost 8a Holy Eucharist + Rite I 9a Sweet Mary’s Café 9:15 am Boys and Girls Choir Rehearsal 11 a Choral Eucharist + Rite II Tue-12 10 a Short Story Group 2p Servant Leadership Class Wed-13 8 a Eucharist/Breakfast 7p Choir Rehearsal Thurs-14 12n Healing Eucharist Fri 15 Join the Dean for a trip to Jackson, MS for “50 Years Later” Forum on Race Relations 7p Bishop’s Bash @ St. Columba (ends 1 p on Sun, 17) Sat-16 9a Pop-Top Ministry November 17 26th Sunday after Pentecost 8a Holy Eucharist + Rite I 9a Stewardship Thanksgiving Breakfast 9:15p Boys and Girls Choir Rehearsal 10 a Christian Formation 11 a Choral Eucharist + Rite II 12:15p Daughters of the King meeting, chapel 12:30 Stewardship Thanksgiving Lunch Tue-19 10 a Short Story Group 2p Servant Leadership Class 5:25 Chapter meeting Wed-20 8 a Eucharist/Breakfast 1p Knitting 7:15p Choir Rehearsal Nov 21 & 22 Diocesan Convention—Dyersburg Sat-23 9a Pop-Top Ministry November 24 Christ the King Sunday 8a Holy Eucharist + Rite I 9:15a Boys and Girls Choir Rehearsal 10 a NO CLASSES—ADVENT WREATH MAKING 11 a Choral Eucharist + Rite I 12:30 p Pastoral Care gratitude baskets 7p Rhodes Choir Concert Tue-26 10 a Short Story Group 2p Servant Leadership Wed-27 8 a Eucharist/Breakfast 7:15p Choir Rehearsal Sat 30 9a Pop Top Ministry


The Pop-Top Ministry at St. Mary’s ~ Help Us Feed the Homeless “Truly I tell you: just as you did it to one of the least of these who are members of my family, you did to me.” Matthew 25 “To-Go” meals are handed out each Saturday morning at 9 AM. Here are items needed each week: +Vienna sausages in POP-TOP CANS +pork and beans in POP-TOP CANS +saltine crackers +fruit cups or applesauce in single serving cups +a "sweet" like Little Debbies or other cup cakes +Coca-cola or other soft drinks +bottled water

NOVEMBER BIRTHDAYS Remember that the Fellowship Committee helps you celebrate your birthday on November 24 after the 11 AM Eucharist!!! Also, if your birthday is not listed, please contact the church office for an update to our records. 1 Judd Osten Alex Valine 3 Ian Cooper Donnie Snow 4 Fred Blackmon Gary Cook 5 Bubba Allen 6 Jerry Harber John Hiatt 8 Georgia Heartsill Pat Kelly Kaki Whitley 9 Katherine Mack Elizabeth Wirls 10 Gary Bridgman Laura Gettys 11 Marjorie Gerald Carrie Ann Meeker

12 Clara Yerger 13 Mike Harber 14 Caren Adams Abby Gaskill Lewis Wood 16 Ty Legge 17 James Gruber 18 Kathy Barnes Cristin Laird Ian McMillin Chima Onwuka 19 Nash Bridgman Helen Hiatt 20 Samantha Lee 21 Marsha Callow Mary Snow 22 Ralph George

23 Becky Buczkowski Don Vistica, Jr. 24 Cameron Massengale 25 Marge Sorrells 26 Sara Frey Annabelle Whittemore 28 Frederick Blackmon Susan Nelson 29 Stephen Nelson

ALTAR FLOWERS FOR NOVEMBER November 3-All Saints Sunday The Altar Flowers are given to the Glory of Almighty God and in celebration of the baptism of Archer Everest Acuff by his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Keeney, Ms. Carol Keeney, and Mr. and Mrs. David Acuff. The Paschal Candle Flowers are given to the Glory of Almighty God by Ty Legge and Gene Hayden in memory of Ty’s mother, Ida Legge. November 10-The 25th Sunday after Pentecost The Altar Flowers are given to the Glory of Almighty God and in honor of Dr. Daniel Copeland by Phoebe Copeland, Charles Dean, and Malcolm Dean.

Goal 1: Continue to pursue becoming a “house of prayer for all people” Goal 2: Continue to strengthen Christian Formation programs Goal 3: Expand Community Outreach and Hospitality Programs Goal 4: Enhance our position as the Cathedral Church of the Diocese of West Tennessee Goal 5: Continue to design services that support a unique Cathedral identity Goal 6: Present clear, unified, and targeted messages in all communications Goal 7: Staff as needed to support growth Goal 8: Provide funding for all programs and property maintenance

November 17-The 26th Sunday after Pentecost The Altar Arrangements are given to the Glory of Almighty God by Gail and Gene Woods in thanksgiving for St. Mary’s Cathedral, its Clergy, its people, and its ministries. November 24-Christ the King Sunday The Altar Flowers are given by Sara Ackerman Frey to the Glory of Almighty God and in loving memory of her husband, Leonard Warren Frey, on the occasion of their wedding anniversary.

►MARK YOUR CALENDARS FOR SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 17, AT 3 PM-SERVICE OF VESPERS AND ORGAN RECITAL: On Sunday, the 17th, at 3 pm, Scott Elsholz and Ty Legge of St. Mary’s Episcopal Cathedral will join forces at the 1950 Aeolian Skinner organ of Christ the King Lutheran Church, 5296 Park Avenue. The Vesper service will be abbreviated and will include a recital featuring Buxtehude, Schalk, Widor, Mendelssohn and Mozart for four hands and the infamous Toccata and Fugue in D minor of J. S. Bach. This event in memory of Ida Legge serves as a fund raiser for the CTK Music Fund. A reception given by Dr. Hubert Dellinger, Jr., will follow in Schrader Hall. Handicap accessible.


Each Sunday the Altar at St. Mary’s is graced with two beautiful arrangements donated by parishioners. There are several ways to donate to the Flower Ministry in memory of, in thanksgiving for, or in honor of loved ones. Suggested donations are: Altar Flowers $125, Branches and Greenery during Lent $75, Paschal Candle $75, Baptismal Font $150, and Bread, Wine and Candles $50. Suggested donation for Easter lilies/palms and Christmas poinsettias/greenery is $25. The Flower Ministry coordinates the donations and has a team to bundle and deliver the Altar Flowers each week to parishioners who cannot attend services. If you would like to donate to the Flower Ministry, please call Jan Morrell at 575-3258 or [email protected] for available dates and more information. We can always use more volunteers for bundling and delivering flowers during the year. Both are done on a rotating basis. Bundling of flowers is done after the 11:00 service and takes about 20 minutes. To volunteer, contact Carol Morris at [email protected]

Episcopal Bookshop Hours Monday-Friday 9:30 am-4:30 pm [email protected] 527-5684 Come visit for a wide selection of books, cards, and fair trade items!


C at h e d ra l Sta ff & C h a p te r STAFF (Office Phone 527 . 3361 ) The Very Rev. William E. Andrews III, D. Min., De an-X106 [email protected] Cell 901.275.4514 The Reverend Laura F. Gettys, Cano n Pasto r f o r Parish Life -X118 [email protected] Cell 901.569.5820 The Rev. Drew Woodruff, De acon f o r Social Justice -336.1103 [email protected] The Rev. Dr. Jerry L. Harber, Theologian in Residence [email protected] Judy Phillips, Dire cto r o f Ad m inistratio n X107 [email protected] Miranda Cully Griffin, Director of Children & Youth Formation Associate for External Communications [email protected] 527.3361 Jasper Delaney, Se xto n 864.6619 Joe Dunlap , Assistant Se xto n 303.2320 [email protected]

Giving From the Heart


[email protected] Dr. Scott M. Elsholz Cano n Organist/Ch o irm aste r 527.6123 [email protected] Tyrus R. Legge, Jr., CAGO, Asst. Organist-Choirmaster X111 Associate for Liturgy [email protected] CHAPTER 2013: John Gary, Jim Johnson, Mickey Mitchell, Lee Roberts, Sherri Tipton, John Weatherly. 2014: Rebecca Chappell, Anna Holtzclaw, Gillian Steinhauer, Yousef Valine, Gene Woods, Clara Yerger. 2015: Chris Carruthers, Dennis Clark, John Gaskill, Patricia Geelan, Jan Morrell, Steve Kite-Powell. Leadership: Lee Roberts—Chapter Warden; Marcia Wunderlich—Bishop’s Warden; Michael Allen—Finance Chair; Patricia McFarland—Secretary; Ralph George—Treasurer

Stewardship Campaign 2014 St. Mary’s Cathedral


The Deadline for the next issue of THE CHIMES is MONDAY, November 18

We look forward to seeing you November 17 for Stewardship Sunday: Bringing in the Sheaves. Join us for Thanksgiving Brunch that same day at 9a or 12:30p. Sign up sheet in Martyrs Hall. Please let us know how many to expect!

S t . M a r y ’s C a t h e d r a l 700 Poplar Avenue Memphis, Tennessee 38105

to God

Norma Harrison, Bookkeeper X115