Coming Up This Fall @ All Saints’ Cathedral

As we continue to adjust our lives around the realities of the pandemic, we are busy at the Cathedral trying to make a sustainable plan for the coming months.  You will notice that most events will remain online and require registration.  Since we cannot see into the future, we are making our plans with the recognition that for many in-person events must still be limited and done with extreme care.  For this reason, until we see how the fall rolls out, we are planning more online and fewer in-person events over the next four months.
Worship @ the Cathedral

11am Sunday Morning Holy Eucharist
Each Sunday morning at 11am we will continue to meet in-person and online for our main service of Holy Communion.  If you would like to attend in person, please call or email the office to register. If you would like to continue worshipping with us online, you can find a printable version of the bulletin, as well as the Youtube link, on our website:

Standing Stones
On the second Sunday of each month at 9:15am we will resume our Standing Stones service; an Indigenous Christian worship service.  If you would like to attend this service, please call or email to register.  This service will not be livestreamed.

12:10 Thursday Eucharist
Resuming Thursday October 1st at 12:10, The Cathedral will be open for a mid-week Eucharist service.

Family Faith: Online Family Sunday School
Beginning Sunday, September 13th join with other families across the diocese as we learn and grow in the way of Jesus.
Each week a new video will be posted for families to watch together, along with ideas for faith conversations and crafts or activity suggestions that can all be done from home.  Families can also post their own photos of crafts or activities that they have created onto the platform to see and share with others from across the diocese how they are learning together.

Centering Prayer
The Centering prayer group will be returning to in-person meetings later on September 21st.

Education and Fellowship
Let’s Talk about Race Book Club
Join together with others across the diocese on the last Monday of September, October and November for conversations centered on race, racism and our Christian response to the historical and present challenges faced by people of a visible minority.  So You Want To Talk About Race by Ijeoma Oluo will be the first book up for discussion. Please register in advance with the Rev. Jordan Haynie-Ware at

ZOOM Tuesdays: Online Coffee hour
Beginning Tuesday September 22nd at 10:30am join us for a zoom coffee hour and time of fellowship. No preparation needed.  Please register with Sara at for the zoom invitation. 

Bible Study: Part one of a Study on the book of Mark
Are you sick of terse politics, tired of polarization, and weary of the power struggles that permeate our news feeds? Come join us this Fall as we study the book of Mark through Ched Myer’s commentary, ’Binding the Strong Man.’ Our gospel for the upcoming lectionary year beckons us into rooted discipleship - strengthening and teaching us how to faithfully engage the politics, polarization and power struggles of 2020 and beyond.  Study guides for each week will be provided, no book purchase necessary
Beginning Wednesday, September 23rd 7-8:30pm online. Please register with Rev. Ruth at for more information. Part 1 of this study will be 6 weeks. Part 2 of this study will be continued in January.

Book Study and Evening Prayer
Using Rowan Williams Being Disciples as a guide for discussion we will meet for Evening Prayer and discussion beginning  Wednesday, November 4th, 11th, 18th and 25th. Please email Dean Alex at for more information or to register. If you would like to purchase Being Disciples prior to the study you can do so by ordering through your favourite book store.
Mark your calendars for an upcoming recital, Tuesday October 6th at 7:30 pm featuring our own Jeremy Spurgeon on Organ.  Please email or call Sara at
Manna Market and Friday Morning Breakfasts continue as we reach out to our neighbourhood.  If you would like to learn more, or to hear about volunteer opportunities this coming fall, please contact the Rev. Ruth at
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