Cathedral Church of St. Luke

The Patronal Feast of St. Luke

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Cathedral Family Photo

Sunday, October 22, at 9:15 a.m.

This Sunday, we will gather on the front steps of the Cathedral for a photo to be taken of our Cathedral Family. It has been over 15 years since we last had one taken, and there are many new faces to add to our history. It will be held during the 9 a.m. hour in order to give members who attend the 8 a.m. and 10:15 a.m. services an opportunity to be there. Please plan to be there no later than 9:15 a.m.

500 Years, and Counting...

During the Dean's Hour


It was 500 years ago this October that Martin Luther posted his 95 theses, and launched a Reformation in the church’s life. A revolution in belief, as people rediscovered Christ’s threefold office: a Prophet, Priest, and King who came to bring us “out of error into truth, out of sin into righteousness, out of death into life.” And a renewal of worship, as people, especially in the Anglican Church, rediscovered Christ’s incarnation as “Word made flesh,” prompting fresh engagement of body, mind, and heart in worship. Join us for this Fall’s Dean’s Hour series in which we take stock of where the Reformation has brought us, and where we go from here.


October 29: “Reintroducing Jesus as Priest:

‘Out of Sin into Righteousness’” • Dean Kidd

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Tickets will be available in the Breezeway beginning today, after the 8:00 and 10:15 services.


Sign up for the Dessert Competition!

The Dessert Competition is back! We have such great bakers at the Cathedral and we are looking forward to seeing who will step up to the plate for the Dessert Competition on Saturday, November 11th, 4 – 7 PM. You may submit any dessert into the competition. We do ask that you make two of the dessert, one for the judges of the competition and one for everyone else to sample. Desserts must be at the competition table by 5 PM. To sign up your specialty please contact Cindy Gothann at cindy923@email.com or 407-970-0111.

Celebrating the Birthday of John McConnell

Sunday, October 29, after the 10:15 service

The family of John and Janice McConnell would like to invite the congregation to a luncheon celebrating John’s 80th birthday. The luncheon will be held in the Great Hall on Sunday, October 29, immediately following the 10:15 worship service. A spectacular lunch is being prepared by Ture Larson, and music will be provided by the Michelle Jones Violectric string trio. No gifts, please, but donations in John’s honor may be made to the Cathedral music ministry.

Wanted: New Acolytes

Sunday, October 29, after the 10:15 service

An acolyte class will be starting on Sunday, October 29, immediately following the 10:15 a.m. service. This will be an organizational meeting. All acolytes from 4th to 12th grade are welcome. For more information or questions, call Richard Clark at 407-405-3758.

UTO Ingathering

Sunday, October 29

United Thank Offering Ingathering is Sunday, October 29. Those who have been filling the Blue Boxes (with loose change) over the past year are asked to return them the 29th. Your donations support mission and ministry throughout The Episcopal Church and Provinces of the Anglican Communion. For more information about this ministry, see www.episcopalchurch.org/united-thank-offering.

Veterans Day Concert

Sunday, November 12, at 2:00 pm

An annual Cathedral favorite! Thrill to the Orlando Concert Band with maestro Jon Territo, plus Ben Lane at the organ, in selections from The Planets by Gustav Holst, marches like the Stars and Stripes Forever and Sir William Walton’s famous Crown Imperial, the popular U.S. Armed Forces Salute, and other favorite patriotic songs. Arrive early and receive a free American flag!

Hurricane Relief for the Caribbean and Puerto Rico

Many are still without power and the basic necessities due to the devastation of Hurricanes Irma and Maria in the Caribbean and Puerto Rico. If you are interested in helping the relief efforts for those hit the hardest in those areas, bins are available in the Great Hall to drop off donations of wipes, diapers, and other toiletries. If you prefer to make a monetary donation, visit the Diocesan website for more information.

Christmas Greenery

St. Elizabeth Guild is delighted to once again be selling Christmas Greenery. Alpine Farms in Washington State provides beautiful and fragrant wreaths, garland and swags to decorate your home for the Christmas season. Order forms will be available in the Great Hall now through Sunday, November 5. Delivery will be in late November or early December. It’s never too early to get ready for Christmas! Thank you for your continued support of St. Elizabeth Guild!

Cathedral Church of St. Luke

The Cathedral is located in the central district of downtown Orlando, on the Southwest corner of Magnolia Avenue and Jefferson Street.


PARKING: On Sunday mornings, parking is available at no charge in the surface lot at the corner of Washington and Magnolia. Downtown street meters are free all day on Sundays.


Additionally, we are designating all parking spaces in the Jefferson Street parking lot (the small lot behind the church building) as “Limited Mobility” or “Handicapped" for Sunday services. That includes the Dean’s space and the 2 clergy spaces. We are asking everyone able to do so to park in the Washington Street lot or in the Region’s Bank garage.


Parking is available for Sunday services in the Regions Bank garage located on the northeast corner of Orange Ave. and Washington Street: Enter the up-ramp on Washington and receive an Entrance ticket. At the Cathedral, pick up an Exit ticket from an usher. Then using those two tickets, exit the garage free of charge. The small parking lot behind the Cathedral on Jefferson street is reserved for handicapped and those with limited mobility. During the week (Monday through Friday) from 9 am until 5 pm, the Washington Street lot has ten designated spaces available at no charge for visitors to the Cathedral.

Readings From the Revised Common Lectionary

Ecclesiasticus 38:1-4,6-10,12-14 | 2 Timothy 4:5-13 | Luke 4:14-21 | Psalm 147:1-7

The Collect

Let us pray. Almighty God, who inspired your servant Luke the physician to set forth in the Gospel the love and healing power of your Son: Graciously continue in your Church this love and power to heal, to the praise and glory of your Name; through Jesus Christ our Lord, who lives and reigns with you, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever. Amen.

Published Thursday, October 19, 2017