Cathedral Church of St. Luke

Second Sunday of Easter

Don't wash your car!

The Acolytes will be having a cash wash on Sunday, April 23, from 7:30 a.m. until 12 noon. Drive into the Washington Street parking lot and an acolyte will happily take your car and return it to you clean after church. Donations are greatly appreciated.

Dean's Hour

The Dean's Hour will resume on Sunday, April 23, at 9 a.m. in the Great Hall.

Wednesday Night Classes

Wednesday night dinner and classes will resume on April 26. Dean Reggie Kidd will continue his reflections on Romans. Canon Josh Bales will continue his study of the book of Galatians. Please register for dinner and class at www.ccslorlando.org/grow, or by email to Fay at fchandler@stlukescathedral.org.

Teacher Appreciation at Grand Avenue Primary

Grand Avenue Primary Learning Center will be closing its doors after over 90 years of dedicated service to our community. We will be celebrating Teacher Appreciation at Grand Avenue on Tuesday, May 2nd by hosting a “Cake and Pie Party.” Bakers are needed. Please contact the church office to let us know what you will contribute. Thank you for your many years of caring for the staff of this wonderful school.

Graduation Sunday May 7th!

We will bless and honor our high school and college graduates during the 10:15 service on May 7th. There will also be a brief reception after that service in the Great Hall. If you or a loved one would like to participate, please email Fay Chandler at fchandler@stlukescathedral.org by Thursday, May 4th.

The Cathedral Food Ministry IS HERE!

Have you ever come home from the hospital after a procedure or after having a baby or ever been in need of some TLC? Wouldn’t it be wonderful if you DID NOT HAVE TO COOK?!! That’s what the Cathedral Food Ministry does. We take the burden off by delivering a few meals to those going through challenging times. This announcement is to let you know that we exist if you need us or you know someone who does and to encourage you to be a part of the Food Ministry. Please contact Fay in the Cathedral office at fchandler@stlukescathedral for more information.

Healing Your Grief

Have you experienced the death of a loved one and feel as though you are stuck and can’t move forward with your life? “Healing Your Grief” is a six week class that will provide tools and methods to help you through this difficult journey. We will utilize the new workbook that can be purchased in the bookstore — no additional fees will be required. To find out if this program is for you, or if you have any questions, please contact Deacon Rose Sapp at 407-849-0680.

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. Parking is also 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 staff and those with limited mobility. One handicap space is available. 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

Acts 2:14a,22-32 | 1 Peter 1:3-9 | John 20:19-31 | Psalm 16

The Collect

Almighty and everlasting God, who in the Paschal mystery established the new covenant of reconciliation: Grant that all who have been reborn into the fellowship of Christ's Body may show forth in their lives what they profess by their faith; through Jesus Christ our Lord, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever. Amen.

Published Thursday, April 20, 2017