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10/18/2006
[Episcopal News Service] 

Events

October 18, 2006

  • NEW YORK CITY: Evening with Archbishop Desmond Tutu and author John Allen

October 19, 2006

  • INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana: Diocese to meet in convention
  • PARIS, France: Diocese to meet in convention
  • SEATTLE, Washington: Book reading and signing

October 20, 2006

  • SOUTH FORK RANCH, Parker: Diocese to meet in convention
  • SPOKANE, Washington: Diocese to meet in convention
  • HARTFORD, Connecticut: Diocese to meet in convention
  • SALINA, Kansas: Diocese to meet in convention
  • BOISE, Idaho: Diocese to meet in convention
  • HONOLULU, Hawaii: Diocese to meet in convention
  • OVERLAND PARK, Kansas: Diocese to meet in convention
  • WAUSAU, Wisconsin: Diocese to meet in convention
  • GAYLORD, Michigan: Diocese to meet in convention
  • SPARTANBURG, South Carolina: Diocese to meet in convention
  • WISCONSIN DELLS, Wisconsin: Diocese to meet in convention
  • PEORIA, Illinois: Diocese to meet in convention
  • PORTAGE, Michigan: Diocese to meet in convention

October 21, 2006

  • HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania: Baxter to be consecrated bishop of Central Pennsylvania
  • SAN LUIS OBISPO, California: El Camino Real diocese to meet in convention
  • CLEVELAND, Ohio: Biblical storytelling festival and honors cathedral canon

October 22, 2006

  • TRENTON, New Jersey: Celebrating anniversary of women's ordination
  • WASHINGTON, D.C.: Cathedral State Day honors Alabama

October 23, 2006

  • NEW YORK CITY: Fosdick Convocation set for fifth year

October 24, 2006

  • SEWANEE, Tennessee: DuBose Lectures to feature Christopher Bryan
  • ALEXANDRIA, Virginia: Dean of Canterbury Cathedral to visit VTS

October 28, 2006

  • SCOTTSDALE, Arizona: Second annual Healing Mission Weekend
  • NATIONAL: A Live Internet Conference

October 27, 2006

  • SEATTLE, Washington: Diocese to meet in convention
  • NASHVILLE, Tennessee: Diocese to meet in convention
  • DULUTH, Minnesota: Diocese to meet in convention
  • LAYTON, Utah: Diocese to meet in convention
  • SPRINGFIELD, Massachusetts: Diocese to meet in convention
  • CRANSTON, Rhode Island: Diocese to meet in convention
  • KANSAS CITY, Missouri: Diocese to meet in convention
  • BANGOR, Maine: Diocese to meet in convention
  • OMAHA, Nebraska: Diocese to meet in convention
  • ABILENE, Texas: Diocese to meet in convention
  • BOSTON, Massachusetts: Diocese to meet in convention
  • DEARBORN, Michigan: Diocese to meet in convention
  • CLEVELAND, Ohio: Diocese to meet in convention
  • CHEEKTOWAGA, New York: Diocese to meet in convention
  • ROCHESTER, New York: Diocese to meet in convention
  • ERIE, Pennsylvania: Diocese to meet in convention
  • BURLINGTON, Vermont: Diocese to meet in convention

October 28, 2006

  • SCOTTSDALE, Arizona: Second annual Healing Mission Weekend
  • NATIONAL: A Live Internet Conference
  • PUERTO RICO: Diocese to meet in convention
  • MT. VERNON, Illinois: Diocese to meet in convention
  • VALPARAISO, Indiana: Diocese to meet in convention

October 29, 2006

  • WASHINGTON, D.C.: Native American clergy and lay leaders gather in Washington
  • CHARLESTON, West Virginia: Evensong at St. John's
  • NEW YORKCITY: Bishop Taylor celebrates 45th anniversary to priesthood


October 30, 2006

  • SAN ANTONIO, Texas: Congregational Development Seminar set for Texas


November 5, 2006

  • FAYETTEVILLE, Arkansas: Phyllis Tickle to speak at St. Paul's


November 9, 2006

  • NATIONAL: Health Ministry in the Small Church: An Introduction
  • RICHMOND, Virginia: 'Going Forward Together: Third Millennium Christianity'

November 17, 2006

  • WESTBOROUGH, Massachusetts: Christian Education Network set for November

Music


October 18, 2006

  • NEW YORK CITY: Musical season continues at St. Bartholomew's Church
  • PITTSBURGH, Pennsylvania: Music programs begin at Trinity Cathedral

October 19, 2006

  • WASHINGTON, D.C.: "Word to the City" Revival featuring Carl MaultsBy

October 22, 2006

  • NEW YORK CITY: Celebrating ministries of the Presiding Bishop and his wife
  • SAN FRANCISCO: Organ recitals at Grace Cathedral

October 27, 2006

  • THOUSAND OAKS, California: Timothy Howard to perform modern score for "Nosferatu"

October 29, 2006

  • THE PLAINS, Virginia: Grace Church Concert Series in The Plains opens

November 17, 2006

  • NEW YORK CITY: Music at Holy Trinity continues

November 19, 2006

  • WASHINGTON, D.C.: Cathedral Choral Society concert season continues


EVENTS

October 18, 2006…

NEW YORK CITY: Evening with Archbishop Desmond Tutu and author John Allen

On October 18, Trinity Church, Wall Street will host a conversation with Archbishop Desmond Tutu and author John Allen in celebration of the new book "Rabble-Rouser for Peace: The Authorized Biography of Desmond Tutu."

Books will be available for purchase during the reception and book signing.

Reservations are required; please RSVP to Chant Ingram at ingram@trinitywallstreet.org or 212.602.0880.

The online telecast will be available at http://trinitywallstreet.org.



Coming October 19, 2006...

INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana: Diocese to meet in convention

The Diocese of Indiana will meet in convention October 19-21 at the Hilton Indianapolis North.

More information


PARIS, France: Diocese to meet in convention

The Convocation of American Churches in Europe will meet in convention October 19-22 at the American Cathedral of the Holy Trinity.


SEATTLE, Washington: Book reading and signing

Saint Mark's Episcopal Cathedral will sponsor "Fleeing from Fundamentalism: A Minister's Wife Examines Faith," October 19, 7-9 p.m., at Bloedel Hall.

Carlene Cross, author and parishioner at Saint Mark's, will read from her book which gives a thoughtful, humane, and honest account of her experiences in and beyond fundamentalism. A book signing will follow.

For more information call Eliacin Rosario-Cruz at 206.323.0300 ext. 297, or email erosario-cruz@saintmarks.org.


Coming October 20, 2006…

SOUTH FORK RANCH, Parker: Diocese to meet in convention

The Diocese of Dallas will meet in convention October 20-21.

SPOKANE, Washington: Diocese to meet in convention

The Diocese of Spokane will meet in convention October 20-22 at the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist.

HARTFORD, Connecticut: Diocese to meet in convention

The Diocese of Connecticut will meet in convention October 20-21 at Christ Church Cathedral.

SALINA, Kansas: Diocese to meet in convention

The Diocese of Western Kansas will meet in convention October 20-21.

BOISE, Idaho: Diocese to meet in convention

The Diocese of Idaho will meet in convention October 20-21 at the Holiday Inn and Convention Center.

HONOLULU, Hawaii: Diocese to meet in convention

The Diocese of Hawaii will meet in convention October 20-21 at St. Andrew’s Cathedral and Prince Kuhio Hoten.

OVERLAND PARK, Kansas: Diocese to meet in convention

The Diocese of Kansas will meet in convention October 20-21 at the Overland Park Marriott.

For more information visit: www.episcopal-ks.org

WAUSAU, Wisconsin: Diocese to meet in convention

The Diocese of Fond du Lac will meet in convention October 20-21 at the Jefferson Street Inn.
 
For more information visit: www.diofdl.org

GAYLORD, Michigan: Diocese to meet in convention

The Diocese of Eastern Michigan will meet in convention October 20-22 at St. Mary's Cathedral.

For more information visit: www.eastmich.org

SPARTANBURG, South Carolina: Diocese to meet in convention

The Diocese of Upper South Carolina will meet in convention October 20-21 at Church of the Advent.

For more information visit: www.edusc.org

WISCONSIN DELLS, Wisconsin: Diocese to meet in convention

The Diocese of Milwaukee will meet in convention October 20-21 at Chula Vista.

For more information visit: www.diomil.org

PEORIA, Illinois: Diocese to meet in convention

The Diocese of Quincy will meet in convention October 20-21 at Cathedral Church of St. Paul.

For more information visit: www.dioceseofquincy.org

PORTAGE, Michigan: Diocese to meet in convention

The Diocese of Western Michigan will meet in convention on October 21 at the Cathedral of Christ the King.

For more information visit: www.edwm.org



Coming October 21, 2006…

HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania: Consecration of the Rev. Dr. Nathan D. Baxter

The consecration of the Rev. Dr. Nathan D. Baxter as Bishop of Central Pennsylvania will take place on October 21, at the Zembo Temple, 2801 N. 3rd Street.

The preacher for the consecration will be the Most Rev. Desmond Mpilo Tutu, Anglican archbishop emeritus of Cape Town, South Africa, and the winner of the 1984 Nobel Peace Prize. The Most Rev. Frank Griswold, Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church, will be the chief consecrator.

Seating for the event is open; no tickets are required, and the Central Pennsylvania and diocesan community are invited to join in the celebration. Parking is available in the Temple parking lot.

The consecration activities will begin at 10 a.m., with a Gospel Music Fest featuring the State Choir of the Pennsylvania Churches of God and Christ and the Lancaster McCaskey Senior High School Gospel Chorus. Choirs from Episcopal, Lutheran, and Methodist congregations in Central Pennsylvania have also been invited to participate in the liturgical choir.

SAN LUIS OBISPO, California: Diocese to meet in convention

The Diocese of El Camino Real will meet in convention October 21.


CLEVELAND, Ohio: Biblical storytelling festival and honors cathedral canon

On October 21, 9:30 a.m. - 5 p.m., Trinity Cathedral will present the Joseph P. Russell Memorial Storytelling Festival featuring master storytellers Donald Davis, Barbara McBride-Smith and Corinne Stavish and Cleveland storyteller Beverly Lloyd. The event, which will include large-group plenary sessions and small workshops, is designed for storytellers, interfaith religious educators, clergy and those interested in learning more about storytelling.

The festival will also present a free concert storytelling which will be open to the public 7:30 - 9:30 p.m. In addition, a freewill offering will be collected. All three master storytellers will give the sermon at Trinity Cathedral's 9 am and 11:15 a.m. services on October 22.

Registration is available at http://www.trinitycleveland.org or by calling 216.774.0414. Admission is $10 before October 18 and $15 at the door. Child care is available with advance registration and boxed lunches cost $7.50.

WASHINGTON, D.C.: Cathedral State Day honors Alabama

The state of Alabama will be honored October 22 at the 11 a.m. service at Washington National Cathedral. As part of its national ministry, Washington National Cathedral has for many years individually honored each state in the union. During worship services, the government and people of that state are prayed for.

Call 800-622-6304 for further information.


Coming October 22, 2006...

TRENTON, New Jersey: Celebrating anniversary of women's ordination

Trinity Cathedral in Trenton, New Jersey, will hold a festive Eucharist on October 22 at 4 p.m., to celebrate the 30th anniversary of women's ordination to the priesthood.

Assisting Bishop Carol J. Gallagher of Newark will preach.


Coming October 23, 2006…
NEW YORK CITY: Fosdick Convocation set for fifth year
Under the theme "For the Living of These Days," Riverside Church's Fifth Fosdick Convocation on Preaching is set for October 23-26, at church. 
The Fosdick Convocation, named for Riverside's founding pastor Harry Emerson Fosdick, calls on progressive Christians to renewed vigor in challenging times. This year’s speakers will include the Rev. Barbara Brown Taylor, an Episcopal priest and professor of religion at Piedmont College in Georgia; Bishop Barbara C. Harris, the first woman elected bishop in the Episcopal Church; and Diana Butler Bass, senior fellow at the Cathedral College of the Washington National Cathedral in Washington, D.C.
The Convocation has been jointly sponsored by Auburn Theological Seminary, Union Theological Seminary, Drew University Theological School, General Theological Seminary, New York Theological Seminary, Yale University Divinity School, Cathedral College in Washington D.C., Trinity Church-St. Paul's Chapel, and New Brunswick Theological Seminary.

For more information and registration
 


Coming October 24, 2006…

SEWANEE, Tennessee: DuBose Lectures to feature Christopher Bryan

The Rev. Dr. Christopher Bryan, C.K. Benedict Professor of New Testament at the University of the South's School of Theology, will present the 2006 DuBose Lectures on the topic, "The Resurrection of the Messiah," Oct. 24-25.

The annual lecture series is sponsored by the School of Theology and will be held in Guerry Auditorium. The public is invited to attend all three lectures. For more information call 800.722.1974 or e-mail theology@sewanee.edu.

ALEXANDRIA, Virginia: Dean of Canterbury Cathedral to visit VTS

A public forum titled, "The Role of Canterbury in the Anglican Communion" and featuring the Very Rev. Robert A. Willis, dean of Canterbury Cathedral, will take place October 24, 1 p.m. at Virginia Theological Seminary.

For more information call 703.461.1764.


Coming October 27, 2006…

SEATTLE, Washington: Diocese to meet in convention

The Diocese of Olympia will meet in convention October 27-28 at the Hilton Seattle Airport and Convention Center.

NASHVILLE, Tennessee: Diocese to meet in convention

The Diocese of Tennessee will meet in convention October 27-28 at Christ Church Cathedral.

For more information visit: www.episcopaldiocese-tn.org

DULUTH, Minnesota: Diocese to meet in convention

The Diocese of Minnesota will meet in convention October 27-28 at the Duluth Entertainment and Convention Center.

For more information visit: www.episcopalmn.org

 LAYTON, Utah: Diocese to meet in convention

The Diocese of Utah will meet in convention October 27-28 at the Davis Conference Center.

For more information visit: www.episcopal-ut.org

SPRINGFIELD, Massachusetts: Diocese to meet in convention

The Diocese of Western Massachusetts will meet in convention October 27-28 at the Springfield Sheraton.

For more information visit: www.diocesewma.org

CRANSTON, Rhode Island: Diocese to meet in convention

The Diocese of Rhode Island will meet in convention October 27-28 at Rhodes on the Pawtuxet.

For more information visit: www.episcopalri.org

KANSAS CITY, Missouri: Diocese to meet in convention

The Diocese of West Missouri will meet in convention October 27-28 at the Kansas City Downtown Marriott - Muehlebach Tower.

For more information visit: www.diowestmo.org

BANGOR, Maine: Diocese to meet in convention

The Diocese of Maine will meet in convention October 27-28 at the Spectacular Events Center.

For more information visit: www.diomaine.org
 
OMAHA, Nebraska: Diocese to meet in convention

The Diocese of Nebraska will meet in convention October 27-29 at the Double Tree Hotel.

For more information visit: www.episcopal-ne.org

ABILENE, Texas: Diocese to meet in convention

The Diocese of Northwest Texas will meet in convention October 27-29 at the Abilene Civic Center.

For more information visit: www.nwt.org

BOSTON, Massachusetts: Diocese to meet in convention

The Diocese of Massachusetts will meet in convention October 27-28 at Trinity Church - Copley Square.

For more information visit: www.diomass.org

DEARBORN, Michigan: Diocese to meet in convention

The Diocese of Michigan will meet in convention October 27-28 at the Hyatt Regency.

For more information visit: www.edomi.org

CLEVELAND, Ohio: Diocese to meet in convention

The Diocese of Ohio will meet in convention October 27-28 at Trinity Commons.

For more information visit: www.dohio.org

CHEEKTOWAGA, New York: Diocese to meet in convention

The Diocese of Western New York will meet in convention October 27-28 at the Millennium Hotel.

For more information visit: www.episcopalwny.org

ROCHESTER, New York: Diocese to meet in convention

The Diocese of Rochester will meet in convention October 27-28 at the Hyatt Regency.

For more information visit: www.rochesterepiscopaldiocese.org

ERIE, Pennsylvania: Diocese to meet in convention

The Diocese of Northwestern Pennsylvania will meet in convention October 27-28 at the Cathedral of St. Paul and Gannon University.

For more information visit: www.dionwpa.org

BURLINGTON, Vermont: Diocese to meet in convention

The Diocese of Vermont will meet in convention October 27-28 at the Cathedral Church of St. Paul.

For more information visit: www.dioceseofvermont.org




 Coming October 28, 2006...

SCOTTSDALE, Arizona: Second annual Healing Mission Weekend

St. Anthony on the Desert will present the Healing Presence of Christ, a healing mission weekend hosted by the St. Anthony Chapter of the Order of St. Luke the Physician and the Daughters of the King October 28-29.

This year's mission will welcome the Rt. Rev. William Frey, retired Bishop of the Diocese of CO and a dynamic speaker on the subject of health and ministry, as keynote speaker for the weekend; and the Rev. Brad Berglund, director of Reinventing Sunday, an ecumenical ministry that offers worship consulting, worship renewal seminars, and workshops on Taize-style worship.

The weekend will feature worship in the style of Taize, including how congregations may start this style of worship in their own services; a Healing Arts and Ministries Exhibition; a children’s program and the keynote address given by Frey and his wife Barbara.

For more information contact Jill Kyler at jillkyler@st-anthony.net.

NATIONAL: A Live Internet Conference

Join a remarkable panel via the latest technology on October 28 to learn how to share your faith at work. 

Trinity, Wall Street and the Diocese of Texas have partnered to produce a live Internet conference at no cost for participating congregations or individuals.  Simply log on to the website at the scheduled time to hear General Charles Bolden, a retired astronaut and Marine Corps General; New York playwright Jennifer Jones and the Rev. Jeff Fisher, former Chief Financial Officer for Hand Benefits and Trust in Houston and now rector of St. Alban's, Waco. Each will share how they share their faith with coworkers and colleagues in an engaging dialogue followed by a live question and answer session from across the country.

Most of us feel like apprentices when it comes to living and sharing our faith in the workplace. Knowing how to integrate our Sunday worship experience into our day-to-day life is challenging and yet it is part of our Baptismal promises.  Gather a group at your church, host members from surrounding congregations and engage with us in a lively discussion of our calling as Christians.  You will go away better equipped to live your faith at work.

After the hour-long Internet broadcast, local congregations may engage in small group work for an additional hour to share their own experiences and respond to the lessons they have learned.

Times for the live webcast are:

9 -10 a.m. Pacific Time

10 a.m. - 11 a.m. Mountain Time

11 a.m. - 12 p.m. Central Time

12 - 1 p.m. Eastern Time

Complete facilitators instructions, small group questions and technical information are included on the website

For more information contact Julie Heath at 800-318-4452 or jheath@epicenter.org.

PUERTO RICO: Diocese to meet in convention

The Diocese of Puerto Rico will meet in convention October 28 at the Diocesan Center.

For more information visit: www.iepanglicom.org

MT. VERNON, Illinois: Diocese to meet in convention

The Diocese of Springfield will meet in convention October 28-29 at St. Mary's Roman Catholic Parish Center.

For more information visit: www.episcopalspringfield.org

VALPARAISO, Indiana: Diocese to meet in convention

The Diocese of Northern Indiana will meet in convention on October 28 at St. Andrew's.

For more information visit: www.ednin.org


Coming October 29, 2006...

WASHINGTON, D.C.: Native American clergy and lay leaders gather in Washington

Cathedral College will host an Episcopal Native American Clergy and Lay Leaders Gathering October 29-31 in Washington, D.C.

For information contact the Office of Native American Ministries at 800.334.7626 ext. 6203 or email ECDID2@episcopalchurch.org

CHARLESTON, West Virginia: Evensong at St. John's

St. John's will hold its All Saints Evensong at 5 p.m. All are welcome.

NEW YORKCITY: Bishop Taylor celebrates 45th anniversary to priesthood

All are invited to the 45th anniversary celebration of Bishop E. Don Taylor's ordination to the priesthood.

Taylor and the Rt. Rev. Alfred C. Reid of Jamaica were ordained together. Join them on October 29, 3 p.m. at the Episcopal Church of the Intercession as they renew their priestly ordination vows.

For more information call 212.932.7349.


Coming October 30, 2006...

SAN ANTONIO, Texas: Congregational Development Seminar set for Texas

"Start Up! Start Over!" sponsored by Congregational Development, is a training seminar for laity and clergy providing the basics of congregational growth. It will be held October 30-November 3 in San Antonio, Texas.

For more information call Sally O'Brien at 800.334.7626, ext. 6003 or email
sobrien@episcopalchurch.org


Coming November 5, 2006…

FAYETTEVILLE, Arkansas: Phyllis Tickle to speak at St. Paul's

St. Paul's, Fayetteville, Arkansas, will present Phyllis Tickle, November 5, 7 p.m., as the next speaker in their McMichael Lecture Series. Her lecture is entitled, "The Church and the Believer."

Tickle, an Episcopalian, is well known for her series of prayers, "The Divine Hours", and the widely-acclaimed and best-selling trilogy "Stories from The Farm in Lucy." In her current work "The Night Offices," she offers prayers, psalms, hymn texts and other readings, covering the hours from late evening to early morning.

For many years she served as contributing editor in religion to Publishers Weekly, and is frequently quoted in sources such as USA Today, Christian Science Monitor, New York Times, PBS, NPR, and the Hallmark Channel.

The lecture is free and open to the public. A reception and book-signing will follow. Childcare is provided in the parish nursery. For additional information, visit: www.stpaulsfay.org or call 479.442.7373.

St. Paul's Episcopal Church is located at 224 N. East Avenue.


Coming November 9, 2006…

NATIONAL: Health Ministry in the Small Church:  An Introduction  

The eMinistry Network, in collaboration with the Episcopal Church Center Office of Congregational Development and the National Episcopal Health Ministries, will sponsor two one-hour teleclass entitled "Health Ministry in the Small Church: An Introduction" on November 9, 8 p.m. (EST) and November 14, 4 p.m. (EST.)

Health Ministry in a local congregation is an intentional ministry focusing on both healing and health, and combining the ancient traditions of the Christian community and the knowledge and tools of modern health care.  The class will have a focused presentation of information along with plenty of time for questions and answers.

These free sessions are open to anyone from a congregation of 70 or less and are interested in learning about health ministries and how to incorporate health ministry as part of pastoral care and outreach in their congregation.

The Rev. Jean Denton, senior associate rector at St. Paul's Indianapolis, and Maryfran Crist, regional representative for National Episcopal Health Ministries and a parish nurse in rural Illinois, will lead.

For registration and information
 


Coming November 16, 2006…

RICHMOND, Virginia: 'Going Forward Together: Third Millennium Christianity'

St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, Richmond, Virginia and the Cathedral of St. Philip, Atlanta, will host "Going Forward Together: Third Millennium Christianity" at St. Stephen's, November 16-19.
 
The conference will combine networking in "best practices" for local church leaders with presentations by a distinguished group of international speakers reflecting on the changing shape of Christianity in First and Two-Thirds World cultures.

Participants will attend panel discussions and plenary sessions with such speakers as authors Phyllis Tickle, Brian McLaren and Diana Butler Bass, and "emerging church" leaders Karen Ward and Peter Rollins.

An international panel composed of Jenny Te Paa, theologian and educator in New Zealand and the only lay indigenous woman appointed head of an Anglican Theological College; Bishop David Beetge, an Anglican from South Africa; Bishop Mano Rumalshah, an Anglican from Pakistan; and Sathi Clarke from India, who now teaches at Wesley Seminary, will consider the church and the culture from a different and enlightening perspective.

The panel will be moderated by William L. Sachs, director of the recently-formed Center for Reconciliation and Mission, Richmond, Virginia.

Online registration and detailed information about workshops, speakers, hotel accommodations and a conference schedule are available at www.goingforwardtogether.org. Brochures are available by calling 804.288-3318, ext. 335.


Coming November 17, 2006…

WESTBOROUGH, Massachusetts: Christian Education Network set for November

The Christian Education Network of the Episcopal dioceses in New England are set to sponsor, "God's Story - Our Story: At All Times and In All Places" Christian Formation: Generation to Generation, November 17-18, at the Doubletree Hotel in Westborough, Massachusetts. Children, youth, young adults and adults will be engaged in experiential activities for sharing their Christian story through art, worship, prayer, storytelling at home, in church and in the community. Concrete ideas will be presented and experienced so that all ages can take new ideas back home to use and practice again with family, friends and neighbors.

The main presenter will be Masankho Kamsisi Banda, a multi-disciplinary performing artist, educator, spiritual healer and peace builder from Oakland, California. He will weave his skill of storytelling, dance and drumming from his Malawian culture.

The Rev. Mark and Kathy Bozzuti-Jones, of St. Bartholomew's Church, New York City, will also lead. Their passions include liturgical renewal, spiritual development and writing for children and adults.

In addition to experiential workshops and worship, "The Discovery Center" will be available for hands-on learning throughout the event as well as a bookstore.


MUSIC

Coming October 18, 2006...

NEW YORK CITY: Musical season continues at St. Bartholomew's Church

From Bach's ever-popular Brandenburg Concerti to ring in the New Year, to Brahms and his German Requiem as an offering for Holy week, the Great Music at St. Bartholomew's 006-2007 season has begun. A list of the October offerings follows:

October 18—Elizabeth Woo, violinist
October 21—The Pharos Music Project
October 24—Manhattan String Quartet: Beethoven I
October 25—Ran Dank, piano
October 26—"Sons of Bach:" Music of the Galant Era
October 29—Marilyn Horne Foundation: Evan Hughes

For times and admission call 212.378.0248.

PITTSBURGH, Pennsylvania: Music programs begin at Trinity Cathedral

The following programs are scheduled for this fall at Trinity Cathedral:

October 18—Douglas Bruce, organ recital
October 25—Cynthia Pock, cantor; Andre Bierman, tenor soloist
October 28-29—Bach Choir of Pittsburgh, Thomas W. Douglas, conductor
November 8—Dr. David Lamb, organ recital
November 15—Virgina Schaap, voice and flute recital

For tickets and times call 412.232.6404 ext. 124.


Coming October 19, 2006...

WASHINGTON, D.C.: "Word to the City" Revival featuring Carl MaultsBy

Join Organist Carl MaultsBy as he performs at the "Word to the City" Revival, October 19-20, 7 p.m. at the Washington National Cathedral. Admission is free.

For more information call 202.537.6200.


Coming October 22, 2006...

Music will honor Presiding Bishop, Phoebe Griswold

On October 22 at 5 p.m., Church of the Heavenly Rest will host a Festive Choral Evensong to celebrate the ministries of Presiding Bishop Frank T. Griswold and his wife, Phoebe.

The evensong will feature two anthems with texts by the Presiding Bishop set to music by composer Bruce Saylor and the offering from this service will be donated to Anglican Women's Empowerment (AWE), of which Phoebe is a founding member.

Featured works to be performed include:

Anthem: "Welcome the Morning Star", Scored for a cappella SATB choir, for the University Choir, Harvard University, Edward Jones, organist and director of Music;

Anthem: "The Power of Your Love", Scored for three treble voices and a cappella mixed choir, commissioned by Summerfest, Saint James Cathedral, Chicago in honor of the 10th Anniversary of Griswold's consecration as Bishop of Chicago;

"Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis in G" by Bruce Saylor. Composed in memory of Giovanni Conticello;

 "Let All the World in Every Corner Sing" by Ralph Vaughan Williams, from "Five Mystical Songs." Performers are the Choir and Choristers of the Church of the Heavenly Rest, Mollie Nichols, director of music, Steven Lawson, assisting organist, Arthur Murray, trumpet.

For more information call 212-289-3400 or visit: http://www.heavenlyrest.org/.


SAN FRANCISCO: Organ recitals at Grace Cathedral

Grace Cathedral is a space like no other in the Bay area to experience the deep connection between art and spirit. All are invited to attend free organ recitals October 22 and 29, featuring Andrea Macinanti, Bologna Cathedral, Italy and Thomas Foster, former Grace Cathedral interim associate musician, consecutively.



Coming October 27, 2006…

THOUSAND OAKS, California: Timothy Howard to perform modern score for "Nosferatu"

Dr. Timothy Howard, director of organ studies at CSUN, will perform his modern score for the 1922 silent film, "Nosferatu," October 27, 7:30 pm at St. Patrick's Episcopal Church.

Howard will play live as the film is screened in the tradition of the movie palaces of the pre-talkie era. This Halloween event is part of "The Arts at St. Patrick's," a performance series that integrates diverse musical styles into the church experience.

"Nosferatu," directed by F.W. Murnau and starring Max Schreck, is a cinema adaptation of Bram Stoker's Dracula released nine years before the version starring Bela Lugosi. Howard wrote a new score for "Nosferatu" in 1991 as part of its restoration and re-release.

A children's Halloween party will be held on the St. Patrick's grounds simultaneous to the Howard performance/screening. Crafts, treats and age-appropriate videos will be featured. The children's party is free to all families purchasing tickets for the performance/screening.

Tickets are $15 for adults, $10 for students, available for purchase in advance or at the door. For more information about the "The Arts at St. Patrick's" series, contact Steve O'Connor at 805.495.6441.

St. Patrick's Episcopal Church is located at One Church Road, off El Monte Drive, one block north of Janss Road.


Coming October 29, 2006…

THE PLAINS, Virginia: Grace Church Concert Series in The Plains opens

The 2006-2007 season of the Grace Church Concert Series in The Plains offers great variety and quality in programming, as well as some innovations.

The American Boy choir will return to open the series on October 29 at 5 p.m. Long established as the premiere boys concert choir in the USA, its members come from around the country to pursue a rigorous academic and musical curriculum in grades 5 through 8 at the only non-sectarian residential boy choir school in the nation. Renowned worldwide for appearances with prominent orchestras, on TV, radio and movie soundtracks, their program will include a medley of gospel and spiritual songs.

For admission prices and information call 540.253.5177 or visit: www.gracechurch.net.


Coming November 16, 2006…

NEW YORK CITY: Music at Holy Trinity continues

Music at Holy Trinity continues on November 16 with Jorge Avila, violinist and Kenneth Huber, pianist; November 17 with the Rome Trio: Marilyn Neeley, pianist, Jody Gatwood, violinist and Michael Mermagen, cellist; November 19 with the Mannes College of Music's annual city-wide festival.

Admission is $20 adults and $15 seniors and students. The Church of the Holy Trinity (Episcopal) is located at 316 East 88th Street.

For more information call 212-289-4100 ext. 210 or visit Holy Trinity's website.


Coming November 19, 2006…

WASHINGTON, D.C.: Cathedral Choral Society concert season continues

Highlights this fall of the 2006-2007 concert season of the Cathedral Choral Society, directed by J. Reilly Lewis and based at Washington National Cathedral, include a performance by the Choir of Westminster Cathedral, directed by Martin Baker, of Bach's Mass in B Minor at 4 p.m. November 19.