We are a welcoming faith community as diverse as the many faces of Santa Fe. Honoring every person as a child of God, we seek to walk with Christ, to love and serve those in need, in our own community and beyond. We worship in the Episcopal tradition and are nourished by prayer, study, and fellowship.
Somos una comunidad de fieles en la que todo el que lo desea es bienvenido, una comunidad tan diversa como las muchas caras de Santa Fe. Al honrar a cada ser como hijo de Dios, aspiramos a seguir los pasos de Cristo, a amar y servir a los necesitados de nuestra propia comunidad y más halla. Adramos según la tradición Episcopal y nos nutrimos espiritualmente de oración, estudio y hermandad.
On Saturday, September 20th beginning at noon everyone is invited to participate in the People’s Climate March. We will meet at the Plaza. Bring signs and banners representing Climate Change concerns and solutions.
This is a parallel event of the People’s Climate march in New york City to take concerted action on Climate Change.
A special ecumenical service ‘Welcoming the Word’, celebrating the wonderful gift of the St. John’s Bible Heritage Edition, will be held on Sunday, November 9 at 3PM at the Cathedral Church of St. John in Albuquerque. This service will feature special readings and music from a variety of faiths, all appropriate to mark this beautiful gift.
The Cathedral is seeking individuals who wish to be a part of the massed choir to join them for a choral workshop on Saturday, November 8 from 9:30am-Noon in Kaseman Hall. Coffee will precede the rehearsal and lunch will follow. For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org. There is a $10 participation fee payable to Friends of Cathedral Music.
The summer book club was a great success. If you would like to continue, or join a group, please contact Judy Spain by September 21 at email@example.com, and give her suggestions for the next book. She will contact interested people with the name of the book selected. The first meeting of the group (or groups) will be the week of October 5.
On Saturday, September 20, St. Bede’s will host two events to honor America’s native peoples. All are welcome to attend either or both.
2:00-4:00 pm: A workshop entitled Roots of Injustice, Seeds of Change: Towards Right Relationship with America’s Native Peoples. The goal of this workshop is to raise our awareness of the 15th-century European subjugation of non-Christian peoples and its continuing impact.
5:00-7:00 pm: Vigil Eucharist honoring Native American ministries of the Episcopal Church, which will integrate elements of Native American ministries.
Please RSVP for the first event to ensure enough materials are on hand. To RSVP and for further information, contact Fr. Doug Bleyle, or 505-913-7052.
On Sunday, September 21, parishioners Vicki Morgan and Bill Fajman will their own hand-made pottery for sale following the 8:00 am and the 10:30 am services. Proceeds will go to The Closet and to the Juárez Housebuilding Project.