Cathedral Seniors was formed in February 2014 to create an opportunity for members of the congregation to meet for fellowship away from the hustle and bustle of Sunday services. It also provides better pastoral connections with the ministry team.
Held monthly February to November (inclusive) on the fourth Friday of the month at 2pm in the Barbara Darling Room, meetings usually include some news-sharing and a guest speaker connected with the Cathedral community, who has a story linking faith to work or other activities. We have a brief reading and prayer together and then afternoon tea – all over in time to travel home before peak hour.
While the group is called ‘Seniors’, people of all ages are welcome, whether they are members of Cathedral congregations or not. Contact Canon Emeritus Christopher Carolane for further information.
* Note 3rd Friday
|A Guided Tour of the Cathedral including the Organ|
with Mary Harris, Susan Hawley and Roslyn Carolane
Looking at the Cathedral with different eyes
|April 22||The Reverend Canon Dr Stephen Ames – Canon Emeritus|
On Becoming a Priest
|May 27||Felicity Costigan, CEO Anglican Foundation|
Serving God’s Justice with our Gifts
|June 24||Catriona Johnson – Researcher, Oceanography Department of CSIRO|
Living and Working in Antarctica
|July 22||Jo Knight, CEO of Anglican Overseas Aid|
The Work of Anglican Overseas Aid
|August 26||Mrs Denise Nicholls AOM|
Myanmar – the Golden Land?
|September 30||Fifth Friday of the month due to holiday on Sep 23|
Speaker to be advised.
|October 28||Speaker to be advised.|
|November 25||The Reverend Dr. Peter Carolane, |
Historian and Lead Minister at Merri Creek Anglican Church
The History of Aboriginal Missions at Lake Tyers