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Third Sunday of Lent

March 3rd

Lay Pastoral Ministers on call next week:

Jimmy Rosen, 601-594-1940,

Joan Bailey, 601-941-9906,

Sibyl Child, 601-954-5952,

THIS Saturday, March 2nd, 9am - Noon (bring a sandwich)

Prayer, meditation, fishing, reflection

Register at (no charge)

This 3-hour retreat is open to fishers (and non-fishers) of all types. We’ll share prayer, cast some bait into the water, and reflect on the spiritual symbolism of fishing. Rev. Nunnally, who has extensive experience leading outings of this type, says, “Fishing is something that ultimately puts us in contest with and integrated into God’s creation, and the uncontrollability of the natural world around us. When you are fishing, you are brought to the water’s edge. And as Christians, we are water people who believe in the water of baptism.”

Weekly Worship Schedule


8:30 a.m. | Holy Eucharist in the Chapel

10:30 a.m. | Holy Eucharist in the Nave & St. Julian's Chapel online


6:00 a.m. | Morning Prayers in St. Julian's chapel online


12:00 noon | Holy Eucharist in the Chapel

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When you send your Spirit, they are created, and you renew the face of the earth.

—PS 104:30

Join us for speakers, book groups, nature outings, and a Lenten Retreat this season!

Speakers each Sunday at 9:30am

THIS Sunday, March 3

The Reverend Pete Nunnally, priest at St. David’s Episcopal Church, Wilmington, Delaware

Sunday, March 10 | Deborah Mann, PhD. Retired professor of biology from Millsaps College

Clock Time in Nature

One-time offerings

🍃 Saturday, March 2nd | 9am - Noon: Fishing Retreat with Rev. Pete Nunnally, contact: Dean Anne Maxwell, 601-472-4001

🍃 Sunday, March 3rd | 3pm: Young Family meet-up at LeFleur’s Bluff Playground | contact: Sara Anne White, 601-720-7614

🍃 Thursday, March 21st | 4pm: DIY Fairy Houses at the Cathedral | contact Michelle Alexander for details and suggested supplies, 601-540-6479

Weekly offerings

(attendees may come on the weeks they are available- no need to commit to every week)

🍃 Tuesdays at 10:30am: Walk the Natchez Trace, meet at the old craft center (315 Rice Rd, Ridgeland), group will walk to the Overlook and back | contact: Robin Carter, 601-955-3443, and Kellye Montjoy, 601-540-7710

🍃 Thursdays at 12:30pm: bring your own lunch to the Cathedral Courtyard, attendees welcome to come early for the Thursday noon eucharist in the Chapel before lunch begins | contact: Dean Anne Maxwell, 601-472-4001

Inquirer's Class

Saturday, April 20

Ever wonder how the BCP can build your spiritual life or why we do the things we do on Sunday morning? Come learn! This class is required for any adults or youth interested in being confirmed at the Bishop’s visit next spring but is also open to anyone wanting to engage with the history of the Episcopal Church and its theology. Contact Dean Maxwell ( for details.

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Mississippi Chamber Orchestra

Sunday, March 3rd, 3:00pm

The orchestra will perform in the Cathedral Nave featuring violin soloist Marta Szlubowska and performing:

  • Ballet Suite, last movement, J-B Lully
  • Pavane, G.U. Fauré
  • Autumn/Winter from The Four Seasons, A.L Vivaldi
  • Suite #3, J.S. Bach

Music in the City

Tuesday, Mar. 5th, 5:15 cash bar, 5:45pm performance

This month, St. Andrew's and the Mississippi Museum of art present pianist Stephen Sachs. Performance is at the museum.

Bethel College Choir Concert

Sunday, March 10, 7:00pm

The choir will perform its show “Music Exploring American Identity,” led by conductor Henry S. Waters, at the Cathedral. Admission is free, donations are accepted.

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Easter Flowers

Please donate in any amount to our Flower Guild as a memorial or in thanksgiving for your loved ones this Easter. Send contributions to St. Andrew’s Cathedral, P.O. Box 1366, Jackson, MS 39215-1366. Your dedication and name will appear in the bulletin on Easter Sunday. Deadline is Monday, March 25. Questions to Laurie McCarley at

Bake Bread for Lent

Lent is here, and we need homemade bread! Novice and expert bakers alike are encouraged to help out—ingredients and recipe are provided (though you can use your own if you like). For more information and to sign up, visit

Realm Re-launch

Ever used Realm before? This app is an online directory, event listing, and more—a great way to stay in touch with the Cathedral community. Head on over to to log in to your account or request one if you don’t have it yet (you can also download the phone app there). Questions? Contact Gracey at

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Sunday's Readings