140 4th Street, North
St.Petersburg, Florida 33701
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Daughters of the King
Cathedral Women (ECW)
Episc. Relief & Devel.
Friends of St. Aelred
Lay Eucharistic Visitors
St. Veronica's Gld.
Cathedral Ministries, Guilds and Affiliated Community Organizations
Cathedral parishioners maintain many thriving ministries--both
within the walls of the Cathedral
as well as throughout
the wider world
skilled, hard-working volunteers
to keep all our wonderful programs running so well--
to work with our children in the
Lay Eucharistic Visitors
to take communion to those unable to attend our Sunday services; the
St. Veronica's Needlepoint Guild
to maintain our hand-sewn kneelers, knit chemo caps and prayer shawls; the
to take such loving care of our worship space; as well as
to pull off our many
. One could go on and on.
But our members are not content to work exclusively within the walls of the Cathedral. Here, we strive to live by the words of
, Anglican preacher, prophet, and Archbishop of Canterbury during World War II:
"The Church exists for the benefit of those who are not its members."
Thus, Cathedral parishioners can be found addressing
the needs of the homeless
through ministries such as
Safe Harbor Servers
; serving dinner to
local residents living with AIDS
via our monthly
; mentoring impoverished children as part of our
program; providing a summer Vacation Bible School for children in the
; as well as donating, wrapping and delivering gifts to the families living at
(a local organization originally founded by members of the Cathedral that provides education, job-placement services, life-skills training and long-term transtional housing for
homeless families with minor children
Over the course of its history, the Cathedral has helped found and grow a number of successful local organizations which now function on their own as independent non-profits. These include Resurrection House, as well as
Suncoast Manor Apartments
. In recognition of that long-standing tradition of working on behalf of the poor and oppressed, the Cathedral was recently named a
by the national Episcopal Church.
We welcome all newcomers to join any of the Cathedral's ministries and
help keep the Cathedral doing God's work in the world on into the future.
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