Holy Week: Good Friday at the Cathedral

Holy Week: Good Friday at the Cathedral

Good Friday, 12 pm / Sung Liturgy of the Day with the Trinity Choir
7 pm / The Seven Last Words
Charles Tournemire: Sept Chorals-Poèmes d’Orgue pour les Sept Paroles du Christ
David Boeckh & Bruce Neswick, organists

Liturgical and Spiritual Workshops

The Liturgy & Music Commission and the Commission on Ministry – Committee for Baptismal Ministry (COM-B) are proud to present a day of workshops focused on formation and ministry.

Spiritual and Liturgical Workshops
September 21
9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
St. Francis of Assisi, Wilsonville

After a time of gathering and opening worship, attendees will have the option to choose up to four of the following workshops to attend:

  • Acolyte training
  • Anglican Prayer Beads
  • Book of Common Prayer 101
  • Centering Prayer
  • Christian Yoga
  • Eucharistic Minister training (EM)
  • Eucharistic Visitor  training (EV) (takes up three workshop slots)
  • Labyrinth walk
  • Lector training
  • Ministry Gifts and Skills
  • Morning Prayer
  • Plainsong
  • Prayer Shawls
  • Praying the Daily Office
  • Praying with Icons
  • Taking Ministry to the Streets

Lunch will be provided and the registration fee is $10. Please complete the form below to register.

New Ministry: Canon Liturgist

Bishop Michael is pleased to announce that the Rev. Canon Raggs Ragan is stepping into the newly created position of Canon Liturgist.
The Canon Liturgist responsibilities are:

  1. Available to plan and organize special liturgies for the Bishop and for diocesan functions.
  2. Available to lay and ordained members of the Diocese for specific and general questions, information, and brainstorming about liturgy.
  3. Ex officio member of the Commission for Liturgy and Music.
  4. Available to consult with clergy/parishes about larger liturgical development and planning for agreed consulting fees. 

Raggs most recently served as Canon for Spiritual Formation at Trinity Cathedral, Portland, retiring in September 2017. She has helped a number of people with ordinations and celebrations of new ministry, as well as answering questions (and teaching classes) about such things as Sunday celebrations and funerals and weddings and Holy Week observances. Her joy is using her skill and knowledge to assist people in bringing their vision to life within the scope of our beautiful tradition.