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Chick here for the Episcopal News Service about the American Cathedral in Paris.

2 Corinthians 9:7  Each man should give what he has decided in his heart to give, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver.

As part of the Stewardship of the American Cathedral building and campus, we are partaking in a mini fund-raising effort to raise the funds to furnish the building, decorate the new premises and allow us to fully take advantage of the renovated Cathedral, parish hall, offices and classrooms

This effort is called the American Cathedral Gift Registry and it is based upon the same principle as a wedding registry.  See Event Details>>
Over the last year, the Cathedral has put in place a new system to track important information about parish life. This system will manage many of the activities we undertake each season, serving as the principle means through which we will keep parishioners informed about our community, programs and worship.

Above you will find a link to an automated form, which you can quickly and easily fill out. Whether you are a pledging member, an attending parishioner, or a Friend and supporter in the US, we ask that you fill out this important form so we can be sure the information we have is accurate and up-to-date.

See the recent video about the Cathedral. The Episcopal News Service (ENS) is doing a series on Deans and Cathedrals. Here's ours - check it out in the upper right hand corner or click here.

Episcopalians are famous for (and usually proud of) our search for the via media, the middle way between competing extremes. Sometimes, though, our middle way seems downright confusing, not least when it comes to the way we manage our affairs.

If you're perplexed about how and why we manage things as we do and about what it means for our life as a parish, come join us for a discussion led by Bishop Whalon on Tuesday, April 22 (7:30-9:00 pm), in the library.