Every year Grace Cathedral chooses a theme to help provide focus and create new ways to grow as a community.
The Very Rev. Malcolm Clemens Young, ThD has shared that 2022 is the Year of Connection. From how we connect to our community through volunteering to connecting with our spirits through yoga practice or prayer, we hope to make progress in connecting with ourselves, each other, our city and beyond.
His letter of introduction is below.
Welcome to the Year of Connection at Grace Cathedral.
Even though we learned new technologies to communicate with each other, the COVID pandemic was also a pandemic of isolation. It left many of us feeling more alone, more distanced from each other and even from God.
This year we will explore how we can be more connected to each other as a congregation, how we might deepen our ties to neighbors and the many pilgrims and tourists who come to visit this region. We also hope to make progress in overcoming the acrimonious spirit of division that we see on the American political scene, and the divide that separates the rich and poor.
Through all of this we will find strength in our connection to the God who always calls us into a deeper life of holiness. We hope that you will be able to join us, that part of your mission this year will be to become more connected!
Connecting with Ideas, the Arts and Faith
The Forum is a series of stimulating conversations about faith, ethics and culture in relation to the important issues of this moment. Hosted by Dean Malcolm Young and open to all on Zoom, these interactive open discussions help us heal the divides that exist between us, and bring meaning to the way we live in the world.
Explore recent conversations of The Forum:
Every week Dean Malcolm Clemens Young shares stories that help us to notice how God is at work in the world. He brings observations from theology, philosophy, history, cultural studies, film and literature so that we can find hope and a little encouragement in our busy lives.
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Connect with us on Zoom through Morning Prayer — the perfect way to start each weekday. Episcopalian morning prayer is rooted in the monastic tradition and offers a deep sense of unity with other Christians throughout the world.
Our Sermons offer an insightful interpretation of Scripture that we can apply to our daily lives.
Growing with Grace is a series for children and their families which follows the beauty and wonder of the seasons of the church year at Grace Cathedral. Each video is designed to spark children’s sense of wonder and help families develop a worship practice at home.
What kinds of Connections are you hoping for at this moment?
We want to know what you are thinking, what you are doing and how we inspired you to reimagine church.
Have something to say? How did a sermon inspire you? Want to share your homework from our sermons? Email us or connect with us on social by using #heygracecathedral.