Thursday, June 18, 2015

Thursday (Bernard Mizeki)


  • Early morning treadmill workout (laying the weights aside until there's a stretch when I can be consistent with them).
  • Morning Prayer in the cathedral. 
  • The Administrator and I met with representatives of an office equipment company. Our copies is working fine, but it's 11 years old and we've been told that pretty soon they won't be able to get parts for it. So we're going to be getting a new one in due course. 
  • Took some more baby steps toward program planning for a clergy mini-conference in November. 
  • Did a fast-track exegesis and message development of a homily for Proper 19 (September 13 at St John's, Decatur). 
  • Celebrated and preached the regular cathedral liturgy, keeping the lesser feast of Bernard Mizeki, proto-martyr of South Africa. 
  • Lunch from Dynasty, the Asian place next to TG, eaten at home. 
  • Participated in a conference call with three staff members of Renewal Works, along with the rectors of five congregations that will be taking part in the fall 2015 "wave" of that spiritual vitality assessment tool. 
  • Reviewed some General Convention-related materials. 
  • Attended to an out-of-the-diocese pastoral issue. 
  • Reviewed the first quarter financial reports from the missions of the diocese. 
  • Evening Prayer in the cathedral.

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