The Cathedral Bookstore sells a wide range of books, supplies and gifts. Book selections include titles in several categories: Worship in the Episcopal Church, bibles and bible study, preparation for sacraments, prayer and meditation, spirituality, biography, children’s books, fiction, history, and titles addressing worldly issues from a spiritual point of view.
The Bookstore also provides church supplies such as church registers and occasional service booklets through special order. We carry a selection of prayer beads and greeting cards.
The Cathedral Bookstore Hours
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Friday
8:45 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Sunday
We've all become accustomed to her face and her Australian accent, but after 31 years of dedicated Sunday morning volunteering in the Cathedral Bookstore, Wendy Bentlif is going to retire from weekly Sunday work. Her loyalty, efficiency, and capabilities have been beyond measure and there is really no way to adequately thank her for all she has done to make the Bookstore a success from its inception. For now, the good news is that she will continue to do book embossing on Wednesdays, and she will be able to partake of more Cathedral offerings on Sunday mornings. God bless you Wendy, you are a treasure.
As we adapt to this change in our community of volunteers, we are grateful to have Roxanne Dolen and Laura Dowdy in training this fall.
Cathedral member Merrilee Cunningham’s new book of poetry, “Something Will Come to Us,” is available, as well as seasonal items including Advent calendars.
The Dean’s Book Club discusses a different book each month, including novels, nonfiction, and books on spirituality and faith. Books are selected by the group and are available for purchase from the Cathedral Bookstore. All are welcome. The club meets in the McGehee Conference Room from 6:30–8 p.m. as follows:
Wednesday, November 5
“No Great Mischief” by Alistair MacLeod
Generations after their forebears went into exile, the MacDonalds still face seemingly unmitigated hardships and cruelties of life. Through comic and heartbreakingly tragic stories, we discover the hope against hope upon which every family must sometimes rely.
Wednesday, December 3
“The Meaning of Jesus: Two Visions” by Marcus Borg and N.T. Wright
In alternating chapters, Marcus J. Borg and N.T. Wright consider the major questions of the historical-Jesus debate. This is a simple, clear orientation to some of the most important biblical questions of our time.
Wednesday, February 4
“All the Light We Cannot See” by Anthony Doerr
Ten years in the writing, this beautiful, ambitious novel follows a blind French girl and a German boy whose paths collide in occupied France as both try to survive the devastation of World War II. This is a novel to live in, learn from, and feel bereft over when the last page is turned.