Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper - Feb. 13
Prepare for the long fast with a wonderful feast! The Cathedral will observe the last day before Lent with our annual Shrove Tuesday pancake supper. Revelers of all ages are invited to Reynolds Hall on February 13, 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. to enjoy music, friends, and plenty of pancakes.
Shrove Tuesday is celebrated the evening before Ash Wednesday. The word comes from “shrive,” meaning to repent or make sacrifice. In medieval times, meat, fats, eggs, milk and fish were restricted during Lent and to keep such items from being wasted, Shrove Tuesday became a time to consume any of these items so they wouldn’t spoil. *Information from epicenter.org Learn more about this special day.
We also need volunteers! From setup on Monday all the way through post event, it takes many incredible folks to make Shrove Tuesday happen. Join one of our Volunteer Krewes and be a part of this joyful Cathedral tradition.