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Mon, Apr. 25th, 2005, 09:36 am
janetsalsman: Canterbur-E-Tales

U C - B E R K E L E Y C A N T E R B U R - E - T A L E S

FROM: April 25 to May 1


Come, My Way, My Truth, My Life
by George Herbert

Come, my Way, my Truth, my Life:
such a way as gives us breath;
such a truth as ends all strife;
such a life as killeth death.

Come, my Light, my Feast, my Strength:
such a light as shows a feast;
such a feast as mends in length;
such a strength a makes his guest.

Come, my Joy, my Love, my Heart:
such a joy as none can move;
such a love as none can part;
such a heart as joys in love.

Collect for the Week

O Almighty God, whom truly to know is everlasting life: Grant us so perfectly to know thy Son Jesus Christ to be the way, the truth, and the life, that we may steadfastly follow his steps in the way that leadeth to eternal life; through the same thy Son Jesus Christ our Lord, who liveth and reigneth with thee, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever. Amen.

This Week's Doings

Holy Eucharist
Eucharist is offered daily at:
All Souls Parish at 9:00 a.m. (Cedar and Spruce)
(except on Thursdays, when it is at noon)
and at: CDSP (2451 Ridge Rd.) at 11:30, except on Thursday when it is
at 5:45 p.m.
and on Wednesdays and Fridays at:
St. Mark's at 12:10 p.m. (Bancroft and Ellsworth)
and on Wednesdays at:
St. Clement's at 11:30 a.m. (Claremont Blvd., near Ashby)

Thursday’s Food for Thought:  Mind-games. As finals, and final papers/projects loom, it's time to put the CRANIUM to a different use. So come prepared to exercise the little grey cells in a more relaxing way. And, to round out the event, bring whatever music you use to calm down.. Dinner at 6:30, discussion following. At Canterbury House (2334 Bancroft, across from the RSF).

Other Noteworthy Events

Next week’s Food for Thought:  Make Us Bread. Meet at 6 at St. Mark’s (next to Canterbury House) to bake bread for the homeless.

Canterblogging!  Send your browser over to:  http://berkcantfound.livejournal.com.  We’ve begun a blog site!  You’ll find announcements, questions, commentary, answers.  Whatever!?  Please visit it often, and chime in the discussion.  If you have any questions, contact Gary!

Canterbury Calendar:  We’ve put the Canterbury Calendar on-line!  Check out the upcoming Food for Thought programs, other dates of interest, where Gary will be preaching/celebrating, even the Eucharistic lectionary for Sundays and Holy Days to come.  You can view it by day, week or month.  If you click on an event, the details will appear in a pop-up window.  Check it out at:   
If you have iCal, you can subscribe to the calendar at:

Want to Live at Canterbury House? We have spaces open! Contact Janet (janet@berkeleycanterbury.org) or apply online at www.berkeleycanterbury.org (follow the links for the service learning community).

AmeriCorps: Bonner Leaders Program/Destination College: Interested in serving as a Cal Corps staff member, as a volunteer coordinator at a community organization, or tutoring and mentoring local K-12 youth? You should apply for one of our AmeriCorps Programs (Bonner Leaders, Students in Service, or Destination:College)! All AmeriCorps positions provide an educational award to help you pay for school, and involvement in an intensive leadership training program. Join us! Applications are at: http://calcorps.Berkeley.edu

Soul Food for The Activist: Sustaining Ourselves for a Lifetime of Service Workshop Series. Finding Peace in the Midst of Exams (and Everything Else). Friday, April 29, 12-1:30 pm, Chinquapin - MLK. The end of the year is a roller coaster of feelings, thoughts, anxieties, worries, fears, joys, and excitement. Is it possible to be peaceful in the midst of this? Absolutely. The key is to learn to live fully in the present moment with a deep acceptance of things as they are. This experiential workshop will draw from meditation practices, discussion, and inquiry. We will explore practices, tools and principles for finding peace, balance, and calm amidst the change and busyness of our lives. Diana Winston is a Buddhist teacher, writer, activist, and author of Wide Awake: A Buddhist Guide for Teens. She is the founder of the Buddhist Alliance for Social Engagement. RSVP to ccorps@berkeley.edu

Keeping it All in the Air, Wednesday, May 11, 1:30-3 pm: Meet in Eshleman 505. Be on time as the group will move to an outdoor location! In her 13 years of juggling Erin Stephens has literally and figuratively learned how to "keep it all up in the air". Erin will share her journey as a juggler, and the amazing connection between juggling and every day life. Erin Stephens recently graduated from UC-Santa Cruz. Her research and senior thesis focused on Circus Arts and Social Change. RSVP to ccorps@berkeley.edu

Gary is riding to fight AIDS  From June 5 – 11, Gary will ride in the AIDS/LifeCycle 4, a 585-mile bike ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles, to help alleviate the suffering caused by AIDS and to help further AIDS prevention efforts around the world.  Please support him in his commitment.  Visit http://aidslifecycle.org/6107 to donate, and learn more.

Spiritual and Community Concerns

Suggested Bible Readings

Monday: Mark 1:1-15
Tuesday: Luke 8:1-15
Wednesday: Luke 8:16-25
Thursday: Luke 8:26-39
Friday: Luke 8:40-56
Saturday: Luke 9:1-17
Sunday: John 15:1-8

Collect for UC-Berkeley

O Eternal God, bless all schools, colleges, and universities and especially UC-Berkeley, that they may be lively centers for sound learning, new discovery, and the pursuit of wisdom; and grant that those who teach and those who learn may find you to be the source of all truth; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

Pray for:

Japanese train crash victims and their families:

Give thanks for:


Other Stuff

Gary’s Office Hours:

Monday Off
Tuesday            11-1
Wednesday        9:30-10:45
Thursday           2-5
Friday               9:30-11:30