Golden Stars, please join us on Monday, November 28.
At 12 noon we will have lunch at the Bristol located at 600 West Main.
Then we will tour the Frazier Museum located on 824 West Main Street. They will be displaying a new attraction called “Rivalries” like UK/UL and Hatfield’s/ McCoys. They also have the bourbon experience and many other attractions. The price of admission is $10 or $12 depending on which tour we take.
Urgent Appeal from Central Louisville Community Ministries
There are currently no funds available in Louisville to assist those with past due LG&E bills who are at risk of disconnection. CLCM has served between 63 and 86 clients per month this year with LG&E assistance, keeping those folks in their homes (many landlords evict if utilities are not paid) with lights and heating/cooling on. Yesterday we have started having to turn people away, as our grant funds have been expended. Normally our grant funds would last the entire calendar year, but this year has been extraordinary. Federal assistance for Covid has ended, and with gas and grocery prices so high, people can’t afford to pay their bills. Any funding provided would go directly to our clients in our neighborhood needing assistance to keep their utilities on. Thank you!
1824 Painting with a Cathedral History is highlighted by WFPL
WFPL posted an article about the restored Matthew Harris Jouett painting, The Dead Christ Mourned (The Three Maries), which goes on display at the Speed Art Museum beginning Saturday, October 12. To view, click here.
This year the fund goal for the Cathedral Parish is $128,900 and the Parish Participation Goal is 161 households.
As of November 18, our parish has donated $51,310 with 91 households participating.