The Cathedral of St. Philip - Atlanta, GA

Cathedral Antiques Show

Volunteers Needed for Antiques Show

The Cathedral Antiques Show, benefiting A.G. Rhodes Health & Rehab’s dementia program, will be January 24-27 and many volunteers are needed in three hour periods on each day. We need help taking tickets, checking coats, relieving dealers for breaks, working in the garden club cafe, serving afternoon tea, and assisting in the dealer hospitality room. Please go to tinyurl.com/2018ShowVolunteers for a list of volunteer opportunities. Your help is much appreciated and so important in making the Show a success! Please email Beverly Gwynn if you have any questions.

Something to Talk About

The Antiques Show’s tradition of great talks and book signings continues this year. On Thursday, February 9, interior design superstar Alexa Hampton will give a presentation at 10:30 a.m. followed by a book signing, and SCAD alumnus Chuck Chewning, who designed the award-winning renovation of Venice’s legendary Gritti Palace hotel, will give a presentation at 1:30 p.m. Dallas-based interior designer Cathy Kincaid, whose exquisite work truly exemplifies our 2017 theme, The Art of Gracious Living, will give a presentation at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday. February 11.

A Person—A Job—­A Step

This Sunday, August 28, at 10:10 a.m., our adult Sunday School classes will kick off the year in a combined class in Child Hall to hear from representatives from First Step Staffing, the beneficiary of the 2017 Cathedral Antiques Show. The Dean’s Forum and Old Fashioned Sunday School will combine for this presentation; all are welcome to join! First Step Staffing will give a presentation on “A Person—A Job—A Step,” including discussion of poverty and homelessness in Atlanta.

Antiques Show Beneficiary to Speak

Next Sunday, August 28, at 10:10 a.m., the Dean's Forum and Old Fashioned Sunday School will kick off the year in a combined class in Child Hall to hear from representatives from First Step Staffing, the beneficiary of the 2017 Cathedral Antiques Show. They will give a presentation on the causes of poverty and homelessness in Atlanta. First Step Staffing works to secure sustainable income for individuals transitioning from homelessness, regardless of their ability to work, because steady and sustainable income is the only permanent, reliable path out of homelessness.

Antiques Show Beneficiary Opens New Community Center

Covenant House Georgia (CHGA), the beneficiary of the 2015 Cathedral Antiques Show, is a 46-bed crisis shelter where youth are given the opportunity to achieve stability, work with a case manager, and develop a plan for the future. CHGA's Community Service Center, funded in large part by the Cathedral Antiques Show's contribution, provides services to address immediate and long-term needs of youth including but not limited to education plans, job training, resume building, and wellness planning. Join us on Wednesday, May 11 at 12:45 p.m. for remarks and a ribbon-cutting ceremony with a reception and tours to follow.

Cathedral Antiques Show Beneficiary Applications

Although the 2016 show just wrapped up two weeks ago, the Cathedral Antiques Show is already looking to next year! The Cathedral Antiques Show is accepting applications for its 2017 beneficiary. Applications can be found online at cathedralantiques.org. Viable applicant organizations will be Atlanta-area non-profit human services organizations that can demonstrate exemplary stewardship of resources, excellent governance, high operational efficiency, and lasting positive outcomes for populations served. The Cathedral Antiques Show is particularly interested in helping charities for whom the show's support will be transformational. The deadline is Monday, February 29, 2016.

Antiques Dealers

For the 45th Cathedral Antiques Show, we have over two dozen carefully selected dealers of period furniture, jewelry, art, and accessories ranging from 17th-century antiques to iconic mid-century modern pieces. You can find the perfect piece, begin a collection, or simply enjoy browsing and learning from the experts about their unique wares. Purchasing a run-of-show ticket allows you to enjoy the antiques all three days from February 4-6, as well as view the flower festival and take pleasure in the complimentary afternoon tea.

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