Jesus reminds us, don’t work for the food that perishes, but work for the food that endures. That will sustain you. That will feed you spiritually in the good times, in the tough times, and in the in between times. —Vicar Jan Naylor Cope
The life of the Cathedral Congregation begins with regular worship. It is in gathering week after week to pray and sing, to hear the Word proclaimed and preached, to share in the bread and wine at the Eucharist, that we are formed and shaped as a community. There are five opportunities to worship at the Cathedral each Sunday. We encourage you to experience the different liturgies, to find the time that works for you and the style of worship that will bring you back each week.
Whichever service you choose, you’ll see members of the Cathedral Congregation wearing purple name buttons, a sign of the role they play in the Cathedral’s hospitality to more than half a million people who visit each year. It is part of the Cathedral Congregation’s mission to be the friendly face of the church, greeting visitors, hearing their stories, and answering questions. It’s easy to get a purple button. You’ll receive one when you join the Congregation.
Sunday is not the only day for worship at the Cathedral. Monday through Saturday, there are gatherings for morning prayer, celebrations of the Eucharist at noon, Cathedral intercessions in the middle of the afternoon, and Choral Evensong or Evening Prayer to mark the day’s end. In addition, Eucharist is offered at 7:30 am on Wednesday and Saturday.
Music abounds at the Cathedral. It is central to our experience of worship, moving us and opening us up to the Spirit. Our volunteer choir, Cathedral Voices, is a mixed-voice group that sings at 8:45 am on Sunday and special services throughout the year. To learn more or audition, contact the Music Office at email@example.com.
To learn more about the worship services, including special upcoming services and to access the service archive, click here »