Whatever your church affiliation or spiritual practice, the Cathedral welcomes you at its worship services.
Adults, families, and children are welcome! The Cathedral is an Episcopal Church, and services follow Episcopal liturgy (the structure of the worship service). No tickets, passes, or reservations are necessary (except for groups) with the exception of Christmas Eve, Easter Day, and specifically noted special services.
7:45 am – Holy Eucharist
A traditional Rite 1 service without music in St. Mary’s Chapel.
8:45 am – Holy Eucharist
An inviting service in the nave which includes music led by the Cathedral’s volunteer choir, Cathedral Voices.
11:15 am – Holy Eucharist
Vibrant worship in the nave which includes a rich offering of sacred music from the Cathedral Choirs. Sermons are preached from the Canterbury pulpit; distinguished preachers from a variety of denominations are occasional guests.
4 pm – Choral Evensong
The evening service of sung prayer in the Anglican tradition offered by the Cathedral Choir which is particularly beautiful in the Cathedral setting. During the summer, Evening Prayer may be offered instead of Choral Evensong on some Sundays.
7:30 am – Holy Eucharist
Wednesday. A quiet morning service in Bethlehem Chapel includes a brief sermon by Cathedral clergy. Summer hiatus on Saturdays in July and August.
8 am – Centering Prayer
Wednesday. A time of contemplative prayer incorporating ancient tradition into contemporary spiritual practice. Centering Prayer is also on Monday and Tuesday evenings at 6 pm.
8:45 am – Morning Prayer
Daily. A simple service in historic Bethlehem Chapel greets the day with readings and prayers.
Noon – Holy Eucharist
Daily. Communion at mid-day takes place in the great choir and sanctuary. Led by Cathedral chaplains, this service includes a short sermon. Music is offered on major feast days.
5:30 pm – Choral Evensong
Monday through Thursday. The evening service of sung prayer in the Anglican tradition offered by the Cathedral Choir which is particularly beautiful in the Cathedral setting.