Our Homecoming Sunday is around the corner on Sept. 13th, and it will also be the first official day of Sunday School. To streamline the registration process, can you let us know if you plan on enrolling your children? Click above to register.
Welcoming all people to worship joyfully, care deeply and act boldly as followers of Christ.
The Rev. Dr. Angela Shepherd will leave the Cathedral staff and return full-time to the Diocesan staff at the end of September. Please join us on Sunday, September 27, after the 10:30 service for a reception to celebrate her ministry with us.
To start our church year, we are having a Ministry Fair on Sunday, September 20th following the 8:00 and 10:30 services in the Chapter room, Peabody room and, weather permitting, the courtyard. All of our wonderful ministries will be there so that you can see all that we do and get information about them.
Nearly one year after Trail of Souls, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission invites you to participate in a book study - Dear White Christians: For Those Still Longing for Racial Reconciliation, by Jennifer Harvey. Wednesdays, 7-8 PM, Sept. 2-Oct. 28.
Is Ta-Nehisi Coates’ Between the World and Me one of the books still on your to read list ? Now is the time to pick up the book and dive in. Beginning Tuesday Sept. 15, a discussion group will meet in Conference Room C @ 5:45 PM.
Justice & Outreach is involved in many ministries. Once a month we will be writing an update of our current activities to keep the Cathedral community informed. This month's post is written by John Mc Donnell, co-chair of the team.
Bishop Eugene Taylor Sutton and Ian Douglas, Episcopal bishop of Connecticut will teach an online course on a practical response to gun violence that is open to all from September 14-28, 2015.
Oct. 3-4: Join with the community at the Cathedral of the Incarnation to observe and celebrate the Feast Day of St Francis of Assisi, patron saint of ecology.
Sunday, Sept. 27, 4:00 PM - FREE! Founded in 1987, The Maryland State Boychoir brings together boys from all over the state of Maryland, from various ethnic, social, and economic backgrounds, to unite in a common love of singing.
Join acolytes from across the United States for a morning service of rededication and Holy Eucharist. Bring your processional crosses, banners, torches, thuribles, flags, and streamers for a festive procession of acolytes, clergy, and vergers. Workshops in the afternoon offer enrichment and instruction.
Thanks to your incredible response to the Chapter Challenge, the community surpassed the Chapter's $4000 donation by donating $6500 to help balance our budget. A sincere thank you to all who participated.