I write with a glad heart about the decision of the Supreme Court in support of marriage equality. While our church is still struggling with issues around same-sex marriage, the nation has taken a huge step forward in recognizing that marriage should be available to any couple who desires it. Click to read The Rev. Rob Boulter's sermon on marriage equality from Washington National Cathedral.
Welcoming all people to worship joyfully, care deeply and act boldly as followers of Christ.
On Wednesday, July 8, the Sidney Sussex College Choir from Cambridge, England will be performing at the Cathedral of the Incarnation during their US tour this year. This 7:30 concert by the world renowned choir will include sacred and secular choral works.
Camp Imagination Needs Volunteers! We are currently in the process of signing up 1st, 2nd, and 3rd graders from Franklin Square Elementary for Camp Imagination, which will take place the week of August 10 to August 15th. Campers will be arriving daily at 9:00 am and leaving by 3:30 pm. 24 children will be divided [...]
The Cathedral Chapter is excited to announce the “Chapter Challenge” a mini-campaign to close the gap in our 2015 budget. Over the course of the past year, we’ve made steady progress toward this goal through events like the Spring Soiree and plant sale. Now we want to kick it up a notch.
The Cathedral of the Incarnation is seeking applicants for a Canon for Formation position. The Canon for Formation is part-time (20 hours per week) working with the Dean and Cathedral Ministry Team to support, coordinate and develop formation activities for children, youth, and adults. The Canon for Formation designs, develops, directs and evaluates a total congregational education program and provides leadership to assist the congregation in building a solid foundation for Christian living, spirituality, ministry and outreach. Click to view the full position description and submit materials.
"On the Run: Fugitive Life in an American City" is a timely, topical, closely observed and searingly honest examination of an urban community much like Freddie Gray's Sandtown. The book study group, led by the Rev. Beth McNamara, will meet on June 15, 22, 29 and July 6 from 4:30 – 5:30PM in the Cathedral's Conference Room A.
We hope you will join us in our ninth year of working together with the Cathedral of the Incarnation, First English Lutheran Church, Second Presbyterian Church, SS. Philip and James Catholic Church and University Baptist Church. At this year’s G-Force VBS, kids explore how to put their faith into action.
Bishop Eugene Taylor Sutton's statement on the death of Freddie Gray and our prayers for Baltimore.