Sunday, Dec. 13, 5pm: Lessons and Carols: The Christmas Story in Word and Song. From “O come, O come, Emmanuel” to “O come, all ye faithful” we will sing our way through the story of Christmas. Led by the Cathedral Choir and the Jubilation Ringers we will hear scripture, sing carols, and listen to inspirational music as we prepare for the coming of the Christ Child.
Welcoming all people to worship joyfully, care deeply and act boldly as followers of Christ.
Saturday, Dec. 5, 10 am-4 pm: Advent Quiet Day with Bishop Bob Ihloff. Our Advent Quiet Day won’t even be a full day, just 6 hours, beginning and ending on time. Bring a bag lunch - beverages and fruit will be provided. Our Quiet Day will include several reflections on the themes of Advent led by Bishop Bob Ihloff followed by reflection times.
Sunday, Nov. 29th is the first day of Advent. Click for ways to connect with people around the world during Advent while sparking your creativity.
This year we will be supporting Paul’s Place in their Holiday Baskets for families in need. Your donations are needed for Christmas baskets by Monday, Dec. 7th.
The Cathedral leadership has begun an intentional period of exploration which we are calling “Discerning the Path Forward.” This is a time to assess the future leadership needs of the Cathedral and in particular, to discern if the Rev. Rob Boulter, Acting Dean, should be called to the position of Dean. Click to read about the process, and to participate in the new survey.