Service of Morning Prayer & Reflection
Begin your weekday with an online service led by Cathedral clergy. Featuring prayers, readings from Holy Scripture, and contemplative music. Watch below, on YouTube, or join our Facebook community. Posted 7 am EST, Monday–Friday.
Watch the Rev. Canon Jan Naylor Cope’s sermon from July 25, 2021, the Ninth Sunday after Pentecost.
Oh the stories these stones could tell, if only they could speak. But now they can! One of our Old Testament prophets will be your personal guide to gargoyles, earthquake and all things Gothic. Look for the signs and scan the QR code on your next visit.
Bishop Yvette Flunder and Michael Vazquez, Director of the Religion and Faith Program at HRC, reflected on LGBTQIA leadership and the church during Pride month.
Fri, Jul 30, 2021 | 07:00am
Join Cathedral clergy for an online service of Morning Prayer. Videos are a...
Sat, Jul 31, 2021 | 10:00am
Join the Cathedral men’s discussion group. Lectionary readings are discus...
Sat, Jul 31, 2021 | 12:30pm
Cathedral Carillonneur Edward M. Nassor plays a recital most Saturday after...
Sun, Aug 1, 2021 | 11:15am
Join us in-person or online for the celebration of the Holy Eucharist on th...
Sun, Aug 1, 2021 | 01:30pm
Join Canon Vicar Dana Corsello and Cathedral clergy and staff for an hour t...
Sun, Aug 1, 2021 | 04:00pm
Join us on the Sunday evenings listed below as we explore playful practices...
All Are Welcome!
This Cathedral believes God loves you just the way you are. If you’re a member of the LGBTQIA community and have never felt embraced by the church, there’s a home for you here.
We are a House of Prayer for All People — no exceptions.
A new carving of Holocaust survivor and Nobel laureate Elie Wiesel serves as an eternal reminder that God is not indifferent to suffering. He joins Rosa Parks, Mother Teresa and other icons in the Human Rights Porch.
The Cathedral is now open for public worship on Sundays at 11:15 a.m. During the week, we invite you to experience the magic and wonder of “Les Colombes.” Click for details about health measures we’re taking to keep you safe.
It’s been almost 10 years since a rare 5.8 magnitude earthquake rattled the National Cathedral and caused $34 million in damage. With your help, we can restore this national treasure.