Join us for the celebration of the Holy Eucharist on the Eighteenth Sunday after Pentecost. The Very Reverend Randy Hollerith presides and the Right Reverend Marianne Edgar Budde preaches.
The Holy Eucharist (also known as Holy Communion, the Mass, or the Lord’s Supper) is the heart of the Cathedral’s worship life. Grounded in the rich traditions of the Episcopal Church, the service is set in the grandeur of the Cathedral nave. Our praise of God engages our senses, and the service draws the congregation together through prayers, scripture, preaching and musical offerings that blend familiar hymns, ancient and contemporary anthems, spirituals and gospel. All who seek a deeper relationship with God in Christ are welcome to receive Communion.
In our time of political polarization and rising societal anger, we long for another way to relate to one another. Out of that holy longing, we invite you to join a national movement called the BE Campaign to help make our communities a bit more like the Kingdom of God. Learn more about the BE Campaign here.
Reservations are not required for in-person worship. Learn more about our reopening at cathedral.org/faq.
This service will be streamed here on our website and our YouTube page.
Download the service leaflet.