Our principal weekly Holy Eucharist anchors our worship life and prepares us for the week ahead. The Cathedral’s soaring architecture will point your eyes toward heaven as prayers, preaching and music open our hearts to God. Our worship is based on the traditions of The Episcopal Church. All who seek a deeper relationship with God in Christ are welcome to receive Communion. ASL interpretation is offered for this service.

Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the Ordination of Women to the Priesthood


This Festival Holy Eucharist commemorates the fiftieth anniversary of the ordination of women to the priesthood in The Episcopal Church with special prayers and guest preacher the Right Reverend Mary Glasspool, Assistant Bishop, Episcopal Dioceses of New York. Bishop Glasspool was the 17th woman elected to the episcopate in the Episcopal Church and the first openly lesbian woman to be elected to the episcopate in the Episcopal Church or in the larger Anglican Communion.

Join us in-person, or watch the livestream on our Holy Eucharist page or on the Cathedral’s YouTube channel.

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The Philadelphia Eleven screening

A screening of the The Philadelphia Eleven, documenting the story of the ordination that took place on July 29, 1974, follows the Eucharist service at 1:00. Registration is required to attend this screening. Register now