The Cathedral Congregation is an Episcopal faith community growing together into the fullness of Christian life.

The Cathedral Congregation is committed to walk together through regular worship, Christian formation, fellowship, pastoral care, and stewardship.

When you are ready to make the Cathedral your primary church home, we encourage you to complete an information form or contact Vicar Dana Corsello’s office.

You are also encouraged to meet members and learn about our community life by attending coffee hour on Sundays following the 9 am and 11:15 am services. Look for people wearing purple buttons!

Support the Cathedral Scholars Puerto Rico Mission Trip

Canon Vicar Dana Corsello and Cathedral Scholars Program Director Joseph Peralta are leading a mission trip to Ponce, Puerto Rico August 12-18, 2018 and would love your support.

We are partnering with the Episcopal Diocese of Puerto Rico and will be doing a rebuilding and refurbishing project for the church house/parish hall of a church in Ponce devastated by last year’s hurricane.  The hope is to inspire its parishioners to replace the church’s roof so services can resume. We will also be working with the local community and offering whatever it needs and we can handle.

Flights need to be purchased ASAP. Please email Joseph Peralta if you’re interested in helping support the Scholars.

Easter Basket Collection

Thank you!

The Cathedral community joined forces with Friendship Place to provide Easter baskets for those in need in the D.C. metro region.  Thank you to all who donated and helped assemble baskets!


Easter Basket Assembly Gallery



Notes from the Vicar

I began my work as the Cathedral’s Vicar in July and have discovered that the heart of my work is nurturing and growing the Congregation that calls this Cathedral church its spiritual home. My mission, and our collective charge, is loving our congregation into a community where all belong and can find their spiritual footing. Together, we will do this by creating and nurturing authentic relationships with one another through pastoral care, fun and gracious hospitality, stimulating Bible Studies and classes and a place where our children can claim the Cathedral too. Please help me to invite the Holy Spirit to gather our community and make us joyful witnesses of God’s love to the world. Based on my first few months in this wonderful place, I am confident it is going to be quite a ride!

join today

Take the first step in joining our community and complete the online information form:

information form

Lay Leadership

The Cathedral Congregation Committee (CCC) meets with the Vicar monthly to provide an interface for communication between the larger Cathedral and the Cathedral congregation.

Meet the Team

Congregation Newsletter

June 2018: eNews (PDF)

The Congregation newsletter is emailed to subscribers on the 15th of the month. To subscribe, submit your name and email address.