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!

New & Notable

Congregation Season of Giving

During the Thanksgiving and Advent seasons, the congregation is collaborating with local partner organizations to give back and brighten the spirits of those in need in our community.

•  Thanksgiving Basket Drive

Help us reach even more of our friends and neighbors with Thanksgiving meals in 2019!

You can sign up to contribute baskets, donate funds toward the purchase of baskets, and volunteer with organization and distribution. Get involved and learn more here!

•  Advent Giving Tree

It’s easy as 1-2-3 to help make Christmas a joyful occasion for children in our community!

  1. Choose tag(s) from the Advent Giving Trees in the rear of the nave on Sunday, Dec. 1 or 8. Each tag will provide the child’s age and gender. You can also adopt a family with several children, ensuring each child in the family receives a gift this Christmas.
  2. Purchase your age-appropriate gift(s). Suggestions include toys, books, athletic gear, clothing, and gift cards. If you wish to contribute funds toward gift cards, please do so on Sundays via cash or check.
  3. Deliver your new and unwrapped gift(s) along with the original tag(s) before or after Sunday services. If you adopted an entire family, please return all unwrapped gifts in a bag together. All gifts must be contributed no later than Sunday, Dec. 15.

Three Books and a Bishop: November Author Series

Canon Vicar Dana Corsello invites you to join a three-week clergy-author series moderated by Bishop Mariann Budde. The Cathedral Congregation is pleased to honor its Diocesan Bishop and clergy colleagues for their work and valuable insights. The three books are different in theme but relevant and terrific reads. These November Wednesday evenings also include the opportunity to join for dinner and evening compline.

Meet the authors and register now! 

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New Course with the Canon Vicar

Canon Vicar Dana Corsello and Sister Josephine DiCalogero will offer a 5-session class on Vanderbilt Professor Amy-Jill Levine’s Short Stories by Jesus: The Enigmatic Parables of a Controversial Rabbi. The class meets Friday afternoons at 1 pm in the Cathedral Library, Beginning November 1 and meeting 11/8, 11/15, 11/22, and 12/6.

All are welcome to join this free class. To sign up, please email


Advent Meditations Signups

Each year during the season of Advent, daily meditations are written and offered by members of the congregation and Cathedral community.

Interested writers may sign up on Sundays through November 18 or by emailing Reflections should be 150-200 words and inspired by daily lectionary, other scripture, prayers, song or poetry, and should reflect your personal experience and sense of spirituality. Writers are encouraged to write a short concluding prayer.

Meditations will be posted from the first Sunday in Advent, December 1 through Christmas Day.


Cathedral Day 2019




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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

November 2019: eNews (PDF)

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