Here at the Cathedral, we’re all about rolling up our sleeves to be the hands and feet of Christ in the world. Across several different outreach ministries, we aim to follow Christ’s call to visit the sick, welcome the stranger, feed the hungry and clothe the naked. To get involved or to learn more about these ministries, please email us.

Friendship Place is dedicated to ending homelessness and rebuilding lives throughout the DC metro region. More than 2,500 people a year are served through programs that provide permanent supportive housing, rapid rehousing, job placement and medical and psychiatric care. 

Cathedral congregation members provide thousands of volunteer hours to help end homelessness across the DC area.

Martha’s Table is a community service organization in Downtown DC that assists the homeless and others in need to break the cycle of poverty.

Cathedral Congregation members work together regularly to make, assemble, and deliver sandwiches and other food items.

The Samaritan Ministry of Greater Washington helps those who are homeless or near-homeless gain self-sufficiency. Congregation members serve as volunteers and as Parish Partner Representatives from the Cathedral.

The Knitting ministry gathers twice a month to craft hats, scarves, mittens, socks and some larger items for area children through organizations such as Bright Beginnings and Beacon House. In 2015, members donated 190 hand-crafted items.

Both experienced knitters and beginners are welcome!