Celebrating Black History Month
Join our opportunities to explore how Black Americans have shaped America's life and enriched our journey of faith. This year, you can add your own story using our new augmented reality app as we celebrate a rich tapestry of cultures, experiences and heroes.
Black History Month: Finding God in Our Strugglecathedral connects
Sometimes we need to look at our history, troubled as it may be, to see the hand of God leading us in the struggle through human heroes that are sent to guide and console us. And that's exactly why Black History Month is so important. read full blog post
Save the Date: Upcoming Events
This is Our Story: Changing Narratives to Build Racial Equity
Wednesday, Feb 15 • 7 pm
Join us in-person or online for an evening discussion at the Cathedral as we probe how our institutions – government, religion, history and the arts – can reimagine the stories we tell with an aim toward creating a more just future.
Holy Eucharist & HBCU Welcome Sunday
Sunday, Feb 19 • 11:15 am
The Cathedral welcomes alums, organizations, families, and communities representing the Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). Dr. Christine Johnson McPhail, President of St. Augustine University in Raleigh, NC, preaches. The service includes music and prayers celebrating HBCUs with the choir of Bowie State University, Maryland’s oldest HBCU, joining the Cathedral musicians.
A Call to Action: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. from the Canterbury Pulpit
Sunday, March 5, 12, 26 • 1 pm
Save the date(s)! As part of this year's Take On Lent programming, the Rev. Canon Leonard Hamlin will lead a discussion series about the ongoing relevance of Dr. King's final Sunday Sermon. More details to follow and registration will open soon.