The path from ashes to Alleluia is one that we walk together, in community. We make our way from the solemnity of Lent to the drama of Holy Week to the glory of Easter Sunday.

This Lent and Easter, we won’t be able to gather together as we normally would. But we can still make the journey together, wherever we are. Our holy season will look a little different this year, but the destination is the same.

We look forward to traveling with you. God bless you on your way.

Lent & Easter Season Pass

Grab your Lent & Easter Season Pass, and we’ll send each worship service, concert and online offering directly to your inbox. Events are webcast live, but you can join at a time that’s convenient for you.

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Journey Through Lent

Ash Wednesday Online Holy Eucharist

Holy Eucharist with Imposition of Ashes

Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of Lent: a time of fasting, prayer, self-examination, and preparation for the Easter Feast. Join us live for the traditional Ash Wednesday service, including the imposition of ashes, an ancient sign of repentance, which serves as a reminder of our mortality.

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Daily Lenten Meditations

Join us for the journey from Ash Wednesday to Easter. Sign up below to receive an emailed daily meditation written by Cathedral clergy during Lent:


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Lenten Vespers Series

Sunday Evenings in Lent • 6 pm eastern time

Journey with us through the Lenten season at our weekly contemplative services of prayer and music as we prepare for the joy of the Resurrection.

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Holy Week & Easter Online Services

Palm Sunday Online Service

March 28, 2021 • 11:15 am eastern time
Holy Eucharist with Liturgy of the Palms

We open Holy Week with a service marking the triumphant entry of Jesus into Jerusalem and move to the story of Christ’s utter rejection and crucifixion outside the gates of the city.

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Maundy Thursday Online Service

April 1, 2021 • 7 pm eastern time
Holy Eucharist with Stripping of the Altar

Maundy Thursday begins the Great Three Days (The Triduum) as we remember the Last Supper, the agony in the garden of Gethsemane and Jesus’ journey to the cross and crucifixion.

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Good Friday Online Service

April 2, 2021 • noon eastern time
Solemn Liturgy of Good Friday

On this most solemn of days, we offer a service of scripture, music, and ancient prayer to mark the suffering, crucifixion, and death of Jesus Christ.

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Easter Sunday Online Service

April 4, 2021 • 11:15 am eastern time
The Resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ: Festival Holy Eucharist

Join us as we proclaim the raising of Jesus Christ from the dead through word and song in a festive service marking the beginning of the Easter season.

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Lent & Easter Online Musical Performances

Palm Sunday Online Concert

March 28, 2021 • 6 pm eastern

Sopranos Laura Choi Stuart and Elissa Edwards present Leçons de ténèbres, an evocative piece by François Couperin that conveys the passion and agony of Holy Week.  As we walk with Jesus to Calvary, this concert provides a soundtrack for the emotional journey that takes us from the cross to the empty tomb. Escape the business of the world and feel the power of a week that changed history. 



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Easter Day Online Organ Recital

April 4, 2021 • 2 pm eastern

Celebrate the Risen Christ with Cathedral organists Thomas Sheehan and George Fergus as they play selection of uplifting music on the Cathedral’s Great Organ. You’re also invited to join the organists for a Zoom discussion of the music and the amazing instrument. Works of Lynn Trapp, Buxtehude, Simon Preston, John West, Florence Price, Denis Bédard, and Marcel Dupré. 

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Resources for Families & Kids

Download our Lent & Easter Companion for Children and Families, where you’ll find family-friendly resources for helping your kids experience a meaningful season.

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Take On Lent

Join the Cathedral Congregation and Take On rather than Give Up something for Lent. The journey begins on Ash Wednesday and then moves into weekly Wednesday evening online classes, fellowship, and compline.

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Every service, concert and program is made possible because of the generosity of individuals like you. Your gift of any amount will change countless lives through the unique and irreplaceable ministry of the Cathedral.

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