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Compline: Sunday Nights at 9pm Every Sunday in Lent, we will end the weekend with this beautiful ancient service of Compline: “a service of evening prayers forming part of the Divine Office of the Western Christian Church, traditionally said (or chanted) before retiring for the night.” About 20 minutes long, this service is a reflective […]

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Holy Week & Easter Services

THIS HOLY WEEK, as we prepare for Easter and the celebration of Jesus’ resurrection, join us at your neighborhood church for a variety of services, both ancient and modern. March 29 Palm Sunday 7:45am | 9:15am | 11:15am (with childcare at 9:15 and 11:15) Palms are waved high as we celebrate Jesus’ triumphal entry in Jerusalem. April […]


Lenten Offerings @ Your Cathedral

There are a number of great offerings during the Season of Lent* at the Cathedral. Please consider taking up one, two or all of these as a part of your Lenten disciplines. We will also have free Lenten devotionals available as of Sunday, February 15, written by students at Trinity Seminary. Please pick one up […]

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The Bennetts to take up new calling

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February 15, 2015 Dear friends, It is with mixed emotions that I write this letter. It is hard to believe that four years have past since I first had a conversation with our Dean and Rector, Peet Dickinson, about the possibility of coming to do an internship here at the Cathedral in the summer of […]

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Lenten Lunch Series begins Feb 19th


Lenten Lunch Series: Thursdays @ 12pm Join us this Lent, every Thursday at noon (Feb 18-Mar 26), as we journey towards Holy Week by exploring the theme of prayer. Each week at our midweek communion service from 12pm-12.30pm, we will have a guest preacher who will give a homily (brief sermon) on a particular aspect […]

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The Men’s Hike is coming! April 23-26


Sign up now for our Spring Men’s Hike! What is it? Well, a men’s hike is a time on a mountain where a man can get away from the distractions of everyday life, let his guard down, and reignite the relationship with God that he needs. Who can go? Any man who is physically able to hike […]

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Some resources for family discipleship

We talk a lot about parents and grandparents having the primary role in discipling their children and grand children, but you may be wondering what are some resources that can help you do that. Well here are some that have been tried or recommended. Also, if you have something you can recommend then please email […]

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Got questions? Your Cathedral 101


New to the Cathedral or just got questions about Anglicanism? Want to find out more about who we are and what it means to be a member of the Cathedral? At this event on Monday, March 9 from 7-9pm we will look at what does it mean to be an Anglican and what does it mean to belong […]

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Why should we pray for our government leaders?


The following is the text of a homily from our lenten series by Dr. Andrew Alwine on the Prayers of the People. Join us on Thursdays at 12pm throughout Lent for the rest of the series. This is going to be an awkward and uncomfortable homily. This is not just because I have the spiritual gift […]

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A Lenten Article by Martha Horn


The very early Christian church Fathers encouraged the use of sackcloth and ashes to begin a 40-day season of Lent. This was in reference to the 40 days Jesus spent in the desert being tempted by the devil. Tertullian (c. 160-220 AD) wrote that the penitent must “live without joy in the roughness of sackcloth and the squalor of […]

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Sermon: February 22, 2015


“You and Me” February 22, 2015 | The Very Reverend R. Peet Dickinson IV, Dean and Rector Lesson – Genesis 9:8-13 Gospel – Mark 8:31-38 Download If you are having trouble listening to the audio file, please download it by right clicking the download link and choosing ‘Save Target As’ on Internet Explorer, ‘Download Linked […]

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