Advent and Christmas Events at Your Cathedral

H appy Advent and Merry Christmas!  The Cathedral has several events and services to celebrate and worship our Jesus who came to save us.  Whether you prefer hymns, carols, children dressed as angels, or euphoniums, you are bound to find the true source of joy as we celebrate to the coming of our Savior this season.  Please mark your calendars to attend as many of these events as you can, and invite any friends or family who are visiting or those who need “Joy to the World” and “Peace and goodwill towards all men!”  We look forward to celebrating Christ together as a church family this December!


ADVENT LESSONS AND CAROLS  Sunday, December 2 at 11:15am

During our 11:15 service, we will celebrate the start of Advent with six lessons about the incarnation from the word as well as traditional hymns and carols with the choir.

TUBA CHRISTMAS  Wednesday, December 12 at 7:30pm

A tuba and euphonium performance of Christmas classics at the Cathedral.


Several local churches will come together at the Cathedral to celebrate Advent together with carols, hymns, and worship.  Please come and unite with our ecumenical brethren to praise our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ who came down and incarnated into the world corrupted by our sin to bring it back to him through his most precious life, sacrifice, and resurrection.

CHRISTMAS EVE PAGEANT  Monday, December 24 at 5:00pm

The children of the Cathedral will guide us to the heart of Christmas though performance, song and the word.  If you are interested in participating, please go to the website and follow the link for online registration.

CHRISTMAS EVE SERVICE  Monday, December 24 at 10:00pm

Through the beauty of the classic hymns and inspired texts we remember Jesus stepping off of his throne and humbly being born and living a life of transforming service and redeeming love to all.  Pre-service music starts at 10, the service will start at 10:30.

CHRISTMAS DAY SERVICE  Tuesday, December 25 at 10:00am

Celebrate the incarnational birth of Jesus with a Christmas morning Eucharist.