Saturday, April 6th – Consecration of Bishop Mark Edington and Festive Reception at 11 am

Saturday, April 6th – Consecration of Bishop Mark Edington and Festive Reception at 11 am

Saturday, April 6 at 11:00am

You are cordially invited to the consecration of The Right Reverend Mark D.W. Edington as the new Bishop in Charge of the Convocation of Episcopal Churches in Europe. This very special ceremony will include clergy and friends from all over Europe and other parts of the world. The service will begin promptly at 11 am., and we recommend you arrive in plenty of time to get a good seat.

For more information and to RSVP to ensure the Cathedral can accomodate all guests, please click here.

The ceremony will be followed by a festive reception. We look forward to welcoming Bishop Edington with joy to his new post.

Musical Miscellany: A Program of Songs Without Rhyme or Reason - February 9

Musical Miscellany: A Program of Songs Without Rhyme or Reason - February 9

Mark Carroll, who for 13 years staged tributes to the composers and lyricists of Broadway and Hollywood, has put together a delightful evening of songs by Leonard Bernstein, Jerry Herman, Jerome Kern, Dorothy Fields, and more, sung by members of the Cathedral Choir as well as performers drawn from the world of opera and musical comedy.

 The concert, followed by tasty refreshments prepared by Sigun Coyle, will take place in the Parish Hall on Saturday, February 9th at 19h00.  

Our seminarian, Stéphanie Burette, will preach on Sunday, December 23

Our seminarian, Stéphanie Burette, will preach on Sunday, December 23

We are very pleased to welcome back Stéphanie Burette to the pulpit for the 9am and 11am services. Stephanie is a Candidate for Holy Orders, sponsored by the Cathedral and currently training at Yale Divinity School, Berkeley Divinity School and the Institute of Sacred Music, while doing an internship in New York City. With a particular interest in arts and theology, Stéphanie will graduate in May 2019, after which she shall be ordained to the transitional diaconate.