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Lent invites us to dive deep into our faith... It’s about getting lost in the wilderness,

only to find ourselves more profoundly connected to the path of those who walked before us. 

As the chill of winter gradually yields to the budding promise of spring, we warmly invite you to join us on a transformative journey during Lent. From the solemnity of Ash Wednesday to the jubilant celebration of Easter, the season of Lent is more than forgoing favorite treats – it’s about engaging in a deeper exploration of our spiritual selves that transforms our prayer into action.

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Sundays, at 8:30 &11am

February 18 - March 24 

This Lent, we are excited to introduce our special sermon series, “Unwavering Love: From Covenant to Resurrection,” offering a profound experience of God’s enduring promises, found in the Old Testament covenants and fulfilled in the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus. In “Unwavering Love,” we’re not just retracing steps in the sand; we’re dancing in the footsteps of biblical giants. From Abraham’s steadfast faith under the starlit sky to the transformative waters that awaited Noah, we connect these ancient stories to our Lenten journey and the promises awaiting us in Easter’s baptismal joy. Join us from Ash Wednesday to Easter Sunday as we learn and journey together, guided by God’s unwavering love. Embrace this sacred season with us, finding renewed hope and spiritual growth that can transform our world. We eagerly await your presence as we begin this spiritual journey to the resurrection joy of Easter!

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Friday, March 15 & Saturday, March 16

at The Cathedral Domain

Spring Retreat at Cathedral Domain! ​All Cathedral Young Adults and Families are invited to a weekend of rest, reflection, and service. There is no cost, but folks will need to bring their own food and beverages. Please sign up below!

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Sunday, March 24


Join us at 4pm on Palm Sunday to experience Fauré's Requiem. Fauré’s sublime musical reflection on life, death, and resurrection is a deeply meaningful way to prepare our hearts for Holy Week.

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Sundays, March 3, 10, and 17


We will be celebrating Confirmation on Sunday, April 14th. For those interested in being confirmed or considering joining the Episcopal Church, please sign up for our confirmation classes Sundays March 3, 10, & 17 at 10am.

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Tuesday, February 13


Join us for our annual Shrove Tuesday pancake and cajun dinner! Dinner will begin at 5:30pm and fun activites for kids and families will start at 6:15pm. RSVP if you plan to join us for dinner. Click below for details.

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Wednesday, February 14

7am, 12:05pm, & 7pm

Ash Wednesday is a holy day of prayer, fasting, and repentance. It marks the beginning of Lent, a season of 40 days (excluding Sundays) leading up to Easter Sunday. It is a time to reflect on our lives, seek repentance, and prepare spiritually for the celebration of Easter. Ash Wednesday is a solemn day that signifies humility, mortality, and the acknowledgment of our human frailty.

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Lunch & Learn Series

Preparing Well for End of Life

5 week group, Sundays at 12:30pm

Beginning Feb. 18

Join us for a five-part Lunch & Learn course focusing on practical end-of-life preparations you can make now, as an incredible gift for your survivors. Each Sunday in Lent, our own Robert Hoagland will lead us in preparations for financial, legal, and funeral pre-planning, as well the practical aspects of dealing with the death of a loved one.  

CLICK HERE to register today! There is a course fee of $50 per person that covers 5 weeks of lunches and extensive printed resources. Scholarships are available if needed; for more information, please contact Reverend Thomas at  


Sundays, at 10am

February 18 - March 24 

Our Sunday Forum in Lent features a 4 week discussion of “Letters to Malcolm: Chiefly on Prayer,” led by C.S. Lewis scholar Dr. Devin Brown. The Rev. Thomas Becker and Dean Carol Wade will conclude our Lenten forums with a 2 week guide to our profound Holy Week journey.

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Wednesdays, February 21, 28, & March 6

Dinner at 6pm*, Program at 6:30pm 

*Please RSVP to join us for Dinner

Rev. Charles will lead a series of discussions on his award winning book, A Human-Shaped God. Over this three week series, we will explore together how having a human-shaped God transforms our faith.

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Sunday, March 3

12:15 - 2:15pm

Children will prepare their hearts for Holy Week through interactive storytelling, fun crafts, and a meal.

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