At the Cathedral of St. Paul we are centered in worshipping, belonging, and engaging.
Worship draws us together, uniting us in prayer, readings, and around the table of bread and wine. On Sundays, we gather at 10am for a service of Eucharist following our Episcopal tradition. Throughout the month we offer evening contemplative services. During covid, our services are all online, found on our Facebook page and YouTube channel. Our worship strengthens us to do the work of seeking justice, caring for creation, nurturing reconciliation, and spreading peace in the city of Erie, northwestern Pennsylvania, and beyond.
We are a place of belonging. Whether you are young or old, married or single, straight or gay, rich or poor; whether your faith is strong or weak, clear or uncertain, whether you are seeking or whether you have found, we welcome you. We gather for activities in the community, to serve, to engage in study, and to enjoy one another.
Our faith calls us to engage our city. We focus on partnering with organizations in Erie to work for justice, peace, and right in the city. Together with St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, we work with numerous community partners, from schools to local neighborhood associations. We help out with homeless shelters, feeding programs, holiday drives, advocacy groups, peace teams, and more. Christ calls us to serve; service is central to our mission. A few of our partners: