Below please find upcoming events at the Cathedral and Erie Episcopal. These offerings are a great place to start your journey in the Episcopal Church. There are ways to help the community, prayer opportunities, fellowship and more. You are welcome to join us at anytime! Contact the Cathedral Office for more details.
Taizé at St. Mark’s
We invite you to join us on Sunday, November 12 at 7:00 P.M. Taizé is an evening service of quiet, contemplative prayer. It includes candlelight, scripture, and prayerful meditation through song. We hope to create a thin place where you may encounter God and experience the power of silence.
Poetry of Praise in Good Times and in Bad
Paint the Night Away
Let’s Talk about Grief
Lake Erie Choral Artists Fall Concert
The LAKE ERIE CHORAL ARTISTS will perform their Fall Concert with A Tribute to William Byrd (1540-1623) at the Cathedral of St. Paul Sunday, November 19 at 4:00 pm. The 15-member a cappella choral group will perform classic repertoire of English Renaissance composer William Byrd, a few of his musical contemporaries, as well as some more modern composers. The stylistically varied program will last approximately 75 minutes. No tickets are required. Free will donations are gratefully received at the door.
Celtic Spirituality Comes to the Cathedral
Celtic Spirituality Nights are an opportunity to come to awareness of God’s healing and hope-filled presence. Through poetry, reflection, prayer, music, and engagement with the Celtic Spirit, you are invited to discover hope, wholeness, and renewal. The Cathedral will host these evenings on the third Sunday of each month at 7:00 P.M. Our next Celtic Night is November 19 in the Cathedral. Come and explore with us.
Food Pantry Extra Help
Thanksgiving Day Service
Join us on Thursday, November 23 at 10:00 A.M. for a Thanksgiving Day Eucharist. We will welcome, the Rev. Jay Mitchell, Pastor of Luther Memorial Church, as our preacher. All are welcome to celebrate and give thanks with us.