Rehearsal of the Cathedral Choir. Newcomers welcome contact firstname.lastname@example.org
This quiet contemplative service follows Rite Two of the Book of Common Prayer. It includes a sermon and Holy Communion and typically lasts forty-five minutes.
The Child Centered Eucharist is designed specifically for young children and their families. With flexible seating arrangements and soft space, families can relax and children can “wiggle” as they experience the wonder of God and explore their faith. This service features child-friendly music that encourages active participation, a focused homily geared toward children up to 3rd grade, and all within a family-oriented 40 minutes.
Sunday School, Youth Groups and Adult Formation offerings take place through out the building.
This traditional choral Eucharist includes organ, choir, and sermon. We follow Rite Two in the Book of Common Prayer. A children’s sermon is offered as well as prayers for healing.
This five session group will be led by Dean Rob Boulter. It is designed for those who are: looking to refresh their faith, curious about why we do things they way we do, interested in learning more about the Episcopal (Anglican) tradition, considering confirmation, reception or adult baptism. To register or for more information contact Rob at email@example.com
A time for refreshment and fellowship follows the 11:00am Eucharist. Ministry groups and individuals take turns providing the food.
Cathedral Adult Education Series
Working in collaboration with the Baltimore Children’s choir, the Cathedral After School Music program offers free choral music for children and youth. Contact Joseph Shortall at firstname.lastname@example.org for audition information.
A weekly “dinner liturgy” lead by The Slate Project. Starting at 6pm, everyone is invited to participate in transforming our space into an intimate dinner setting for thirty or so people.
This quiet service is held in the Peace Chapel.