Twenty years ago the Cathedral community undertook a significant project that enhanced our facilities and made a statement about who we are and our mission to the city around us. We built the Gardner Peace Chapel.
Today we are able to consider a new undertaking. Our congregation is growing. Our appeal to young families is strong.
Our community cares: for each other, for immigrants and refugees, for our city, and for the environment. Our annual giving has increased allowing us to reduce our dependence on our endowment.
As new energy is emerging we are asking ourselves, what kind of church do we aspire to be? How do we grow and where are we headed? What is God calling us to become?
We have repairs we need to make to our building but we also want to become more outward facing and focused. We want to expand our impact in the city and beyond by sharing the progressive Christian message of God’s love for all people. We hope to build a spiritual pathway through the property so we can become a destination for spiritual reflection and education about the environment. We are embarking on an ambitious project and with broad support we can Open Doors and Open Hearts.