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You are most welcome to attend or volunteer at any of these events.

Monday - January 27
10   Food Pantry
Noon   Holy Eucharist
Tuesday - January 28
Noon   Holy Eucharist
Wednesday - January 29
Noon   Holy Eucharist
6   UCHC Weekly Dinner
Thursday - January 30
Noon   Holy Eucharist
Noon    Cathedral Community Luncheon
Friday - January 31
Noon   Holy Eucharist
Sunday - February 2
11:45   Annual Congregation Meeting



Absalom Jones Celebration


Saturday, February 8th, 2020    9:30 – 11:30 am

"The life and legacy of The Reverend Absalom Jones is a testament to the resilience of the human spirit, his faith, and his commitment to the causes of freedom, justice and self-determination." The Rt. Rev. Daniel G. P. Gutiérrez will be the celebrant and preacher for the day, the first diocesan bishop to preach at this service. Choir members across denominations will perform at the service, including the  St. James School choir and the Camden Brass Ensemble.  For more information follow this link.

Save the Date

Sunday, February 2
11:30   Annual Meeting of the Cathedral Congregation
Saturday, February 8
9:30   Absalom Jones Celebration
Sunday, February 9
11:45   Climate Change & Christianity
Sunday, February 16
11:45   What Kind of People Do We Want To Be?
Sunday, February 23
11:45   Spiritual Ecology


Cathedral Arts
Anne Minich ­­- HEADS Series
with Matthew Sepielli’s Cathedral

January 10 – February 23, 2020
Open for viewing 11:30am-1pm M-F (except holidays)
or by appointment - 215-386-0234

Catalog for the exhibit

The Cathedral presents an exhibition of new and retrospective works by Anne Minich from her ongoing HEADS series. The exhibit will be augmented by Matthew Sepielli's Cathedral, a set of 10 plaster pieces meant to be touched as well as viewed.

Beginning in the 1970's, artist Anne Minich frequently returned to the creation of works having the silhouette of a gender-neutral head at their center. These iconic, mixed-media works engage stories and symbols of Christianity as well as personal responses to moral issues of the day. Combining wood, paint, and found objects with powerful clarity, they reveal the extraordinary imaginative range of Anne Minich's artistry over the course of her long career.

New to the Cathedral?
Welcome to the Philadelphia Episcopal Cathedral!  Whatever brings you here, you are most welcome!  We are all on a journey, and we look forward to learning more about yours.  There is a place for you in this diverse, loving community.  Please help us learn more about you!
From Dean Judy

Sullivan PicThe Philadelphia Episcopal Cathedral is a place of unconditional hospitality and love  Together, we ask and explore the large questions about faith, life, and connection.  All are welcome here to worship, to serve, to be.

Read Dean Judy's address to the 2019 Diocesan Convention here.


In thanksgiving for this place, our many ministries, and God's many blessings, please click here to make an online pledge for 2020 or here to make an online contribution for 2020.