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

Monday - September 16
10 am   Food Pantry
Noon   Holy Eucharist
Tuesday - September 17
Noon   Holy Eucharist
Wednesday - September 18
9:30    "Our Closet" Clothing Ministry
Noon   Holy Eucharist
6 pm   UCHC Community Meal
Thursday - September 19
Noon   Holy Eucharist
Friday - September 20
Noon   Holy Eucharist
5 pm   Blurred Time Opening Reception
Saturday - September 21
8:30   Fall Spiritual Retreat
Sunday - September 22
11:45   Launching the Way of Love

Fall Happenings
Please download this brochure of the various ministry events and offerings of the Cathedral's fall program.
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Cathedral Arts presents...

Blurred Time: Sacred Places in Kyoto
The Photographs of Richard Kagan

Sunday, September 15 – Sunday, October 27, 2019

Opening reception Friday, September 20, 5-7 PM with Glenn Shouyou Swann, shakuhachi and flower arrangement by Ikebana International Philadelphia71

Open for viewing 11am - 1pm M-F (except holidays) or by appointment - 215-386-0234

 

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 a special message from the Dean about her sabbatical.

 

Save the Date

Saturday, September 21, 8:30 am
Autumn Retreat
Saturday, September 28, 2 pm
Rites of Christian Initiation

Pathway to Sacred Places

An Autumn Retreat

Saturday, September 21:  8:30 am - 12 Noon

Location: Cathedral

Registration: $20

Please pre-register here.

Autumn reminds us of the changing seasons and the impermanence of all things. Seasons change—both in nature and in our lives. The challenge and opportunity of contemplation is to recognize our life as a pathway leading us to sacred places if we have eyes to see and embrace them. This morning of silence, music, poetry and small group sharing will provide a sacred space for autumn contemplation. The Cathedral exhibit of photographs by Richard Kagan of sacred temples and monasteries in Kyoto, Japan will provide a meditative atmosphere. Glen Swann will provide music on the shakuhachi, a Japanese flute used in meditation. Continental breakfast provided.  Childcare available upon request. 

Leader:  The Rev. Phillip Bennett is Canon for Spiritual Life as well as a practicing psychologist.