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Sunday Services on Zoom
This Sunday and succeeding Sundays our congregation will gather for Morning Prayer at 10 am on Zoom.  Email invitations and instructions were sent out by the Cathedral office.  The Zoom link remains the same each week.
If you do not receive an email and would like to join us, please contact us at lbuggage@philadelphiacathedral.org.  The Sunday service for November 29 will be a simple, spoken service in order to honor the holidays for our creative staff.  Please join us.

 

Sunday Services on Zoom
This Sunday and succeeding Sundays our congregation will gather for Morning Prayer at 10 am on Zoom.  Email invitations and instructions were sent out by the Cathedral office.  The Zoom link remains the same each week.
If you do not receive an email and would like to join us, please contact us at lbuggage@philadelphiacathedral.org.  The Sunday service for November 29 will be a simple, spoken service in order to honor the holidays for our creative staff.  Please join us.

 

Upcoming: Organ Installation

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The installation of our full organ will begin on September 14 and be completed within 4-5 weeks.  Extensive restoration of existing parts of our organ are going to be combined with components of other organs to make a magnificent and "joyful noise unto the Lord."  Technical specifications of this multi-year project are available here.

Compline: Online Prayers

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The ancient night prayer of the church, Compline, is available here.   "Be present, O Lord, to our prayers and protect us by day and night."  The leaflet for the service is available here.

Cathedral YouTube Channel

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Please click on the logo to enjoy our Cathedral's YouTube Channel and subscribe today!  Compline, Godly Play and Zoom prelude/postlude videos are available.  Feel free to share our videos with your friends through social media or through emails or texts.

 

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.

From Dean Judy's reflection from 6.21.2020: 

"God hears and God sees.  It is well past time now for all of us to do the same."  Read the entire reflection here.

 

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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.

Morning Prayer @ 9 am

Please join Dean Judy via conference call, Monday through Friday, at 9 am. 
The service of Morning Prayer begins on page 75 in The Book of Common Prayer. If you don’t have a book at home, you can find it online at www.bcponline.org. Click on the Table of Contents and then on Daily Morning Prayer Rite II. You also have the option of simply listening. We will follow our prayer with a time of conversation to check in with one another. 
Here is the conference call information: 
Phone:  563-999-2090
At the prompt enter: 328763#

Sunday Services on Zoom
This Sunday and succeeding Sundays our congregation will gather for Morning Prayer at 10 am on Zoom.  Email invitations and instructions were sent out by the Cathedral office.  The Zoom link remains the same each week.
If you do not receive an email and would like to join us, please contact us at lbuggage@philadelphiacathedral.org.  The Sunday service for November 29 will be a simple, spoken service in order to honor the holidays for our creative staff.  Please join us.