The Cathedral is a place of spiritual inquiry and exploration. As Jesus experienced a time of heightened spiritual awareness and cleansing during his 40 day retreat into the desert, we set apart the 40 days during the season of Lent as a time for self-examination and repentance as we prepare for Easter.
April 2 - Fifth Sunday in Lent
The Episcopal Way, Part II
A class for Newcomers, Inquirers, and those preparing for baptism, confirmation, and reception. Following the service of the Holy Eucharist at 10 am and a light lunch, the clergy staff will lead a class for all newcomers, inquirers, and those preparing for baptism, confirmation, and reception. We will use Eric Law and Stephanie Spellers The Episcopal Way: Church Teaching for a Changing World as a guide to learn more about the Episcopal Church.
The Cathedral welcomes people from a wide variety of religious backgrounds, including those who have never participated in any religious activity. The diversity of our congregation is a stimulating part of life here at the Cathedral, but naturally there are questions from potentialóand current--members and visitors about the actual beliefs and practices of the Episcopal Church, in particular. The class offers a forum for the exploration of these questions, whether in preparation for membership, or for simply deepening an understanding of oneís own faith. Join us for these spirited sessions as we explore who we are, where we come from, and where we are going in the Episcopal Church.