Our Staff Contact us
Opportunities for Study
Education for Newcomers
If you are new to the Philadelphia Episcopal Cathedral, please follow this link to offerings designed especially for you.
Watch Night Racial Justice

New Year's Eve - An Evening of Jazz at the Cathedral
4 pm   Jazz Concert
7 pm   Interfaith Watch Night Service
This brief video will give you a taste of what's in store for Watch Night!
Read this interview by Philadelphia Jazz Project with our Music Director, Thomas Lloyd


A family-friendly event with three hours of performances by leading area jazz musicians:
Ruth Naomi Floyd
DeVonne Gardner
Lourin Plant
Jay Fluellen and Sumi Tonooka, pianists
Kimpedro Rodriguez, drummer
Clef Club Student Ensemble directed by Lovett Hines


In support of POWER, an Interfaith organization focusing on social justice and
our Cathedral's Table ministries
No advance tickets are required.  A freewill offering will be taken.  You can contribute online.

Last Published: December 20, 2017 9:19 AM
Education for Newcomers
If you are new to the Philadelphia Episcopal Cathedral, please follow this link to offerings designed especially for you.
Second Sunday in Lent

February 25 - 11:45- 1:00

Film Screening: BET's "Stay Work: The Black Lives Matter Movement 

This 2016 original documentary film chronicles the evolution of the Black Lives Matter movement through the first person accounts of local activists, protesters, scholars, journalists and others. The documentary runs just over 40 minutes. Following the screening, there will be time for questions, reflections, and group discussion with an intentional focus on the changing landscape of justice work.

If you would like to check out the movie, it is available for free here.


From Business Wire: Dubbed the new “civil rights movement”, #BlackLivesMatter launched a transformative grassroots movement that moved from social media to the streets across America. As news and images of the senseless deaths of Trayvon Martin, Eric Garner, Michael Brown, Freddie Grey and others spread online, a new generation of civil rights activists came together demanding institutional change. From scheduled marches, to assembled sit-ins and to heated rallies across the country, protesters and communities pushed the hashtag #BlackLivesMatter into a worldwide rallying cry. This is the real story of brave young people who have found their voice to lead a powerful social movement. Now these activists face the daunting challenge of turning protest – into lasting change. Directed and produced by Laurens Grant and executive produced by actor/activist Jesse Williams.