Bishop Eugene Taylor Sutton's statement on the death of Freddie Gray and our prayers for Baltimore.
Welcoming all people to worship joyfully, care deeply and act boldly as followers of Christ.
Join us for Eucharist on Sunday, May 17, 2015 at 8:00 and 10:30 AM. The Very Rev. W. (Will) H. Mebane, Jr., Interim Dean, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Buffalo, New York will be our guest preacher.
The Cathedral congregation was represented at the 231st Diocesan Convention by the Rev. Rob Boulter, Acting Dean, The Rev. Dr. Angela Shepherd, Canon Pastor, Kate Riley, Youth Director, and Cathedral delegates: Barb Ruble, Margo Landon and Clair Francomano. Ben Davis, Mary and Robert Jackson attended as youth delegates.
Mark your calendars! Soprano Autumn Boyle and Canon for Music and Worship Ken Brown will kick off Memorial Day weekend with a beautiful and entertaining program of American music on Friday, May 22, 2015 at the Cathedral of the Incarnation at 7:30 PM.
Seeing the Face of God in Each Other Anti-racism Workshop is the authorized methodology that was created by the Episcopal Church. In 2003, this workshop became a requirement for all clergy, those seeking ordination, all persons in leadership positions who serve on committees, commissions, agencies and boards, Chapter and vestries, and professional staff. Persons interested in changing systems that prevent us from being the Body of Christ are also welcome to attend.
Several members of the Cathedral met on Sunday, May 3 to discuss the recents events in Baltimore in response to the death of Freddie Gray. We had a short brainstorming session about what we could do as a community to help. Here are some of the action items we discussed, while acknowledging that we need to have many more of these discussions in the future.
A group of staff members and parishioners from the Cathedral joined with BUILD on Wednesday, April 29 to call on the City Council President to meet with BUILD. Following is a video of our debriefing session after the event. It gives a glimpse of BUILD's good work in the city.
Caring for God’s creation is a moral issue and we are all called upon to “tend and till” our blessed earth.
We hope you will join us in our ninth year of working together with the Cathedral of the Incarnation, First English Lutheran Church, Second Presbyterian Church, SS. Philip and James Catholic Church and University Baptist Church. At this year’s G-Force VBS, kids explore how to put their faith into action.