Mark your calendars for August 30th @ 9:30 AM. We will worship outdoors in the courtyard off of the Peabody Room, bless the backpacks of students returning to school, and gather for a picnic! This will be our last 9:30 AM worship service, so it's a great opportunity to get to know everyone in the congregation before we split into two services again in September.
Welcoming all people to worship joyfully, care deeply and act boldly as followers of Christ.
The Cathedral of the Incarnation is seeking applicants for a Canon for Formation position. The Canon for Formation is part-time (20 hours per week) working with the Dean and Cathedral Ministry Team to support, coordinate and develop formation activities for children, youth, and adults. The Canon for Formation designs, develops, directs and evaluates a total congregational education program and provides leadership to assist the congregation in building a solid foundation for Christian living, spirituality, ministry and outreach. Click to view the full position description and submit materials.
The Rev. Steve Swift will conduct tours of the Cathedral's stained glass windows during the summer. They will include an overview plus in more detail, the Christmas Windows, the Resurrection Window, the Old Testament Windows, the New Testament windows, the three windows in the Sanctuary, and the Clerestory Windows up high on either side of the nave. Meet at the baptismal font at 5 minutes after the service ends.
Saturday, August 22 @ 7:05 PM. Orioles Magic and the Diocese of Maryland, together again. Gather your families and friends for a great night at the ballpark with fellow Cathedral members.
The Cathedral Chapter is excited to announce the “Chapter Challenge” a mini-campaign to close the gap in our 2015 budget. Over the course of the past year, we’ve made steady progress toward this goal through events like the Spring Soiree and plant sale. Now we want to kick it up a notch.