The Cathedral is a large place in a wide array of ways - well beyond being a giant Gothic Cathedral. The place - and its Congregation are also full of an array of people and an opportunities to provide care for those who enter its doors and fill the world that surround it. Through the Congregation are clergy and volunteers who all seek to provide Pastoral Care as well as opportunities to grow and form in their own walks in faith and practice.
Healing Ministry & Healing Eucharists
During the 11 AM service each Sunday, trained lay people are available in the St. James Chapel to the right of the High Altar to pray with you, and on 12:15 PM daily Eucharists, part of the service includes an opportunity for healing prayer and unction (anointing).
ClergY, Eucharistic Visitors, and Prayer lists
A wide array of people are available to care for people seeking pastoral advice or visits when homebound or in the hospital. We also have a list of those held in prayer by this Cathedral as well as people who pray well beyond these walls. We are here to talk, pray, or visit.
You can always request prayer by filling out one of the prayer cards in the Cathedral or by sending a note to the link below. These prayers are held in prayer by those who request our prayer lists as well as by the clergy of the Cathedral when they celebrate at the various services.