Stations of the Cross, Friday, April 7, 6:00 p.m.

Gather by candlelight in the darkened cathedral as a solemn procession recalls Jesus’ journey to Calvary. Each stop along the Way of the Cross—a “station”—is marked with a scripture reading, a prayer, and a meditative sung response. The liturgy mystically transports us to the ancient city of Jerusalem, preparing our hearts and minds for Holy Week. A simple supper of soup and bread will be provided following the service.

Parish-wide book study
This Lent, Dean Loya invites the entire cathedral community to read and pray with the book Find Your Way Home, written by the women of Magdalene with the Reverend Becca Stevens. This book contains twenty-four short chapters, which form the spiritual principles that guide the Magdalene community. These principles are rooted in ancient Benedictine spirituality, and offer us a path to authentic community with others, and a deeper connection to God. Copies of the book are available in the Gift Shoppe. Here's the suggested reading schedule:
March 1-4: Chapters 1-4
March 8-11: Chapters 5-8
March 15-18: Chapters 9-12
March 22-25: Chapters 13-16
March 29-April 1: Chapters 17-20
April 5-8: Chapters 21-24

Sermon Series
Our sermons in Lent will be drawn from the themes and topics in the book. 

March 5: Proclaim Original Grace, Dean Loya
March 12: Let God Sort it Out, Father Steven King
March 19: Stand on New Ground and Believe You are Not Lost, Brother James Dowd
March 26: Listen to a New Idea, Dean Loya
April 2: Live in Gratitude, Teresa Houser

Wednesday Night Program
Join us for short worship services and Bible study during Lent. Each week we will experience a different style of worship, followed by Bible study. This is a great way to find quiet, peace, and nourishment during the season of Lent. Worship will take place in the cathedral choir area 5:45–6:15 p.m., followed by Bible study 6:30–7:15. 

March 8—Evening Prayer
March 15—Healing Eucharist
March 22—Taizé Prayer
March 29—Reconciliation Eucharist 

Daily Prayer

For the season of Lent, consider joining us for one or more of our regular weekday services. All services take place in the Nativity Chapel, which can be reached by entering through the red doors off Capitol Ave. 


  • 8:30 a.m.: Morning Prayer
  • 12:10 p.m.: Centering Prayer


  • 8:30 a.m.: Morning Prayer
  • 10:30 a.m: Holy Eucharist


  • 8:30 a.m.: Morning Prayer
  • 12:10 p.m.: Holy Eucharist


  • 8:30 a.m.: Morning Prayer
  • 12:10 p.m.: Holy Eucharist