A Message from the Dean: The Very Reverend Neil Gordon
All Saints’ Cathedral is a Christian community in the Anglican tradition. Our mission is “to know Christ and to make Christ known” in worship, formation, community, and service. We welcome all into a deeper spirituality and relationship with God in the rich Anglican tradition, built on the relationship between the Scriptures, tradition, and reason. We are a diverse, energetic congregation, with members of all ages who come from a wide variety of backgrounds, and strive to be an inclusive parish centered on a common faith.
In addition to a strong Sunday program of worship we are also one of the busiest churches in the city during the week with daily morning prayer at 8:30 AM, eucharist at noon every Thursday and Wednesday at 5:30 PM during the fall and winter, Evensong the first Sunday evening of the month and Taize worship the second Sunday evening. We also have a wide variety of hospitality ministries (Tuesday Lunch, Manna Market Wednesday, Thursday Tax Clinic and lunch and during the winter a Friday breakfast. There is also Centering Prayer on Monday evening. Bible Study Tuesday afternoon at 1 PM and Wednesday evening at 7 PM.
Wherever you are in your journey of faith, there is a place for you at All Saints’. If you would like to spend some quiet time with God, we welcome you. If you want to dive right into the life of a busy church, we can help you find ways to connect with other people and deepen your faith. If you have been away from the Church and want to give it another try because of an important event in your life, such as an upcoming wedding, or a baby on the way, or some other reason, we can help.
We believe God is calling each of us into relationship with God and with each other.
We invite you to get to know us better by exploring this web site by joining us for worship or one of our many musical, educational, spiritual, or outreach opportunities.
Come and see how we are living our mission “to know Christ and to make Christ known.”
The Very Reverend Neil S. Gordon