Music for Funerals
As soon as the family, in consultation with clergy, have determined the date and time of the funeral liturgy, contact Director of Music Michael Boney who will help to select appropriate music.
If there is music that would be meaningful to you at the service, please make a list and bring it to the meeting. These liturgies require music which is sacred in nature. Exceptions may be made, but must be done with the understanding that popular tunes are not used within the liturgy. There is no prerecorded music used in the cathedral for services.Email Michael
All Souls' Walk
All Souls’ Walk is a place of rest for the remains of the faithful departed.
The columbarium lies on the east side of the cathedral and is a pavement of unmarked granite stones, below which are small family-owned crypts into which cremated remains are placed. Bronze tablets border the Walk and are engraved with the names of each person interred.
Please contact Emily Smith, Sacristan with any questions or for scheduling.Email Emily
Pre-Planning a Funeral
Planning your funeral well in advance of your death is a wonderful gift you can give your family. If you decide to plan your funeral ahead of time, we store your plans and paperwork and notify your family members of your wishes in the circumstance of your death. Contact Emily Smith if you have questions. Please fill out the applicable forms below and send them to Emily.Email Emily