There are a number of ways to continue your formation in community, including Bible studies and Cathedral Night Conversations.
Cathedral Night Conversations
Awakening: the Heart of Prayer with Bishop Rob O’Neill
Wednesdays, March 1 through March 22 at 7 pm in Room 200
For over two thousand years, followers of Jesus have recognized that the insight, wisdom, and compassion needed to become instruments of peace, healing, and transformation are realized only when rooted and grounded in the practice of prayer. But what is prayer, really, and how does the practice of prayer lead us into more loving and courageous action in the world?
This short course is an opportunity to explore these questions, to expand our understanding of prayer, develop or deepen our prayer practices, and in turn experience a dynamic intimacy with divine Love that is the heart of the Christian faith.
Each session will include a presentation from Bishop Rob O’Neill, a time of practice, an opportunity for reflection and discussion, and a simple exercise to take with us into the following week.
Wednesday Morning Lectionary Discussion with Bishop Dan
Wednesdays at 10 am in the cathedral library
Join our Bishop-in-Residence, Dan Edwards, on Wednesday mornings to read and ponder Sunday’s lectionary in community. No need to prepare or register, and the readings will be provided. This gathering will be offered weekly on Wednesday mornings through Lent before taking a break in Eastertide.
Canon Katie's Bible Study
Monthly on Tuesdays: January 17, February 21, & March 21
10 am in the cathedral library or 5 pm on Zoom
Canon Katie’s bible study will explore the traditionally named matriarchs of Genesis: Sarah, Rebecca, Rachel, and Leah. We will also discuss some of the “lesser matriarchs” and consider the contributions of all to our life of faith. To receive the Zoom link, register here. Contact Canon Katie at for more information. All who identify as women are welcome.