Christ is Risen!

Streaming of the service will start when the service begins. If you are not seeing the video on this page, it has not yet been connected. Please wait until the scheduled start of today's service and refresh the page until the video appears. You must click the play button to start watching.

If you are attending a Sunday Service, please click here to download/view the  latest Weekly Bulletin, containing the Epistle, etc.

Please scroll down  to see how to participate in our online services. Also, please sign-up for our messaging service if you would like to be informed about online services, join ministry groups, or stay informed about the cathedral. Click here to join now.  You won't lose this page as it will open a new browser tab. For those that sign-up for  the Streaming Service Group, we will Text / Email  a reminder to participate in the service.

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Please click here to see our online events calendar and service schedule.

Dcn. Andrew will be doing an abbreviated church school class online for the youth (9:30AM) and also a class for adult ed  (10:00AM) on Sundays. Please view our calendar for more details.

How to Pray with Streaming Services

How to participate online:

  • Stand for the service when possible. Try not to get too comfortable in the sofa or recliner. Sit for the homily and if you get too tired, but try to stand for most of the service.

  • If you are watching the service on your laptop or cell phone, take it to where you have your icons. If you watch on your television, bring some icons into the room with you. If you would like to burn some incense, that might help as well.

  • Watch as a family. Remember, we are a community of faith, not individuals.

  • Sing along with the Chanter, say the Creed and the "Our Father."

  • Have coffee before or after, but not during the service.

  • Remember, this is Church, not a sporting event. You don't need nuts and pretzels.

All of this will take a bit of adjustment, but it will be helpful for us to pray and seek Christ even if we have to stay at home.