We are blessed with a beautiful sacred space, a fine tradition of Anglican liturgy and music, and an intricate weaving of gifts and talents among those who worship here. These blessings blend drama, musical instrumentation, and a strong desire to meet the holy in our worship, which gifts us with a worship life that is poignant, intentional and faithful. Our gifted adult choir brings to our regular worship song in a classic Anglican tradition. Our jazz ensemble provides wonderment and spirit for creative worship. Our guitar ensemble provides Taizé music for special services during Lent and other occasions. Opportunities for the contemplative spirit occur along with quiet, spoken services throughout the year.
Service Schedule & Special Worship Opportunities
Our Program year runs from September 1 (Labor Day week-end) through May 31 (Memorial Day Weekend). You are in-vited to any and all worship opportunities through out the year. If you would like to participate as a reader, greater, usher, acolyte, intercessor or choir member please contact Dean Pompa, Canon Moyer, or Director of Music Ministry, Stephen Williams.
We invite you, your family and loved ones to join us.
Summer Services (Memorial Day – Labor Day)
8 AM – Holy Eucharist
10 AM – Holy Eucharist
Wednesday Healing Service:
9 AM – Holy Eucharist
5 PM – Holy Eucharist
Last Saturday of the month: Celtic Spirituality Night
FALL WORSHIP SCHEDULE
8 AM – Holy Eucharist with Hymns (Sanctuary)
8:45 AM – Holy Eucharist with Alternative Music (Sayre Hall)
9:15 AM – Sunday School & Adult Formation
10:30 AM – Holy Eucharist with Hymns & Service Music (Sanctuary)
* Nursery available for infants and toddlers during these services.
For additional information contact us at 610-865-0727 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wednesday Healing Service
9:00 am Holy Eucharist with Prayers for Healing
(Good Shepherd Chapel, lower level of Sayre Hall)
The sacrament of healing is the Laying on of Hands and Anointing with Oil asking God for wholeness in the midst of our human brokenness and need: spiritual, physical and emotional.
5:00 pm Holy Eucharist (Sanctuary)
Last Saturday of the month:
Celtic Service: Prayer, Music, Silence and Meditation with Communion. (Celtic Spirituality details)
Diocesan Worship Events
As the Cathedral, we host a number of Diocesan worship services. Specifically, we are host to Diocesan ordinations, the Renewal of Ordination vows, and the Chrism Mass during Lent. Please refer to the calendar to see when these services are scheduled.
The Cathedral is happy to announce that Sunday services and special events can now be viewed on Livestream. Visit livestream.com/nativitycathedral, or any of the free Livestream apps for Roku, Apple TV, iPad, iPhone and Android to watch our live events.