Join a Group
Joining a group is a great way to worship, connect, serve and grow in the cathedral community! You can join a group by reaching out to the cathedral office where we will put you in touch with a group leader, or you can join on our online app REALM
This team of cathedral history enthusiasts work together to organize and document our extensive archives.
Our choir members are singers of all ages and abilities singing the finest sacred music at the highest level. Click here to learn more about the different choirs.
This group keeps an archive and record of the needlepoint kneelers at the cathedral, and also guides people who would like to make their own kneeler.
This team builds a year-long campaign to raise money for vital cathedral ministries.
The Cathedral Council supports and builds ministries at the cathedral and represents the needs of the parish within the larger context of Long Island. New members are elected to Council at our annual meeting on Pentecost Sunday.
Invite Welcome Connect
This team makes sure that everyone across Long Island is invited, welcomed, and connected to life at the cathedral. They serve at the Welcome Table and host Coffee, Cake, and Connection events twice a year.
We have teams that coordinate our special events throughout the year, including the Memorial Day Fair, Mothering Sunday Pancake Breakfast, and the Victorian Christmas Tea. These are great opportunities to offer hospitality and welcome to the community!
The INNcarnation team is involved with many different aspects of service to The INN (The Interfaith Nutrition Network) in Hempstead, which serves the hungry and homeless of Long Island.
The cathedral’s chapter of Long Island Congregations and Neighborhoods. Our focus has been on working to end the opioid epidemic on Long Island through education and activism.
Prayer Shawl Ministry
Members of this group knit and crochet shawls, lap robes and baby blankets for people who request their prayers. Free instruction is available for anyone who would like to learn.
These teams include acolytes, lectors, Eucharistic ministers, chalice bearers and ushers to serve during our Sunday worship services.