Family Ministries

For more information on any of these programs, contact our Minor Canon for Family Ministries, the Rev. Morgan Mercer Ladd at

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At Home with Cathedral for Kids

We have put together an interactive video version of our Cathedral for Kids Sunday service for you to enjoy at home!

Check it out here!

Weekly Readings

Here are the weekly readings to go along with the video:

Story for March 22, 2020

Story for March 29, 2020

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Cathedral for Kids

A Service for the Young and the Young at Heart

Sundays at 9:15am, returning on September 15, 2019

Join us each week for a family worship service that includes interactive music, Scripture-reading, storytelling, and communion. This abbreviated service is suitable for everyone and will focus teaching on themes that connect our liturgical life to spiritual growth and social learning.


Cathedral of the Incarnation

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Fellowship in Faith

For Families

Sundays, 10am to 11am, resumes September 15, 2019

Fellowship in Faith is an intergenerational fellowship and enrichment opportunity for people of all ages. For families with children ages 2-12, Fellowship in Faith offers a rotation-based Sunday School curriculum that involves the exploration of children’s spiritual lives through art, storytelling, music and movement.

Parents are invited to join their children in the classroom for observation and participation, or they can enjoy a cup of coffee, catch up with friends, or attend one of the adult enrichment classes on offer. For more information about adult enrichment, click here


Mercer School of Theology

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Youth Group

Last Sunday of the Month at 12:30pm

Youth Group is a fellowship and formation program for all middle school and high school aged youth. Youth Group gathers on the last Sunday of the month from September through May for Bible study, service projects, and more.


Mercer School of Theology

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Confirmation is an important milestone in our spiritual lives as followers of Jesus Christ in The Episcopal Church. Young adults ages 13-16 are encouraged to discern their readiness for engaging the Catechumenate, a year-long engagement with Holy Scripture and the Episcopal tradition through study, prayer, and fellowship.

Young adults interested in applying for entrance to the Catechumenate are invited to write a formal letter of intention and to schedule a meeting with clergy as well as parents to discuss the process.

To begin the process of discerning for the Catechumenate, please contact Rev. Morgan Mercer Ladd at