Worship Schedule

There will be no services through May 17. For regular updates, please visit our weekly news page.

Sunday Worship Schedule

8:00 am Traditional Mass

The 8:00 mass is spoken, using traditional language.

9:15 am Cathedral for Kids

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

11:15 am Choral Mass

The 11:15 Choral Mass is a full cathedral-style liturgy featuring choral music by our Choir. The preaching relates the scriptures of the day to our daily lives, and the music is carefully chosen to relate to our daily lives, and the music is carefully chosen to relate to the themes of the season.

1:00 pm Mass of Anointing at Christ Church Chapel (1st Sunday of the Month)

A service with Eucharist and special prayers for healing and wholeness for those suffering in body, mind or spirit. This service takes place at Christ Church, a Chapel of the Cathedral of the Incarnation, located at 33 Jefferson Street in Garden City.

4:00 pm Evensong (see calendar for dates)

Choral Evensong has been in use in the Anglican Church for centuries. This liturgy consists of prayers, scripture, hymns and texts sung by the choir.

5:00 pm Taizé Service at Christ Church Chapel (2nd Sunday of the Month)

A meditative service by candlelight with prayers and music. This service takes place at Christ Church, a Chapel of the Cathedral of the Incarnation, located at 33 Jefferson Street in Garden City.

Weekday Worship Schedule

8:45 am Morning Prayer

Every weekday morning we gather for 15 minutes in the Cathedral's Lady Chapel to recite the Daily Office from the Book of Common Prayer.

12:15 pm Daily Mass

Weekday afternoons we celebrate mass in a 30 minute liturgy that includes a brief meditative silence. We often have visiting clergy from across the Diocese lead the mass.

7:30 pm Meditation and Contemplative Prayer (Tuesdays only)

We gather once a week in a candlelit cathedral to practice ancient monastic prayers and receptive silence such as Centering Prayer, the Jesus Prayer, Lectio Divina, Memoria Dei and others.

Holy Week Services

Passion (Palm) Sunday

April 5

Traditional Spoken Mass: 8am
Palm Sunday for Kids: 9:15am
Choral Mass with Sung Passion: 11:15am

Monday in Holy Week

April 6

Morning Prayer: 8:45am
Contemplative Mass: 12:15pm

Tuesday in Holy Week

April 7

Morning Prayer: 8:45am
Chrism Mass: 11:00am
No Meditation and Contemplative Prayer service tonight

Wednesday in Holy Week

April 8

Morning Prayer: 8:45am
Mass of Anointing: 12:15pm
The Office of Tenebrae (Choral Service): 7:30pm

Maundy Thursday

April 9

Morning Prayer: 8:45am
No Daily Mass
Maundy Thursday Choral Mass: 7:30pm

Good Friday

April 10

Morning Prayer: 8:45am
Solemn Liturgy of Good Friday with Sung Passion: 12:15pm
Good Friday for Kids: 4pm
Taizé Stations of the Cross: 7:30pm

Holy Saturday

April 11

Easter Vigil: 7:30pm

Easter Sunday

April 12

Traditional Spoken Mass: 8am
Easter for Kids: 9:15am
followed by Easter Egg Hunt on Cathedral Lawn
Choral Mass: 11:15am

Summer Sunday Worship Schedule

(Memorial Day through the week after Labor Day)

8:00 am Traditional Mass

The 8:00 mass is spoken, using traditional language.

9:15 am Neighborhood Mass

A new outdoor service for all creatures great and small! Join us behind the cathedral under a tent for worship and meet some of the other people in God's neighborhood! (Begins June 16)

10:00 am Cathedral Mass

Indoor service followed by lemonade and iced tea on the lawn.

Summer Weekday Worship Schedule

(Memorial Day through the week after Labor Day)

8:45 am Morning Prayer

Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays in the summer we gather for 15 minutes in the Cathedral's Lady Chapel to recite the Daily Office from the Book of Common Prayer.

12:15 pm Mass of Anointing

Wednesday afternoons in the summer we celebrate Mass in a 30 minute liturgy that includes a brief homily, prayers for healing, and a simple blessing with oil. We often have visiting clergy from across the Diocese lead the Mass.