Cathedral Crossroads

Cathedral Crossroads, an evening of contemplative practice, is free and open to the public on the last Tuesday of each month.

Participants come to walk the labyrinth, attend the Centering Prayer gathering, receive laying on of hands for healing or simply sit in the twilight quiet of the nave listening to the strains of harp and Native American flute music that accompanies the labyrinth walks.

Program Schedule

6–7 pm Centering Prayer in the Center for Prayer and Pilgrimage
6:30–9 pm Labyrinth Walk accompanied by harpist in the nave
6:30–8:30 pm Laying on of Hands for Healing in Holy Spirit Chapel
7:30–8:30 pm Special Program
8:45–9 pm Compline in the Great Choir

Upcoming Crossroads Evenings

April 29, 2014 6 PM

Exploring the Thin Place Between Sacred and Soil


An evening of contemplative practice on the last Tuesday of each month; free and open to the public. General offerings 6 pm to 8:45 pm; special program 7:30 to 8:30 pm. Free and open to the public.

Special Program

Exploring the Thin Place Between Sacred and Soil
led by the Rev. Dottie Yunger

Genesis tells us that we are created by God in the image of God. We are “adam created from adamah”—the earthling created from the earth. When God said, “Let us create humans,” is it possible that the us is God and earth? If so, what does it mean to be humans created in the image of God and earth, the divine and the dirt, the sacred and the soil? Explore this thin place—the place between the sacred and the soil—and understand more fully our connection to God, one another, and all of creation. Join the Rev. Dottie Yunger a journey in scripture and nature, focusing on the wisdom of the creation stories and the wisdom of our local watershed, the Potomac River.

Parking at the Cathedral

Parking in the Cathedral’s underground garage is free on Sundays for services and organ recitals; parking for concerts and programs is available for an event-parking fee. Learn more about parking options for individuals and groups.