Prayer & Pilgrimage

The Cathedral Center for Prayer and Pilgrimage seeks ways to invite an ever-widening circle of persons to embark upon the spiritual journey. Join us for diverse offerings in prayer, devotional practices, and reflection.

The center is located on the crypt level of the Cathedral and may be accessed through the Visitors’ Lounge or Resurrection Chapel. Staffed by volunteers, the center is open for quiet prayer and meditation Monday–Saturday, 10 am–4 pm, and Sunday, 1–4 pm.

Learn more about the spirituality of pilgrimage »

Shadows and Still Waters

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May 9 6:00 PM

An Evening with Psalm 23 Learn more »

Pilgrimage to Ghost Ranch

Deeper Into Life:
The Spirituality of Aging

Pilgrimage

April 22–28, 2014

Exploring the rugged geography of againg involves relinquishment and surrender, as well as savoring the sweetness of small things. The desert landscape of Ghost Ranch invites us to this soul-work in a special way. Walking the sacred ground revered by First Americans and contemporary artists like Georgia O’Keefe, we will explore the new topography in this “second half of life.” Learn more »

Labyrinth & Crossroads

Labyrinth

On the last Tuesday of each month, we invite you to attend Cathedral Crossroads, an evening of contemplative practice. Free and open to the public! Learn more »

Walking the labyrinth invites the divine presence into an active conversation with the heart and soul. Walking the labyrinth »

Cathedral Pilgrimages

Pilgrimage

Escape the busyness of the world and spend time praying, worshiping, and reflecting on your personal journey. Join us for a pilgrimage »

Prayer Gatherings

The Cathedral Center for Prayer and Pilgrimage offers regularly scheduled spiritual gatherings. Learn more »

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.