Updates for Saturday, May. 8
Ascension Day Service, Thursday, May 13, 6:30 p.m.
Reserve Your Seats
Ascension Day is the occasion on which the risen Christ is taken into heaven after appearing to his followers for forty days. It is a principal feast of the church year in the Episcopal Church and encourage all to join us in person, and for those who are not able, to tune into the live stream.
A Cathedral in the City
Welcome to St. James Cathedral, a vibrant and historic Episcopal church where you're not just welcome - you belong. If you are a first-time visitor or if you are interested in taking advantage of our virtual worship and formation offerings, we look forward to getting to know you. Learn about who we are.
St. James has resumed in-person Eucharist services at 12:10 p.m., Monday through Friday. On Sundays, there will be two in-person services at 9 a.m. (Family Eucharist) and 11 a.m., reservations required. We will continue offer our live-stream services at 11 a.m. Tune in our on YouTube or our Streaming page at to join us in worship anywhere you are and share this Sunday tradition.
Watch Sunday's Sermon
Whether you are a long-time member or seeking a deeper connection with God, progressive, theologically-grounded teaching can be encouraging. St. James clergy and renowned guest preachers speak to issues of faith and public life that both challenge preconceived notions and call to action.
For daily reflections on the Gospel readings, our #SermonOfTheDay Series, follow St. James Cathedral's YouTube channel. Sunday Sermons are posted on this page the Monday following their premiere.