All Souls Requiem
Wednesday, Nov. 6 at 6:30 p.m.
As Episcopalians, we believe that true life transcends death. As members of St. James Cathedral, we set aside time each year to honor our loved ones who have died. If you grieve the loss of friends or family, join us in this moving service of song, scripture, and stillness.
When you visit St. James Cathedral on All Souls Day, expect to receive a warm welcome! Whether you are a committed follower of Christ, a first-time visitor who is joining a friend, or fall somewhere in between, you're not just welcome, you belong!
Plan your visit
The All Souls Requiem Eucharist at St. James Cathedral is a meaningful service of music and prayer to remember those who have died. The Cathedral Choir sings Fauré’s radiant and comforting Requiem. During the service, we will remember by name those whom we have loved and have gone before us in death.
It is not uncommon for people to either dress casually or formally when visiting the Cathedral. Our priority is that you to feel comfortable.
Children are always welcome at St. James. There is an open space to the front right of the pews for children to play under your supervision and a changing station for parents of our youngest members under the church in the restrooms.
The cathedral is accessible to people with limited mobility. An access ramp is located at the west end of the building, 65 E. Huron St.
All Souls Requiem Schedule
- Doors open at 6 p.m. for a period of quiet remembrance. You may add names to be read on the sheets in the rear of the cathedral.
- All Souls Requiem Eucharist at 6:30 p.m. is a service to remember in love and prayer those who have died.
Map & Parking
We are conveniently located 2 blocks from the red line. Exit at Chicago Avenue, then south two blocks to the corner of Wabash and Huron.
We are one block west from the 3, 10, 26, 146, 147, and 151 bus lines on Michigan Avenue. Exit at Superior or Erie if southbound, exit at Huron if northbound.
Reduced-rate parking is available Sundays at ROW Parking Garage, 50 E Ohio Street, for $3 up to 6 hours on Sundays and $15 up to 18 hours Monday through Saturday. Parking is also available at Ohio Ontario Self Park, 33 W Ontario, for $9 up to 18 hours daily. Get a reduced-rate parking voucher from the St. James Commons reception desk.