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Love Christ.
Serve Others.
Welcome All.

The Dean’s current letter. 

Looking for Ashes-to-Go?

Wednesday February 14 marks the first day of the Lenten season, which is known as Ash Wednesday. St. Paul’s Episcopal Cathedral marks this day by taking ashes to the streets for all of San Diego to receive prayer and ashes on their foreheads. The spreading of ashes is a symbolic reminder of our mortality. If you’re looking to receive some ashes and prayer you can find us at these locations:

  • St. Paul’s Queen’s Courtyard (2728 6th Ave., enter on 5th Ave. side)
    • 8 am – 12 pm
  • Hall of Justice (330 Broadway)
    • 8 am – 12 pm
  • City Hall (202 C St.)
    • 7:30 – 10:30 am
  • San Diego Superior Courthouse (Union St. and C St.)
    • 7:30 – 11:30 am
  • 6th Ave. and B St.
    • 11 am – 1 pm
  • Convention Center MTS Stop (301 K St.)
    • 8:30 – 10:30 am
  • Hillcrest (4th Ave. and University)
    • 10 am – 12 pm

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Our Partners: Voices of our City Choir

St. Paul’s is honored to partner with “Voices of our City Choir.” Their work in securing permanent housing and employment for our unsheltered neighbors resonates deeply with our commitment to restorative work in our community. The enchanting harmonies they create remind us that music possesses an unparalleled ability to mend the soul and uplift spirits. We are delighted to have Voices of our City Choir’s offices and rehearsal space on our campus.

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Land Acknowledgment

St. Paul’s Cathedral acknowledges that we gather on unceded Kumeyaay land. We value the knowledge, culture, and worldview of Indigenous people. We commit to the vital work of educating ourselves, increasing community awareness, and promoting reconciliation with our Indigenous neighbors. As we examine actions and practices that perpetuate harm against Indigenous communities, we pledge to work toward a meaningful and respectful relationship as we follow their example in honoring this sacred land.   Approved by the Cathedral Chapter, May 2023


Because of you, we can continue to serve as a center of transformative love, faith and service!

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