Cathedral Campus

Ministry Expansion Project 2021

In early 2021 Chapter approved an exploration of various potential capital projects that would maximize the use of the original Cathedral campus buildings, especially the chapel undercroft and the Great Hall basement.
Chapter engaged Vandersall Associates as consultants on a listening project. Vandersall conducted 14 listening sessions via Zoom to gauge the congregation’s level of interest in creating a music center and an outreach center,  improvement of the Great Hall third floor and kitchen, and enhancement of the security and audiovisual systems.
An additonal project, to furnish and equip the cathedral space in the new building, was also considered but was subsequently removed from consideration here and will be handled separately.  Architects from DomusStudio are working (summer 2021) on a master plan to provide an overall picture and a sense of the order of magnitude of cost for each proposed project.

Prayer for the Listening Sessions,

by the Rev. Tom Wilson
Generous God, we give you thanks and praise. All our treasure is a gift from you. As we count our many blessings, soften our hearts, deepen our hearts, widen our hearts as we make space for your Spirit to make all things new. We pray this in the name of your Son, the gracious giver of abundant life. Amen.  

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A Selected History of the CCRP

The CCRP project began in order to discern how to best steward the use of several cathedral properties.  The two largest of those were the property located at Nutmeg and 5th, across from the Cathedral nave; and the property on Olive Street between 5th and 6th avenue, which was home to the Cathedral’s administrative building and parking lot until late 2019.  The Nutmeg parcel was sold in 2014 and the buyer developed a condo development on that property.  The Olive parcel was sold in 2019 and is currently under construction.  It will eventually be a 20 story apartment building, and the first two floors will be home to the Cathedral offices and ministry space.  We expect to move into the new space in early 2022.


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

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