All Services Remain Online

St. Paul’s Cathedral is worshipping online only in order to support the health of our congregation and community.  The Cathedral continues to worship, serve, and love.  Join us for live stream, Zoom-based, and other online services. 

More details and links to participate are posted on our calendar.  Join us online, and stay connected.

Sunday Services

8:00 a.m.: Morning Prayer (spoken) This is a simple and casual service on Zoom.  The community generally remains on Zoom following the service for “Coffee Hour” to visit new and old friends. 

10:30 a.m.: Morning Prayer (choral) – This is a pre-recorded service featuring spoken elements from our clergy and lay leaders from their homes during the week and musical elements from prior services.   A Zoom virtual Coffee Hour follows the service to connect with new and old friends. 

1:00 p.m.: Liturgía de la Palabra – Morning Prayer in Spanish on Zoom, followed by a time visited with friends. 

5:00 p.m.: Evensong This rebroadcast of a prior service  is approximately 45-minute contemplative and peaceful service that includes choral music, chants, hymns, and prayers. (There is no sermon or communion). Choral evensong is a beautiful tradition (the 470-year-old choral music tradition was established around 1549), which gives respite and inspiration during our busy, modern lives.  

Weekday Services

Monday through Saturday, 8:00 a.m., Morning Prayer – A wonderful way to start the day, this Zoom service continues an ancient tradition and is a good way to get to know a new group of friends. 

Thursdays, 5:30 p.m. Weekly Organ Recitals – Please join Cathedral organists Martin Green and Gabriel Arregui each week as they share a free recital on our landmark organ.

Thursdays, 6:00 p.m. Evening Prayer in the Park – Join us for a socially distanced, informal, outdoor service Thursdays in Beth Israel Park.  This service makes use of light and dark symbolism as the sun approaches the end of its daily journey.

Monday through Friday, 5:00 p.m., Evening Prayer This brief service on Zoom is a contemplative way to end your work day.

Looking for a way to serve?

Here at St. Paul’s Cathedral we have an entire team of people involved in the production of our Sunday services.  Responsibilities involve everything from scripture readings to video editing.  If you feel lead to serve in this capacity email us at


Because of you,


Have questions or need to make changes?
Feel free to contact us, and we will be more than happy to answer all of your questions.