Whoever you are, wherever you find yourself on your journey of faith, you are welcome here! St. Paul’s Cathedral brings together ancient worship, breathtaking music, and engaging sermons that invite us to live out God's call to love and justice in this hurting world.
We invite you to join us Sundays for worship, and throughout the week for prayers (schedule below). Also join us by for free organ recitals Tuesdays at 12:30 p.m.
In addition, we welcome you to stop by during the week for a quiet place to yourself in the Cathedral. Our doors are open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
8:00 a.m.: Holy Communion -- simple and contemplative
10:30 a.m.: Holy Communion -- elegant and formal with choral music
1:00 p.m.: Misa en espanol -- warm and friendly, and in Spanish
5:00 p.m.: Evensong -- contemplative, sung by our choirs
For a full schedule of worship and prayers, click here.
Forums are no longer recorded, so we hope you will join us in person on Sundays at 9:00 a.m. in the Great Hall. To find the schedule for Sunday's Forum's, see the calendar or see the descriptions in the latest announcements.
CAT Community Town Hall, August 20, 2017
St. Paul's staff leads us in a community wide discussion about our common life together, based on the results of the Congregation Assessment Tool (CAT) survey.
Climate Change, Political Will, and Personal Empowerment, May 7, 2017
Forum: "Climate Change, Political Will, and Personal Empowerment" presented by Carl Yaeckel, retired attorney and Congressional Liaison with Citizens Climate Lobby (CCL). St. Paul's Episcopal Cathedral, San Diego, CA., May 7, 2017.
An Introduction to Black Theology, February 12, 2017
Forum: "An Introduction to Black Theology" presented by The Rev. Dr. Christopher Carter, assistant professor at the University of San Diego. St. Paul's Episcopal Cathedral, San Diego, CA, February 12, 2017.
Black Lives Matter - The Movement, February 5, 2017
Reconciliation 2017: "Black Lives Matter: The Movement" presented by Dr. Antwanisha Alameen-Shavers, professor in the department of Africana Studies at SDSU, at St. Paul's Episcopal Cathedral, San Diego, CA., February 5, 2017.