Service Times

Saturday

Chapel open for quiet prayer/meditation

at 5 PM;

service at 5:15 PM in the High Street Chapel


Sunday


Quiet Eucharist at 8 AM

Choral Eucharist at 10 AM

Our High Street Chapel is open to the public as are our Labyrinth and Gardens.


 


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Cathedral Church of St. Paul

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The Cathedral Church of St. Paul, the Cathedral and liturgical center of the Episcopal Diocese of Iowa, takes seriously Jesus' inclusion of all people in the Good News of God's love. There is a place for YOU in this community of faith!

Worship

We gather to worship God every Sunday at 8 and 10 am. We are a people of Word and Sacrament, combining sacred traditions of liturgy and music with relevant preaching.  Our High Street Chapel is open to the public, as will be our Labyrinth and Gardens.

Witness

Since the mid-1800s, St. Paul's has felt a special calling to care for those in our city and our world who are in economic need. Members are especially involved in the Connection Café and Central Iowa Shelter meal programs and in initiatives in Africa, Swaziland, and Sudan

 

 
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News from the Worship Cloister PDF Print E-mail
Written by Administrator   
Saturday, 18 January 2014 00:00

Silent Prayer & Meditation in High Street Chapel


The High Street Chapel will be open for individual silent prayer/meditation 20 minutes before and after each of the regular Eucharist services on Saturday evenings and Sunday mornings.

Come for a moment of quiet reflection, light a candle for a special prayer request, or remember a loved one inurned in the Columbarium.

The Worship Cloister also invites anyone interested in helping to "watch and pray" during these times, including making sure lights and candles are extinguished at the end of the prayer time, to contact Cloister co-chair Michael Piper so that a schedule can be prepared.

Last Updated on Monday, 21 April 2014 13:08
 
Next Up

Cathedral Arts Events in May

Organ recital - Ross Jallo
Doctoral of Musical Arts Candidate, University of Iowa

Sunday, May 17, at 4 pm

The Cathedral Church of St. Paul Cathedral Arts is happy to abnnounce a joint effort with the University of Iowa Organ Department to promote young organists. The effort will help raise the visibility of young artists as well as provide a Central Iowa performance venue for U of I students. The Central Iowa Chapter of the American Guild of Organists is providing financial assistance toward the effort. The first performance of this series will be given by organist Ross Jallo, who is pursuing a Doctorate of Musical Arts degree studying with Dr. Gregory Hand. The program is free and open to the public. Please come join us! A reception will follow in the Guild Hall.

Sung Eucharistic Service

Sunday, May 31 at 10 am

The service will feature W.A. Mozart's Missa brevis in C Major, K. 259 "Organ Solo," sung by the St. Pauls Cathedral Choir under the direction of Dr. Rebecca Gruber, with Cathedral Organist Canon David Raymond on the 68-rank Casavant organ.