Center for Prayer & Pilgrimage

The Cathedral Center for Prayer and Pilgrimage invites an ever-widening circle of people to embark upon the spiritual journey. The Center offers a welcoming space for all seekers and pilgrims in the tradition of Cathedral hospitality.

Through programs, retreats, pilgrimages and prayer groups the Center helps individuals grow spiritually. Visit the Center for Prayer and Pilgrimage for a program, a time of silence or for Centering Prayer.

LOCATION:
The Center is located on the crypt level of the Cathedral and may be accessed through the Visitors’ Lounge or Resurrection Chapel.

HOURS:
Staffed by volunteers, the Center is open for quiet prayer and meditation Monday–Saturday, 10 am–4 pm, and Sunday, 1–4 pm.

QUESTIONS?
Contact the pilgrimage office at pilgrimages@cathedral.org

Pilgrimages

 

Cathedral gardenPilgrimages at the Cathedral
The Cathedral Pilgrimage Program offers an opportunity to step away from the busyness of daily life to pray, worship, and reflect on your spiritual journey amidst the Cathedral’s sacred spaces. There are many ways to make your pilgrimage. Learn more >>

 

Holy Land
                    photoTravel Pilgrimages
Join Cathedral leaders as they travel to sacred sites in the U.S. and abroad, and step into the pilgrimage tradition that is thousands of years old. Learn more >>

 

 

labyrinth photoCathedral Crossroads
Cathedral Crossroads, an evening of contemplative practice, is free and open to the public on the last Tuesday of each month. Learn more >>

 

 

Cathedral in moonlightPrayer Gatherings
Explore our diverse offerings of spiritual growth through communities gathered in prayer, devotional practices, and reflection. Learn more >>

 

 

Cathedral in moonlightPrograms
Explore our diverse offerings of spiritual growth through communities gathered in prayer, devotional practices, and reflection. Learn more >>

 

 


In Focus:

Pilgrim Observation GalleryThe Spirituality of Pilgrimages
Pilgrimage is at the heart of the major religious traditions and one of the rich treasures of the Christian experience. As a person on pilgrimage, what does it mean to "pray with your feet"?
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Parking at the Cathedral

Parking in the Cathedral’s underground garage is free on Sundays for services; parking for concerts and programs is available for an event-parking fee. Learn more about parking options for individuals and groups.