Do you want to grow in faith, hope, and love? As a caring Christian community we offer many opportunities for friendship, study, service and prayer:

Click on the name of the ministry for more information (where available).

  • Alcoholics Anonymous

    AA meetings are held year-round in the Cathedral library Mondays (discussion meetings) and Thursdays (step meetings) at noon. These meetings are accessible to disabled persons via the alley between the Cathedral and State Education Building - just ring the doorbell.

  • B.L.T.

    Enjoy the Bible and Lunch Together on Mondays at the Empire State Plaza at noon with Dean Harding.

  • Christian Meditation Group

    Cathedral Meditation meets at 5:30PM on the 1st and 3rd Mondays of the month in St. Alban's Chapel (use the entrance to the chapel on Elk St). We welcome everyone to join us whether you are new to mediation or experienced in the practice. Contact Suzanne McDermott for more information.

  • The Community of the Cross of Nails

    A small prayer and study group led by Dean Harding.

  • The Daughters of the King

    Monthly meetings of the local chapter of an international women's group. Daughters pledge themselves to a life-long program of prayer, service and evangelism. Contact the Cathedral office for more information.

  • Dean’s Forum

    From 9:05 to 9:45 in Pederson Hall between the services. Presentation and discussion lead by the Dean on basic topics of the Christian Faith. 

  • mission to haiti

    The Cathedral of All Saints sponsors and visits a school in Pouly, Haiti.

  • Sunday School

    Sundays from 9:15–9:45 am for youth of all ages (children under 7 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.)  Contact Dean Harding for more information.

  • Thrift shop

    Open most Thursdays from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM, September through June. Enter through the side alley (across from the State Education building).

  • yarn angels

    Yarn Angels is a knitting and crocheting ministry that makes shawls for the homebound, those sick in hospital, and those in need of prayer.