Sing psalms and hymns and spiritual songs among yourselves, singing and making melody to God in your hearts, giving thanks to God at all times and for everything in the name of Jesus Christ.”  Ephesians 5 : 19 – 20
Praise God with trumpet sound; praise with lute and harp! Praise God with tambourine and dance; praise with strings and pipe! Praise God with sounding cymbals; praise with loud clashing cymbals! Let everything that breathes praise God!” Psalm 150 : 3 – 6

Canterbury Cross

The Church enjoys sponsoring music and the arts as a sign of partnering with God the Creator in creativity and in recreation.
Fine music, mosaics, carvings and embroidery have been a part of Christian worship from the first centuries. This stone cross, embedded in the wall behind the Cathedral lectern, is carved from stone from the walls of the 11th century Canterbury Cathedral in England.

Here at the Cathedral you will find diversity and inclusivity in the arts : elegant architecture, traditional and modern decorated fabrics, excellent music spanning the centuries and from time to time dance, theatre, and exhibitions of historical artifacts and modern art.

The Cathedral choirs The Cathedral organs Concerts Other activities

 

 

Diversity and Inclusivity : Five of the Cathedral altar frontals in different styles : 1936, 1970’s, 2012, 2013

white frontal   redfrontal2   Lent   bramantefrontal1   childrens frontal1