Friday, April 19
A quiet spoken service, using the Book of Common Prayer, with brief prayers, a Psalm, and readings of Scripture.
A traditional Good Friday observance, which uses Victoria's Passion, sung by the Cathedral Choir, to tell the crucifixion story.
Readings, in Spanish and English, and congregational chanting and hymns take participants through twelve stations, ending in the Biblical Garden. Begins in the Narthex.
Artist in Residence David Briggs, one of the world's greatest improvisers, offers a concert of improvisations on the Seven Last Words of Christ, together with readings and poe...
Saturday, April 20
Explore the many highlights of the Cathedral’s history, architecture, and artwork, from the Great Bronze Doors to the seven Chapels of the Tongues. Learn about the daily...
On this adventurous, “behind-the-scenes” tour, climb more than 124 feet through spiral staircases to the top of the world's largest cathedral. Learn stories throug...
Beginning in total darkness, the congregation joins the clergy in illuminating the Cathedral by candlelight, as we observe the Paschal mystery—the passage from darkness...
Sunday, April 21
The Sacrament of Holy Eucharist, celebrated with a sermon using the Book of Common Prayer.