I grew up in Christian congregations that excluded Christians of varying sexual orientations. Wandering and pining for home, I stumbled into Saint John’s Cathedral, a place that pointed my disillusioned eyes to the very center of my faith – the table. I stood in awe of the diverse faces that all came to partake in communion. I joined the acolyte ministry, and every Sunday I have the privilege of offering the grace for which I always hungered in my Christian life – the grace of inclusion."

-Bradley Jackson
"I caught a glimpse of intentional community working at church summer camp. As I’ve grown I’ve searched for a similar experience of fellowship. The friendships we’ve made at Saint John’s have been warm and genuine. It felt natural to host events for the 20s & 30s group where we have met other young adults interested in developing friendships through faith. We look forward to hosting more events, and contributing to strong friendship and fellowship within the cathedral community."

-Michael and Mikaila
20s & 30s
Come join this young vibrant group that meets up every second Tuesday of the month. For more information please visit sjcathedral20s30s or contact Matthew Henderson at matthew@sjcathedral.org.

14th and Clarkson
14th & Clarkson is a way to be active and engaged in life and broaden friendship with those at the Cathedral whom share a commonality of interest. The group meets approximately once a month in a variety of local, social and cultural activities that encourage conversation and fellowship. For more information, please contact Leo Carosella at leo.carosella@yahoo.com.

Young and Adult Ushers
“Welcome one another, as Christ has welcomed you.” Ushers greet all those who enter our doors, take the offertory, note attendance figures, and with their signature white carnations are always on hand to give assistance. Adult ushers also serve for other events, such as Evensong services, funerals, and ordinations. On Sundays, adults serve at the 11:15 am service and youth serve at the 9:00 am service. For more information about adult ushers, please contact William McMechen at William.McMechen@gmail.com. For information about our youth usher please contact Kim McPherson at kim@sjcathedral.org.

Cathedral Bakers
Do you have a passion for baking and enjoy welcoming others with sweets? the Saint John’s Cathedral Bakers is a group of wonderful bakers who deliver delicious treats to various Cathedral events. If you would like to contribute your baking expertise into welcoming others, please contact Laura Corral at bookbabe1970@yahoo.com.

Cathedral Nite
Please join us all for an evening of fellowship, prayer and nourishment to our souls. On Wednesday nights Saint John’s provides a delicious meal and community engagement that supports our spiritual formation. Come to eat and pray with us starting at 5:30 pm –Holy Eucharist. 6:15 pm –Supper in Dagwell Hall. 7:00 pm –Catechumenate and Formation Groups. 8:30 pm –Compline.

Daughters of the King
The Order of the Daughters of the King® (DOK) is a spiritual sisterhood of women dedicated to a life of Prayer, Service and Evangelism. We have made a commitment to Jesus as our Savior, and we follow Him as Lord of our lives. We are an Order for women who are communicants of the Episcopal Church, churches in communion with it, or churches in the Historic Episcopate. Today our membership includes women in the Anglican, Episcopal, Lutheran (ELCA) and Roman Catholic churches. For more information please contact Priscilla Shand at priscillashand1@mac.com.
Welcome Center
Welcome to Saint John’s Cathedral a vibrant and dynamic faith community where we are welcoming and affirming of all. At the Saint John’s Welcome Center we want everyone who walks through the doors to be apart of the community in Christ. We encourage you to get to know our clergy and staff and to be reminded of the beautiful architecture when visiting. We want to provide you with a positive experience and a sense of belonging. If you are interested in serving at the Welcome Center, please contact Matthew Henderson at matthew@sjcathedral.org.
Invitation to Welcome and Integration
Saint John’s Cathedral is a wonderful and exciting community with a variety of opportunities for connection. If you would like to be more integrated into Cathedral life, meet others, or have a one on one conversation with clergy and staff, then please attend a Welcome Gathering where we can support you in strengthening your spiritual community. Please RSVP at WelcomeGatherings or contact Matthew Henderson at matthew@sjcathedral.org.
Lay Eucharistic Visitors
The people of Saint John’s reach out to one another by visiting the home-bound, by helping our seniors, and by caring for the grieving. The Lay Eucharistic Visitor (LEV) ministry serves as trained ministry partners who take communion to Saint John’s parishioners who are unable to attend services in the Cathedral. These parishioners are at home, in the hospital, or in a care facility.
Through the LGBTQI ministry, we have the opportunity to extend the life of faith we experience at the Cathedral to our LGBTQI community. We offer a church home and send a positive message of love to our brothers and sisters in the LGBTQI community. For more information contact Michael Vente at michaelvente@yahoo.com.
Pastoral Care
Let us all support those who are either homebound or residing permanently in a care facility by providing them with God's comfort and love.  
Saint Martha's Guild
Saint Martha’s Guild was organized by Dean Paul Roberts in 1936, with the purpose of creating closer relationships among women within Saint John’s large congregation. Women have been meeting since then for dessert and a program at 1:00 pm on the fourth Tuesday of the month, September through April. For more information, contact Jane Joukema, current President, at jjoukema@msn.com.
Seniors on a Rampage
We have active, seniors ministry with monthly activities involving field trips, fun, learning, fellowship, food and care for one another. SOAR plans regular events for the seniors of the Cathedral and surrounding community, typically on the second Thursday of the Month. All are welcome! For more information contact Basil Carpenter at intbybasil@comcast.net.
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