Sunday worship services are at 8:00 am (Rite I, no music), 10:30 am (Rite II, with choir and hymns), and 5:00 pm (Contemporary with music).
The 10:30 am service is livestreamed via Facebook and YouTube. All are welcome.
The Cathedral is open Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays from 9:30am - 4:00 pm and Tuesdays from noon - 4:00 pm.
If you need access outside these times, please contact the Office at 509-838-4277 or by email at

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Worship Times

Weekly Services

Sunday 8:00am - Rite I

Sunday 10:30am - Rite II with music - Live streamed on our Facebook and YouTube pages.

Sunday 5pm - Rite III with music

Wednesday 10:00am - Rite II

The Cathedral offers multiple opportunities to worship, sing, and pray together in-person and virtually. Please check our Facebook page to join us.

All are welcome to participate in worship - the heart of our life as a Christian community. 

Come for worship and prayer at the Cathedral.


8:00 am Sundays

A celebration of Holy Eucharist in a quieter early Sunday serving using traditional language (Rite I).

10:30am Sundays

The Holy Eucharist with hymns and choir using more contemporary language (Rite II). A 15 minute carillon concert can be heard before the service.

This service is also streamed on Facebook and YouTube. For those viewers communion is offered at the Welcome Center patio at 11:30am.

10:00 am Wednesdays

A quieter Holy Eucharist, often with readings and sermon focused on the saints. Currently held in the Great Hall, an accessible space.

Followed by Bible Study led by Mike Leiserson.


“Those who sing pray twice” ~ St. Augustine

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Beautiful music in a beautiful setting

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Exploring the connections between God's Word and our life

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Other Services

In addition to regular weekly Eucharist services, St. John's Cathedral provides worship services for special life events.

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At the Cathedral, we’re delighted to work with couples who seriously seek to make Christ and the Church a part of their marriage relationship.
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Scripture promises us that we are not left alone in our grief. We trust in the good news of Christ’s resurrection, the promise of eternal life.