Our New Cathedral


After five years of dreaming and re-imagining the physical space, your Episcopal Cathedral has been renovated.

In the fall of 2015, we moved back into an old building made new; more open and flexible, flooded with natural light, easily wheelchair accessible and with a bright, beautiful chapel just inside the entrance, so anyone walking by can easily slip into a sacred space to pray, or simply sit in stillness and peace.

We are now able to grow our ministries, providing more flexible and accommodating space to all those we have been invited by God to serve; members of our homeless community, the many congregations who worship here and Episcopalians across our diocese. All those for whom the Cathedral is a spiritual home and whose lives God is transformed.

During construction worship was held at St. John the Evangelist on Bowdoin Street, with whom we merged last year. All our programs have resumed; the Monday lunch and Monday Eucharist will happen at the Cathedral, while our homeless writers and meditation groups will both continue to meet at our Tremont Street offices.

Please view our slideshow below that contains photographs taken by Roy Goodwin. Click the play button to begin slideshow or left or right arrows to scroll through photographs.

For pictures depicting the Cathedral's September 27, 2015 return to Worship, please click here. (photographs taken by Roy Goodwin)

For a more extensive collection of photos of the interior of the Cathedral and its ministries, please click here. (photographs taken by Roy Goodwin)