St. Paul’s Cathedral welcomes everyone with open arms and open hearts! The Cathedral community is intentionally vibrant, active, diverse and inclusive. Our joy is in being a loving, accepting spiritual home - that serves as the face of God - to our community and to everyone who wishes to be part of our downtown parish.
Explore the Cathedral through our website and know we are here to walk with you on your journey of faith. We will happily answer any questions that may surface. St. Paul believed that all people are members of the Body of Christ, and this belief is embraced at the Cathedral. Wherever you may be on your Christian journey, however you identify, you are welcome, respected and accepted.
Founded more than 125 years ago, St. Paul’s Cathedral has long been a parish of great joy, deep comfort, beautiful music, meaningful community service, spiritual renewal and timeless worship in the Episcopal tradition. We are committed to the way of Christ by loving unconditionally, giving sacrificially, serving selflessly and connecting deeply.
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Since 1904, St. Paul's Cathedral has served the community from the same location at the northeast corner of N.W. 7th and Robinson. Providing a spiritual heart to the Cathedral's neighbors in Downtown, Bricktown, Midtown and Uptown Oklahoma City, St. Paul's also serves as the Cathedral for the Diocese of Oklahoma.
There are 1100 parishioners at St. Paul's, some of whom drive long…Read More »
First of all, a warm welcome to St. Paul's Episcopal Cathedral! We are so happy you've found us. We invite you to explore our website and to discover more about who we are as a community of faith and as people of God. There are number of ministries both within and outside our walls as well as a vibrant series of educational offerings for adults, youth and children.
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Get to know the clergy and staff of St. Paul's Episcopal Cathedral in Oklahoma City!Read More »
Music in the Episcopal Church has long been part of the Church's history and is woven into the fabric of St. Paul's Cathedral. Music transcends restrictions of time and place and takes us to a plane where, as written in Hymn 420, "How often, making music, we have found a new dimension in the world of sound, as worship moved us to a more profound Alleluia!"
With that, opportuni…Read More »
One of St. Paul’s outreach programs is the Oakerhater Guild. This ministry continues the work begun by the Reverend David Pendelton Oakerhater to the Cheyenne and Arapaho tribe of Western Oklahoma. Rev. Oakerhater was the first Native American to be ordained in the Episcopal Church, to the order of deacons.
Oakerhater, or “Making Medicine”, was born circa 1847 in Western Oklaho…Read More »