The Cathedral endeavours to provide a range of opportunities for people to deepen their understanding of Christian faith and life.
Lectures, seminars and discussion on a wide variety of topics and issues of interest to Christians and to the wider community are offered, usually on Wednesday evenings. These may have a devotional, theological or scriptural focus, especially in Advent and Lent, or may address a contemporary ethical or political issue facing the church. The sessions are led by Cathedral clergy and visiting experts from the wider church. The evenings usually commence with the Eucharist or Evensong in the Cathedral, followed immediately by the presentation. All are welcome.
ReGeneration (20s & 30s)
ReGeneration is a group for young adults (in their 20s or 30s). It meets on a monthly basis over coffee, pub-nights, movies, dinners, volunteer days, and more. ReGeneration also hosts a Bible Study & Spirituality Discussion Group every other Sunday at 1:00pm in the Cathedral Centre. To learn more, or sign up for emails, contact Andrew Kuhl.
Education for Ministry (EFM)
Theological Education for lay people: Opening up a wide exploration of Christian tradition, history, and Scripture in a small group seminar setting which takes people seriously as Christians without prescribing a particular interpretation. Learn more here.
Book Club (All Ages)
This book club meets monthly in the St. George’s Chapel after the 11:00am service. Check Connections (the weekly bulletin) or contact the office to learn the date of the next meeting and the current material being studied.
The York Group usually meets on the second Thursday of the month (except July & August), to listen to speakers on a wide range of topics. All are welcome to attend.
You may also be interested in checking out
Past Lectures (video/audio)
Online homilies (audio)