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Christopher Keady plays Francis Poulenc’s ‘Novelette in C Major’ for “Music Lives On At Grace”

By Brendan Byrne

Tuesday, May 12

Our musicians are keeping their skills up while we all shelter in place by learning new music! Today, we’re sharing another piece that Christopher Keady, our Assistant Director of Music, has learned during this time...

Grace is Serving the Community: An Update from Dean Malcolm

By admin

Thursday, May 7

The coronavirus has created great hardship across our community and the world, and Grace Cathedral is taking action. In this personal address from inside the cathedral, Dean Malcolm Clemens Young shares highlights of our work...

New Online Offering: Small Groups @ Grace

By The Rev. Kristin Saylor

Thursday, May 7

Small Groups @ Grace is an invitation to deepen our faith and strengthen our bonds of fellowship. Small groups, consisting of no more than 10 people, will meet weekly for 8 weeks. Groups will be...

Learning in Lockdown — and Waiting to Burst Out

By admin

Thursday, May 7

We’re delighted to share this greeting and reflection from The Very Rev. Andrew Nunn, Dean of Southwark Cathedral in London — part of a series that cathedral is producing about how cathedrals around the Anglican...

Christopher Keady plays ‘Voiles’ by Claude Debussy for “Music Lives On At Grace”

By admin

Tuesday, May 5

As we move into May, the cathedral musicians continue to rehearse and learn the music that makes our worship and arts experiences so beautiful and moving. Today, we’re sharing a piece that Christopher Keady, the...

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