We are diverse

We are a community of old and young, uncertain and sure, broken and whole, city-dwellers and suburbanites, gay and straight, long-time members and college students new to Rochester, life long Episcopalians and those from any number of religious backgrounds or creeds.

We are cosmopolitan

 We are cosmopolitan: We love downtown Rochester and are part of our downtown community. We joined with the Eastman School of Music to build the internationally renowned Craighead-Saunders organ, and we now host Tuesday Pipes, which brings in our neighbors both near and far.

We are music enthusiasts!

We believe in the power of a liturgy steeped in musical traditions, from organ and choir on Sunday mornings to candlelight Compline, sung by the Schola Cantorum Sunday evenings at 9:00 P. M. (October - April).

We are active

We are members of RAIHN. We bring people out of the heat and the cold –our Meal and More Hospitality Team provides coffee hour and community for our guests before lunch is served.

Whether you have been a life-long Episcopalian or whether you are curious about how the Church might be relevant and meaningful for you in today’s world, we welcome you.

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