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Each Sunday night in the heart of downtown Orlando, in our beautiful Gothic-revival style Cathedral we hold an ancient Christian worship service called Holy Eucharist.  In hymns, chants, prayers, scripture readings, and preaching, we reenact the story of the Bible together: Creation, Fall, Redemption, Restoration.  

This is a worship experience that involves all five of your senses.  

You could say we even taste, smell, and touch God's redemption story in the bread and wine of Communion.  From the architecture of the Cathedral to the liturgy, as poet Gerard Manley Hopkins wrote, “Christ plays in ten thousand places.”  It’s glorious.  For more on Anglican liturgy and the Bible, HERE’S an article from one of our priests, Canon Justin Holcomb.

After Eucharist we often walk together to a downtown Pub for dinner, drinks, and fellowship.


We meet each Sunday night from 6-7:15pm.  In Anglican churches some worshippers come early to kneel and pray silently before the service begins.  You are welcome to do this!


Parking can be difficult in downtown Orlando.  There are three main parking options when you come to the Cathedral: 1) Metered street parking around the building is free on Sunday nights, 2) The Lanier Parking Lot sits RIGHT BESIDE the Cathedral and parking is FREE there for those attending Saint Luke’s, 3) The Regions Bank Parking Garage is another great free place to park.  Pull into the garage, take a ticket, and get a parking voucher from an usher at the Cathedral before you leave.  As you pull out of the garage put both tickets in the machine and that’s it!