Cathedral Sunday Set for November 22

Students from Diocesan Schools get in line for the 2014 March of Witness

The annual Cathedral Sunday celebration will be observed on  Sunday, November 22 with a Festal Evensong at the Cathedral of St Jago de la Vega, Spanish Town, under the theme  Cathedral Pilgrimage: Summoned by the God who made us.”
The afternoon’s activities promise to be eventful, as before the Service begins at 3:30 pm, there  will be a March of Witness by clergy and church organizations, accompanied by Marching Bands.The march from the Prison Oval to the Cathedral will begin at 2.30 p.m.; and this will be followed by dance presentations at the Cenotaph in front of the Cathedral.

Students from Anglican Schools and youth from churches across the island will take part in the Service, in keeping with the refrain of the popular hymn, to: “sing a new church into being one in faith and love and praise”. The Sermon will be delivered by the Rev. Michael Allen, Rector, Church of the Ascension, Mona Heights.

Chairman of the Cathedral Sunday Planning Committee, Archdeacon Patrick Cunningham, is urging congregations across the Diocese to “accept the summons and join the pilgrimage to this historic Cathedral – the Mother Church of our Diocese – for a memorable and moving worship experience.”


Please see below highlights of Cathedral Sunday 2014


CATHEDRAL SUNDAY 2014. Tony Patel Photo.

Representatives of St. David’s, Yallahs ready to go

CATHEDRAL SUNDAY 2014. Tony Patel Photo.

Men of the Brotherhood take their place

CATHEDRAL SUNDAY 2014. Tony Patel Photo.

All Saints’ Marching Band leads the way

CATHEDRAL SUNDAY 2014. Tony Patel Photo.

The Queen’s School’s dramatic presentation of the Psalm