The Cathedral Church of Saint Paul, known in our community as the Fond du Lac Cathedral, is a local fellowship within Christ's One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church, a congregation of the Episcopal Church, the Mother Church of the Episcopal Diocese of Fond du Lac, and, most importantly, a family of diverse individuals gathered to worship a loving, liberating, and life-giving God and to serve our neighbors within our community and around the world.
As Anglicans our roots are traced back to the Church that Jesus founded and which, soon after the Resurrection, would make its way to the British Isles. Today, Anglican Christianity represents the third largest Christian body in the world and has members on every continent. Anglicanism is often described as the Church of the via media, "the middle way", bridging the gap between evangelical protestantism and traditional catholicism.
Saint Paul's is committed to being "a Cathedral for the whole community." Whether we are distributing food to the hungry, hosting free lectures and concerts, sponsoring educational opportunities for adults and children, or, simply, opening our doors for private prayer and meditation, we are trying to live into our vocation to be your Cathedral, a center of worship and service for all of Fond du Lac.
51 West Division Street
Fond du Lac, Wisconsin 54935
Sunday, 10 AM: Solemn Eucharist
Tuesday, 12 PM: Said Eucharist
Wednesday, 5:30 PM: Healing Mass, followed by Christian Education
Thursday, 12 PM: Said Eucharist followed by a free soup meal