Upcoming Events

Save the Date
Vacation Bible School will be the week of August 7, Monday thru Friday from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. in Barth Hall. This year’s theme is F.R.O.G., Fully Rely on God! Vacation Bible School is free, includes lunch, and is for children age 4 thru 10 years. Older children and teens can apply to be helpers. Please call Kit at 313.833.4415 or email her at kilardi@detroitcathedral.org for information.


Choir Day Camp, August 14-18 is open to all young people who are currently choristers, and those preparing to enter the choir school in the Fall.

For more information, contact the Cathedral Music Office at music@detroitcathedral.org


DLECTRICITY Returns September 22 + 23, 2017!

DLECTRICITY, inspired by Nuit Blanche arts festivals from around the world, presented two major light-based art + technology festivals in 2012 and 2014. Produced by Midtown Detroit, Inc. (MDI), the spectacular outdoor visual light + art celebration took place along the Woodward Corridor. Attendees were immersed in a landscape of light through groundbreaking installations of video art, 3D video mapping, lasers, interactive design and engineering, and captivating performance.

In 2014, DLECTRICITY showcased over 40 internationally acclaimed, local, and emerging artists from around the world, including Australia, Canada, Germany, Italy, Poland, Sweden, New York, Boston, Los Angeles, and Detroit. Attendance doubled from its inaugural year–from 75,000 in 2012 to 150,000 in 2014. Participants in the Light Bike Parade also more than doubled and drew over 3,000 individuals in this 4-mile route.

DLECTRICITY was inspired by Detroit’s very own Electric Park, formerly located on the site of what is now Gabriel Richard Park. From 1906 until 1928, Detroit Electric Park served as a major attraction, beginning as a trolley park and later expanding into an dazzling amusement park with the development of electrification

The Cathedral will host two artists this year. Learn more HERE

The Cathedral Singers will join the Choir of Blessed Sacrament Cathedral on Sunday, October 1 at 4:00 p.m. for the opening concert of the University of Michigan Fall Organ Conference. This year’s conference is dedicated to the music of Louis Vierne, and is being co-hosted by the Cathedral Church of St. Paul.

The opening concert in the sumptuous acoustic of Blessed Sacrament Cathedral will include Vierne’s ‘Messe solennel’ and ‘Tantum ergo’, as well as his ‘Les Angelus’ for soprano and organ. The ladies of the Cathedral Singers will be joined by organist Joseph Balistreri for Olivier Latry’s ‘Versets on Salve Regina,’ and organist Naki Sung Kripfgans will perform Vierne’s ‘Marche triomphale’ for organ and brass quintet.

The evening continues in the Cathedral Church of St. Paul at 8 p.m. with a gala organ recital played by American concert organist Martin Jean, who will perform Vierne’s stirring Symphonie V and Charles-Marie Widor’s Symphonie Romane.