Since 1904, St. Paul's Episcopal Cathedral has been a witness to downtown Oklahoma City through worship, learning and loving service. We are the Cathedral for the Diocese of Oklahoma, which is part of The Episcopal Church.

Tours & History

125+ years young and located at the northeast corner of N.W. 7th and Robinson, St. Paul's has a rich history, and is a spiritual heart to the Cathedral's neighbors in Downtown, Bricktown, Midtown and Uptown Oklahoma City. Learn more about this amazing spaces and artifacts by visiting Your Cathedral

Tours can be arranged anytime through the front office by calling 405- 235-3436.

At St. Paul’s Cathedral welcomes everyone with open arms and open hearts! The Cathedral community is intentionally vibrant, active, diverse and inclusive. Our joy is in being a loving, accepting spiritual home - that serves as the face of God - to our community and to everyone who wishes to be part of our downtown parish.

Worship of God, together in community, is integral to who we are at St. Paul's.

What to Expect

In Episcopal worship, we nurture our faith by celebrating Holy Communion most Sundays. We engage our minds through reading Holy Scripture and hearing a thought-provoking sermon. We engage our senses through beautiful, reverent surroundings and often through music that touches the mind and the heart, in the rich, diverse Anglican and American musical traditions.

Each of our Sunday services have a different expression of worship, and we worship using the 1979 Book of Common Prayer with traditional language (Rite I) at 8:00am, contemporary language at 9:00am (Rite II), traditional language at 11:15am (Rite I), and a rotating schedule of special 5:00pm services. You can watch any of our services online as they are live-streamed.

Are you new...and with Kids? Don't worry - We've got you! Click HERE for more details on what to expect and how to prepare for worship as a parent with children.

First Time to Worship

After you find a place to park in the North or South Cathedral Parking Lot, enter the gates closest to 7th and Robinson and be greeted by our volunteers, who can direct you to the next service where you will be guided into the sanctuary by our ushers. Be sure to take a bulletin and let the usher or attendant know you're new or visiting so they can properly welcome you. Enjoy some quiet, contemplative time to pray, meditate and listen to music before the service starts. As a liturgical church, the experience of Episcopal worship may be new to you. If so - Please, don't worry! You might observe kneeling, communion, and other liturgical practices. There are cards in the pew racks to read about these practices and what to expect during the service.

Wondering what to wear? On Sunday mornings, worshippers may dress casually in jeans, business/sharp casual', or even in their Sunday best. Dress however you feel comfortable! We promise you will be welcomed, and there is expected no dress code except to please, be dressed!

Services Directions

Online Welcome Card

St. Paul's Cathedral is a vibrant Episcopal church in the heart of downtown Oklahoma City. Deeply rooted in the ministry and teachings of Jesus Christ and the traditions of the Episcopal Church, St. Paul's is the spiritual center of the Diocese of Oklahoma. We are committed to being a place for all who seek and share God's unconditional and abundant love, which calls us to comfort and stand with the vulnerable and each other. All are invited; all are welcome.

We want to get to know you, and hear your story. Please fill out this online welcome card or reach out to Father Omar Cisneros for a conversation.


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