Who we are

The Episcopal Church puts emphasis on orderliness, reverence, and beauty in worship. Ceremony is a traditional part of our worship experience—BUT CEREMONY IS NOT AS IMPORTANT AS PEOPLE. It is our privilege to help you become familiar with our worship customs and understand their meaning if you choose to participate in them. Most significantly, we …

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The Cathedral

“A Cathedral is not merely a building, indeed the building is simply an opportunity for carrying out certain large ideas in service and worship, larger and wider than is expected in the Parish Church. It may be anything that you and I shall choose to make it.” – James Philip deBevers Kaye. Dean Kaye was …

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Staff

The Very Reverend Torey Lightcap Dean tlightcap@gracecathedraltopeka.org The Very Reverend R. Steve Lipscomb Dean Emeritus The Reverend John Bullock Assistant Priest jtbullock@gracecathedraltopeka.org The Reverend Don Chubb, Deacon donchubb2@yahoo.com The Venerable Anne Flynn, Archdeacon anneflynn@aol.com Kent Wingerson Cathedral Verger and Finance Officer kdwingerson@gracecathedraltopeka.org Connie Vosburgh Office Administrator chvosburgh@gracecathedraltopeka.org Steve Burk Organist/Choirmaster smburk@gracecathedraltopeka.org Sylvia Hamilton Assistant Organist …

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Vestry

Grace Cathedral 2020 Vestry Ron Langston Chris Shermoen Junior Warden Suzanne DeWeese Rick Backlund Susan Weber Brenda Keibert Linda Ditch Barbara Nuss Dennis Weikel January 2021 Vestry minutes December 2020 Vestry minutes November 2020 Vestry minutes October 2020 Vestry minutes September 2020 Vestry minutes August 2020 Vestry minutes July 2020 Vestry minutes June 2020 Vestry …

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The Episcopal Church

ABOUT THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH The Episcopal Church is a Christian body whose basic beliefs in God the Father,  God the Son and God the Holy Spirit are stated in the historic creeds of Christendom. Historically, the American Episcopal Church is descended from the Church of England, although its membership currently embraces, not just those with …

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Building Use Policy

Grace Cathedral’s parish hall (All Saints’ Hall) was built to help the parish grow as a faith community and in so doing, facilitate the social, spiritual and educational development of the congregation. This facility can accommodate up to 250 people, and is available for classes, meetings, receptions and social events. In addition, we are pleased …

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