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Children and Youth Ministries

All ages are welcome at the Cathedral!

Nursery and Sunday School operate every week during the 10:30am Sunday Service for any youth who wish to participate. All Sunday School leaders have completed up-to-date Vulnerable Sector Checks. 

Altar Guild: Youth and young adults are invited to support the execution of our principal services (Choral Eucharist, Choral Evensong) by being an altar service and/or acolyte. Get in touch with the Cathedral Office, or speak to the Dean.

Cathedral Choristers: Stay tuned for the return of our belove young chorister programme in Fall 2024. 

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Prayer Chain Ministry

The Cathedral Prayer Chain is a group of persons who take up their responsibility to pray, in their own time and place, for certain persons or concerns made known to them. We do this …

  • To live out our God-given mandate “to pray for one another”
  • To provide immediate confidential prayer support
  • To connect this prayer ministry to the total ministry of the community of faith

If you know someone who would appreciate having the Prayer Chain activated for them, please enter your prayer request in the form below.  Alternatively, we can be contacted at

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Faith and Justice Coalition

The Kingston Faith and Justice Coalition is a group of people of different faiths who are concerned about matters of Social Justice. We meet monthly in the Library of St. George’s Cathedral, Kingston, Ontario to review proposed group actions in opposition to or in support of various local, provincial, national or international actions or policies involving matters of Social Justice. These actions are often letters or emails, but also might include briefings or lectures or attendance at demonstrations. All persons of faith are welcome to attend our meetings or to join our email list of friends and supporters. We can be reached through by filling out the form below.

Outreach St. George's Kingston (OSGK)

Lunch by George

A lunch and drop-in program was first opened in downtown Kingston at St. George's Hall in 1985 for the summer months to replace the program at St. Vincent de Paul which closed during that time. The following year, the program was run again by volunteers from St. George's Cathedral, relying on financial support from the church and the community, as well as from donations of food. This time, however, the program continued beyond the summer. In 1988 a budget for operations was drawn up and the Ministry of Community and Social Services agreed to provide partial funding, including the cost of hiring a co-ordinator. With support from the provincial government, the Lunch Program was able to reimburse the cathedral for costs associated with the program (utilities, maintenance, etc.)

OSGK operates independently of St. George's Cathedral. It continues to pay operating expenses in St. George's Hall and to receive support from many parishioners and other Kingstonians.

For over 20 years, Lunch By George served over 10,000 meals annually from perhaps the smallest kitchen of its kind in the region. In 2009, our volunteers moved into an expanded and updated kitchen in St. George's Hall, thanks to a grant from Ontario's Trillium Foundation and many local supporters.

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