We are eager to share with you all that the Cathedral has to offer! 

You'll find inspiring architecture, music, and preaching - and perhaps a church to call "home."


We are happy to assist you personally with any questions, and our clergy also wants to greet you. We want you to feel at home!


~ St. Paul's offers hospitality, healing and hope to all, and especially our Buffalo community, in the name of Jesus Christ who welcomes all people no exception.


~ St. Paul's has many ways for you to meet people and share in the life of the Cathedral.


~ When you're visiting on Sunday, please look for our Ushers who have printed materials about the Cathedral.


~Our Clergy is available to you for confidential pastoral counseling and spiritual direction.

Mission Statement

The people of St. Paul's Episcopal Cathedral

strive to be a beacon of God's love

in Western New York through

transformative worship, inclusive fellowship,

and active service in partnership

with the wider community.

Welcome to St. Paul's Cathedral!


Cathedral Address: 

139 Pearl Street, Buffalo, NY 14202

Office & Mailing: 

4 Cathedral Park, Buffalo, NY 14202


Phone: 716-855-0900

Fax: 716-855-0910


Office Hours: 9 am - 5 pm, M-F - Closed 

                          9 am - 4 pm, M-F  Summer Hours

                          (Memorial Day - Labor Day)

Email: office@spcbuffalo.org

Weekday Service Times:

Tuesdays & Thursdays - Cancelled

12:05 pm - Spoken (Richmond Chapel)


Sunday Service Times:

8:00 am - Simple Celebration of Holy Communion 

10:15 am - Festive Celebration of Holy Communion

Due to the COVID-19 epidemic, 

On-Site Worship is cancelled.


Go to the "Home" page for info. on

how to join the Sunday online service.

James: Faith in Action Bible Study

Every Sunday at 9:00 am on Zoom

During June and July, St. Paul’s Episcopal Cathedral in Buffalo invites all to reflect on how our relationship with God leads to care and concern for others as we unpack the Letter of James. Each Wednesday as part of the “As Daylight Fades: An Evening Service of Light and Hope” at 7:00 pm a member of the clergy team will offer a reflection on a passage of James and the following Sunday at 9:00 am all are invited to participate in a Bible study to go more in depth with the same passage. Log-in information to these Zoom offerings is below.


This series is particularly relevant in the context of

COVID-19 for multiple reasons. The Letter of James:

  • helps clarify Christian identity by articulating what is most important – the royal law of love

  • provides assurance that God’s grace as expressed in God’s Word will outlast all the changes and chances we experience in this life

  • identifies key themes associated with Christian living, including patience, wisdom, the impact of what we say, and actively expressing our commitment to the human family


For the Bible study, participants are encouraged to order and use N.T. Wright’s For Everyone Bible Study Guide on James; however, this resource isn’t essential to participate in the Bible study. The guide can be ordered on-line via Christianbook.comAmazon or a website of your choice.


The sermon series will begin on June 3rd and the Bible study on June 7th – the focus text will be James 1:1-8. Dean Derrick sees this series and the conversations associated with it as an instrumental component to understanding God’s mission for the Body of Christ, especially in the context of COVID-19 and as we begin planning for a gradual return to in-person activities. Come explore!!

Meeting ID:  716 855 0900

Password: 4cathedral


Phone Access: 929-205-6099

Meeting ID: 716 855 0900

Access code: 535007

Wednesday Evening Worship:

Every Wednesday at 7:00 pm on Zoom

Webinar ID:  865 0282 1794

Password: 4cathedral


Phone: 929-205-6099 

Webinar ID: 865 0282 1794

Access Code: 74412

139 Pearl Street, Buffalo, NY 14202
Office: 4 Cathedral Park 
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Meeting ID:  716 855 0900

Password: 4cathedral

Phone Access: 929-205-6099

Meeting ID: 716 855 0900

Access code: 535007