The Cathedral of St. Paul recognizes the importance of visual arts in the spiritual life of the community.  The Cathedral owns a number of wonderful art pieces and we have hosted exhibits by local and international artists.

When I was Hungry and Thirsty by Timothy P. Schmalz was purchased and dedicated in 2018.

Inspired by the Gospel of Matthew 25:40, the  sculpture sits near the Cathedral's entrance.

The Cathedral hosted international artist Ludmila Pawlowska's exhibit, Icons in Transformation in 2013.

The Cathedral's own Jon Chisholm, sculptor, exhibited The Holy Land Revisited in 2018.

Pray for Erie Prayer Arbor invited the community to add their prayers to an arbor installed at our entrance in 2016.

Sculptor Jon Chisholm's interpretation of The Cathedral's crest in on display in our Welcome center.

Cathedral Friends Art Exhibit,  an eclectic display of work, was on exhibit in early 2020.

Fishers of Men, a fiber art piece by Cathedral member Carrie Beckman hangs in the Cathedral office.

The Rust Belt New Americans exhibit came to the Cathedral in 2017.

Pentecost  fabric art installation by AJ Noyes was displayed in the Cathedral in 2018.

To Find Your Way  by Ludmila Pawlowska is displayed in the Cathedral's Welcome center.

A Way Forward,  an exhibit of paintings by Art Alexander Bacchus, was on display in April and May of 2019.


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The Episcopal Cathedral of St. Paul  134 West 7th Street   Erie, Pennsylvania 16501