Cathedral 20s & 30s

Here at the Cathedral, 20s and 30s from around Houston take a break from their usual weekday routines to gather and talk about their lives and faith, to pray together and learn something new about God and themselves.

Wednesday Night Community

In the spring, the group will read from and discuss the Book of Judges. We will also venture out to various Houston hotspots and hear the life stories of a few members of the group. Don’t forget to sign up for our e-newsletter to stay up-to-date. Contact: Jeremy Bradley (713-217-1349).

Jan. 7 Intro to Judges
Jan. 14 Eileen’s Ordination
Jan. 21 Judges 1:1-2:5
Jan. 28 Judges 2:6-3:6 
Feb. 6 Outing 
Feb. 11 Judges 3:7-31
Feb. 18 Ash Wednesday
Feb. 25 Life Story
March 4 Judges 4-5 
March 13 Outing
March 18 Judges 6:1-8:28
March 25 Judges 8:29-9:57 
April 1 Life Story
April 8 Judges 10-12 
April 15 Outing
April 22 Judges 13-15
April 29 Judges 16 
May 6 Life Story
May 13 Judges 17-18
May 20 Judges 19-21 
May 24 Summer Party

Lunches and Brunches

The 20s & 30s regularly meet at area restaurants for social gatherings and fellowship.

  • First Friday Downtown Lunch
  • Second Sunday Brunch
  • Third Thursday Galleria Lunch

Join the Cathedral 20s & 30s Facebook page or sign up for the 20s & 30s e-newsletter to learn more about upcoming gatherings.

Young adults to slow down, build up at weekend retreat

Once a year, the Cathedral 20s & 30s gather together at a place that is away from the hustle and bustle of normal life. There our young adults can slow down, build their faith, and grow in fellowship more deeply.

The annual retreat weekend features a facilitator who will lead the group in discussion and pose unique, challenging questions. At this year’s retreat on February 20–22, we welcome Aneya Elbert, who is the program coordinator and a spiritual director at the Episcopal Student Center at Texas A&M University and Blinn College.

On working with young adults, Elbert said, “I enjoy conversations about Christian spirituality and emerging church, but believe we can hold on to our Episcopal tradition and liturgy while looking to the future as the Church changes to meet us where we are today.”

The deadline to register is February 17. The final details are not yet fixed, but the retreat should cost between $30–40 and the location should be within a two-hour drive of downtown Houston. Scholarships are available as needed so that all may participate.