Established in 1847, this mammoth cathedral has served as the seat of Atlanta's Episcopalian diocese for more that 150 ... More
Cathedral of Saint Philip (The)
Established in 1847, this mammoth cathedral has served as the seat of Atlanta's Episcopalian diocese for more that 150 years. The most peculiar aspect of the church's design is the Hall of Bishops, a 40-foot (12-meter) hexagon that features 11 circular paths that form a sort of labyrinth, meant to represent the pilgrimages of the Middle Ages. Tours of the facility are offered on Sunday mornings, or by appointment during the week. Services are also held daily throughout the week, with a special Spanish service on Sundays at 1:30p.
The Cathedral of Saint Philip is an amazing place. Just being inside the Cathedral makes me actually feel the spiritual part of me, that I never realized existed. The Cathedral of Saint Philip is truly a holy place. It the only place I know, where I can feel somehow connected to the rest of the universe spiritually. It's an awesome and wonderful feeling.
My middle school chorus will be singing here during this Sunday's service. Last Saturday we went for a rehersal and I was shocked to see this breathtaking cathedral. The acoustics are tremendous and this is ann experience I will never forget.
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