The Cathedral of St. Philip - Atlanta, GA


As Christians, we spend our entire lives, from baptism to death, becoming disciples of Christ and growing in faith. As Episcopalians, this process of formation is shaped, in particular, by our liturgy and life together. Therefore, so are our education programs. The Cathedral offers programs for all ages and kinds of learners. These programs are intended to equip us for ministry and to foster spiritual growth through meaningful participation in and reflection on our common prayer, community, sacred stories, and mission. Contact Canon Lauren Holder, 404-365-1036, if you have questions about adult education.  

Children's ministries     Youth ministries

Suicide Intervention Training

Friday – Saturday, September 23 – 24
8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Whether at work, at home, with friends or teammates, or in more formal helping roles, many of us have been, or will be, called upon to respond to someone who is experiencing a mental-health crisis or considering suicide. The Cathedral is hosting a two-day workshop in one of the world’s leading suicide-intervention models, Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST). ASIST teaches individuals to provide a skilled intervention to a person who may be having thoughts of suicide and develop a collaborative safety plan to keep them safe and alive. The cost is $150 for Cathedral members, and continuing education credits are available.  Please register by September 9 here. Once you register, you will receive an email for a link to pay for the workshop. Contact Hillary Jones, or 404-365-1038, with any questions.

Register here

Sunday School for Adults

Old Fashioned Sunday School
10:10 a.m., in Child Hall and online »

Old Fashioned Sunday school has concluded for the spring season.

Old Fashioned Sunday School will meet every Sunday at 10:10 a.m. to discuss topics of general interest to the Cathedral community. All are welcome. You will find a light heart, warm welcome, and good coffee!

This class meets in Child Hall and is available online. For more information, contact Canon George Maxwell,



Young Professionals Bible Study
10:10 a.m., in the Lanier House

Young Professionals' Bible Study classes are held in the Lanier House library for anyone in their twenties or thirties. No advance preparation is needed, and we talk about the week's scripture. Come join us! Contact Keith Dumke,, for more information. Please note: we'll be joining the Adult Confirmation Class through March. 


Body and Soul: Men's Health and Spirituality
1:00 p.m., monthly, Walthour Library and on Zoom

Meeting ID: 883 9075 7068
Passcode: 300582

A men's group for discussion of various men's health issues and spirituality. The meetings will be at 1:00 p.m. on Sundays and available in person and via Zoom. If you are interested in attending or have questions, please contact the Rev. Deacon Juan Sandoval at or 404-365-1095.


Weekday Bible Studies


The Dean's Men's Bible Study (7–8 a.m.)

This group meets every Tuesday morning in the Chapter Room, September through May, to read and study scripture, to share faith stories, and to support each other in prayer. Sam Candler, the Dean of the Cathedral, usually leads the group; all men are invited, whether Cathedral members or not. Contact Jeannie Mahood,, for more information.

Early Morning Women's Bible Study (7–8 a.m.)

All women are welcome to this group led by Canon Lauren Holder; drop in when you can. Contact Canon Holder,, for more information.



The Dean's Women's Bible Study (10:45–11:45 a.m.)

This group meets Wednesday mornings in the Chapter Room, September through May, to read and study scripture, to share faith stories, and to support each other in prayer. Dean Candler usually leads the group and coffee is available. All women are invited, whether Cathedral members or not. Contact Jeannie Mahood,, for more information.

Eat Your Word Bible Study (noon–1 p.m.)

All are welcome to this weekly Bible study, led by Canon Cathy Zappa in Room 239. Please bring your lunch and be ready for a lively conversation! Click here to join via Zoom.




Book Groups and Monthly Groups

Word to Your Mother

Second Tuesday of every odd month

Canon Lauren Holder facilitates a book study periodically, intentionally geared toward busy, busy moms. This group covers a range of topics, including parenting, marriage, women’s spirituality, faith at home, and friendship. While this group is specifically designed for moms, it is open to all women.


Sons of Thunder

First Thursday of every month

Sons of Thunder meets on the first Thursday of every month (unless otherwise indicated) for breakfast, discussion, and fellowship. All men are welcome! Each session stands on its own, so come when your schedule permits. For more information, contact Canon George Maxwell at