About Cathedral Park

For thousands of years, Cathedral Park has been a place of refuge and renewal.  Situated in the lower Olmos Basin, the property is home to several springs, now mostly dry, that once contributed to the head waters of the San…

The Pavilion

Built in 2014, the Pavilion is a cross between a screened-in porch and a tree house. Sitting atop cement pillars and entered from a wooden boardwalk, the pavilion is ideal for small groups of 20 to 30. It is a…

Visitor Information

We invite you to set aside the fast-paced culture of today and step into the quiet and beauty of God’s creation at Cathedral Park for a few minutes or a few hours. Here you will encounter trails for wandering as…

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Wisdom for these days

We invite you, in these difficult days, to walk the grounds at Cathedral Park, to sit and pray or just be, to listen to the gentle sound of water at the Trinity Fountain under the pergola. And to help, we…

Tuesdays at Cathedral Park

We are suspending One-Hour Tuesdays at Cathedral Park until it is safe to gather. However, Cathedral Park is open for your quiet meditation, long walks, prayer, and enjoyment of nature.  We invite you to come.  Please use discretion in contacting…

Take a Nature Break

Science continues to confirm the benefits of nature to the human body, mind, and spirit.  A recent study from Denmark reported on NPR shows that children who spend time in nature have fewer mental health issues as adults. But we know that….

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Take A Nature Break from Episcopal Diocese of West Texas on Vimeo.

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