If you have a green thumb, this might be for you! Led by Sandy Jackson, this group meets several Saturdays per year to update the plantings on our extensive grounds.


Flower Guild

A volunteer group whose mission is to provide beautiful flower arrangements for worship services in our Cathedral and Chapel each week.  Training is available for any one who would like to join the Guild. 

Care Teams

We provide meals to parishioners who are dealing with
a major event such as surgery, illness, childbirth, or death of a family member. Contact Annette Figueroa if interested.



Led by Les Bradfield, this "directs traffic" during worship.

Being an usher is neat.
Think of the people you greet.
With a smile on your face
and a welcoming grace,
and all the new friends that you meet.



Let by Larry Marrione, you are the first person worshipers encounter when they enter the cathedral.

Altar Guild

This vital team tends to the altar, sacred vessels and linens. They prepare the sanctuary for all forms of worship including the Holy Eucharist. Please talk to Susan Kartzke if interested.


We organize volunteers to provide food for coffee hour and other social events hosted at the cathedral. If you have a knack for entertaining or cooking, please contact Frances Beverly.



If your thing is singing, why not give us a try? We are a semi-professional choir that rehearses on Wednesday evenings. (We're serious and we enjoy good fun! This is New Orleans after all.) Please speak to Jarrett Follette or any choir member.


This team is made of people of all sizes, genders and ages. They assist the clergy during liturgies by carrying crosses and torches, books, cruets of wine and water, etc. If you would like to be a part of this ministry, please contact Mr. Steve Smith.

Daughters of the King

An order for women who are communicants of the Episcopal Church as well as Lutheran (ELSA), and Roman Catholic Churches. Members undertake a Rule of Life, incorporating the Rule of Prayer and the Rule of Service. We are a group of women to whom parishioners can look for love and for help in time of need, loneliness or strangeness. We do not raise funds or take on specific projects on our own. We serve as we are needed in support for the Dean of the Cathedral and in the parish. Women who are interested in joining our order are asked to complete a discernment process.