Who We Are

The Cathedral of All Souls is an Episcopal faith community and the Cathedral of The Episcopal Diocese of Western North Carolina.

All Souls is a collection of spiritual pilgrims who find their lives pushed by ancient & present worship, by arts & creativity, and by being present in the world. It is a Eucharistically-centered cathedral whose life is shaped by scripture, the Baptismal Covenant, and our engagement with the world about us, a community where all are welcome, trust is present, risks are taken, and where our gifts and graces enable us to be who God knows us to be.

Our Mission Statement

Meet Our Clergy & Staff

Biographies and contact information for clergy and Cathedral staff.

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Our Vestry

The Vestry is responsible for enhancing both the spiritual and organizational life of the parish. It manages all church property and assets, approves the budget, and authorizes major expenditures. All Souls has senior and junior wardens, a treasurer, clerk, and ten additional members. Keep the Vestry members in your prayers — they have many responsibilities, and they are much appreciated!

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Parishioner Profiles

Here you can read profiles of some of our parishioners. We have an archive of articles first published in the All Souls Connection, which will be uploaded here. These were first written by retired journalist Nancy Marlowe, and now by author Susan Blexrud, both parishioners themselves.

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History, Art & Architecture

The Biltmore Village Cathedral

At over 100 years old, it was built by George Vanderbilt as the parish Church for the village adjacent to the Biltmore House. Vanderbilt conceived of it as the connecting piece for the daily life of all persons, all souls, in the region. This mission, connecting faith and life in the region, is seen throughout the life of All Souls.

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