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Theology on Tap

June 7 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Theology on Tap continues this month on June 7th from 6:30 to 8:30 pm at Dressel's Pub. Come join the 20s & 30s group to discuss spirituality in a ...

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Recovery Eucharist

June 11 8:30 am – 9:30 am

It’s time to celebrate the gift of recovery! Looking for a way to join with others in engaging with the 11th step? Or a way to say “Thank You” for ...

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Theology on Tap

July 5 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Join a group of folks in their 20s and 30s. Some of us are members of Episcopal churches around St. Louis, but not all of us. We gather on the first ...

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  • Byrdland, a Shepley Concert at the cathedral on Garden Sunday!

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  • Just look at that baptismal font! 
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  • Getting ready for Garden Sunday with Peter Wyse Jackson of the Missouri Botanical Garden.
  • Easter is in bloom at the cathedral.
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  • Marriage of Mike and Eli in the nave of the cathedral. #Episcopal #diomo #stl #stlouis #marriage #wedding #nave #cathedral #altar #priest #pentecost
  • Taizé service with icons and cross in Bofinger Chapel. #Episcopal #diomo #stl #stlouis #taize #icon #worship
  • Easter vigil 2015. #Episcopal #diomo #stl #stlouis #confirmation #baptism #vigil #easter

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It about that time…for Meet the Staff! Digital Missioner Peter Armstrong, our Deaconess Anne House intern, has been working at the Cathedral since September 2015. In this picture, you see him at the controls of our digital presence – good thing the World Wide Web is bigger than his office! (Yes, we are pulling your leg – but the photo shoot sure was fun!) Peter’s favorite spot in the Cathedral building is the balcony overlooking the reredos which gives him just a slightly better a view than from his own meager height of 6 feet 5 inches. It is from a more figurative height that Peter says he has come to see and appreciate how much the people of Christ Church Cathedral love and care for each other and for this place. If Peter had tomorrow off, he would go up to Bellefontaine or Calvary Cemetery and walk around until he found a good spot to stretch out, have a picnic and read in the grass. In addition to his Digital responsibilities, Peter has started a mediation group at the Cathedral and shares a passion for understanding the root causes of poverty and creating a just future for all. ...