We seek a deeper relationship with God and each other in Jesus Christ through:
Celebrating the sacraments faithfully
Proclaiming the Gospel boldly
Embracing diversity joyfully
Serving all passionately
as a Cathedral.
Gnaw on This—and Feed Your Soul
Find the Gospel and some “food for thought” in the April 20, 2014, Gnaw on This for Easter Sunday.

Our regular schedule of Sunday worship services is 8 a.m. and 10 a.m.  For full details about the two services, visit Services.  You can read recent sermons at On the Table, the Cathedral Blog.  Also, Dean Kinman has started a new blog, Come Together, to help share with the Christ Church Cathedral community the projects and initiatives with which he is involved.  What’s more, the blog serves as a communication forum—another means by which we can all Come Together.

Special notes: Christian Education for Children and Youth meets Sundays at 9 a.m. on the second floor of the Bishop Tuttle Memorial (BTM) building, adjacent to the Cathedral.  Our Sunday Nursery is in the Davis Room—just go through the red door near the altar and turn the corner on the main floor of the BTM.  The Nursery is open from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. every Sunday and is staffed by two childcare professionals.

Also at 9 a.m., the Adult Forum meets at a location that will be announced.

Taizé Prayer Service on Second Sundays
Through May 2014, Taizé Prayer at the Cathedral will take place the second Sunday of each month at 5 p.m. in the Chapel.  For more information, visit Taizé Prayer.
Catch Up on Our News Every Wednesday
For the latest news and information—including items not posted to this website—check out Wednesday Weekly.  We will link Wednesday Weekly each time a new edition is emailed.  Or, if you want to receive it automatically, subscribe via RSS Feed or email Annette Carr, Cathedral administrator, to join our email list.
Explore Our Religious Life This Saturday
At 11 a.m.on Saturday, April 26, in Schrorer Commons at Eden Seminary, The Rev. Canon Kevin Goodrich, OP, Master of the Anglican Order of Preachers (Dominican Order), will speak on “The Religious Life in The Episcopal Church.”  Br. Kevin, author of Anglican Dominicans: An Introduction for Seekers and the Curious, will stay afterward for lunch to speak informally with anyone interested.  To attend and remain for lunch, please RSVP to Fr. Dan Handschy.  The cost of the lunch is $12.

Eden Seminary is located at 475 E. Lockwood Ave., Webster Groves , MO 63119, across from Emmanuel Episcopal Church.  Schrorer Commons is accessible from the East Parking Lot via Bompart St.

The Anglican Order of Preachers is a religious community established under the canons of The Episcopal Church.  Anglican Dominicans include ordained and lay, men and women, and married and single brothers and sisters; members reside in the U. S. and Canada, the U.K., Europe, Latin America and Australasia.
Special Evening Concert on April 27
On Sunday, April 27, at 7 p.m. (note the evening time!), join us for a concert featuring Webster University Choirs and Orchestra, conducted by Dr. Paul Davis.

Our concert events are open to the public and free, unless otherwise noted.  For more information about our concerts and monthly Evensongs, visit the new website Shepley Concert Series or this website’s Shepley Program of Music and Art page.  You can also download and print a PDF of the Fall 2013–Spring 2014 Shepley Concert Series Schedule.
Break for Lunch and Midweek Prayer
Every Wednesday, Christ Church Cathedral is offering “Midweek Prayer Break,” a brief service of prayer, scripture reading and silent reflection in the old Kemoll’s space on the first floor at One Metropolitan Square.  The service runs from 12:05 to 12:20 p.m., so you can still have time for lunch and other noontime activities.

If you work downtown or know people who do, we hope you’ll join us in this opportunity to make prayer a part of your weekday life.  If you have any questions, please contact Mike Kinman, dean of Christ Church Cathedral, at mkinman@gmail.com.
Back to Basics Will Resume in June
Back to Basics is a year-long series of sessions through which we dive into basic theological concepts and explore them in all their meaning and mystery.  You don’t have to have taken any of the other B2B courses to take the next one, “Basic Christianity,” in June 2014: All the B2B courses stand alone.

These classes are important—and so we ask a commitment to attend all five weeks of a class.  The courses are being offered in an ongoing rotation, so if you can’t commit to all five, you’ll know that the classes will come around again.  There is a $50-per-person nonrefundable fee to cover food and class materials, but don’t let cost be a deterrent: Financial aid is available.

For further information, email Dean Mike Kinman.  Or download and print 2013–2014 Back to Basics Flyer, a PDF that includes course descriptions and series dates.  And to learn more about Christian formation for adults at the Cathedral, visit Adult Christian Education.
We Are Christ Church Cathedral!
Our stewardship year themed “We Are Christ Church Cathedral” kicked off Sept. 29 with The Rev. Dahn Gandell, our special guest preacher, and will continue throughout the year.  So all are invited and encouraged to offer completed pledge forms to God and to the church.  This is a powerful time when each of us is called to present the commitments of time, talent and money that God has invited us to share generously, joyfully and sacrificially. Every single person has gifts to share—and those gifts come in a multitude of shapes and sizes.  Please think and pray and share with loved ones about how you might share your first fruits.

Pledge forms are available in several locations around the church; please note that special pledge forms for children and youth are available from Vicar Cortright.  You can also give online securely via our online pledge form.
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