Welcome to Christ Church Cathedral, a joyous welcoming community of faith that is open, exploring, and embracing of the challenges of our third century as a congregation.
When we say BE HERE, we mean more than within our magnificent 1868 building. We mean you are most welcome among us, being centered in God’s Kingdom of love, focused on serving God and all God’s creation.
When we say BE YOU, we mean respecting and celebrating the dignity and miraculous individuality of each among God’s children — most especially yourself, just as you are.
When we say BE LOVED, we mean plumbing the depths of God’s peace and love for us each time we meet and reflecting it through God’s mission to our sisters and brothers within and beyond our walls.
We hope you find what you seek here, and more importantly, that you find questions we can seek to answer together.
The Very Rev. Kathie Adams-Shepherd, Cathedral Dean
An event every week that begins at 12:00 am on Sunday, repeating until May 16, 2021
If you missed any of the sessions or weren't able to participate in “Exploring the Richness of the Book of Common Prayer” the study guides and recordings will be available through May 22. Use the links below to download and/or print the guides and view recordings. Jeff Goldone, Cathedral member and our Diocesan Intern and Candidate for Ordination led the four Sunday sessions. If you have specific questions or interests as you are watching, feel free to contact Jeff .…
On Sunday May 23, the Feast of Pentecost, the Cathedral will begin offering an in-person Rite 1 service at 8 a.m. to a maximum of 50 people. To attend you must pre-register HERE by Wednesday, May 19. Our 10:30 a.m. service will remain exclusively virtual for now. Encouraged by the declining number of COVID infections, hospitalizations and deaths, our Pandemic Task Force, after meeting every week for almost a year, has approved this next step of our Reopening Plan. Thanks be to…
The Cathedral’s pandemic task force is monitoring city of St Louis health statistics to discern the best options for reopening the Cathedral for worship. The task force is also following Bishop Deon Johnson’s updated guidelines, as well as CDC and St. Louis regional health guidance. View the committee’s stages for reopening: