Tuesday, October 21, 7am
All men are welcome! Suggested donation is $5. Please RSVP by calling Marti Lawson, 615.255.7729 or click HERE. Deadline is Sunday, October 19.
An Evening for All Newcomers and Inquirers
Wednesday, October 29, 6:00-7:30pm
Are you interested in baptism, confirmation or simply learning more about being a Christian in the Episcopal Church? Are you coming to Christ Church from another tradition or from another Episcopal church? Journey in Faith is for you!
Sunday, November 2, 3:30pm
Organ Concert: 3:30pm
Jason Overall, St. James Episcopal Church, Knoxville, TN
Choral Evensong: 4:00pm
Sung by the Cathedral Choir, under the direction of Dr. Michael Velting, Canon for Music; Jon Johnson, Associate Organist & Choirmaster, organ.
Aa Discussion of the Transformative Power of the Psyche
Wednesday, November 5
6:30pm - Reception
7:00-8:30pm - Presentation
Gretchen Watts, a certified member of the International Society of Sandplay Therapists, will share the story of a client's journey from suffering to wholeness and peace through therapy. Click HERE to learn more.
Thursday, November 6, 6:30pm
Come for delicious barbeque at St. Luke's Community House and help honor one of their longest serving volunteers, Shirley Lechleiter! Cost is $15 per person, $150 for a table of ten. The event is sponsored by Dorothy Cate and Thomas F. Frist Foundation. St. Luke's Community House is located at 5601 New York Ave. If you have questions, please email Lee Anne Wills.
Friday, November 7, 6pm
Creative Tension: Ancient & Modern: This First Friday will explore the link between tradition and creativity; the interplay between things ancient and things modern that lies at the heart of Christian worship. Through liturgy, music, dance, and film, the congregation is invited into a space of creative tension to glimpse the beauty and goodness of God. A reception will follow the Liturgy. Childcare provided.
Accompanied by the Music of the Taize Community
Sunday, November 9, 6pm
A quiet, meditative and reflective style of worship, using music, simple chanting, periods of silence and brief readings. A special way to worship God and to quiet the soul.
November 14-15, 2014
Towards Understanding Islam
Featuring Dr. David Marshall
Dr. David Marshall will offer an introduction to the key beliefs and practices of Islam as well as looking at various expressions of Islam in the modern world. Along the way he will also look at similarities and differences between Islam and Christianity and reflct on Christian responses to Islam. Reservations are required. Click HERE to learn more and to make reservations.
Thursday, November 20, 5:30-7pm
Cathedral women of all ages and all interests are invited to a "Happy Hour" at the home of Mary Hance, 3600 Richland Ave. Bring a drink of your choice or an appetizer. Click HERE to learn more.
in Happenings and The Cornerstone
The Happenings e-newsletter provides weekly updates on Christ Church Cathedral events. Click HERE to see this week's Happenings. To sign up to receive Happenings, click HERE.
Christ Church Cathedral also publishes a quarterly magazine, The Cornerstone. To view the latest issue, click HERE.
Sunday, October 26
On Sunday, October 26, the Christ Church Cathedral community will celebrate the 25 years of ministry of the Reverend Deacon Dolores Nicholson, and wish her well as she enters a much-deserved retirement. There will be one Eucharist that day, at 10am, and Deacon Nicholson will deliver the sermon. A gala reception will follow the Eucharist in the Parish Hall. Click HERE to learn more.
Second Sunday of Each Month
The Young Adults will meet for brunch on the 2nd Sunday of each month following the 11am liturgy. On November 9, brunch will be at Mad Platter, 1239 6th Ave. N. at 1pm. Visit the Young Adults Facebook page for details.
The New Mission Structure
The Christ Church Cathedral Vestry has approved an updated mission structure. Committees will be grouped into eight Commissions: Evangelism, Parish Life, Administration, Pastoral Care, Liturgy, Cathedral Life, Outreach, and Christian Formation. Click HERE to learn more.
Becoming an Acolyte is a great way for young people between 5th and 12th grades to take a leadership role in an important church ministry. Training sessions will be offered in the near future. Please contact Pamela Eddy or the Rev. Joshua Caler to learn more.
During this seven week class participants will experience the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd presentations that we offer to the children in Sunday school. There will be an opportunity for questions and answers. It is our hope that this will enable attendees to more fully participate in a child’s faith life while enriching their own worship experience. Click HERE to learn more.
First Sunday of each month, 2pm
On the first Sunday of every month Christ Church Cathedral serves a meal to the hungry in the parish hall of Holy Trinity Church, 615 6th Ave. S. You are invited to assist in this servant ministry. Please contact Stacey Nebel to learn more, or ask for her when you arrive.
Pledge or make a one time gift online
Please prayerfully consider how you might help support the Cathedral financially in 2015. You may click on the button below to make your pledge online or to make an online donation. For more information about the 2015 stewardship campaign, click HERE.
For information about the Education programs at the Cathedral, click HERE.
Sunday, October 19
Science & Religion: a history
Charles Darwin & Evolution
Topics for Christian Reflection
Anglican Poets: Christina Rossetti
Faith & Family Matters
Led by Tom & Anna Noser
"Centering Prayer and Inner Awakening", by Cynthia Bourgeault
Twentieth Sunday after Pentecost
Sunday, October 26, 2014
Lectionary readings: Click HERE
For the Choral Repertoire for the current season, click HERE.
Monday through Friday 7:15am
Morning Prayer, Rite II
Monday through Friday 12:15pm
Holy Eucharist, Rite II
Click HERE to learn more about Centering Prayer.
Will not meet on Oct. 26
Location: Lower level in Atrium 4
If you would like to learn more about Christ Church Cathedral, please click HERE.