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The Wayfarer Mission: To welcome all visitors to the Cathedral with love and respect. To provide assistance to those in need. To seek God’s presence in our neighbors.

As an urban church, we are fortunate to have the opportunity to offer some help to the members of our community who have limited resources on a Sunday morning. Sundays are a particularly hard day for those experiencing homelessness. Wayfarers offer these visitors a welcoming smile, often a warm meal and sometimes a prayer. If you are interested in serving as a Wayfarer or learning more about the ministry, please contact Walker Willse or Jon Stanley.


The Commission for Pastoral Care is seeking volunteers willing to provide rides to and from Sunday worship for those among us who no longer drive and therefore are not able to be with us at the Altar. Providing rides for our seniors, for example, who otherwise would be absent from worship, is one of the many ways we in the Christ Church Cathedral community can live the Gospel, to Proclaim, Seek, and Serve. Please give this prayerful consideration. Contact Debbie Webster if you would like to volunteer or if you need a ride to church.

bereavement committee

Bereavement Committee members greet people and provide refreshments for visitations before or after a Burial Office or memorial service at the Cathedral. If you would like to learn more about the Bereavement Committee or are interested in volunteering for this very important ministry, please contact Mary Cook.

Working in the food bank is a rewarding experience where you work with like-minded individuals who value community service. If you are interested in this volunteer opportunity, contact Shelby Willis.

St. Luke’s food bank

Every first Sunday of the month at 2 p.m. Christ Church Cathedral serves a meal to the hungry at the Church of the Holy Trinity (615 6th Ave. S.) If you are interested in serving, please contact Gina Williams.


A network of community volunteers is springing up across the country to stand in solidarity with people released from border detention centers who are traveling to various cities to await asylum hearings. In Nashville, members of the Nashville Welcoming Committee are organizing volunteers to meet the buses of asylum seekers that are arriving at the Greyhound bus station every day. More information here.


Alternative Gift Market takes place in early December. Its goal is to provide parishioners insight into some of the organizations that the Cathedral supports and give them the opportunity to give a targeted gift to one or more of them. We are in need of volunteers to help plan and carry out this very meaningful addition to the Advent/Christmas season. Please contact Josephine Chromy for more information or to volunteer.

alternative gift market

This ministry is a way of giving an outward and visible sign of love, peace, and prayers from our congregation to those facing difficult times in their lives. If you are able to knit or crochet and would like to help please contact Josephine Chromy

prayer shawl ministry

A nonprofit hospitality house that provides free overnight rooms to anyone visiting an incarcerated loved one. They have a host of one-time and recurring volunteer opportunities such as gardening, making beds, helping with laundry, cooking community dinners, and more. For more information contact Anna Rodriguez Masi.

family reconciliation center