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Christ Church Cathedral is the Cathedral for the Episcopal Diocese of Western Massachusetts.  

Hello, on behalf of Christ Church Cathedral, welcome. We are happy to share our ministry with you and certainly hope you will join us in person. Our Cathedral is a house of prayer for all people and you are welcome here. We are in historic and diverse downtown Springfield, Massachusetts, feet away from the Doctor Seuss Museum and the Quadrangle. Our ministries are guided by our love for Jesus Christ and our desire to seek and serve Him in our neighbors and ourselves. We strive to serve Christ through our worship, study, service and fellowship, and please see our website for more information. Again, welcome and please join us. 

Hola, bienvenidos a la Cathedral de Cristo. Somos una catedral Episcopal: Catolicos pero no Catolicos Romanos. Somos Anglicanos. Estamos felices a compartir nuestros ministerios contigo y esperamos que nos vas a visitar en persona pronto. Nuestra Catedral es una casa de oracion para todos, y estas bienvenido y bienvenida aqui. Estamos en el centro de Springfield, un lugar historico y diverso, bien cerca del museo de Dr. Seuss y el Quadrangle. Nuestros ministerios son basados en el amor de Jesus y en el projimo. Tratamos de buscar a Cristo y servirlo en el projimo. Nuestras misas, estudios, programas de servicio y todo lo que hacemos son ofrecidos para ti y tu familia, y les esparmos pronto. Bienvenidos. 

 

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The Chronicle
September 23, 2016 

Listening Sessions

By The Rev. Tom Callard

We are in transition and change all the time, in the midst of life, which is like a river always flowing and never ceasing. There are times when we are blessed to be able to stop and pause and appreciate the change. And there are times when we can even direct it, not controlling how things turn out, but perhaps moving changes here or there according to our sense of where God wants to them go. Gathering up our energy and working together, we can do a lot to serve God.

This fall Executive Committee members are engaging in a process of intentionally walking into the river of change and inviting the community along to share in the process. As part of the transition from one Dean to another, The Executive Committee realized that this is not just about changing the ordained leadership of the Cathedral, but also about looking at the whole cathedral.

The Executive Committee is hosting a series of “Listening Sessions” throughout the course of late September and October, so they can hear from the whole Cathedral about inspirations, obstacles and visions. Listening Sessions will be held at times throughout the week so as to be convenient for people. At the Sessions, Executive Committee Members will ask about three topics:

 

 

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Parking at the Cathedral can be a challenge, but we aim to accommodate you. We are reserving some handicapped spaces for those who attend 10am service. Spaces are along the back of the Cathedral, facing the Dr. Seuss statues. Sunday morning you may also park in the museum parking lots, past the Cathedral on the right on Edwards Street.