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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Join us Sunday at 8 or 10
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The Rev'd Dr. Margaret Bullitt-Jonas
Sunday the Diocesan Missioner for Creation Care will preach and celebrate at all
La Reverenda Doctora Margaret Bullitt-Jonas
Domingo el 23 de Octubre la Misionera de la Diocese para el cuidado de la
Creación va a predicar y celebrar a las 3
Calendars: STOP! Don't buy that 2017 calendar! To
commemorate the Bicentennial of the very beginning of what is now Christ Church
Cathedral, the cathedral is producing a 2017 calendar with pictures of our
history. The calendar, compiled by Kent Tarrant (8 a.m. Service), a long-time
member and former Senior Warden, will be available in November for a donation to
support Bicentennial activities throughout the year.
Sessions: Sunday the 23rd at 9 a.m and Sunday the 30th after the 10
a.m. service, you may think you have nothing to say, but come and feel free to
share it anyway.
Weekly Youth Meetings Begin! There
will be a youth meeting led by the Director of Youth Ministry, Katie Watkins,
from approximately 1:30 to 2:45 p.m.
This Sunday: UTO
Ingathering. Unitted Thank Offering was started by the women of the
Church and has been part of the Episcopal tradition for over 125 years. Bring
your blue boxes and coins, or write out a check to: The Episcopal Diocese of WMA
and put UTO in the memo. Offerings may also be mailed to: The Episcopal
Diocese of WMA, ATTN: Esther Barker, Diocesan Accounting Manager, 37 Chestnut
St., Springfield, MA 01103. Celebrate abundance and giving the UTO
Tuesday, October 25, Fall Education Series: Christians and
Jews, “How Do We Read the Gospel of Matthew?,” conversations
about the Gospel of Matthew with Rabbi Shapiro, reading the book as Christians
while conversing with the Rabbi as we seek to understand the Jewish context and
Jewish perspective on the Gospel that opens the New Testament. October
25, and November 1 (preceded by Choral Evensong at 6 p.m.), and November 8, 6:30
p.m. in the Library & Kendrick Room.
28, the Diocesan Convention Holy Eucharist in the Cathedral, 5-6
p.m. Bishop Fisher presiding with The Rev’d. Tom Callard preaching.
Join us with the Diocese at prayer.
Sunday, October 30, Compline
for the Preparation of the Eve of All Saints. 6 p.m. with
reception at 5 p.m. Prayers in thanksgiving for All Souls’
Tuesday, November 1, Choral Evensong for the Feast of All
Saints, sung by the Trebles of the Cathedral Choir and the Bishop’s
Choir School of Western Massachusetts. 6 pm. , prior to the Matthew Bible
Friday, November 4 – Men’s Group Meet-and-Greet Dinner at
6:30 p.m. The men of the cathedral are invited for evening prayer,
dinner, and conversation at the church to explore a vision for a men's ministry
at the cathedral. Come for food, fellowship, worship and to share your thoughts
about a vision. For more information, please contact Duncan Hilton at: email@example.com.
of prayer for the Elections! There will be a prayer service
Monday, November 7, 2016- the day before Election Day, at 7 p.m. at the
Cathedral. Organized by the Deacons of the Diocese, we are invited to
turn to prayer for our country while our nation turns its attention to the
outcome, in front of Christ Church Cathedral. Please join us. All are welcome.
That same day, St. Peter’s Episcopal Church at 45 Buckingham Street will
dedicate its Noon service to prayer for the election as
Scottish Heritage Sunday, November 13. Join
Bishop Fisher and the community as we celebrate the Scottish Heritage of the
Episcopal Church on the Sunday closest to the Consecration of Samuel
Interfaith Thanksgiving Service: Sunday, November 13,
3:00 - 5:00 p.m. Faiths Uniting: Giving Thanks. The Interfaith
Council of Western Massachusetts and the Springfield Grace Community Baptist
Church are hosting an interfaith event in honor of Thanksgiving featuring
keynote speaker Rev. Laura Everett, Executive Director of the Massachusetts
Council of Churches. Plan to join us for fellowship, community, faith and tasty
treats. Location: Foster Memorial Church, UCC, 1791, Wilbraham Road,
Springfield. Contact Cynthia Martin firstname.lastname@example.org 860-219-0807 with
Rabbi Shapiro Preaching on Sunday, November 20 at 8
and 10 a.m. Deepening our faith and always giving us new insights into
Christianity, Rabbi Shapiro has been a blessing to the Cathedral. We hope you
can make it for the service and the Forum following the 10 a.m.
Christ the King, Compline service, Sunday, November 20
at 6 p.m. (5:30 p.m. Reception)
Schedule: Wednesday, November 23, Spanish language Thanksgiving service
6 p.m., Thursday, November 24; English language Thanksgiving morning service 9
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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.