Prayers for the victims of the horrific mass shooting in Las Vegas
In the wake of the violent event in Las Vegas, our Bishops have encouraged our Cathedral and parishes across ECCT to open their doors and offer prayers as an act of solidarity for the victims of the shooting. On Tuesday, October 3, at 12 noon the Cathedral will be open and our bells will ring in their memory.
If you can, please join us at the Cathedral for an hour of prayer that will follow the ringing. If that is not possible, wherever you may be at noon please take time to send forth your prayers.
Let us also continue our efforts toward the eradication of gun violence in our nation. Please read the statement from our Bishops and also from the Episcopal Coalition of Bishops focused on their important work of Bishops United Against Gun Violence.
May the Lord guide us, strengthen us and bring us peace.
Posted on October 3, 2017
CAMP WASHINGTON CELEBRATES 100 YEARS!
September 16 & 17
Blessing of Animals
Choir Open House - All are invited
10/18/2017 @ 6:45 p.m.
Usher and Greeter Workshop - Facilitator, Anne Watkins
10/22/2017 @ 11:30 a.m.
Appreciation Day for Volunteers of Church Street Eats and Church by the Pond at the Cathedral House Auditorium
10/22/2017 @ 3:00 p.m.
Cuatro Puntos in concert
10/26/2017 @ 7:00 p.m.
North Central Region Costume Party
10/28/2017; 6:00 - 9:00 p.m.
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About the Cathedral
Cathedral Discernment Report
Christ Church Cathedral embarked in a discernment journey of 18 months to answer pivotal questions such as what it is a Cathedral in the 21 Century? Does the Episcopal Church in Connecticut needs a Cathedral? If so, is Christ Church at the Corner of Church and Main up to live into a new vision?
A Task Force appointed by Bishop Douglas led our discernment process. On November 2015, a final discernment report was presented to the Annual Convention of The Episcopal Church in Connecticut. Christ Church Cathedral was reaffirmed as the Cathedral of the Episcopal Church in Connecticut... +Continue Reading
The Work Of Our Cathedral Chapter
Our governing body, the Cathedral Chapter is living into our new vision. Currently, the Chapter is supporting our participation in God’s mission in four main areas:
- Cathedral Congregations
- Cathedral Governance
- Engaging the City
- Sent into the World (ECCT- TEC)
To learn more about the work of Chapter, please contact our Dean, the Very Rev. Miguelina Howell at email@example.com. The most recent Chapter meeting minutes and packages are available...+Explore
Sent Into The World
Our Cathedral serves as a resource for the formation of apostles in the Episcopal Church in Connecticut. This is done in a variety of ways, from providing space for worship and mission at Church By The Pond to sponsoring and hosting missional experiments across the Episcopal Church in Connecticut.+Explore
Church Street Eats
Our Cathedral‘s feeding program is one of the largest in the Greater Hartford Area. We participate in God’ mission by providing support to our brothers and sisters in need. +Explore
Church By The Pond
Based on Boston's "Common Cathedral" model, we don't
wait for people to find us. Instead, we set up our altar in a highly visible
public setting. Our mission is to bring the good news of Jesus Christ’s love and
salvation to the all people.
The Cathedral In The News
- First Latina dean inspires through leadership, strong faith
- Black Lives Matter Banner Outside Hartford Church Repeatedly Vandalized
- Dean Howell speaks at General Convention about the Task Force for Reimagining the Episcopal Church
- The Election of the First Latina Dean in the United States
- A 231-year relationship between dioceses is celebrated
- West Hartford Life Magazine Article on our Dean's Installation
Our Cathedral Congregations
The Cathedral congregations represent a diverse, multicultural and multilingual community. Our Cathedral congregations are comprised of four worshipping communities, each with distinctive identity and characteristics... +Continue Reading