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JANUARY 15, 2021

Cathedral Services this Sunday

Out of an abundance of caution, and because of specific threats at the Indiana State House this Sunday, January 17, Bishop Jennifer has requested that our cathedral building be closed and our worship services will be livestreamed from an alternative location.

We invite you to pray for peace in our nation, and look forward to worshipping with you via teleworship at 8 AM, and online with Bishop Jennifer at 10 AM and 1 PM. 

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Annual Meeting of Christ Church Cathedral

FEBRUARY 7, AT 11:30 AM ON ZOOM

Mark your calendars for the Annual Meeting and Vestry elections. Follow the link to see profiles of our talented candidates for Vestry and Diocesan Convention delegates.

Get to know our new Dean and Rector, Gray Lesesne!

It\’s not too late to get acquainted with Gray Lesesne, our new Dean. Sign up for a Zoom gathering online or call the Cathedral office (317-636-4577) to reserve your spot for one these small group gatherings. In the meantime, don\’t hesitate to drop Gray a \”hello\” email: grayl@cccindy.org

Ringing Our Bells For COVID-19 Victims

JANUARY 19 AT 5:20 PM

Christ Church Cathedral will join with churches around the nation in ringing our bells for victims of COVID-19 on Tuesday afternoon, January 19. Led by parishioner Dave Jose, a small group of our members has been gathering regularly on Monument Circle to pray and honor victims by striking a gong to remember those who have died. The group will gather this Tuesday at 5:20 p.m. on the north side of the Monument, travel to four points on the Circle, and then finish on the Cathedral lawn, where Dean Gray will offer prayers of remembrance and we will toll the Cathedral bells.

If you\’d like to participate, call Dave at 317-695-1084, as conditions downtown next week may warrant a location/time change.

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Concerts Return

SATURDAY, JANUARY 23 AT 6:30 PM

Our monthly concerts return to Christ Church Cathedral! Join us online for an evening of Johannes Brahms\’ three Violin Sonatas, played by acclaimed violinist Grigory Kalinovsky and pianist Tatiana Lokhina.

Sacred Ground Discussion Series

WEDNESDAYS, STARTING JANUARY 27 AT 6:30 PM

Sacred Ground is a powerful online learning opportunity that is part of the Episcopal Church’s long-term commitment to racial healing, reconciliation, and justice in our personal lives, our ministries, and our society. Join people from throughout the Diocese of Indianapolis as we begin this exploration together.

COVID-19 vaccinations available

Our very own Reyn Libed is part of a COVID operations team for Community Health Network. Reyn reports that the State of Indiana has started vaccinating the general public for COVID-19, with hospitals working in coordination with The Indiana Department of Health (ISDH) on vaccine distribution.

This first phase is focusing on those 70 years of age and older. They\’ll be adding more groups as more vaccines come in. To receive the vaccine, dial “211” or visit vaccine.coronavirus.in.gov to schedule online. Thanks for your ministry, Reyn!

Sacred Space Yoga

MONDAYS & WEDNESDAYS, 12–1PM

Yoga on Facebook Live! Join us for free community yoga.

Staying home does not mean staying silent:
A letter from Episcopal Bishops

Bishop Jennifer and 12 other bishops have written a letter asking Episcopalians to stay away from protests and counter-protests between now and the presidential Inauguration on January 20.

\”In these perilous times, when public demonstrations carry significant risk of both violence and exposure to COVID-19, we believe that God calls us to exercise both our Christian witness and our civic responsibility in ways that promote peace and safety. Between now and Inauguration Day, we can best follow our vocation to be peacemakers by staying away from places where harm could come to God’s people.

Staying home does not, however, mean staying silent.\”

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