MARCH 26, 2021


Leading into Holy Week

Whether you’ve registered for our in-person outdoor services on Palm Sunday, Good Friday, and Holy Saturday (The Great Vigil of Easter), or you plan to attend our virtual services, we invite every household to take part in praying the Holy Week liturgies this year. You also can find a printed bulletin with all of our Holy Week liturgies. While the COVID-19 pandemic may have separated us physically for a season, we have never been separated spiritually, either from each other, or from God. As you journey with us from the celebration of Palm Sunday through the Passion of Jesus on Good Friday, may these words from our liturgy bless and keep you this week:

Almighty God, we pray you graciously to behold this your family, for whom our Lord Jesus Christ was willing to be betrayed, and given into the hands of sinners, and to suffer death upon the cross; who lives and reigns for ever and ever. Amen.

— The Very Reverend Gray Lesesne, D.Min.

Registration for Holy Week Services Is Still Open

There is still time to reserve your spot at one of our Holy Week worship outdoor services. Weather permitting, you can join us (with your own lawn chair). Register for Palm Sunday services by March 26. Register for Good Friday and the Great Vigil by March 31. Masks and social distancing will be required.

Palm Sunday Holy Eucharist
March 28
8 am teleworship
10 am  in English on our lawn and online
1 am in Spanish on our lawn and online

Maundy Thursday Worship
April 1
7 pm in English and Spanish online

Good Friday Worship liturgy
April 2
12 pm in English on our lawn and online
6:30 pm in Spanish at Riverside Park and online

The Great Vigil of Easter
April 3
7 pm in English and Spanish on the lawn at Episcopal Church of All Saints, 16th and Central Avenue

Easter Sunday
April 4
8 am teleworship
10 am in English online
1 pm in Spanish online

All in-person Holy Week services are contingent upon temperate weather and a continued decline of COVID-19 cases and positivity rate in Marion County. Any changes, cancellations, or updates to our Holy Week worship services will be communicated by email to registered attendees, and we do ask that you check your email for any updates prior to attending.

Questions? Call (317) 636-4577 x100


Dismantling Racism in the Age of Pandemics


The Diocese of Indianapolis will welcome Dr. Catherine Meeks, executive director of the Absalom Jones Center for Racial Healing, to present \”Dismantling Racism in the Age of Pandemics\” in a Zoom workshop. This gathering will explore how the sin of racism still pervades our society, despite policy changes and racial integration. Seeking to increase racial understanding, healing and reconciliation, we\’ll examine how racism has become embedded in our culture, structures, and unconscious biases. We will also examine our own role in maintaining systems of privilege. Come prepared to learn and to engage in dialogue with fellow participants.


Thank You, The Rev. Dr. Joyce Scheyer

Please join us in giving thanks for The Rev. Dr. Joyce Scheyer, whose ministry as interim canon pastor at Christ Church Cathedral came to a close last Sunday. We are grateful for the care and nurture she has faithfully provided to our congregation during our interim season, and we wish her God\’s peace and blessings as she enters the next chapter of her ministry.


In the Wilderness: Trois Leçons de Ténèbres, François Couperin


Christ Church Cathedral is proud to partner with Trinity Cathedral, San Jose to present Trois Leçons de Ténèbres by François Couperin. Written for the service of Tenebrae during Holy Week, this text and music tells a story of loss and lament, but also joy in the promises of God. In anticipation of Saturday\’s concert, Trinity’s Priest-in-Charge, The Rev. Julia McCray-Goldsmith, joined Christ Church’s Interim Director of Music, Chistopher Caruso-Lynch for a preconcert talk.


Intercessory Prayer: Who We Are, What We Do


Christ Church Cathedral\’s Intercessory Ministry consists of lay leaders who are committed to praying for the needs of others and their life situations. Prayer is our bridge, and we call on the presence of God to work through us as we respond to the needs of our community members. Since April of 2020, we have welcomed the opportunity to walk with others in their times of need, concerns, and celebrations. If you feel called, we invite you to join this ministry or send us your concerns and thanksgivings.

Send your prayer requests by email to Rev. Fatima, all information is held confidentially.

Sacred Space Yoga


Sacred Space Yoga classes are accessible and welcoming to everyone regardless of experience level. Updates can be found on the Sacred Space Yoga Facebook page, as well as videos of past yoga classes.

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