MARCH 5, 2021


Congratulations, new vestry officers!

Our vestry, the governing board of our congregation, elected and appointed our new officers at our February 23 meeting. Tim Culbertson was appointed by Dean Gray Lesesne to a one-year term as Senior Warden. Andrea Hunley was elected by the vestry as our Junior Warden for a one-year term. Irma Petrosino was re-elected as our congregation\’s treasurer and Mallory Essig was newly elected as our Clerk (Secretary), both for one-year terms. Congratulations to all and welcome aboard, Mallory.

Sunday Lenten Coffee Talk

SUNDAYS @ 11-11:45 AM

As we walk together through the wilderness, we need the energy and joy of good companions to accompany us. Pour yourself a second (or third) cuppa and join us for a lively Zoom conversation about each Sunday\’s Scripture lessons and sermon from 11:00-11:45 a.m.. What did you hear? What sticks with you, and where are you still pondering? What is God inviting you to do next?

Introduction to Progressive Christianity Continues


Looking for a short Lenten refresher? Join Dean Gray Lesesne for a three-evening overview of what it means to be an open-minded follower of Jesus Christ who loves, serves, and includes all people, no exceptions. We\’ll explore: What are the foundations of an open-minded faith? What in the Bible supports this viewpoint? How do you align your daily living with progressive Christian precepts?


Centering Prayer at the Cathedral

Do you seek the still, quiet voice of God? Contemplative prayer is a way to experience God in quietness of spirit. It is God’s personal and unique gift to us, and has been a part of our Christian heritage for centuries. If we are open to the gift of contemplation, it may profoundly affect our daily life.

Centering prayer is a particular type of contemplative prayer that connects us with God in sacred silence. Christ Church Cathedral is pleased to offer both a weekly group practice of centering prayer, and a half-day workshop to introduce you to centering prayer if it is new to your experience of spiritual practice.

Weekly centering prayer practice


Every week our Cathedral Centering Prayer Group gathers for an hour of rest in God\’s presence, meeting God in the sound of sheer silence. We begin each week with a brief check in with everyone, followed by a spiritual reading and 20 minutes of silent meditation, concluded by the Lord\’s Prayer together. Learn more about Centering Prayer in our upcoming workshop and consider joining us.

Centering Prayer Workshop

SATURDAY, MARCH 27 @ 9 AM  – 12:30 PM

This half-day workshop will:

  • present the method of the Centering Prayer
  • help us to understand the indwelling Presence of God within each of us and our intimate relationship with that Presence
  • explore its benefits in ordinary life

Time will be allowed for the practice of centering prayer. All are welcome to attend and participate!


Interview with Dean Gray

A Q&A with Dean Gray and his commitment to engage downtown residents was recently featured in the Indianapolis Business Journal.

COVID-19 Vaccine Update

This week, the Indiana State Department of Health expanded the eligibility for the COVID-19 vaccine. If you are 50 and older, or a patient identified as having highest risk of severe illness from COVID-19, you can now register online or call 211.

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.

The Right to Food Virtual Gathering


Bread for the World is a collective Christian voice urging our nation’s decision makers to end hunger at home and abroad. On Saturday, hear President Eugene Cho share how the basic human right to food drives Bread’s advocacy and mission.

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