TO LIVE THE GOSPEL
AND GROW GENERATIONS
OF FAITHFUL DISCIPLES
A COMMUNITY THAT LOVINGLY WELCOMES ALL PEOPLE
Christ Church Cathedral is a gracious, nurturing and inclusive place, where all members and guests feel at home and desire to belong. Christ Church Cathedral has an atmosphere of time honored liturgy, music, and architecture. We welcome people from all walks of life and faiths to worship.
If you cannot go to church, you are still part of the church.
Sunday, February 5, 2023
The Fifth Sunday after the Epiphany
10:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist: Rite II
12:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist: Rite II
We seek to live the Gospel, grow generations of faithful leaders, and build a sustainable community.
Christ Church Cathedral lovingly welcomes all people to traditional, Episcopal worship to deepen our relationships, serve our community, and grow closer to God.
Kappa League Brunch
On Sunday, February 5 we will celebrate Black History Month with a Jazz Eucharist and a Jazz Brunch. The brunch will be in support of the Mobile Elite Chapter of the Mobile Kappa League. Our annual fundraiser helps fund preparation for and fees for college entrance exams.
We are asking for sponsors willing to support the project for $100 (sponsorship entitles you to 4 jazz brunch tickets). If you would like to become a sponsor, please sign up below or send your check to the Cathedral office, for checks, please add the notation Kappa League Brunch.
Black History Celebration with the Excelsior Band
Kappa League Brunch
Family Mardi Gras Party
Ash Wednesday Services
We are also pre-selling tickets for brunch at $10 each.
WELCOME TO CHRIST CHURCH CATHEDRAL
Christ Church Cathedral offers a safe environment
and engaging worship that helps us grow closer to God.
We strive to make this a gracious, nurturing, and inclusive place.
We want all members of the Cathedral family and our visitors to feel at home.
People from all walks of life and faiths are welcome to worship.
New to Mobile? Unfamiliar with the Episcopal Church, or Christianity? Welcome.
Whoever you are, wherever you are on your spiritual journey, the members of the Cathedral family hope that your experience here will strengthen and encourage you.
As you browse our website, you may consider visiting us for worship, attending our annual newcomers brunch, sign up for our inquirer's class, subscribe to our weekly emails--there is no cost, no obligation, and we will not share your email with outside groups.
Do as much or as little as you like. There are no requirements for being a part of our community of faith. If you want to be baptized, confirmed, or transferred from another Episcopal parish, we would love to have you--but, it's not required. Everything we do is open to all.
Here is an on-line visitor card--it is not required, but it helps us be more responsive to you!
THERE IS A PLACE FOR YOU HERE
You are welcome to attend in-person worship on Sundays at
We live-stream Sunday worship from the Cathedral on Sunday mornings at our regular worship time of 10:00 a.m. Elizabeth Bemis will be on the bench to provide beautiful music for our worship, and we will sing hymns. The Dean will lead worship and offer a sermon. A lay reader will be present to read lessons and Cathedral Prayers.
We will send bulletins electronically, and they are linked at the top of this page along with the link to our worship service so that you may participate from home if you wish. Please share this information with anyone you know who might like to worship with us. If you are able to help someone who is technologically challenged access the service, please do so. The service will also be available on Face Book and YouTube.
Directions and Address
Christ Church Cathedral is located at the corner of St. Emanuel and Church Streets in downtown Mobile. We are one block south of Government Street, and located between Mardi Gras Park to the east and the Mobile City/County Building to the west.
Our mailing address:
115 South Conception Street
Mobile, Alabama 36602
Office Hours and Phone
Monday - Thursday // 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Cathedral office // 251.438.1822