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The liturgies and devotions of Lent are time-honored ways of drawing

nearer to the heart of God.  So, whoever you are and

whatever has brought you to this moment at this time,

Thoughtful planning for keeping a holy Lent may be a way to reflect upon

and appreciate the hidden grace emerging from a challenging year. 

L E N T   A T   T H E   C A T H E D R A L
L E N T E N  S E R V I C E   O F   T H E   S I M P L E   P R E S E N C E  
March 1 | March 8| March 15| March 22| March 29


Add the Service of the Simple Presence to your spiritual practice for Lent. 

The Wednesday noon services will be live-streamed and they will be available afterward to watch on Facebook or YouTube.

Beautiful music will be presented each week by

Elizabeth Bemis and Mollie Adams.

Directions to Christ Church Cathedral 

L E N T E N   C L A S S E S
No Sign-Up is necessary to join Lenten Formation classes.

E P I S C O P A L   R E L I E F   A N D   D E V E L O P M E N T   S U N D A Y

Sunday, February 26

As we continue to watch the tragedy of the earthquakes unfold, and as the war in Ukraine continues, humanitarian efforts across the globe are in full force to help the people who are recovering from a natural disaster or who are fleeing from the war and those who remain behind. We are urgently called to pray and respond.

It is especially important this first Sunday of Lent that is designated as ERD Sunday.


Resources for prayer from our Book of Common Prayer:

  • Supplication [it follows the Great Litany], p.154

  • For Peace, p. 815

  • For Human Family, p. 815

  • For those who influence public opinion, p. 827


Resources to respond. Currently, our support is best offered by means of monetary donations to the organizations equipped to offer aid:

The ERD Lenten Mediations booklet is found on the ERD website.

T H E  D E A N ' S   B I B L E   S T U D Y

Dean Gibson facilitates this reading of the Book of Acts.  Weekly sessions are held at noon on Tuesdays in the Chapel in-person and via Zoom.  The class will run through Tuesday, April 4.  The reading will be emailed and posted on the website each week. Here is the reading schedule

Zoom Meeting Link for Tuesday Noon Classes

Meeting ID:  829 5886 5865

Passcode:  153997

A D U L T    I N Q U I R E R ' S   C L A S S

Four Sundays during Lent

February 26, March 5, 19, 26 at 11:15 a.m. in the Dean's office.

For those who want to join the Episcopal Church and for those who are interested in learning more. 

C H R I S T   W A L K : T H E   J E R U S A L E M   C H A L L E N G E

Informational Meeting

Wednesday, March 8 at 6:00 p.m.

In the Chapter House

This year during Lent the Cathedral Family will be taking something up.  The Jerusalem Challenge is a fitness plan with a spiritual heart. You are invited to grow your faith and strengthen your body for the ministry God calls you to in the Church and in the world.  We will be using Christ Walk by Anna Fitch Currie. The book may be purchased from Amazon or a local bookseller, but it is not required.

For more information please contact The Reverend Eric Zubler.

The Jerusalem Challenge Information

The Jerusalem Challenge Tracking Sheet

M O V I N G   T O W A R D   T HE   C R O S S :  D A I L Y   B I B L E   R E A D I N G S   F O R   L E N T 

Daily emails Ash Wednesday through Easter Sunday. To confirm that you are on the mailing list, please contact Carolyn Jeffers

T H E   J O U R N E Y   T H R O U G H   L E N T 

Join the Journey through Lent, illustrated poster by award-winning cartoonist Jay Sidebotham, invites spiritual reflection and is a wonderful companion for the Lenten season. 

Posters are on the ministry table.

F O R W A R D   D A Y   B Y   D A Y

Please explore the many daily devotional materials from Forward Movement, or download the Forward Day By Day app.

P R A Y I N G   T H E   L O R D ' S   P R A Y E R   D U R I N G   L E N T

Join the Society of St. John the Evangelist (SSJE) in a slow reading and meditation on the Lord’s Prayer.  The meditation is found on their website.


Y O U T H   A N D   C H I L D R E N ' S   F O R M A T I O N

Lenten Youth Devotional

d365 is an online daily devotional series. Providing devotions written especially for students, this online resource reflects on themes that impact our faith journeys.  Please note that d365 is applicable to adults as well as youth.

There are several ways to access the series for Lent and the rest of the Church Year:

  • Download the app from the Apple store or Google Play.

  • Click this link

  • Follow on Twitter at:

  • Follow on Facebook at:

C O N F I R M A T I O N   C L A S S

Meeting once a week for 90 minutes beginning Sunday, February 26, and running for six weeks through the week of Sunday, April 16.  Students grade 7 and up are invited to join the class to either lead to Confirmation or to learn more about The Episcopal Church.  The Confirmation Class will meet in-person to study the lessons from I Will with God’s Help, a program based on the Baptismal Covenant.  Our Catechist is Carolyn Jeffers.  Please contact her ( if your child would like to join the class. 

C O M M U N I O N   C L A S S E S

Every other year we present communion preparation classes.  There is a class for children who attend Children’s Chapel, ages 4 to grade 2, and a class for children who attend Fun Club, grades 5-7.  We will be offering children’s Communion classes again in 2024.  If you would like for your child to learn more about Holy Communion, they may meet with a priest. Please contact Eric+ at for further information. 


If you have questions, please do not hesitate to call the parish office at 251.438.1822.

ALL services and offerings at Christ Church Cathedral are open to everyone. 

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