Summer at the Cathedral
Although the pace is different in the summer, the church does not go on vacation!
Summer at Christ Church Cathedral
Think that the church goes on vacation in the summer? Not at Christ Church Cathedral! While the pace is certainly different, and our Sunday schedule changes a bit, there is still plenty of life during the summer months.
Worship schedule (May 26 through September 1)
Changes to the Sunday schedule include a break for the Sunday school (it returns in September), and the Wednesday noon Eucharist is on hiatus.
Except for Memorial Day, the week of Independence Day, and Labor Day, the office remains open all summer, Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 a.m.; 251.438.1822.
And summer is a time for some special summer-only offerings, including:
A Cathedral Read selection by the Dean. Link to a Summer Reading Tab.
Vacation Bible School
A youth in-town mission trip in support of Raise the Roof
Want to help?
There are outreach and volunteer opportunities in the summer, as well. Please contact Marla Reis in the Cathedral office to learn more.
Going away this summer?
Will you be away from home and Christ Church Cathedral this summer? We encourage you to worship wherever you are traveling. You can also listen to sermons preached at the 10:00 a.m. service, on our Web site. Our audio ministry is a wonderful resource not only for those who are traveling, but also for those who are homebound. We know some folks spend significant parts of the summer elsewhere, either at the river, or the beach, or simply taking a week or away for a family vacation.
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Please remember to keep your pledge to Christ Church Cathedral up to date over the summer; even when you're not here, the church must stay current on its expenses.
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.