“Do you long for a new world? a world where all people are treated equally and have equal rights; a world of justice for women and men, for children and seniors together, for gay, lesbian and trans people, for refugees and strangers, for people who are still searching and for people who have discovered who they are? Do you believe in the God of grace not judgement, of hope not fear, of love not hate? If you do, then we share these values.  These are the values of Jesus. These are the values for which we, at Christ Church Cathedral, aspire.”

The Very Rev’d Paul Kennington, Dean emeritus

“God is love. Whoever lives in love, lives in God, and God in them.”     1 John 4:16

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    Spiritual Practice: Standing Rock, a Ministry of Care

    The protests at Standing Rock have reached a critical point since early November, when Canadian Indigenous Bishop Mark MacDonald joined some 500 clergy from across North America in North Dakota to support those who are attempting to block construction of the oil pipeline across the Missouri River and across tribal lands

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    Anticipation

    Advent Sunday ushers in, for Christians, a time of growing anticipation. And while it might seem “godly” to eschew the commercial holiday madness, preparing a place for generosity … tokens of love for our near ones, and, yes, gifts far beyond ourselves too… is an honest part of this season.

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    The Long Goodbye

    “For everything there is a season, and a time for every purpose under heaven…” Acknowledging the rich ministry of Paul Kennington and Jonathan Bailey at Christ Church Cathedral, services of sending forth gave our community the chance to bless them and say our farewells with glorious music, appropriate liturgy, libations,

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    News of November 10th

    Dear Friend of the Cathedral You must have noticed that suddenly Christmas is in the air – literally with the stars in the trees outside the cathedral and with chocolate Santas in the grocery stores – but also on a more spiritual plane with Advent celebrations in the cathedral and