Organ Concert: La Nativité du Seigneur

Director of Music Nicholas Capozzoli presents Olivier Messiaen’s La Nativité du Seigneur, a set of nine organ meditations on the Christmas story. Experience this unique, mystical, and psychedelic music in a warm and dimly lit cathedral. The concert is free and lasts approximately 1 hour. A freewill offering will support...

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Christmas Eve Choral Mass in English

Service in English featuring the Christ Church Cathedral Choir The Eucharist starts at 10:30 p.m., but there will be a choral prelude starting at 10:00 p.m. In-person service at the Cathedral and livestreamed on YouTube. Cathedral YouTube Channel  – Live Stream of the Service

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Advent Lessons and Carols – 4 pm Sunday

Bilingual service with choir Please join us as we begin the Advent season with a joyful service of music and readings.  Click here to join the livestream of the service. Listen on the radio Listen on the Internet View the bulletin here:

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Cathedral at 6 — Bilingual Eucharist

Join us for a bilingual Eucharist run by members of our young adult community and St. Martha’s Ecumenical Chaplaincy. Although this service is run by young adults, it is open to people of all ages. At this service, you will find music of all kinds of genres, a simpler order...

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Sunday Eucharist Service 9h (en français)

French service with music In-person service at the Cathedral In accordance with government regulations, you will be required to show us your VaxiCode Passport and a piece of ID. Cathedral YouTube Channel  - Live Stream of the Service Virtual coffee after the service https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84617875717 Meeting ID: 846 1787 5717  Passcode:...

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Choral Evensong (bilingual) – 4 pm Sunday

Choral Evensong is streamed live at 4 pm (and recorded) on YouTube Also in-person at the Cathedral Attendance in the Cathedral: masks recommended. The Cathedral is a place of trust – we trust you will not come if you are a COVID risk to other worshippers in the Cathedral. The...

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