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Sermon by The Rev. Liz Hamel - Sept 21
Sermon by Dean Peter Elliott ~ September 14
The Gospel and the Grateful Dead
Jubilation
Sermon by the Rev. Philippa Segrave-Pride
Diocesan Choral Evensong - Sept 28
Sermon by The Rev. Alisdair Smith - Aug 31, 2014
Walk the Labyrinth - September 22-26
Big Issues Forums
Sermon by Dean Peter Elliott ~ Aug 24, 2014
Raise the Roof Campaign
The Water Project
Common Threads Indigo Quilts
Welcome Centre

Sermon by The Rev. Liz Hamel - Sept 21

Listen to an audio mp3 of the sermon by The Rev. Liz Hamel for the 15th Sunday after Pentecost

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Sermon by Dean Peter Elliott ~ September 14

It communicates beyond any single language. It stands as a simple yet complex symbol for the Christian way. It says something about life while reminding us of the reality of death. An instrument of torture and execution became a symbol of life and hope.

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The Gospel and the Grateful Dead

Join us for an evening of reflection, scripture and song as Dr. Potter reads from his new book, The Gospel and the Grateful Dead.

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Jubilation

Come and be part of the gala celebration of the 125th Anniversary a downtown Vancouver landmark, Christ Church Cathedral. Performances by many of Vancouver’s Finest Actors and Musicians.

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Sermon by the Rev. Philippa Segrave-Pride

The Rev. Philippa Segrave-Pride’s homily for the Thirteenth Sunday after Pentecost

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Diocesan Choral Evensong - Sept 28

Join in the 125th anniversary of Christ Church Cathedral at Choral Evensong to celebrate the Feast of St. Michael and All Angels. Choristers from across the diocese will lead the service under the direction of Brigid Coult, Director of Music for St. Mary’s Kerrisdale.

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Sermon by The Rev. Alisdair Smith - Aug 31, 2014

Well, could we have a more interesting collection of readings this morning? We’ve got Moses, we’ve got St Paul, we’ve even got a little Satan thrown in for good measure. Sounds like the beginning of a great joke; Moses, St Paul and Satan walk into a bar…

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Walk the Labyrinth - September 22-26

The Cathedral Labyrinth will be available in the nave to allow us to make a pilgrimage without going very far from home.

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Big Issues Forums

These forums provide the Cathedral community with an opportunity to engage with intelligent and articulate leaders for social change. Speakers from a variety of backgrounds have been invited to engage, stimulate, and challenge us with their perspectives on a variety of Big Issues. The Forums run on Sundays from 9:15-10am in the Park Room.

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Sermon by Dean Peter Elliott ~ Aug 24, 2014

Some new parents when choosing names for their infants, seek to find traditional names; a few look for biblical names. In all my years I don’t think I’ve met parents who’ve chosen the names Shiphrah or Puah for their daughters.

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Raise the Roof Campaign

Vancouver’s oldest surviving church, Christ Church Cathedral, was founded in 1888, and its much-loved building has welcomed the people of Vancouver at the corner of West Georgia and Burrard since 1894.

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The Water Project

The project sees the Cathedral community on its way towards raising $10,000, approximately half the cost of equipping one home with clean, running water, and in-home wastewater disposal in the fly-in Northern Ontario town of Pikangikum.

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Common Threads Indigo Quilts

It all began as a project to dampen the acoustics and add colour to the Parish Hall of Christ Church Cathedral, Vancouver. We planned to engage the community and share our love of textiles and indigo dye. To visually link the quilts, a red band signifying community would sweep around the room.

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Welcome Centre

New to the Cathedral? Or looking for quick information about the Cathedral and its events? Find our service times, parking and other information by clicking the image above…

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