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Easter Schedule 2014
Sermon by Dean Peter Elliott - April 13, 2014
Holy Listening - Wednesday of Holy Week
Employment Seminar
Sermon by The Rev. Philippa Segrave-Pride
May the Fourth
Writing Through Grief and Loss
Sermon by Dean Peter Elliott - March 30, 2014
Sermon by The Rev. Alisdair Smith - March 23, 2014
Taking Flight - Confirmation Prep Day
Common Threads Indigo Quilt Project
Welcome Centre
Follow the Cathedral on Twitter!

Easter Schedule 2014

From the Blessing of the Palms on Palm Sunday through to the Great Vigil and the Festival Eucharist on Easter Sunday – the Easter Schedule at Christ Church Cathedral…

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Sermon by Dean Peter Elliott - April 13, 2014

Many have likely seen the media coverage of an exhibit of paintings in Dallas Texas at the George W. Bush Presidential Library. Painted by the former President, these 30 oil-on-board paintings are portraits of world leaders.

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Holy Listening - Wednesday of Holy Week

Holy Week immerses us in the heart of the story of Jesus’ life, death and resurrection.

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Employment Seminar

Marketing yourself in today’s job economy may sometimes feel like a daunting task, but whether you are looking to keep current with the latest industry tips and best practices or you are looking to learn how it’s done, HR hiring expert Daniel Wirth has the information that you are looking for.

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Sermon by The Rev. Philippa Segrave-Pride

Throughout life there are many occasions when choosing the right thing to say can be incredibly difficult. This can be particularly hard if you struggle with the need to say something, anything to fill an awkward silence. Modern life finds silence a very difficult thing. Yet there are times when silence is better than words.

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May the Fourth

Join us for four celebrations at Christ Church Cathedral on May 4th with the 10:30am Choral Eucharist.

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Writing Through Grief and Loss

Grief is a natural response to the loss or someone or something meaningful ~ a person, a relationship, a job, health, independence, the loss of a deeply held belief or anything else that is emotionally valued.

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Sermon by Dean Peter Elliott - March 30, 2014

This verse is, for me, the most difficult verse in today’s gospel reading (John 9: 1-41)—it seems incongruous that Jesus, the healer, would explain that suffering is caused so that God’s work could be revealed.

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Sermon by The Rev. Alisdair Smith - March 23, 2014

I was filled with both a certain hesitation and a certain excitement about today’s Gospel. So many of us know this story, and of course, we remember the life of Jane Donegani Short, and the window given by her, just behind me over my left shoulder.

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Taking Flight - Confirmation Prep Day

Come and meet Bishop Melissa and share a day of learning, worship and fellowship with others being confirmed this year.

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Common Threads Indigo Quilt Project

The Cathedral Parish began celebrating its 125th Anniversary in November 2013. The indigo quilt is envisioned as a community project for the Cathedral and the diocese, including the participation of all ages and experiences.

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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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Follow the Cathedral on Twitter!

We’re getting more social all the time. When Dean Peter Elliott wrote his response to the Vancouver Riots, we posted it to Facebook. And when we did, it generated 700 views in 1 day! We think we have an important message to share with the world. So we’re sharing it in every way we can. So, find us on twitter (@CCCVancouver). If you don’t have twitter, or want to learn more, we’ve created this quick start guide for you…

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