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Homily by The Rev. Bill Crockett - Memorial for Christopher Lind
Sermon by The Rev. Alisdair Smith, July 27, 2014
6th Annual Pride Day Service
Sermon by the Rev. Dixie Black, July 20, 2014
Sermon by Archdeacon Ellen Clark-King, July 13
Sermon by Dean Peter Elliott, July 6, 2014
Raise the Roof Campaign
The Water Project
Common Threads Indigo Quilts
Welcome Centre
Follow the Cathedral on Twitter!

Homily by The Rev. Bill Crockett - Memorial for Christopher Lind

This God is no remote God. This God is a mystery of communion and community, a mystery of shared love, who reaches out to welcome Chris home, and who reaches out to embrace Anne and Emily and Aaron, their extended family, and their many friends in their sorrow and loss.

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Sermon by The Rev. Alisdair Smith, July 27, 2014

Well it has been quite a week, has it not. I am so sorry to have missed Dixie’s sermon last week. I read it on line and am still reflecting on it. And Chris Lind’s memorial yesterday. Courage, justice, strength, vision and God as the Heart of the Universe.

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6th Annual Pride Day Service

Celebrate God’s gift of diversity with special music at a service of Holy Communion on August 3rd.

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Sermon by the Rev. Dixie Black, July 20, 2014

Last November I was diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease. Of course I was shocked. I didn’t know anything about Parkinson’s Disease so how could I possibly have it? Since then I’ve been cycling through denial, resistance and acceptance, with the emphasis on denial and resistance. Acceptance is gaining more prominence but is still often elusive.

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Sermon by Archdeacon Ellen Clark-King, July 13

There’s an embarrassment of riches in the readings this morning! The interesting family dynamics between the hairy hunter Esau and his younger twin the smooth home-loving farmer Jacob.

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Sermon by Dean Peter Elliott, July 6, 2014

A homily by Dean Peter Elliott for the Fourth Sunday after Pentecost

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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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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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