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Due to COVID-19, all programs are currently scheduled as virtual offerings. This may change as circumstances allow.

Fall 2020 Adult Education and Program Guide

Fall 2020 Youth Calendar

Fall 2020 Young Adult Calendar

 

Special Events

20s & 30s Coffee & Culture

Sept. 26, 3–4 p.m.

This will be an opportunity for our young adult community to have a conversation on topics including living in a culture of embrace and truly discovering our internal cultural awareness. Register for this event.

Eat. Pie. Love.  Virtual Women’s Event

Oct. 3, 10–11:30 a.m.

Eat. Pie. Love. is a virtual women's event where attendees will make pie with Tara Royer Steele, the owner of Royer's Pie Haven and author of the book Eat. Pie. Love.: 52 Devotions to Satisfy Your Mind, Body and Soul. Cost is $45 and includes: Zoom Baking w/Tara Royer Steele, Tara’s devotional book Eat. Pie. Love., a coffee mug, journal and recipe for pie crust and sweet and salty pie. Attendees can pick up kits to use with the event on Friday, October 2nd from 12:00-6:00 PM at Christ Church Cathedral.  Register online by September 30.

Love is the Way

Oct. 8, 6–7 p.m.

Please join the Episcopal Booksellers Association and Episcopalian readers from across the nation on Thursday, October 8, as The Very Reverend Barkley Thompson has a conversation with The Most Reverend Michael Curry, 27th Presiding Bishop and Primate of the Episcopal Church about the Bishop's new book, Love is the Way: Holding on to Hope in Troubling Times. Email bookstore@christchurchcathedral.org for information on registering to attend the webinar.

Coming Out in Church

Oct. 10, 10 a.m. to noon

The Coming Out in Church program strives to create a safe space for conversation about the experiences and challenges facing LGBTQ+ individuals, their families, and friends. Register online at http://bit.ly/comingoutinchurchCCC

 

Sundays

Dean’s Hour Matinee

2 p.m. each Sunday, beginning Sept. 13

When things return to normal this should shift to an in-person event at 10 a.m.

Dean Barkley Thompson hosts “The Dean’s Hour,” a time for the dean and other parish leaders to speak on various subjects relating to faith, Christ Church, and the community. Online at 2 p.m. each Sunday. Learn more and register.

Theology Roundtable

Meets monthly on Sundays from 6:30–8 p.m.
Sept. 20, Oct. 18, Nov. 15, and Dec. 20

Join the Rev. Betty Adam, Alan Jackson, and Canon Vicar Kathy Pfister as the Roundtable begins its adventure in ecological theology. We will look at the emergence of the ecological movement, it’s development across the Anglican Communion and dig into the theological underpinnings for our call to care for creation. The purpose of the class is to call us back to a more authentic mode of being, as we reclaim our interdependence and deep connection to the natural world, as sacred creation. Register here.

The Anglican Way

Meets Sundays from 6:30–8 p.m. from Oct. 11 to Nov. 29

Dean Thompson leads his evening class intended for those who wish to deepen their understanding of the Church, its faith, and its mission. Those new to the congregation and those adults seeking to be baptized, confirmed, or received are especially encouraged to attend.

Register for The Anglican Way.

Weeknights

Education for Ministry (EfM)

Tuesdays, 6:30–9 p.m., beginning Sept. 8

The most comprehensive adult education offering in the Episcopal Church, EfM involves four years of study of the Old and New Testament, church history, and Christian theology. In a small group setting, participants deepen their understanding of faith as they grow in community with one another. For more information on tuition, registration, or about EfM in general, contact one of the mentors: Lucy Wagner, , or Marilyn Dyess,

20s & 30s Wednesday Night

Wednesdays, 6:30–7:30 p.m., beginning Sept. 9

Join other 20s & 30s as we explore different topics each week together. Learn more about the Cathedral's Young Adult Ministry at http://www.christchurchcathedral.org/learn/young-adults/.

The Dean's Book Club

First Wednesday of the month, 6:30–8 p.m., Sept. 2 to Dec. 2

A different book is discussed each month. Everyone is welcome to attend and join the discussion. Everyone is encouraged to order books from the Cathedral Bookstore. Contact Dean Barkley Thompson at   to learn how to participate. 

  • Sept. 2: A Prayer for Owen Meany by John Irving

  • Oct. 7: Hymns of the Republic: The Story of the Final Year of the American Civil War by S.C. Gwynne

  • Nov. 4: You're Not Listening: What You're Missing and Why It Matters by Kate Murphy

  • Dec. 2: Living into God's Dream: Dismantling Racism in America edited by Catherine Meeks

Amazing Women of Faith

First Thursday of the month, 6:30–7:30 p.m., Sept. 3 to Dec. 3

Amazing women of faith gather to discuss Amazing Women of Faith! Each month we choose a female saint for a lively hagiography and discussion on Zoom.

Register in advance for this meeting.

Bible & Study Groups

The Body & the New Testament (Men & Women)

Tuesdays, 7–8 a.m., Sept. 15 to Nov. 17 
Thursdays, 12–1 p.m., Sept. 17 to Nov. 19 

Spending time in the Gospels and Pauline letters, the study will focus on these questions: What were the underlying assumptions about the relationship of the body to the spirit in first century Palestine? What does the incarnation teach us about the nature of God? What does the Bible teach about bodily resurrection? What does it mean to belong to the Body of Christ? And finally, what does this mean for the treatment of our own bodies and the bodies of others? Curriculum created by Canon Becky Zartman, led by Canon Vicar Kathy Pfister.

Register for Tuesday morning here.

Register for Thursday at noon here.

Women’s Evening Bible Study: The Body & the New Testament

Tuesdays, 6:30–7:30 p.m., Sept. 15 to Nov. 17

Spending time in the Gospels and Pauline letters, the study will focus on these questions: What were the underlying assumptions about the relationship of the body to the spirit in first century Palestine? What does the incarnation teach us about the nature of God? What does the Bible teach about bodily resurrection? What does it mean to belong to the Body of Christ? And finally, what does this mean for the treatment of our own bodies and the bodies of others? Led by Canon Becky Zartman.

Register in advance for this meeting.

Women’s Morning Bible Study

Wednesdays, 9:30–11 a.m., Sept. 1 to Nov. 24

Gather for sincere and truthful conversation on the appointed scripture reading for the following Sunday. Please contact Canon Becky Zartman at bzartman@christchurchcathedral.org for the Zoom link to attend. 

Men's Morning Bible Study

Wednesdays, 7–8 a.m., Sept. 2 to Dec. 30

Hosted by Dean Barkley Thompson, the Men’s Bible Study will study Paul’s First Letter to the Corinthians this fall. No prior bible study is required for participation. Please email Dean Thompson at  for the Zoom link.

Children, Youth, & Families

Children’s Formation Hour (Sunday School)

Sundays, 10 a.m.

Formation Hour is an opportunity to explore the richness of our faith in a safe and fun context. Register online. Learn more about the Cathedral's Children's ministry at http://www.christchurchcathedral.org/learn/children/.

Youth Sunday School

Sundays, 10 a.m.

Youth come together via Zoom as a community and grow in our faith through teaching and discussion. Learn more about the Cathedral's Youth Ministry at http://www.christchurchcathedral.org/learn/youth/.

Register here.

Latino/Hispanic Ministry Children’s Sunday School

Sundays, 6 p.m.

Children (ages 3 through grade 5) come together via Zoom as a community and grow in our faith through teaching, and discussion. Learn more about the Cathedral's Latino/Hispanic Ministry at http://www.christchurchcathedral.org/learn/educacion-en-espanol/.

Latino/Hispanic Ministry Youth Sunday School

Sundays, 6 p.m.

Youth (grades 612) come together via Zoom as a community and grow in our faith through teaching, and discussion. Learn more about the Cathedral's Latino/Hispanic Ministry at http://www.christchurchcathedral.org/learn/educacion-en-espanol/.

Register here.

Making Our Home for Faith Podcast

New Episodes every Monday, 6–7 a.m., beginning Sept. 14

Each week a different family will record themselves saying Compline together. Visit www.christchurchcathedral.org/media for more information.

Youth Seed and Root Groups

Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 6:30–8 p.m.

Middle school (Seed) and high school (Root) groups meet weekly for fun, and small group discussion that takes a deep dive into questions about faith. (Tuesdays for middle school and Wednesdays for high school). Learn more about the Cathedral's Youth Ministry at http://www.christchurchcathedral.org/learn/youth/.

Register for Youth Seed Groups here.

Register for Youth Root Groups here.

Events by Date

September

9/14/2020 Making Our Home for Faith the Podcast

New Episodes every Monday, 6–7 a.m. beginning Sept. 14 Each week a different family will record themselves saying Compline together. Visit http://www.christchurchcathedral.org/media for more information.

9/15/2020 Women’s Evening Bible Study: The Body & the New Testament, 6:30–7:30 p.m.

Spending time in the Gospels and Pauline letters, the study will focus on these questions: What were the underlying assumptions about the relationship of the body to the spirit in first century Palestine? What does the incarnation teach us about the nature of God? What does the Bible teach about bodily resurrection? What does it mean to belong to the Body of Christ? And finally, what does this mean for the treatment of our own bodies and the bodies of others? Led by Canon Becky Zartman.

Register in advance for this meeting.

9/15/2020 Youth Seed Group, 6:30–8 p.m.

Middle school Seed Groups meet weekly for fun and small group discussion that takes a deep dive into questions about faith. Tuesdays for middle school. Register for Youth Seed Groups here.

9/16/2020 Youth Root Group, 6:30–8 p.m.

High school Root Groups meet weekly for fun and small group discussion that takes a deep dive into questions about faith. Wednesdays for high school. Register for Youth Root Groups here.

9/16/2020 Cathedral 20s & 30s Wednesday Night, 6:30–7:30 p.m.

Minister for Stewardship Karen Kraycirik discusses stewardship as a Spiritual Practice. Contact Christy Orman, Minister for Young Adults at for registration information.

9/19/2020 Knitters and Crocheters – Circle, 10 a.m.

All levels of experience are welcome. Calling all knitters and crocheters! For many years, the Cathedral’s Prayer Shawl ministry has delivered prayerfully created shawls and baby blankets to Cathedral members who are challenged by illness or celebrating the birth of a child. All levels of experience are welcome. (Lessons are planned for the future but are not available during this time.) When: 3rd Saturday of the month. Who should Attend: Anyone that enjoys knitting or crochet and would like to share in the time together. Register online.

9/20/2020 Dean's Hour Matinee: Rooted in Christ. Built on Christ. Our Vision Action Plan, 2–3 p.m.

Over the last two years, the Vision Task Force has developed a Vision Action Plan to enliven the mission and ministry of Christ Church Cathedral. Guided by the words of the Apostle Paul in his letter to the Colossians, "Let your roots go down into Christ, and let your lives be built on Christ, strengthened in the faith as you were taught, and overflowing with thankfulness," the task force developed a hope-filled, strategic vision and plan for the flourishing Christ Church Cathedral and the communities we serve. Join Dean Thompson and other parish leaders as they present the Vision Action Plan and be energized by the witness of your parish family. Register for this webinar.

9/20/2020 Theology Roundtable, 6:30-8 p.m.

Join the Rev. Betty Adam, Alan Jackson, and Canon Vicar Kathy Pfister as the Roundtable begins its adventure in ecological theology. We will look at the emergence of the ecological movement, it’s development across the Anglican Communion and dig into the theological underpinnings for our call to care for creation. The purpose of the class is to call us back to a more authentic mode of being, as we reclaim our interdependence and deep connection to the natural world, as sacred creation. Register here.

9/22/2020 Women’s Evening Bible Study: The Body & the New Testament, 6:30–7:30 p.m.

Spending time in the Gospels and Pauline letters, the study will focus on these questions: What were the underlying assumptions about the relationship of the body to the spirit in first century Palestine? What does the incarnation teach us about the nature of God? What does the Bible teach about bodily resurrection? What does it mean to belong to the Body of Christ? And finally, what does this mean for the treatment of our own bodies and the bodies of others? Led by Canon Becky Zartman.

Register in advance for this meeting. 

9/26/2020 20s & 30s Coffee & Culture Conversation, 3–4 p.m.

Join other Cathedral 20s & 30s as we have a Zoom sit down with some coffee and discuss Coffee & Culture. We will be meeting on Saturday, September 26th from 3-4 pm. This will be an opportunity for our Young Adult community to have a conversation including living in a culture of embrace and truly discovering our internal cultural awareness. Following the conversation, there will be resources shared on the Cathedral 20s & 30s Facebook group to dive deeper into each of our own awareness. I hope you can join us and invite a friend. Keep an eye out for the registration link in the Cathedral 20s & 30s weekly Enews and Facebook group. Please contact Minister for Young Adults Christy Orman at with any questions.

9/27/2020 Every Member Canvass Kickoff, 2:00 p.m.

9/29/2020 Women’s Evening Bible Study: The Body & the New Testament, 6:30–7:30 p.m.

Spending time in the Gospels and Pauline letters, the study will focus on these questions: What were the underlying assumptions about the relationship of the body to the spirit in first century Palestine? What does the incarnation teach us about the nature of God? What does the Bible teach about bodily resurrection? What does it mean to belong to the Body of Christ? And finally, what does this mean for the treatment of our own bodies and the bodies of others? Led by Canon Becky Zartman.

Register in advance for this meeting. 

9/30/2020 Cathedral 20s & 30s Wednesday Night: Culture of Embrace, 6:30–7:30 p.m.

Join other 20s & 30s as we explore different topics each week together. For Fall, we will be hearing from different speakers about some topics chosen by our 20s & 30s community. If you have more questions please contact Minister for Young Adults Christy Orman at . You can also visit http://www.christchurchcathedral.org/learn/young-adults.

October

10/1/2020 Amazing Women of Faith, 6:30–7:30 p.m.

Amazing women of faith gather to discuss Amazing Women of Faith! Each month we choose a female saint for a lively hagiography and discussion on Zoom.

Register in advance for this meeting. 

10/2/2020 Cathedral 20s & 30s First Friday Fellowship, 7:30–8:30 p.m.

Each month on the First Friday we will have time for fellowship with other 20s & 30s from the Cathedral and around Houston. Friends are welcome. Check our page on the Cathedral website for details, http://www.christchurchcathedral.org/learn/young-adults. The fellowship is free, bring money if you would like to get food or drinks at our various spots. If you have any questions please contact Minister for Young Adults Christy Orman at .

10/3/2020 Eat. Pie. Love.  Virtual Women's Event, 10–11:30 a.m.

Eat. Pie. Love. is a virtual women's event where attendees will make pie with Tara Royer Steele, the owner of Royer's Pie Haven and author of the book Eat. Pie. Love.: 52 Devotions to Satisfy Your Mind, Body and Soul. Cost is $45 and includes: Zoom Baking w/Tara Royer Steele, Tara’s devotional book Eat. Pie. Love., a coffee mug, journal and recipe for pie crust and sweet and salty pie. Attendees can pick up kits to use with the event on Friday, October 2nd from 12:00-6:00 PM at Christ Church Cathedral.  Register online by September 30.

 

10/4/2020 Dean's Hour Matinee: Spiritual Friendships: Saint Francis and Saint Clare of Assisi

What is a spiritual friendship, and how does it differ from a non-spiritual friendship? How do you find, and maintain, spiritual friendships? Using the stories of the all-time great spiritual best friends Saints Francis and Clare of Assisi and other spiritual power couples, this Dean's Hour by Canon Zartman will explore the gifts and graces of spiritual friendship. Register for this webinar.

10/6/2020 Women’s Evening Bible Study: The Body & the New Testament, 6:30–7:30 p.m.

Spending time in the Gospels and Pauline letters, the study will focus on these questions: What were the underlying assumptions about the relationship of the body to the spirit in first century Palestine? What does the incarnation teach us about the nature of God? What does the Bible teach about bodily resurrection? What does it mean to belong to the Body of Christ? And finally, what does this mean for the treatment of our own bodies and the bodies of others? Led by Canon Becky Zartman.

Register in advance for this meeting. 

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

10/7/2020 Cathedral 20s & 20s Wednesday Night: Centering Prayer, 6:30–7:30 p.m.

Contact Christy Orman, Minister for Young Adults at for registration information.

10/7/2020 Dean's Book Club, 6:30–8 p.m.

The Dean's Book Club will be discussing Hymns of the Republic: The Story of the Final Year of the American Civil War by S.C. Gwynne. E-mail   to learn how to participate.

10/8/2020 Love is the Way, 6–7 p.m.

Please join the Episcopal Booksellers Association and Episcopalian readers from across the nation on Thursday, October 8, as The Very Reverend Barkley Thompson has a conversation with The Most Reverend Michael Curry, 27th Presiding Bishop and Primate of the Episcopal Church about the Bishop's new book, Love is the Way: Holding on to Hope in Troubling Times. Email bookstore@christchurchcathedral.org for information on registering to attend the webinar.

10/10/2020 Coming Out In Church Zoom Webinar

The Coming Out in Church program strives to create a safe space for conversation about the experiences and challenges facing LGBTQ+ individuals, their families, and friends.

Register in advance here.

10/11/2020 Blessing of the Animals, 4–5 p.m.

Blessing of the Animals is an annual event that occurs near the feast day of Saint Francis of Assisi, the patron saint of animals. For 2020, the event will be held in Nancy's Garden to allow for more room to physically distance. For additional information, contact Jody Gillit at .

10/11/2020 Youth Fall Parent Meeting

10/11/2020 Cathedral Choir Christmas Wreath Sale

10/11/2020 The Anglican Way, 6:30–8 p.m.

Led by Dean Thompson, this evening class is intended for those who wish to deepen their understanding of the Church, its faith, and its mission. Those new to the congregation and those adults seeking to be baptized, confirmed, or received are especially encouraged to attend. Register for The Anglican Way.

10/11/2020 Dean's Hour Matinee: The End of the World: From the Bible to the Present, 2–3 p.m.

In a season of global pandemic, civic upheaval, and economic distress, it may seem as if the world as we know it is ending. In such circumstances, how have people reacted in the past, and how might we respond today? Is this the Apocalypse? Dean Thompson will walk us through the Book of Revelation as we consider what John's revelation may have to say to us today. Register for this webinar.

10/13/2020 Fall Neighborhood Gathering

10/13/2020 Women’s Evening Bible Study: The Body & the New Testament, 6:30–7:30 p.m.

Spending time in the Gospels and Pauline letters, the study will focus on these questions: What were the underlying assumptions about the relationship of the body to the spirit in first century Palestine? What does the incarnation teach us about the nature of God? What does the Bible teach about bodily resurrection? What does it mean to belong to the Body of Christ? And finally, what does this mean for the treatment of our own bodies and the bodies of others? Led by Canon Becky Zartman.  

Register in advance for this meeting. 

10/13/2020 Community of Hope International Monthly Gathering  "Circle of Care", 6–8 p.m.

Calling all who have completed the Community of Hope International training to come together for a monthly gathering called "Circle of Care". You may have completed your COHI training years ago or did it somewhere else, we would like to connect with all who are at the Cathedral. Mark your calendars for the next meetings on November 10 and December 8 to come together virtually in the Benedict spirit for fellowship, and learn something new from a short program. All meetings will be virtual via Zoom and will start at 6 p.m. Visit the COHI website http://www.cohinternational.org to learn more. Register online.

10/14/2020 Cathedral 20s & 30s Wednesday Night: Symbols of the Church, 6:30–7:30 p.m.

10/14/2020 Fall Neighborhood Gathering

10/17/2020 Knitters and Crocheters – Circle, 10 a.m.

All levels of experience are welcome. Calling all knitters and crocheters! For many years, the Cathedral’s Prayer Shawl ministry has delivered prayerfully created shawls and baby blankets to Cathedral members who are challenged by illness or celebrating the birth of a child. All levels of experience are welcome. (Lessons are planned for the future but are not available during this time.) When: 3rd Saturday of the month. Who should Attend: Anyone that enjoys knitting or crochet and would like to share in the time together. Register online.

10/18/2020 Bring Your Parents to Sunday School  Virtual Event

10/18/2020 Dean's Hour Matinee: The End of the World: From the Bible to the Present, 2–3 p.m.

In a season of global pandemic, civic upheaval, and economic distress, it may seem as if the world as we know it is ending. In such circumstances, how have people reacted in the past, and how might we respond today? Is this the Apocalypse? Dean Thompson will walk us through the Book of Revelation as we consider what John's revelation may have to say to us today. Register for this webinar.

10/18/2020 The Anglican Way, 6:30–8 p.m.

Led by Dean Thompson, this evening class is intended for those who wish to deepen their understanding of the Church, its faith, and its mission. Those new to the congregation and those adults seeking to be baptized, confirmed, or received are especially encouraged to attend. Register for The Anglican Way.

10/18/2020 Theology Roundtable

Join the Rev. Betty Adam, Alan Jackson, and Canon Vicar Kathy Pfister as the Roundtable begins its adventure in ecological theology. We will look at the emergence of the ecological movement, it’s development across the Anglican Communion and dig into the theological underpinnings for our call to care for creation. The purpose of the class is to call us back to a more authentic mode of being, as we reclaim our interdependence and deep connection to the natural world, as sacred creation. Register here.

10/20/2020 Women’s Evening Bible Study: The Body & the New Testament, 6:30–7:30 p.m.

Spending time in the Gospels and Pauline letters, the study will focus on these questions: What were the underlying assumptions about the relationship of the body to the spirit in first century Palestine? What does the incarnation teach us about the nature of God? What does the Bible teach about bodily resurrection? What does it mean to belong to the Body of Christ? And finally, what does this mean for the treatment of our own bodies and the bodies of others? Led by Canon Becky Zartman.

Register in advance for this meeting. 

10/21/2020 Cathedral 20s & 30s Wednesday Night: Anglican Prayer Beads/Rosary, 6:30–7:30 p.m.

Contact Christy Orman, Minister for Young Adults at for registration information.

10/23/2020 Youth Fall Retreat

10/25/2020 Dean's Hour Matinee: The End of the World: From the Bible to the Present, 2–3 p.m.

In a season of global pandemic, civic upheaval, and economic distress, it may seem as if the world as we know it is ending. In such circumstances, how have people reacted in the past, and how might we respond today? Is this the Apocalypse? Dean Thompson will walk us through the Book of Revelation as we consider what John's revelation may have to say to us today. Register for this webinar.

10/25/2020 The Anglican Way, 6:30–8 p.m.

Led by Dean Thompson, this evening class is intended for those who wish to deepen their understanding of the Church, its faith, and its mission. Those new to the congregation and those adults seeking to be baptized, confirmed, or received are especially encouraged to attend. Register for The Anglican Way.

10/27/2020 Women’s Evening Bible Study: The Body & the New Testament, 6:30–7:30 p.m.

Spending time in the Gospels and Pauline letters, the study will focus on these questions: What were the underlying assumptions about the relationship of the body to the spirit in first century Palestine? What does the incarnation teach us about the nature of God? What does the Bible teach about bodily resurrection? What does it mean to belong to the Body of Christ? And finally, what does this mean for the treatment of our own bodies and the bodies of others? Led by Canon Becky Zartman.

Register in advance for this meeting.

November

11/1/2020 Dean's Hour Matinee: A Conversation with Secretary of State James Baker, 2–3 p.m.

On the Sunday before the presidential election, Dean Thompson will interview Houstonian and Episcopalian, former Secretary of State James Baker. Secretary Baker will share a lifetime of insight on leadership and service, and how both are informed by our faith. Join us for this rare opportunity to hear from one of America's living statesmen. Register for this webinar.

 

11/1/2020 Youth Service Day at The Beacon

 

11/1/2020 The Anglican Way, 6:30–8 p.m.

Led by Dean Thompson, this evening class is intended for those who wish to deepen their understanding of the Church, its faith, and its mission. Those new to the congregation and those adults seeking to be baptized, confirmed, or received are especially encouraged to attend. Register for The Anglican Way.

11/2/2020 Fall Neighborhood Gathering

11/3/2020 Women’s Evening Bible Study: The Body & the New Testament, 6:30–7:30 p.m.

Spending time in the Gospels and Pauline letters, the study will focus on these questions: What were the underlying assumptions about the relationship of the body to the spirit in first century Palestine? What does the incarnation teach us about the nature of God? What does the Bible teach about bodily resurrection? What does it mean to belong to the Body of Christ? And finally, what does this mean for the treatment of our own bodies and the bodies of others? Led by Canon Becky Zartman.

Register in advance for this meeting. 

11/4/2020 Cathedral 20s & 30s Wednesday Night: Enneagram and Spiritual Growth, 6:30–7:30 p.m.

Contact Christy Orman, Minister for Young Adults at for registration information.

11/5/2020 Amazing Women of Faith, 6:30–7:30 p.m.

Amazing women of faith gather to discuss Amazing Women of Faith! Each month we choose a female saint for a lively hagiography and discussion on Zoom.

Register in advance for this meeting. 

11/4/2020 Dean's Book Club, 6:30–8 p.m.

The Dean's Book Club will discuss You're Not Listening: What You're Missing and Why It Matters by Kate Murphy. E-mail   to learn how to participate.

11/6/2020 Cathedral 20s & 30s First Friday Fellowship

Contact Christy Orman, Minister for Young Adults at for registration information.

11/8/2020 Dean's Hour Matinee: The End of the World: From the Bible to the Present, 2–3 p.m.

The final session of Dean Thompson’s series exploring the Book of Revelation. In a season of global pandemic, civic upheaval, and economic distress, it may seem as if the world as we know it is ending. In such circumstances, how have people reacted in the past, and how might we respond today? Is this the Apocalypse? Join us as we consider what John's revelation may have to say to us today.

11/8/2020 The Anglican Way, 6:30–8 p.m.

Led by Dean Thompson, this evening class is intended for those who wish to deepen their understanding of the Church, its faith, and its mission. Those new to the congregation and those adults seeking to be baptized, confirmed, or received are especially encouraged to attend. Register for The Anglican Way.

11/9/2020 Fall Neighborhood Gathering

11/10/2020 Women’s Evening Bible Study: The Body & the New Testament, 6:30–7:30 p.m.

Spending time in the Gospels and Pauline letters, the study will focus on these questions: What were the underlying assumptions about the relationship of the body to the spirit in first century Palestine? What does the incarnation teach us about the nature of God? What does the Bible teach about bodily resurrection? What does it mean to belong to the Body of Christ? And finally, what does this mean for the treatment of our own bodies and the bodies of others? Led by Canon Becky Zartman.

Register in advance for this meeting.

11/10/2020 Community of Hope International Monthly Gathering  "Circle of Care", 6–8 p.m.

Calling all who have completed the Community of Hope International training to come together for a monthly gathering called "Circle of Care". You may have completed your COHI training years ago or did it somewhere else, we would like to connect with all who are at the Cathedral. Mark your calendar for the next meeting on December 8 to come together virtually in the Benedict spirit for fellowship, and learn something new from a short program. All meetings will be virtual via Zoom and will start at 6 p.m. Visit the COHI website http://www.cohinternational.org to learn more. Register online.

11/11/2020 Cathedral 20s & 30s Wednesday Night: Enneagram and Spiritual Growth, 6:30–7:30 p.m.

Contact Christy Orman, Minister for Young Adults at for registration information.

11/12/2020 Alzheimer's Association/Dementia Support Group, 11:30 a.m.

The second Thursday of each month Christ Church Cathedral hosts an Alzheimer/Dementia Support group. Who should attend: Anyone that has someone in their life with Alzheimer or dementia. Register online.

11/15/2020 Youth Sunday

11/15/2020 Theology Roundtable

Join the Rev. Betty Adam, Alan Jackson, and Canon Vicar Kathy Pfister as the Roundtable begins its adventure in ecological theology. We will look at the emergence of the ecological movement, it’s development across the Anglican Communion and dig into the theological underpinnings for our call to care for creation. The purpose of the class is to call us back to a more authentic mode of being, as we reclaim our interdependence and deep connection to the natural world, as sacred creation. Register here.

11/15/2020 The Anglican Way, 6:30–8 p.m.

Led by Dean Thompson, this evening class is intended for those who wish to deepen their understanding of the Church, its faith, and its mission. Those new to the congregation and those adults seeking to be baptized, confirmed, or received are especially encouraged to attend. Register for The Anglican Way.

11/15/2020 Alternative Giving Market

11/17/2020 Women’s Evening Bible Study: The Body & the New Testament, 6:30–7:30 p.m.

Spending time in the Gospels and Pauline letters, the study will focus on these questions: What were the underlying assumptions about the relationship of the body to the spirit in first century Palestine? What does the incarnation teach us about the nature of God? What does the Bible teach about bodily resurrection? What does it mean to belong to the Body of Christ? And finally, what does this mean for the treatment of our own bodies and the bodies of others? Led by Canon Becky Zartman.

Register in advance for this meeting. 

11/21/2020 Cathedral 20s & 30s Houston Friendsgiving

Contact Christy Orman, Minister for Young Adults at for registration information.

11/21/2020 Knitters and Crocheters – Circle, 10 a.m.

All levels of experience are welcome. Calling all knitters and crocheters! For many years, the Cathedral’s Prayer Shawl ministry has delivered prayerfully created shawls and baby blankets to Cathedral members who are challenged by illness or celebrating the birth of a child. All levels of experience are welcome. (Lessons are planned for the future but are not available during this time.) When: 3rd Saturday of the month. Who should Attend: Anyone that enjoys knitting or crochet and would like to share in the time together. Register online.

11/22/2020 The Anglican Way, 6:30–8 p.m.

Led by Dean Thompson, this evening class is intended for those who wish to deepen their understanding of the Church, its faith, and its mission. Those new to the congregation and those adults seeking to be baptized, confirmed, or received are especially encouraged to attend. Register for The Anglican Way.

11/24/2020 Women’s Evening Bible Study: The Body & the New Testament, 6:30–7:30 p.m.

Spending time in the Gospels and Pauline letters, the study will focus on these questions: What were the underlying assumptions about the relationship of the body to the spirit in first century Palestine? What does the incarnation teach us about the nature of God? What does the Bible teach about bodily resurrection? What does it mean to belong to the Body of Christ? And finally, what does this mean for the treatment of our own bodies and the bodies of others? Led by Canon Becky Zartman.

Register in advance for this meeting.

11/25/2020 Thanksgiving Eve Service

11/29/2020 The Anglican Way, 6:30–8 p.m.

Led by Dean Thompson, this evening class is intended for those who wish to deepen their understanding of the Church, its faith, and its mission. Those new to the congregation and those adults seeking to be baptized, confirmed, or received are especially encouraged to attend. Register for The Anglican Way.

December

12/2/2020 Cathedral 20s & 30s Wednesday Night: Monastic Living & Having a Rule of Life, 6:30–7:30 p.m.

Contact Christy Orman, Minister for Young Adults at for registration information.

12/2/2020 Dean's Book Club, 6:30–8 p.m.

The Dean's Book Club discusses Living into God's Dream: Dismantling Racism in America, edited by Catherine Meeks. E-mail   to learn how to participate.

12/3/2020 Amazing Women of Faith, 6:30–7:30 p.m.

Amazing women of faith gather to discuss Amazing Women of Faith! Each month we choose a female saint for a lively hagiography and discussion on Zoom.

Register in advance for this meeting. 

12/4/2020 Cathedral 20s & 30s First Friday Fellowship

12/6/2020 Advent Lessons & Carols

12/8/2020 Community of Hope International Monthly Gathering  "Circle of Care", 6–8 p.m.

Calling all who have completed the Community of Hope International training to come together for a monthly gathering called "Circle of Care". You may have completed your COHI training years ago or did it somewhere else, we would like to connect with all who are at the Cathedral. Come together virtually in the Benedict spirit for fellowship, and learn something new from a short program. All meetings will be virtual via Zoom and will start at 6 p.m. Visit the COHI website http://www.cohinternational.org to learn more. Register online.

12/9/2020 Cathedral 20s & 30s Wednesday Night: Meet a Monastic Community, 6:30–7:30 p.m.

12/10/2020 Alzheimer's Association/Dementia Support Group, 11:30 a.m.

The second Thursday of each month Christ Church Cathedral hosts an Alzheimer/Dementia Support group. Who should attend: Anyone that has someone in their life with Alzheimer or dementia. Register online.

12/12/2020 Christmas at the Cathedral

12/16/2020 Cathedral 20s & 30s Christmas Party!

12/20/2020 Theology Roundtable

Join the Rev. Betty Adam, Alan Jackson, and Canon Vicar Kathy Pfister as the Roundtable begins its adventure in ecological theology. We will look at the emergence of the ecological movement, it’s development across the Anglican Communion and dig into the theological underpinnings for our call to care for creation. The purpose of the class is to call us back to a more authentic mode of being, as we reclaim our interdependence and deep connection to the natural world, as sacred creation. Register here.

12/25/2020 Christmas Day Services

 

January

1/7/2021 Amazing Women of Faith, 6:30–7:30 p.m.

Amazing women of faith gather to discuss Amazing Women of Faith! Each month we choose a female saint for a lively hagiography and discussion on Zoom.

Register in advance for this meeting.

1/14/2020 Alzheimer's Association/Dementia Support Group, 11:30 a.m.

The second Thursday of each month Christ Church Cathedral hosts an Alzheimer/Dementia Support group. Who should attend: Anyone that has someone in their life with Alzheimer or dementia. Register online.

1/24/2021 Annual Parish Meeting

February

2/4/2021 Amazing Women of Faith, 6:30–7:30 p.m.

Amazing women of faith gather to discuss Amazing Women of Faith! Each month we choose a female saint for a lively hagiography and discussion on Zoom.

Register in advance for this meeting.

March

3/4/2021 Amazing Women of Faith, 6:30–7:30 p.m.

Amazing women of faith gather to discuss Amazing Women of Faith! Each month we choose a female saint for a lively hagiography and discussion on Zoom.

Register in advance for this meeting.

April

4/1/2021 Amazing Women of Faith, 6:30–7:30 p.m.

Amazing women of faith gather to discuss Amazing Women of Faith! Each month we choose a female saint for a lively hagiography and discussion on Zoom.

Register in advance for this meeting.

May

5/6/2021 Amazing Women of Faith, 6:30–7:30 p.m.

Amazing women of faith gather to discuss Amazing Women of Faith! Each month we choose a female saint for a lively hagiography and discussion on Zoom.

Register in advance for this meeting.