Our Next Dean
The Search for the next Dean of Christ Church Cathedral is underway, with our Search Committee actively engaged in careful discernment. Committee members are grateful for the prayers and support offered by our church community, and we appreciate the Cathedral’s patience. We look forward to providing timely updates on our progress here on our website, as well as monthly written updates in The Bulletin and brief, monthly verbal reports in the Sunday morning Dean’s Hour. The next brief verbal report in the Dean’s Hour will be on Sunday, February 19, at 10 a.m.
Houston Texas is one of the most exciting places in the country to live and work, and Christ Church Cathedral is home to some of The Episcopal Church's most vibrant ministries today. We value our inspiring worship, strong lay leadership, robust outreach ministries, lively community fellowship, and the finest of formation and educational offerings for all ages.
Since 1839, Christ Church has proclaimed in word and deed the good news of Jesus Christ with a tradition of radical hospitality that remains part of our culture. Our beautiful sanctuary is the third to be built on the corner of Texas and Fannin where we were founded 183 years ago. We now occupy two blocks and remain a beacon of faith and ministry for our nation’s fourth largest city.
Through sound leadership and a commitment of love and service to all, we continue to flourish, and while many of us are still grieving pandemic losses, our community remains inspired, united, and committed to the Cathedral.
We welcome any to apply who would join us in realizing our mission: To proclaim the love of Jesus Christ through word and deed to the parish, the diocese and the downtown community.
If you are interested in applying, please contact:
The Rev. Canon Kellaura Johnson
Diocesan Transition Minister
Parish Profile Annual Report Search Committee Updates
Since its founding in 1839, Christ Church Cathedral has lived every day into its mission “to proclaim the love of Jesus Christ through word and deed to the parish, the diocese, and the downtown community."