8 a.m. - Holy Eucharist in English
10 a.m. - Holy Eucharist in English with Music
12:30 p.m. - La Misa/Holy Eucharist in Spanish


2 p.m. Holy Eucharist, Church by the Pond in Hartford's Bushnell Park along Jewell Street

Parking on Sundays

Free parking is available on Sundays in the Talcott Street parking lot and on the streets of Hartford. Parking is also available in the MAT Garage on Church Street but you must validate your ticket just outside the Cathedral House auditorium. All may park in the Cathedral alleyway during the 8 a.m. service. Those spaces are reserved for physically challenged people during the 10 a.m. service.


The Cathedral is located at the corner of Church and Main Streets in downtown Hartford. General directions are here.

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Christ Church Cathedral

Christ Church Cathedral is an Episcopal church in an urban environment. By visiting this website, you can learn about our location in downtown Hartford, the times of our services, where to park on a Sunday morning, concerts and other upcoming events, and the many ways you can help those in need through our outreach programs.

All are welcome. We are a diverse congregation of people from the Greater Hartford region. Our parishioners come from nearby and farther out to worship, pray, serve and learn together. The Episcopal church is a safe place where differing points of view, as well as questions, are welcomed as part of our spiritual journey. Many are drawn by the beauty of our sacred space, others are inspired by our worship and music, and still others are nourished by being part of a community of believers in Jesus Christ. Our faith is based on Scripture, tradition and reason.

We hope this visit to our website will encourage you to visit us in person. As Jesus said, “Come and see.” Come and see what God is doing in and through our ministries.

There is a place for all of God’s people here.



Listening Sessions Set for Cathedral Discernment

As the Episcopal Church in Connecticut reimagines its future, one of the central questions we collectively need to address is: “What institutions and structures are needed to support our common identity and common life as we face the challenges and opportunities of the 21st Century?” Traditionally, cathedrals have been viewed by many as playing a significant role in nurturing, supporting, and shaping diocesan life. As part of our reimagining, it is important to ask what constitutes a cathedral in this day and age, and what role, if any, a cathedral should play in our future. Join the conversation at one of six locations throughout the state in February.

Wednesday, February 11, 7-9 p.m.
St. John's Episcopal Church, Stamford
Grace & St. Peter's Episcopal Church, Hamden
Trinity Episcopal Church, Torrington.

Thursday, February 12, 7-9 p.m.
St. John's Episcopal Church, Vernon

Wednesday, February 25, 7-9 p.m.
Grace Episcopal Church, Vernon
The Episcopal Church in Connecticut, Meriden