Each and every one of us, by virtue of our baptism, is indeed included in that great mission of God to restore all people to unity with God and each other in Christ.
Bishop Ian T. Douglas
8:00 a.m. - Holy Eucharist in English
10:00 a.m. - Holy Eucharist in English
12:30 a.m. - La Misa/Holy Eucharist in Spanish
12 noon - Holy Eucharist
6:00 p.m. - Bible Study in Spanish – Meets every other Thursday.
2:00 p.m. - Holy Eucharist, Church by the Pond in Hartford's Bushnell Park along Jewell Street
All are welcome. Our diverse congregation comes from the Greater Hartford region to worship, pray, serve and learn together in an urban community. The Episcopal church is a safe place where different points of view, as well as questions are welcomed as part of our sacred space, where 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.
Free parking is available on Sundays on the streets of Hartford.
The MAT Garage is re-open. Validated parking at the MAT Garage is under a new procedure. Pick up a copy of instructions at the front of the Cathedral. You will need a special ticket, in addition to the garage entrance ticket, to have free parking. On Sundays, the special ticket is available in the auditorium after the service
There are reserved spaces in the Cathedral alleyway for physically challenged people during all services.
Additionally, you may also park on Sundays in the Talcott Lot diagonally across from the Cathedral on Main Street. You must put a Cathedral Card on your dashboard. Cards are available in the Narthex (Ushers will be glad to help) or in the Cathedral House Auditorium. NOTE: This applies to Sunday mornings ONLY.Get Directions
Christ Church Cathedral has embarked on a new chapter in its history as an empowerer and nurturer of our apostolic calling to share Christ’s love with the world.
The Rt. Rev. Laura J. Ahrens, Bishop Suffragan