Welcome to Christ Church Cathedral! We are a reverent, yet progressive, faith community located on Monument Circle in downtown Indianapolis. We value inclusion and compassion, and are dedicated to widening the circle of God’s embrace with heart and voice. Our main service of worship is the Holy Eucharist, also called Mass, Holy Communion, or the Lord’s Supper. All are welcome to partake in communion. Be a guest at one of our Sunday services, or attend our weekday services. Free parking is available for any worship service.




Welcome to Christ Church Cathedral. Wherever you are in your journey of faith, there is a place for you at the “Little Church on the Circle.” We welcome all, serve all, and widen the circle of God’s embrace. Looking to get connected? Click here.


    We love kids. Children are welcome at all services. Books, crayons, and play supplies are on a cart under the balcony. In addition, the nursery is open on Sundays from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Trained caregivers welcome children up to four years old.


    There is always free parking for worship in the Express Park garage at 20 N. Pennsylvania St. (Southwest corner of Pennsylvania and Market). Bring your garage ticket with you so an usher can validate it. More information here.


    At Christ Church Cathedral, the dress is as diverse as the congregation. There are blue jeans and business suits, high heels and sneakers, cargo shorts and corduroys. We encourage you to wear what is most comfortable for you.

Upcoming Events
  • You are invited to join the Catechumenate, an exploration your faith and Christian Faith as expressed at the Cathedral

    Catechumenate will start January 17th

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  • Meet our six Vestry Nominees for the 2019 election: Tim Culbertson, Andrea Hunley, Elaine Klemesrud, Judy Lovchik, Jude Magers, and Liliana Marrs. They will be introduced at the Dean’s forum on Sunday, January 20th.

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  • Upcoming Forma Conference , Week of January 21

    Christ Church Cathedral will be hosting FORMA, a conference on Liturgy and Evangelism

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