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Faithfully Battling Food Insecurity

Food and family go together—except when food insecurity makes it impossible to ensure that your family will be able to eat from day to day. This is where our partnership with the Sharing Place, a ministry of Lutheran Child and Family Services right here in Indianapolis, makes all the difference. If you don’t know the term food insecurity, you can …

Join us in welcoming The Rev. Dr. Gray Lesesne as Dean & Rector

The Reverend Dr. Gray Lesesne as our next Dean and Rector of Christ Church Cathedral Indianapolis. In January, 2021, we will welcome The Reverend Dr. Gray Lesesne as our next Dean and Rector of Christ Church Cathedral Indianapolis. As Dean, Gray will lead the Cathedral into a new phase of our life together. While we have benefited from Gray’s ministry …

A message from Dean Mary 6.12.2020

June 12, 2020 A MESSAGE FROM DEAN MARY Dear friends of the Cathedral, I’m going to speak personally here. The last few weeks have been soul-searing, for me.  At times, words have been hard to find.  I don’t think I’m alone. Rest in peace, George Floyd.  Your unjust death is pushing the arc of history toward justice.  Dreasjon Reed, you …

Reopening our building: A letter from Dean Mary

  May 13, 2020/Fifth Wednesday in Easter Dear Cathedral friends, Gov. Holcomb has his ‘Back on Track’ plan to reopen Indiana.  Mayor Hogsett has his plan for our city.  Bishop Jennifer shared her plan this week. https://indydio.org/diocesan-reopening-plan-a-message-from-bishop-jennifer/ .  Now, we need to prepare our CCC plan for approval.   The Bishop’s plan has certain public health criteria as the trigger for …

Letter to the Parish: Opening our Church buildings, safely, lovingly.

May 2, 2020 A LETTER TO THE PARISH Dear Cathedral Friends, I trust many of you heard the news today that Governor Holcomb will begin allowing Indiana to open on May 4 according to a carefully phased plan that includes allowing faith communities to resume worship.  I also trust that you know that Mayor Hogsett is asking that residents of …

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