Join us for one of Christ Church Cathedral’s many special events, held both at the church and around the city. We host organ recitals and outdoor concerts, holiday celebrations and theological discussions. Here are details and information about our upcoming events.
Joshua Thompson is a pianist, social musicologist, teaching artist and producer. He is increasingly recognized on a national scale for his expertise on classical composers of African descent and the inherent cultural connectivity in the broader aesthetic of Black Arts movements. His program “Dark Matter” is based on the poem of the same title by Manon Voice, a poet, spoken word artist, and Indianapolis native. Joshua’s program utilizes the masterworks from composers of African descent to tell the story of creation, joy, trial and triumph.
Joshua Thompson, piano
Newcomers are invited to join in a thoughtful discussion about who we are as a church.
The Cathedral Women will host their annual summer meeting outdoors at Garfield Park, on Indy’s near southside. This will be a great opportunity to catch up with one another, as well as discuss the upcoming Strawberry Festival and hold Board elections. Dinner will be provided, but attendees should bring their own portable chairs or picnic blankets.
As part of our leadership’s renewed commitment to transparency and collaboration, we invite you to join our Vestry for a quarterly bilingual update. We’ll share highlights of our work together over the past three months and make plenty of time for your questions, comments, and feedback.