This year, Christ Church Cathedral has sustained four food pantries in central and southern Indiana throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. Each of them has told us that were it not for our support, which is thanks to your generosity, they would not have been able to keep their doors open and their clients nourished and cared for.
Your financial gifts help us do remarkable things as they are transformed into ministry and mission. In addition to the grants to the food pantries, we’ve supported our neighbors experiencing homelessness through Horizon House, the women and children of Dayspring Center, and the people of Exodus Refugee Immigration. For all that you give to make this happen, we thank you.
Our Cathedral’s stewardship theme for the coming year is Grateful Together, Giving Together, Growing Together. Each week, we’ll hear from various members of our congregation and community as they share the impact of your stewardship pledges in their daily lives. We also have a number of events and activities we hope you’ll attend so that we can collectively celebrate all we have to be grateful for. By sharing our gifts for ministry together, we can experience the power of God’s abundance among us and grow more deeply in our faith.
Grateful Together: Giving as Spiritual Formation
Don’t Miss These Upcoming Events and Activities!
- Stewardship Kick-off | Oct. 3 at Noon
Following a special outdoors bilingual service at 11 a.m., we’ll kick off our 2022 Stewardship Campaign: Grateful Together, Giving Together, Growing Together. We will enjoy delicious tamales and share stories of how our gifts impact the community. Throughout the campaign, we’ll share stories of our gratitude, connection, and mission. Bags containing special elements of our theme will also be distributed during our gathering on Oct. 3 so that you and your family can incorporate the practice of giving into your daily rituals.
- Celebration Sunday | Nov. 7 at 8 a.m., 10 a.m., or 1 p.m.
We invite you to complete your pledge card and bring it to our Celebration Sunday on Nov. 7 at 8 a.m., 10 a.m., or 1 p.m. (don’t forget the time change!).