Christ Church Cathedral

Cityscape
4:19 pm
Fri February 14, 2014

Christ Church Cathedral To Pay Tribute To Rosa Parks

Rosa Parks circa 1955, with Martin Luther King Jr. in the background.
via Wikimedia Commons/Ebony Magazine

In celebration of Black History Month, Christ Church Cathedral is holding a concert Sunday honoring Rosa Parks. The concert will feature arrangements of spirituals and “Hymn for Rosa,” a work written by Christ Church Cathedral organist and choirmaster William “Pat” Partridge after Rosa Parks died.

According to Partridge, her death reminded him of his childhood in segregated Virginia and her perseverance to end segregation.

Read more
Martin Luther King Day
6:51 pm
Mon January 20, 2014

St. Louis Remains A Stronghold For Dr. King's Dream

Marchers celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. on Grand Blvd. outside Powell Hall.
Joseph Leahy / St. Louis Public Radio

Thousands of St. Louis-area residents celebrated the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with ceremonies, music and marches over the three-day weekend.

Christ Church Cathedral in downtown St. Louis hosted readings on Monday of King's writings, sermons and speeches from the same pulpit where he once preached 50 years ago.

Read more
World Series 2013
2:51 pm
Mon October 21, 2013

Episcopal Leaders In Boston, St. Louis Use World Series To 'Strike Out' Human Trafficking

(St. Louis Cardinals)

Updated at bottom on October 22 with bets from the Archdiocese.

Updated at 3:30 p.m. to clarify quote about child trafficking.

The leaders of the Episcopal cathedrals in Boston and St. Louis are betting that the World Series between the Red Sox and Cardinals will help combat human trafficking and prostitution in their cities.

Read more
King Day readings
8:30 am
Mon January 16, 2012

Public invited to read, listen to King's words

Participants in the 2011 "Let Freedom Ring" celebration at Christ Church Cathedral listen to the words of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
(from Christ Church Cathedral)

For the third year in a row, Christ Church Cathedral in downtown St. Louis will give area residents a chance to read and hear the words of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

The dean of the Episcopal cathedral, The Very Rev. Mike Kinman, says  he appreciates the call from President Obama to make King's birthday a day of service. But he says the readings are designed to provide the reflective counterpart that was also a crucial part of King's life.

Read more