FLOWERS ARE GIVEN TO THE HONOUR AND GLORY OF GOD. Flowers in the Cathedral were given by the families of the late Dr. Baldwin Carey and Mr. Cleophas Adderley. FLOWERS ARE ARRANGED BY THE ALTAR GUILD FLOWER COMMITTEE.





THE HOSPITALITY MINISTRY invites any interested people to serve as ushers. Meetings are held the second Monday of each month in the Parish Hall. Interested persons are asked to contact Parish Office at: 322-4186.





The SOCIAL OUTREACH COMMITTEE NEEDS YOUR HELP: The Social Outreach Committee is in need of non-perishable food items. Persons wishing to donate are asked to contact any Member of the Committee.





Registration for Instructions for Confirmation has now begun. Parents with children in Grade 7 and up, who are interested in having them confirmed may collect an application form from the Parish Office. Forms may also be obtained from members of the Hospitality Ministry. Adults interested in being confirmed are asked to contact Fr. Humes.





Christ Church Cathedral Altar Guild will celebrate its 25th Anniversary on Sunday, July 30th at the 9:00 a.m. Eucharist with a Mass of Thanksgiving.





The Trustees of The Cathedral Endowment Trust acknowledge with gratitude a generous donation to the Cathedral House by Mrs. Angela Treco.

The Cathedral family acknowledges with gratitude a generous donation to Christ Church Cathedral by the Free National Movement. This donation is in appreciation for the recent service to honour the late Sir Cecil Wallace Whitfield.






Couples who are interested in having their wedding anniversaries listed in the Bulletin are asked to submit their names and anniversary dates to the Parish Office or email the Parish Administrator, Mrs. Tanya Hunt-Major, at tannmajj@yahoo.com. They may also call the Cathedral at 322-4186 or fax information, using the number 356-5488





Take time to strengthen your spiritual life by following our daily scriptural readings. Click the link below.






Here are a few general announcements related to the Cathedral:
  • Servers' Guild of St. Ambrose - Servers’ practice will be held on Saturdays at 1:30 p.m. for children ages 6 years and older.
  • Bible Study - The Dean will conduct Bible Study on Wednesday, July 12th at 6:00 p.m. in The Chapter Room. The book of Amos, a modern version is preferred.
  • The Senior Leadership Class - The Senior Leadership Class of Christ Church Cathedral commenced their Summer Break July 2nd. A display of their Summer Outreach Programme pioneered by Mr. Danny Tynes will be mounted on a display this month.
  • St. Margaret's Anglican Parish - There is no Evensong today, Sunday, July 23rd, 2017. Instead, members of the Cathedral are encouraged to attend the Patronal Festival of St. Margaret's Parish at 3 pm.
  • Faith, Family and Fun - Christ Church Cathedral Parish Picnic will be held on Sunday, August 6th, from 12:00 noon to 6:00 p.m. at Nirvana Beach, West Bay Street.

    The Parish Picnic is an event to bring the church members together in a fun-filled and relaxing atmosphere. The Picnic will begin at 12:00 noon and end after Evening Prayer at 6:00 p.m. The main meal will be served between 2:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. Games: Bingo/Dominoes, where prizes will be awarded will be played between 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Volleyball, Soccer, Cards and Board games will be available all day. Evening Prayer, conducted by Catechist Smith will begin at 5:00 p.m.

    Persons wishing to donate prizes for the games are asked to contact Mrs. Rosita Smith-Duvalier: 324-1024; Mrs. Suzette Uriasz: 324-0939; Mrs. Christine Adderley-Smith: 601-2891 or Miss Darlene Thompson: 425-6023.

    We have been kindly requested not to bring any pets to the beach.






Congratulations offered to Mrs. Betty Taylor-Sands on the publication "Hold on to Life and Love", an inspirational book of Reflections, Thoughts, Life Lessons, Tips for Determination & Success and Aphorisms for various occasions. A native of Rock Sound, Eleuthera, Mrs. Taylor-Sands is the CEO of her establishment, "Executives" located at Sandyport, Nassau. A proud mother and grandmother, she is a veteran journalist, entrepreneur and motivator whose "Quote of the Week" is regularly featured in the Tribune. The book will soon be available at local bookstores at a price of $20.









Please read the article from the desk of the clergy of our Parish. It was written by Steve Goodier. It is entitled "The Glory of Solitude" Click the link below.






Congratulations are extended to Mrs. LaGloria Davis from her children, Patrick, Kenyetta and Zelpha, daughter-in-law Jill and grandchildren Lynsey and Gyles on being elected as Grand Worthy Matron of the Prince Hall Grand Chapter, O.E.S. (Order of Eastern Stars) P.H.A.





We have a monthly broadcast of our 9:00 a.m. service on the local station, STAR 106.5 FM. Our services will be broadcast on the fourth Sunday of each month. People or cell groups, looking to sponsor the broadcast ($450.00 per month) are asked to speak to Mrs. Tanya Hunt-Major, Parish Administrator. Parishioners are urged to tune in and advise family, friends and members of our sick or shut-in community to do the same.





PARENTS ARE ASKED TO PLEASE CALL THE PARISH OFFICE BETWEEN 8 AM AND 4 PM TO VERIFY THE MEETING ON WEDNESDAYS.
The Scout Troop and Cubs Pack Leaders are urging members to encourage boys between the ages of 6-11 (Cubs) and 11-18 (Scouts) to become involved as there are many opportunities for international Scouting experiences. Interested persons are asked to contact the Leaders Lamar Pinder (Scouts), Coolidge Cartwright and Timothy Cartwright (Cubs) by calling the Parish Office.





Condolences are extended to Mrs. Rosalie Major on the death of her husband Mr. Basil Major. Condolences are also extended to his children Sean, Marvin, Marsha, Scieska and Deandra.





Congratulations are extended to Mrs. LaGloria Davis from her children, Patrick, Kenyetta and Zelpha, daughter-in-law Jill and grandchildren Lynsey and Gyles on being elected as Grand Worthy Matron of the Prince Hall Grand Chapter, O.E.S. (Order of Eastern Stars) P.H.A.