Welcome, blessings to you. We are glad you are here.

We are Christ Church Cathedral, the Cathedral for the Episcopal Diocese of Western Massachusetts. Our diverse community gathers regularly, worships in English and Spanish, meets for fellowship and growth in the love of Jesus Christ, and works to serve the community and the world around us.

You are invited to participate by coming on Sunday, joining online, or connecting with us during the week. We are open for all people and eager to be with you.

Capital Campaign

For information about our Capital Campaign click here.

Sunday Worship Times

8:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist
10:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist
12:15 p.m. Misa En Español

Virtual Worship with the Cathedral

Join us for Sunday worship on Facebook live (Click here) and our YouTube channel (Click here).
Click on photo of the Prayer Books for our current Worship Bulletin.





Staying Connected @ Christ Church Cathedral

We strive to stay connected to God, to our Neighbors, and to the spiritual presence of Christ within ourselves.  Please contact us to talk, pray, visit safely, come to the Cathedral to pray. Our clergy would love to connect.

Join Sunday Services (Facebook Live) (Youtube)
Happening live and virtually

8:00 Morning Service (outside if weather permits)
10:00 English Service of the Holy Eucharist
12:15 Misa en Español de la Santa Eucaristía
Click here for the current Worship Bulletin.

 Pray at Noon  (Facebook Live)
Monday-Friday 12:00 p.m.
Following the Noonday Prayer service in the Book of Common Prayer.

Study the Bible and check in – beginners welcome
Sunday Morning 9:00-9:45 (Zoom Link)
Wednesday Morning 8am-9am (Zoom Link)
Saturday lectio divina reflection. 5:00-5:40 p.m (Zoom Link)

Centering Prayer – beginners welcome. Register first.
Saturday 10:30-11:30 a.m. (Zoom Link)
Lani Bortfeld

Book Club (Zoom Link)
Periodically on Mondays 7pm-8pm
Contact Laura Manship for password and schedule
(laurafmanship@gmail or 413.275.4587).



Cathedral Schedule - thru October 3, 2021

8:00am – 9:00am - Morning Service – Outdoor Worship Service (weather permitting)
10am – 11am Holy Communion – In-Person and Virtual via FB Live
12:15pm – 1:15pm Santa Eucharistia –Virtual via FB Live

12pm - Noonday Prayer – FB Live DeVine and Bauman
7pm – 8pm – Book Club Meeting via Zoom

12pm - Noonday Prayer – FB Live

8am – 9am Bible Study – Mike DeVine/Mark Betsher Zoom
10am – 6pm – Loaves & Fishes– Cathedral Side Parking Lot
12pm - Noonday Prayer – FB Live
6:30pm - 7:30pm – Estudio Biblico Salas de Facebook

12pm - Noonday Prayer – FB Live- Howard

12pm - Noonday Prayer – FB Live- Howard

10:30am – 11:30am Centering Prayer – Lani B./Stewart Zoom
5pm – 6pm Bible Study – Betsher Zoom

8:00am – 9:00am - Morning Service – Outdoor Worship Service (weather permitting)
10am – 11am Holy Communion – In-Person and Virtual via FB Live
12:15pm – 1:15pm Santa Eucharistia –Virtual via FB Live

Long Range Financial Planning

Hello friends,

A team of 17 of us have been meeting since December to review the finances of the Cathedral and make some projections out for the next 10 years so we can remain in good financial health into the future. We want to be PROACTIVE, rather than REACTIVE, about our finances and make sure it links with our ministry.

Tom and I will be talking about this a little bit during the service on Sunday, but if you want to read the whole report it is enclosed for your perusal. We are happy to answer any questions about it, and let us know if you want to be involved in future discussions as we'll have a once a year review starting next February.

God bless you all, and a special thanks to the others who were part of the team:

Tom Callard; Craig Cox; Sergio D’Orsini; Ed Farrell; Carin Foisie; Tom Haller; Stephen Jablonski; Lee Kirk; Laura Failla Manship, Joel Martinez; Sinda Mohamed; Peter Pappas; Mike Stevens; Kent Tarrant; Evelyn Velez Vargas; and Anne Westcott.

-Donna Barten, Senior Warden

Click here to view the Long Range Financial Plan.

Fighting Food Scarcity

Siblings in Christ, the situation given COVID-19, continues to develop, and we are aware food insecurity is affecting people. Many are concerned with how to feed their families and themselves. - Read more

Creation | Creación

Reduce—and reverse—Climate Change? Yes. We can do this.

Ministry of Grace

Some of the areas where we have found grace in our lives.
Click here for video.