We are excited to offer a variety of small groups this year. Many will look familiar and are just under a new umbrella of our learning and life mission. We are also offering new groups, including six Cathedral 201 groups! Our community is transforming from a place of attenders to a place of authentic believers on mission!

For additional information about Groups at Christ Church, contact Minister of Christian Formation, Dr. Elizabeth Conrad at 859-254-4497 or

While great care and support of one another is done within our small groups, we also offer prayer and pastoral care to those in need. Please contact the church office to be added to our prayer list, or pray with a prayer minister during communion on Sundays. If you have an emergency after our regular hours, please call 859-699-2305. Leave a message and a priest will return your call.

Cathedral 101

Sundays, 10:00-10:50am in the Dean’s Conference Room, 3rd Floor

Cathedral 101 is designed to be a safe authentic connection for people to have a conversation about faith. It’s not a Bible study, and it’s not a LifeGroup. It is a conversation that will help somebody, as they are on their faith journey, know God is for them and so is this church. Questions? Ask the Reverend Brent Owens or 859-254-4497.

Brotherhood of St. Andrew

2nd Saturday of the month, 10:00am at the OEBG Cottage

The Brotherhood of Saint Andrew is a men’s organization of the Episcopal Church founded in 1883 for the purpose of prayer, study and service.  We welcome and encourage all interested men in the parish to join us.  Contact Guy Ellis at 859-333-4138 or

Centering Prayer

Wednesdays, 5:00-6:00pm in the Tilford Room

Centering Prayer is a way of cultivating a deeper relationship with God.  It is a time of resting in God beyond thoughts, words, and emotions.  We will begin the year by studying Thomas Keating’s Reawakenings.  You can find copies of this book in Christ Church bookstore.  We spend the first part of our time together discussing what we have read and end our time in prayer.  If you have questions please contact


1st Friday of the month, 7:00pm in the Great Hall

This fellowship potluck meal and program is for adult parishioners and their guests.  Please check the Sunday Times and Cathedral Reminders, or contact Loys or Sonja Mather at 859-299-8569 or for the most up-to-date details.

Companions in Christ

Wednesdays, 9:30-11:30am in the Small Dining Room

We will finish our Bishop Jeffrey Lee’s book about the Prayer Book, then we will discuss as a group what to study next. Questions? Contact Lynne Slone, 859-494-5167 or

Daughters of the King (DOK)

3rd Sunday of the month, 10:00-10:50am on the 3rd Floor

3rd Wednesday of the month, following the 12:05pm Healing Service in the Tilford Room

The Order of the Daughters of the King is a group of women and girls who devote themselves to prayer and service.  Prayer is their foundation and includes individual, church, group, community, and world concerns. Outreach services and clergy support are also a focus. As the Daughters seek and serve Christ, they help many and establish a warm friendship with one another.   For additional information, contact Windy Roscoe at 812-459-0273 or

A discernment group is now forming! Contact Windy Roscoe to sign up.

Dream Group

Thursdays, 6:30-8:30pm on the 3rd Floor
Mondays, Noon-2:00pm in the Tilford Room

Dream work in a group offers a unique opportunity for spiritual growth in a safe, sacred setting.  As Charles Van De Castle states in his book Our Dreaming Mind, “We individually and collectively need dreams now, more than ever, if we are to cope successfully with the many complicated problems facing us in the twenty-first century.” The Thursday group will study The Wisdom of Your Dreams by Jeremy Taylor. The Monday group will study Dreams: God’s Forgotten Language by John Sanford. Books will be available in the Bookstore. Contact Elizabeth Conrad, or Judith Stump,

Episcopal Church Women

2nd Tuesday of the month, 11:00am-12:30pm in the Great Hall

The ECW empowers women to carry out Christ’s work throughout the world. This amazing group of women gathers monthly for a speaker followed by a luncheon. All are welcome! For more details see the ECW brochure or contact Paige Kikuchi at 859-221-2843 or

Education for Ministry

CLOSED. New groups will form in Fall 2020.

Wednesdays, 9:30am-Noon in the Tilford Room
Thursdays 9:30am-Noon OR 6:00-8:30pm in the Tilford Room

EFM is a program designed to equip the laity for ministry in their daily life. EFM provides a comprehensive, experiential education in the foundations and messages of our Christian faith. Contact,, or

Prayer Shawl Knitters

1st Wednesday of the month, 12:05-2:30pm in the Tilford Room

Knitters provide shawls knitted with prayer for our Cathedral members who are shut in or having surgery or a new baby. Led by the Daughters of the King, we knit at home individually, but come together once a month to knit, pray, and study. We attend the 12:05pm Healing Service followed by our meeting. Contact Flo Mayer at 299-5552 for more information.

Women’s Bible Study

3rd & 4th Tuesdays of the month, 11:00am-Noon in the Small Dining Room

We will be studying the Gospel of Mark using the book Mark by N.T. Wright. The class will last one hour and is open to all women in the church. (Men are also invited). Please contact Missy Baize at 502-863-1785 or for additional information.


Tuesdays, 5:00-6:30pm in the Great Hall.

$10/class or $96/12 classes

This is a great opportunity for people new to yoga as well as those who have more experience. Our instructor, Charlie Glenn, generally leads a Hatha Flow style class which concentrates on breath and movement to help bring peace.

Christ Church Cathedral | 166 Market Street | Lexington, KY  40507
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