The Christ Church Cathedral, located in St. Louis Missouri, is the third church building that this Episcopal congregation has worshiped in. The church was organized in 1819, being the first Episcopal church west of the Mississippi River. Construction on the currant Cathedral began in 1859, but was halted due to the Civil War. It was eventually completed after the Civil War in 1867. The narthex and bell tower were added in 1904. The architectural style is fourteenth century English Gothic and designed by the architect Leopold Eidlitz of New York. Christ Church Cathedral is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is designated as a National Historic Landmark as well as a St Louis Landmark.
The Christ Church Cathedral holds two Sunday morning services, each with its own style of worship and teaching, and several services throughout the week. There are also adult education classes and childcare available on Sunday. See website for current information.
Christ Church Cathedral
1210 Locust St
St. Louis, MO 63103