The History – 1800s To Present Day
In 1841, a fifth building was opened for services, and was extended to the east in 1861 to include the area that is now the present sanctuary. It was also in 1861 that Christ Church Parish Church became a Cathedral—and Nassau officially became a city—with Christ Church Cathedral undergoing a number of renovations throughout the 1900s. This now historic landmark remains in use to this day at its present location on George Street in downtown Nassau.
As an Anglican/Episcopal Church, Christ Church Cathedral has daily services Sunday through Friday, offering morning and evening prayers, a midday service, and Holy Communion every day. If you are visiting this historic landmark, or are looking for somewhere to worship, the clergy of Christ Church Cathedral invites to you to “please come and experience God in an uplifting way with us.”