Photos of Tanzania school where Holy Cross parishioners provided training on a mission trip

In-Person Worship Canceled Oct. 25

Due to rain, we will not hold our Morning Prayer service on the front lawn on Sunday, October 25. Join us online on Facebook Live for worship at 9:00 a.m. You can find the service on the Holy Cross Facebook page at www.facebook.com/HlyCrssDL.    

Vestry Statement on Racial Justice

Over the past months, the Vestry has discussed how we ought to respond—even and especially in transition and pandemic—to the recent tragic deaths, violence, and ongoing struggles for equality in our nation. The following statement was drafted, discussed, revised, and adopted.

Haunted Holy Cross

Join us for ghoulishly good fun on Friday, October 30 as we hold our pandemic alternative to Trunk or Treat. Come in costume and enjoy crafts and games, snap a spooky family picture in our photo booth, and walk through the candy graveyard to collect treats—if you dare! All activities will take...

Holy Cross Welcomes the Rev. Kelly Moughty

We are excited to announce that the Rev. Kelly Moughty has accepted the call to be Priest-in-Charge at Holy Cross. Kelly currently serves as Associate Rector at The Falls Church. In order for Kelly to have a smooth transition out of The Falls Church and some personal time before the new call, her first day […]

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In the HBO television series Game of Thrones, Tyrion Lannister and his mercenary bodyguard Bronn are walking through the streets of the capital. They happen upon a street preacher of sorts, who condemns the king and royal family, Tyrion’s family, in a fiery rant. “It’s hard to argue with his...

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September 13 – Symbols

A young man was having enormous trouble in school, particularly in mathematics. His parents decided to enroll him at their local private Catholic school thinking that he would benefit from in person studies, as the parochial school had promised that they would be meeting in person while the County schools...

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