At Christ Episcopal Church we believe God calls everyone into relationship. All are welcome here, so come as you are. Through God’s presence in the bread and wine of communion, in the Bible and the richness of our tradition, and through God’s presence in each other, we seek transformation. In turn, we go into the world to transform it by loving our neighbors, feeding those who hunger and advocating for justice. We warmly invite you to join us for worship at Christ Church.
8:00 am Holy Eucharist (Spoken)
10:15 am Holy Eucharist (With choir and hymns)
Childcare available 10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Starting this Sunday, you can find our Lenten Devotionals for Families at Coffee Hour -They include small devotional readings for your families and a variety of activities to do at home that engage the Lenten season. These booklets will be available from now through Palm Sunday. Make sure to pick one up!
Ash Wednesday Services - Noon and 7:00 PM on Wednesday, March 1 - Join us for a quiet, contemplative service on Ash Wednesday that is accessible to all ages.
Lenten Lecto Divina Sundays at 9:15 am in the Study - Looking for a way to deepen your faith during Lent? Adult Spiritual Formation will offer a weekly Lenten practice beginning March 5 th at 9:15. Join us in the study throughout Lent as we meditate on the seven last words of Jesus on the cross . We will be joining "Pray As You Go" for their yearly online retreat.
L(am)ENT 2017 - Stillness Before Action, with a soundtrack by Paul Simon: March 9, 16, 23, 30, at 6:00 pm in the Church - Join us throughout Lent for a quiet, midweek communion service as we explore the stories, emotions, candle light and stillness of Lent. During Lent we quiet our hearts and reach inwards to find a spark of the divine. From this stillness we act.
The Book of Job: Scripture Workshop: March 9,16, 23, 30 at 7:00 pm in Room 210 - Following the Lenten service we'll cheer ourselves up by exploring the Book of Job. For centuries the Book of Job has beguiled biblical scholars. Job asks us about the cause of suffering, the breath of God's love and the challenge of questions we can't answer very well. If you think you understand the Book of Job, you've misunderstood the Book of Job