Christ Episcopal Church (CEC) has several options for groups of many sizes.
For long-term renters such as a pre-school or a church congregation, please include a cover letter which describes their mission, non-profit status, desire for use of the space, timing & size along with your completed application paperwork (see below to download). Once approved, a Diocesan approved rental agreement will be executed.
Groups that use any CEC facilities must be not-for-profit religious, hospital, community service, parish related, or charitable. Other organizations and individuals may rent the facilities for non-revenue generating events on a case-by-case basis. CEC reserves the right to decline rental for any reason. Reservations are firm when the deposit and all paperwork is received.
Reservation may be made up to 3 months in advance. Reservations made more than 3 months in advance will be tentative, and can be bumped for Christ Church use. A full refund of your deposit will be made if your event is bumped.
An appointment is required to view our facilities. Please contact our Parish Administrator to set up an appointment.
After your appointment you will be directed to fill out an application for use of church facilities by following the link below.
We are happy that you wish to be married in the sanctuary of Christ Church. Please see the Wedding Planning Guide below for instructions, forms, fees and a sample Certificate of Insurance. Proof of insurance must be received by the church office no later than one week prior to the rehearsal.
To schedule a wedding at Christ Episcopal Church, please email the Wedding Secretary, Claudia Woo.
The death of a loved one brings profound sorrow. This sorrow affects our bodies, minds, and lives. Because grief can be confusing and painful, we sometimes find ourselves not knowing what to do next or where to turn for assistance. The document linked below has been designed to help you through this difficult time.
To receive support or to schedule a memorial service at Christ Episcopal Church, please contact the Rev. Stephen McHale.