End of Holy Week 2015

Maundy Thursday, April 2nd    Dinner at 5:30 pm, Service at 7:00 pm

Join us for a simple supper, after which we’ll move to the sanctuary for the Maundy Thursday worship service that commemorates the Last Supper followed by the stripping of the Altar.

Good Friday, April 3              12:00 pm and 5:30 pm

Solemn services of lessons, a reading from the Passion of  according to the Gospel of John, sermon, prayers and special music.

 

Holy Week 2015

Palm Sunday, March 29th      8:00 am and 10:00 am   Triumphant liturgy of the Palms and sorrowful reading of the Passion Gospel to mark the beginning of Holy Week.

Services of Holy Communion will be offered:

             Holy Monday, March 30th   12:00 pm

             Holy Tuesday, March 31st    12:00 pm

             Holy Wednesday, April 1st   9:15 am

 

Welcoming all

We are a sociable, involved parish that loves spending time together.   

Our mission is to bring all people to unity with God and one another in Christ by prayer, worship, fellowship, proclamation of the Good News, and promotion of justice, peace and love.

Our Sunday Mornings

Join us for worship at 8 am and 10 am every Sunday. Children of all ages are welcome at Sunday School, and childcare is available during the 10 am service. Visitors, newcomers, and seekers are always welcome.

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Children & Youth

Children and youth are an integral part of the Christ Church community. God is at work in new and surprising ways in our lives, no matter our age. We have many programs for kids, but we also strive to incorporate young people into worship and to build them up as Christian leaders.

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Our Work in the World

Serving others - being Christ’s heart and hands in the world - is fundamental to our identity as Christians. Therefore, we at Christ Church actively serve Christ by giving our time, talents and financial support to those in need.

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Who We Are

We aim to connect to God, to one another, and to our own best selves through a stimulating blend of open and lively theological discussion and traditional worship.

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