Thanks for visiting us. We gladly invite you to look around and discover a little about who we are, what we believe and how we live out our faith. We are a diverse congregation from a variety of religious backgrounds, life experiences, political viewpoints, and economic circumstances. We are young and young at heart. We have a wide variety of gifts to share. We seek and serve Christ in all people. We believe all can gather at God's table and be nourished. At Christ Episcopal Church there is a place for you at God's table.
Scheduled supply priests:
- Sunday, 08/14/2016 - The Reverend George Glazier
- Sunday, 08/21/2016 - The Reverend Jennifer Oldstone-Moore
- Sunday, 08/28/2016 - The Reverend Jennifer Oldstone-Moore
Each Friday in August is Christ Church's turn in assisting St. John's Lutheran Church with the Rainbow Table. The first shift prepares the meal and sets up from 9:00 AM until 11:00 AM. The second shift comes in at 11:30 AM to serve and clean up, finishing at 1:30 PM. You may help at just on session or as many as you are able. Thank you!
During these busy summer months, please remember to check your ministry schedules, and if you are unable to serve, please find a substitute and inform Kelly of the change. It takes all ministers working together to coordinate our worship each Sunday! Thank you!
Read All About Us! The August 2016 issue of The Clarion, our award winning monthly newsletter, is available for download. The August 2016 events calendar and schedule of ministers can be found on the Newsletter page. Click here or use the navigation link above.
We look forward to seeing you this Sunday!
Food Pantry Needs
The new, ongoing, Food Pantry item of the month is toilet paper. This household necessity cannot be bought with SNAP cards (food stamps) and is greatly appreciated by our food pantry clients. Baskets are available in the High Street entrance and at the just outside the elevator on the worship level of the East entrance.
The Food Pantry is 100% funded through donations, so your contributions really do matter.
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