The Musicmakers choir will hold their weekly rehearsal in the Sanctuary from 7:00-8:30 PM each Tuesday evening. If you would like to join the choir, please drop by during rehearsal, or speak to our Music Director, Kathy Mordeaux, on Sunday mornings.
Join us online and in-person as we worship together on Wednesday mornings at 8:00 AM in the Chapel! For more information on how to join us online via Zoom, please see our Online Church page.
Join us each Wednesday evening in Lent for our Soup, Salad, and Study in the Gathering Place! We will gather each Wednesday in Lent (now through March 29th) at 5:30 PM for Eucharist, followed by a soup and salad dinner starting at about 6:00 PM.
Our program this year will be “Vanishing Grace, Whatever Happened to The Good News?”. This is a video series by Philip Yancey and will include lots of discussion and reflection. For those wanting to go deeper, the book “Vanishing Grace” is available online and at local bookstores. Our study time will be followed by Compline at about 8:30 PM. Join us in the GAP for a wonderful time of fellowship, fun, and reflection. If you would like to volunteer to provide food on any of the study nights, please use the provided link to sign up! https://christsepiscopalchurch.org/soupsaladstudy
All are invited to join the Altar Guild on Saturday, April 1st, to begin preparing for the coming Easter season. We will meet in the Gathering Place at 9:30 AM, where our Altar Guild members instruct volunteers on making palm crosses that will be distributed during our Palm Sunday services! This activity usually takes a couple of hours, but volunteers can come and go as their schedules allow. Everyone has always had a fun time in the process of learning, or re-learning, how to make the crosses. No experience required, and all are welcome to join us!
You’re invited to join lively conversations relating to soul work, spirituality, and the journey toward wisdom on the 1st and 3rd Saturdays each month, at 10 AM in the Undercroft. The Soul, Spirit, Wisdom Colloquium held its first meeting March 4. Bob Neuwoehner, PhD — a scholar, author and Christ’s Church member with expertise in biblical interpretation, depth psychology, spiritual traditions, and religious studies — facilitates the semi-formal discussions, offering a different topic for each gathering. When you bring your curiosity, your life experience, your questions, and your sense of wonder to the table, you’ll spend a pleasant hour or so engaging with a small group of fellow seekers, sharing, learning, and growing together. There’s no need to sign up, just drop in whenever (and as often as) you can. Free-will offerings will be appreciated.