Service Times

Sunday
10am Holy Eucharist

Wednesday
5:45pm Celtic Evening Prayer

6:15 Catered Supper
6:45 Program

Worship

Throughout scripture, we are called to worship God. We worship God in several ways in the Episcopal Church depending on the season of the church year, or whether it is the principle service on Sunday or a weekday service of another kind. We celebrate the Holy Eucharist every Sunday, and during the week, you may find us in a service of Evening Prayer or Compline. We welcome you to join us any time, as we worship God through our Lord Jesus Christ, together.

Make a joyful noise to the Lord, all the earth. Worship the Lord with gladness; come into his presence with singing . . . Enter his gates with thanksgiving, and his courts with praise. Give thanks to him; bless his name. Psalm 100: 1-2, 4

Services

Sunday

Join us each Sunday at 10am for Rite II Holy Eucharist using the 1979 Book of Common Prayer and the Episcopal Hymnal. This liturgy uses traditional hymns and occasional songs of praise. During the seasons of Lent and Advent, Rite I Holy Eucharist may be used.

Last Sunday Of Each Month

Compline is a service of readings and prayers, led by lay people or clergy. It is one of the most ancient Anglican forms of worship and was the final service of the day in monastic life.  We gather in the church for this short service.

Wednesday

Currently on Wednesdays, we gather for Celtic Evening Prayer with prayers for healing. Come experience this calming service of scripture, prayer, and music in the intimacy of the Parish Hall. (Begins Sept. 12th) Stay for supper as a community. A short program will follow.

5:45pm – Celtic Evening Prayer with healing & music in the Parish Hall

6:15pm – Catered supper in the Connector

6:45pm – Program

Christian Education

Children

We aim to include children in as many aspects of the life of the Church as possible. Christian Formation is the cornerstone of this joyful effort to know, love, and serve God.

Our nursery is open every Sunday at 9:45 for children ages 0-5.

On 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Sundays of the month:

K-5th graders attend Sunday School after the service and 6th-12th graders participate in youth group after the service.

Children’s Church each week in worship during the sermon

We welcome children 2nd grade and up to train and serve as acolytes

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Adults

Adult Christian Formation meets after the service. Clergy or lay-led, our education program offers meaningful discussion of Scripture’s application to our daily lives in the Episcopal tradition of inquiry.

2:42 Group:
These small groups promote strong fellowship, challenging discussion, and spiritual growth, as illustrated by the apostles in Acts 2:42.

Wednesday Night Program:
We renew our commitment to Christ midway through the week with worship, music, a shared meal, and focused discussion.

5:45 pm – Celtic Evening Prayer with healing & music in the Parish Hall.
6:15 pm – Catered supper in the Parish Hall.
6:45 pm – Exploration: we will delve into one of the readings from The Daily Office with a group discussion of the application of Scripture to our daily lives.

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Sermons

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December 1, 2019

The Reverend Deborah Apoldo

November 24, 2019

The Reverend Deborah Apoldo

November 17, 2019

The Reverend Deborah Apoldo

November 10, 2019

The Reverend Deborah Apoldo

November 3, 2019

The Reverend Deborah Apoldo

October 27, 2019

The Reverend Deborah Apoldo

Worship Ministry Chair

Acolytes
Lex Hray (acolytes@stchrisonline.org)

Altar Guild
Vickie Witteveen (altar.guild@stchrisonline.org)

Choir
Anne Denbow (adenbow@stchrisonline.org)

Eucharistic Minister
Lex Hray (eucharistic.minister@stchrisonline.org)

Eucharistic Visitor
Rev’d Deborah Apoldo (d.apoldo@stchrisonline.org)

Flower Guild
Karen Barnes (flower.guild@stchrisonline.org)

Greeters
Martha Clark (greeters@stchrisonline.org)

Worship Leader
Anne Denbow (adenbow@stchrisonline.org)

Sound
Bill Canny (sound@stchrisonline.org)

Ushers
Paul Halphen (ushers@stchrisonline.org)

Vergers
Lex Hray (vergers@stchrisonline.org)

For more information on these roles in the church: